Btw, can't expressed how impressed i am w/ Stone tonight. Defensively, by far he's the best out of all the Raps PG's. Offensively, he makes better/quick decision with the ball unlike Buycks. With Buycks, the ball just dies on his hands more often than not. That's why you see him takes a lot of late seconds shot.
Stone's greatest weakness obviously is his shooting. That's one area he needs to improve on the most.
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I caught the last 4 minutes of the game... crap.
I like his defence mind, but he needs to get stronger overall. Maybe he's not in great shape now ( as he had some kind medical problems just couple months back ) but if he can't get stronger overall he'll tear his both acls and break his hand after dunk. ( that would be sad but in the same time hilarious! ).
Anyway, squats will help him to get stronger overall, jump higher and run faster. We'll see him dunking someday, I hope guys are going to tease Stone for this fail!
while whole team nearly 20+ TOs p/g
Let's not forget that most of the teams keeping starters fresh for the start, there are no vets and great players on the floor for more than 25+ mins, and yet, we are the only team who makes so many turnovers.
If Ross does the same performance or about there for the next 2-3 games, then I might change my opinion of him.
He needs to play consistently pretty much every game in order to change my mind. He's got talent and if he continues to rely only on talent we'll never see consistent T Ross in this league.
I never saw last nights game but just saw the highlights lol that Stone dunk attempt was embarrassing.
from the highlights it really didn't look like ross was doing anything besides being the recipient of good passes. a bunch of 'exciting' dunks = zzzzzzzzzzz. 1/5 from downtown = zzzzzzzzzzz. overall just get rid of him already ugh.
He was a decent shooter in college, not a great one. About 35% over the two years he was at Washington.
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