Salmons is actually the one that gets us that random spark when we need it
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I would say at least on back-to-backs....but I would also play them with an equal leash. If Salmons sucks on a "fresh" night, put in Fields. If Salmons shot isn't falling (which is a lot recently), Fields is a better option. At the very least he's about equal to Johnny boy in every facet, except more athletic and probably a bit bigger. So yeah, Fields needs more opportunity given Salmons stinks more than a sewage treatment plant these days.
Fields will play out this contract, whether it's in Toronto or through a trade, and then someone like the newly Jackson-managed Knicks will jump on him at a minimum value deal. He'd fit great in a triangle O (if they run it), especially if he can fix his shot even a little bit.
Higgdale nailed it.
I would have liked his first post in this thread a dozen times if the capability to like it that much was available. Nothing else needs to be said, other than what is in that post.
I would rather a guy not shoot at all over shooting 6 times and having the other team get the ball five times on misses, which they then turn around and get baskets on. Fields doesn't generate misses, because at this point he only shoots layups, little 4-5 foot floaters and dunks. On the flip side he defends like a demon. The Raps could have used that over the last few games.
does anyone still want Salmons over Fields? instant classic v OKC ruined by that fool
I think this settles it, at least for the immediate future: anybody over Salmons.
I wonder who is that one person who voted no? John salmons probably made an account so he could vote for himself
"Because there are no fours."
-- NBA long-range gunner Antoine Walker when asked why he shoots so many threes
Salmons is finished
I been singing and rapping I make a killin' in both If i had to choose a Jackson man I'm feelin' like Bo ~ king drizzy
Honestly I don't even blame Salmons that much. He was brought in cold after what must have been forty minutes of real time given that he last played at the nine minute mark of the fourth.
What I'm more concerned about was how we let an eight point lead slip away with forty three seconds left. That is just... bad.
Fields would have tried to pass the ball if it was him that stepped up to shoot those free throws. Both he and Salmons can go, but I still take Salmons over Fields still.
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