Power positions; i.e. #4 and #5?
Wing positons; i.e. #2 and #3?
Main ballhandler and distrutor; i.e. #1
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Quote from well known personality who led their high school team to a state championship.“As a captain, I played furiously. I drew a lot of fouls, but I brought everything I had to every practice and to every game. I left everything on the court because I simply wanted the team to win”
Peja had been playing on the sizzling Hornets prior to coming here and he's only played a total of 22 minute in Toronto. The only game he played considerable minutes they lost by 9.
We need an upgrade at every position. No one's an all-star. No one has taken this team by it's horns. That's why you take the best player, regardless of position.
I was lovin on Terrence Jones and then read on ESPN how he's selfish on O, lazy on D and is tuning out the coaches at UK.
I like Mike Brown. He's a good coach. There are a lot of good coaches out there. Brown, Lawrence Frank, Van Gundy. However, right now, we need a coach who's not only a good teacher, but one who's also patient and will help in gaining the maximum from our young talent. You need someone who can relate to our guys. If McMillan gets the boot in Portland, I'd look to bring him in. I think Terry Porter would be good too. Or even Alex English.
Mike Brown is beyond good.
62% winrate with the spurs as assistant coach, then the FIRST YEAR with cavs, brings them to playoffs for the first time since drafting lebron (or even boozer), and has brought them to playoffs each consecutive year. Not many coaches can even begin to brag like that.
Triano has this ragtag ensemble of scrubs performing beyond expectations. Even Mike Brown wouldn't be able to do much more than Triano.
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