Demar + good handles + better D =
RR Legacy League
PG: Isiah Thomas 84/85: 21.2 PPG 4.5 RPG 13.9 APG 2.3 SPG .458 FG% 22.2 PER 1st team All-NBA
SF: Dominique Wilkins 85/86: 30.3 PPG 7.8 RPG 2.6 APG 1.8 SPG .468 FG% 24.3 PER 1st team All-NBA NBA Scoring Champion
PF: Tim Duncan 02/03: 23.3 PPG 12.9 RPG 3.9 APG 2.9 BPG .513 FG% 26.9 PER 1st team All-NBA 1st team All-Defence
I'm excited to see him try out all his new moves when the team plays in Montreal!
You come at the King, you best not miss.
It's getting harder and harder for you guys to hate on Dd.
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You do not trade this kind of player unless you are SURE you're getting something better.
I don't really care what anyone says, it's rare to get a guy who's humble, team-first, extremely good and always willing to work on his game. The intangibles really do matter.
Anything that makes it easier for DeMar to get to the rim is a plus, because once he gets there it's 2 points, free throws or both.
This is pretty cool. What I love about this is that its only June 9th. The season isn't even over yet and he's working on his game to improve for next season.
This is why I hate Casey. Most coachable player can't play team defense. Same with Ross and JV. Basically best team defenders are guys never coached by Casey.
Secondly, Lowry and Amir were both part of last year's much worse defensive team. So who got better defensively, and how did they manage that? Teach themselves? Ignore what Casey was saying because they thought it was stupid and do their own thing that worked?
DeMar lacks defensive awareness, the stuff that can be coached: positioning, movement, etc. are actually quite good.
EDIT: And if we did, then Casey is a defensive mastermind. In which case you really shouldn't be disrespecting him at all.
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