He meant that you said "you complain about the same issues". I was gonna point it out but I wasn't entirely sure
I do agree I over-exaggerated the fact that the Rockets have less talent than the Raptors, being they were 9th in a tough conference, but without Lowry on that team in the beginning of the season, I just don't see the same success they would've had.
Lowry is a top-10 point guard, and he is an upgrade towards Jose at the position. If he really IS our best player, I'm not to worried because he can play and compete individually with the best. With our additions of talent in Ross, Fields, Valanciunas + Lowry, I automatically can say we will be a better team than Houston was this past season.
My original argument was I stated something that I've read, that Lowry 'POSSIBLY' is our best player, and that with him as our best player isn't something we should worry about. The guy can play, and he's most definitely a player who can be an all-star in this league.
Very good team ... is a vague classification, a general assumption that is left for interpretation. But I would suggest that there would only be 5 very good teams in the NBA. (ie: Carmelo Anthony was the Knicks' best player = they were not a very good team) meanwhile, (Roy Hibbert was Indiana's best player & they would have had a stronger bid for being considered a very good team)
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