Duhon is a very slow PG...needs to be limited in minutes.
He isn't FAST with the basketball at all, or quick or deceiving with changing speeds.
This is a big concern because there is no flow with quick and agile athletes like Lee, Chandler, Robinson and Marbury.
I can't wait till Gallinari comes back. Gallinari is the point forward we NEED in this offense, especially in the half court.
-Look at how effective Boris Diaw was in Phoneix's offense. He actually ran the offense from center similar to Sabonis, Divas and Piculin Ortiz...same famous passing centers.
Gallinari is Boris Diaw with range and ability to score and get a lot of steals. He's an average rebounder like Diaw with great court awareness and has excellent cohesion with whoever he plays. Gallinari also has that killer instinct to take over and knows when his scoring is needed. Very unselfish player at the same time.
I guess you could compare Gallinari to Hedo Turk, 6"10 SF that can rebound at an average rate while average 4 assist and 20 PPG off of penetration and long range jump shots. Thats perfect for this offense.
Duhon looks limited in setting up the offense, Marbury is more efficient with his penetration alone.
Penetration is HUGE, look at what Steve Nash penetration did for Phoneix, Nash always kept his dribble and created.
Duhon doesn't have the handles and isn't skilled to keep his dribble and try to create, he's just a spot up shooter on offense, who isn't even that good of a shooter. His passing and creating is really average for a PG of today's time.
Doo Doo would be good off the bench as a defensive stopper...but we already had that with Mardy Collins.
I honestly still see Duhon as a waste of a signing because he will not be apart of the future...
Anyway, anyone in favor of Marbury starting at PG over Duhon...put my sig in your sig...begin a movement.
But for now...
Which isn't bad because, I see all guys on that line up average 15 + points in this offense.