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    the players that barely see court time never helped us get the lead

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    It was one of the worst teams in the league without 3 starters (Magette, White, Augustin).

    Don't celebrate too much, Miami and every half decent team will still blow us out!

    Chandler is pretty good though at what he does, but that's no secret. In terms of value to the team he might be our best guy and most important guy.

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    Originally Posted by Toons
    we won the game in the 3rd. why would you u say fire him after a game like this? fields played well 18, 4-5 2steals 2 blocks. to me, fields is the key to our winning....he gets so many open corner 3's and jumpers from the doubles on amare and melo. we need games like this to make defences PAY for cheating and doubling even tripling our stars. with amare and melo on the floor, we NEED novak/fields or another lights out shooter to make teams pay. i love how baron is running the point....NO one is gonna leave b diddy open....he already has respect around this league
    What is this word "need" you been using? I don't like that word.

    They need to hit shots sure... that's obvious. No more we need (insert player here).
    It starts with our bigs, our strength, playing inside out.
    Fields and co. will have plenty of open opportunities once the D collapses.

    This is the best strategy and should be done by design.

    Don't let me see the undisciplined chuck approach again.

    Feature our bigs, our stars, our strengths, and we win or at least compete.

    We don't "need" anyone. We have plenty. If we need anything else, it'll be a new coach.

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    Originally Posted by Sprewell-Houston
    It was one of the worst teams in the league without 3 starters (Magette, White, Augustin).

    Don't celebrate too much, Miami and every half decent team will still blow us out!

    Chandler is pretty good though at what he does, but that's no secret. In terms of value to the team he might be our best guy and most important guy.
    Oh no question. He's definitely my MVP.

    F*cking god send. Billups for TC anyday considering what we were trying to do years past playing small ball.

    Thank god, helluva pick up.

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    Originally Posted by Red
    What is this word "need" you been using? I don't like that word.

    They need to hit shots sure... that's obvious. No more we need (insert player here).
    It starts with our bigs, our strength, playing inside out.
    Fields and co. will have plenty of open opportunities once the D collapses.

    This is the best strategy and should be done by design.

    Don't let me see the undisciplined chuck approach again.

    Feature our bigs, our stars, our strengths, and we win or at least compete.

    We don't "need" anyone. We have plenty. If we need anything else, it'll be a new coach.
    Exactly, we win one game, against bums and people are starting the support antoni, stop it.But i guess if you still support him after 3 years of trash, i'm wasting my voice.

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    I agree that we need more interior offense. Really, we do. I said at the start of the season, this team will win via the vanguard. As we saw tonight against Biyombo, we'll get STAT to the line that much more often, and his jump shot will benefit from more of an interior role. His baseline post up spin move draws fouls. His low post explosiveness needs to be utilized against opponents that are better than Biyombo, Ty Thomas and Diop. Especially now that he's 260 pounds. Drawing fouls on opponent bigs the likes of Chicago's, Orlando's, Atlanta's, Boston's and Philly's is huge for us as we pursue a top 5 seed. I named majority East teams as we'll be facing them almost exclusively in this shortened season.

    It was good to see Ty Chan do well, but he was matched against Byron Mullens. A lot of injured players for the Bobshats, too.

    Tonight's inside dominance, I don't think, is too much to get excited about. It was a gimme. But you're right, Red, a reliable interior offense is a very necessary addition to this perimeter system. We're too predictable, and good defenses [currently ANY defense] can pick us like a dirty nose.

    The real story of the night was Anthony.

    Regarding Melo's career low, we need to run this dude some baseline screens and get him his shot back with open looks. If we're going to run a clear out for him, let's get that within 12 feet of the basket, and install an inside~outside offense through his spot up + passing ability. This should have been implemented a week after his trade. I'm still irate that the adjustments aren't made to maximize Melo's, and of course others', skill sets through their tendencies, bar, naturally, Steve Novak.

    His passing tonight was excellent - very glad to see that he's looking for Fields on cuts; evidenced by tonight's baseline assist under the basket for a Fields lay-in. Also, Melo's shot selection tonight was pretty solid, IMO. I think he had a good game, and was humble. I can't watch him turn his lip up in disgust at everyone else anymore.

    He's very lazy off the ball, so again, let's orchestrate something that forces him to relocate and get a good look. Make him work to get shots for the team. High %, non ball-stopping looks. No more passive 'I'll just wait for the ball to come to me and score' laziness. That **** got old against the Bucks 1st game after the trade.

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