I know if I dig into the games, the analysis would look exactly like yours. That's why I deceided to leave the ball passing responsibility to high-paid Melo and wish for the right game plan and right players to execute it.
Could you help me with the following quote? I mean can you explain why we can't be like that?
That's unpredicatable and acceptable to me. Or say ideal.The Sixers rarely run isolation plays, which is exactly the way they like it. According to Elton Brand, the more different players get to handle the ball, the better the team’s defenseis…
"When you iso a lot you don't have that shared responsibility on defense. It's kind of human nature –if you work hard to get a guy a layup, he'll want to return the favor and play harder on defense," Brand explained.
Brand, a two-time All-Star, was the focal point of the offense when he played for the Clippers and averaged upto 18 shots per game one season. Often, the offense filtered through him on the post, which Brand says didn't look like too much fun for his teammates. Truthbe told, he prefers the Sixers' style of offense.
This season the Sixers had seven different players lead the team in scoring in the first 10 games.
I know it's easier said than done. So I'll keep listening to you guys.
BTW, that "upgrade to pro today" icon is rather cute. Can't do it in one day though. Got to give me time.