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    Even the "Showtime" Lakers played half court. How many fast breaks did Kareem Run? He was a major contributor then, and that came through half court sets.

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    Fastbreak only means easy baskets (2 on 1, or 3 on 2) which is something the Spurs did alot of with Avery Johnson, Parker, Ginobli, Duncan, and David Robinson to WIN their Championship Rings. The Spurs Defensive Format since the arrival of 7.0 PF-Tim Duncan on the Team has been the best in the league. The only players that I seen that was able to break the Spurs Defensive Format in a Series was C-Divac and Shaq.

    As for the Knicks their Coaching Stinks! and my Brooklyn Homeboy Marbury 37 MPG has been STINKING with his inconsistency and non bonding with his teammates talents has been equal to Howard Isley (23 & 33 WIN Seasons proves that)...

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    He's fitting into a new role...he's going to be inconsistent. We all know that by now. He's the point guard that we all wanted to see...a defensive, somewhat agressive/passing type of PG. He came here a pure scoring PG. Now he's evolving, he's growing up. And I clearly don't know where the non-bonding part came from lol. This is the closest I've seen the knicks since H20 was here...

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    kg went to boston instead of ny because steph is a "non-bonding" pg... in the miked up interview steph said he wouldn't sleep in the same bed with kg... that's so "non-bonding"...

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    Originally Posted by Kiyaman
    Fastbreak only means easy baskets (2 on 1, or 3 on 2) which is something the Spurs did alot of with Avery Johnson, Parker, Ginobli, Duncan, and David Robinson to WIN their Championship Rings. The Spurs Defensive Format since the arrival of 7.0 PF-Tim Duncan on the Team has been the best in the league. The only players that I seen that was able to break the Spurs Defensive Format in a Series was C-Divac and Shaq.

    As for the Knicks their Coaching Stinks! and my Brooklyn Homeboy Marbury 37 MPG has been STINKING with his inconsistency and non bonding with his teammates talents has been equal to Howard Isley (23 & 33 WIN Seasons proves that)...
    fast break actually means scoring very early in the shot clock... typically within the first 6 - 8 seconds... most teams score at least 16 - 20 points on fast breaks... the remainder of their points come from a combination of half court sets, offensive rebounds, inbound plays, etc... teams that rely more on the break usually have faster, smaller guys that can push it... because their team is designed to run... slowing down the game takes away a larger percentage of their score, since they don't have the size to match up with the other team... i agree with you that Duncan changed the defensive schemes in SA... but their d doesn't always ignite the break... Popovich likes to wear you down... make you loose focus by forcing you to work late in the shot clock on offense AND defense...

    your opinion about IT and steph will never change until we start winning so I won't address it...

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    Originally Posted by ShairanXIII
    fast break actually means scoring very early in the shot clock... typically within the first 6 - 8 seconds... most teams score at least 16 - 20 points on fast breaks... the remainder of their points come from a combination of half court sets, offensive rebounds, inbound plays, etc... teams that rely more on the break usually have faster, smaller guys that can push it... because their team is designed to run... slowing down the game takes away a larger percentage of their score, since they don't have the size to match up with the other team... i agree with you that Duncan changed the defensive schemes in SA... but their d doesn't always ignite the break... Popovich likes to wear you down... make you loose focus by forcing you to work late in the shot clock on offense AND defense...

    your opinion about IT and steph will never change until we start winning so I won't address it...
    great post

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    just to nitpick i think that most teams scoring 16-20 points on the break is way too high. id put it at 8-12 probably. not a biggie just seems kinda high.

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