Its true that Melo can find teammates when they're open, but he needs to atleast keep the other guys involved even if they're not open, if that makes sense.I know that Melo gets the scoring done and we're probably better off doing so but I'm a firm believer that championshipreal contenders play team basketball. Win as a team, and lose as a team.
Its the system, one Woody never had a full team, two he doesn't even know who he'll have next year to put that system together so I think giving him a complete roster and this training camp will do wonders, Melo should strive next year to be a 25-10-5 guy instead of a 24-6-3 guy but to be blaming him is absurd as usual, I can agree with some criticism but come on dude, trade him for who the only guys I'd want either are untouchable or wont fit.
Lets get some stability for once in the past 10 years aren't you sick of recycling players and seeing them become key contributors to other teams(Zach Randolph in Memphis and Jamal Crawford in Atlanta are 2 prime examples, imagine sending Melo to Portland and him and Lamarcus Aldridge doing work, sending him to the Clippers or the Lakers or the Spurs or the Mavericks or the Magic)
I'm just saying constructive criticism is better conversation than trade him, trade him
Nah. JR didn't play hard.
:teeth: you right
The last time Stat average less than 10 fga per game in the playoffs, Marbury was his teammate
greatest STAT I've heard on here, good research