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Why not try the high screen pick and roll with nash and kobe

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Post#16 Re: Why not try the high screen pick and roll
Mon Jan 7, 2013 8:48 am by DubZzZzZ

high pick and roll with a big and small moves a big out of the paint and gives either one of the two a speed or size advantage if the defender switches. If you run the pick and roll with 2 guards there is no advantage and either guard will be driving the paint with both big men defenders standing there..
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Post#17 Re: Why not try the high screen pick and roll
Mon Jan 7, 2013 12:09 pm by TheKiteDesigner

GeneralNash wrote:Interesting stat....in the 2nd half Lakers had a stretch where they could not score a field goal in 9 minutes. Scream defense all you want...but if LA was able to score 8 points in those 9 minutes, la could of won.


Interesting stat...
Lakers
PPG 102.9 (5th out of 30)
Off Rtg 108.8 (6th out of 30)
Off efficiency 106.4 (6th out of 30)

Opposing PPG 100.8 (26th out of 30)
Defensive Rtg 106.6 (21st out of 30)
Def efficiency 103.2 (19th out of 30)

But you're right, it's an offensive problem.
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Post#18 Re: Why not try the high screen pick and roll
Mon Jan 7, 2013 6:28 pm by IamBBAnalysis

TheKiteDesigner wrote:
GeneralNash wrote:Interesting stat....in the 2nd half Lakers had a stretch where they could not score a field goal in 9 minutes. Scream defense all you want...but if LA was able to score 8 points in those 9 minutes, la could of won.


Interesting stat...
Lakers
PPG 102.9 (5th out of 30)
Off Rtg 108.8 (6th out of 30)
Off efficiency 106.4 (6th out of 30)

Opposing PPG 100.8 (26th out of 30)
Defensive Rtg 106.6 (21st out of 30)
Def efficiency 103.2 (19th out of 30)

But you're right, it's an offensive problem.


Its definitely a defensive problem. However, he's completely right the Lakers are not getting enough out of the pick and roll. The Lakers should be the best team in the league on offense and they are not. And they should be an average or better team on defense and they are not. I see the above based on personnel and abilities.

Right now on offense Nash is not allowed to be super effective, either is Gasol or Howard. Its just not "quite right" with any of them. Although they are still very effective.
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Post#19 Re: Why not try the high screen pick and roll
Mon Jan 7, 2013 7:05 pm by GeneralNash

TheKiteDesigner wrote:
GeneralNash wrote:Interesting stat....in the 2nd half Lakers had a stretch where they could not score a field goal in 9 minutes. Scream defense all you want...but if LA was able to score 8 points in those 9 minutes, la could of won.


Interesting stat...
Lakers
PPG 102.9 (5th out of 30)
Off Rtg 108.8 (6th out of 30)
Off efficiency 106.4 (6th out of 30)

Opposing PPG 100.8 (26th out of 30)
Defensive Rtg 106.6 (21st out of 30)
Def efficiency 103.2 (19th out of 30)

But you're right, it's an offensive problem.


Never said it was an offensive problem. I am simply pointing out that the offense could be much better...and would allow this team to win games despite their horrid defense. Yes the defense is a problem as well. But this team would still be winning if they maximized their offensive potential.
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Post#20 Re: Why not try the high screen pick and roll
Tue Jan 8, 2013 3:37 am by rand0m

GeneralNash wrote:
TheKiteDesigner wrote:
GeneralNash wrote:Interesting stat....in the 2nd half Lakers had a stretch where they could not score a field goal in 9 minutes. Scream defense all you want...but if LA was able to score 8 points in those 9 minutes, la could of won.


Interesting stat...
Lakers
PPG 102.9 (5th out of 30)
Off Rtg 108.8 (6th out of 30)
Off efficiency 106.4 (6th out of 30)

Opposing PPG 100.8 (26th out of 30)
Defensive Rtg 106.6 (21st out of 30)
Def efficiency 103.2 (19th out of 30)

But you're right, it's an offensive problem.


Never said it was an offensive problem. I am simply pointing out that the offense could be much better...and would allow this team to win games despite their horrid defense. Yes the defense is a problem as well. But this team would still be winning if they maximized their offensive potential.


I agree with you here. Seems like an easier task to jump a few spots in offensive efficiency then defense. We just need a way to get wins at
this point.
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