I just want Tobes out there playing whether its with the starters or getting 20 minutes off the bench. I think its absurd that his defence has gotten him benched. His confidence is probably shot. I can't see him getting back into Skiles good books for the foreseeable future.
Let the kid play. Let him do what he naturally does best and that's score buckets efficiently which we really really need.
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The best role for Tobias right now is off the bench with Udoh and/or (preferrably and) Sanders or Mbah a Moute anchoring the paint against the opponent's second unit. That's the most frustrating part - that he went from starting to a string of DNP's. Bring the kid off the f$^#&@g bench and let him get busy on Sacramento's scrubs (or at least their bench scrubs).
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randy84 wrote:mattg wrote:AussieBuck wrote:Tobes needs to do something about the blistering 42eFG% his opponents are lighting him up with that's for sure.
That's awful logic and reasoning and you know it. You're better than that. How about when his man drives right past him and forces help to come and a different guy gets set up with a wide open look? Or when Harris plays awful defense and his man simply misses the wide open shot? Or the times when Tobias is completely out of position to help or rebound?
You might have Tobias confused with Jennings.
When Jennings gets beat its almost always in the pick and roll when he gets rubbed off by the pick. When Sanders or Udoh are defending they usually show effectively and prevent it, but Ersan / Pryz / Daly / Henson have not been as good in that category and since Jennings rarely goes under the pick usually he ends up trailing when that happens.