HarthorneWingo wrote: knickstape21 wrote: Worst_to_First wrote:
Mavs didn't need him today but that was a much needed stinker from DSJ.
1-6 FG, 0-3 from downtown and 1-3 from the line.
What's crazy is that I was still curious what people were saying and I went to Twitter to check. No joke people were still saying **** like "can't believe those stupid Knicks passed on Dennis Smith!" Even after a bad game..
For PGs, decision making is is key. I don't care how athletic he is, is he can't make smart decisions with the ball, it's a waste. That's what Phil was talking about when he spoke about the draft before he was fired.
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Pretty much my thoughts. I would be excited with DSJ, but I already have Marbury remorse. I see how dominant PG's, though extremely talented, are basically like small SF's, scoring from all over, but not making the team a team, not making the team better. Have you seen Ball play? Damn, he is doing what I thought he would.
Frank, to me, might fall somewhere in between, at least the first year. Once his body fills out, he is going to be even more athletic, but damn, he sure has a shot and plays incredible defense. Sad he didn't play in SL, but usually sharing types (minus Balls great play), usually don't shine in SL, more of a free for all play.
Oh, and then there is DSJ's knee, I just don't want that worry...