SUPERBALLMAN wrote:Really, I'm not sure if any changes outside of Wall and Nene returning are going to have much effect.
I do like the Livingston signing. You gotta like our guard set up with Wall, Beal, Crawford, Price and Livingston. I mean that is a solid rotation.
Alot of calling for Seraphin chatter, but Okafor has played well also, and I'm not sure coming off the bench isn't better suited for Seraphin's development where he can play a bit looser and without as much pressure.
The forward spots are the trouble area IMO. Nene coming back would certainly help. Ariza has started to look more comfortable. Booker has been a bit disappointing to me, and Vesely has regressed.
Assuming Wall and Nene still out for the time being, I suppose I'd change things up a bit if only for the sake of change and to shake things up... I'd like to start Livingston at point for his true skill of running at team. With Livingston at point, he needs some shooters to distribute to, I'd like to stick with Beal starting at SG at least for now, move Webster to the starting spot at SF and Singleton at PF, with Seraphin at Center. 2nd unit would therefore be Okafor, Booker, Ariza, Crawford, Price.
I don't think Ves has really regressed as much as the teams transition game has without Wall. Ves is a transition court player. He hasn't developed a good half court game yet. And while I think he will shoot better this year, he isn't going to be the one to develop him outside game while the team has no flow. That isn't Ves. He would be the last one to play hero ball.
With better PG play, the team will play better. They will get out in transition more. Once the game start flowing, Ves will start to show his game again.
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