biglove44 wrote:In the second qtr, Lin, Delfino and Harden had TO's. I wonder if you understand that while Lin had TO's in the 2nd quarter; he was a big reason why they came back towards the end of that quarter to cut the deficit to 2. Sometimes, when you let a player continue to play on the court/through a couple mistakes, they can get better as the game progresses. Imagine that.
Was he not a big reason why they lost the lead in the 1st place?
Start of 3rd quarter they made a run and Lin really didnt do much, Parsons player awesome.
MKL wrote:Lin still ended up with a +6. By stats, Rockets would have still won.
It's unfair to not credit Lin on creating a lead. And at the same time blame Lin for losing a lead.
Try to be consistent. I'm only saying that Douglas is plays as SG and fit in with Harden playing PG. Douglas had NO assists in 25 minutes played.
This is probably not a problem for McHale as long as the team wins. He can use the next 2 season to move Lin or they can sort it out. Rockets are not contending for the Championship anyway.
I would like the management to have a little more consideration for Lin's development though, but McHale is a bigman's coach. He developed Lowry and Dragic out of town.
Greg Smith 8-9, 20 points 6 rebounds 3 blocks 2 to
finished with a +/- of -1....
Lowry didnt like being held out after his illness... Dragic had his best run of games to that point of his career.
thelastpope wrote:In the past 11 games Lin is shooting 44% and 34% from 3
Toney Douglas is shooting 44% & 53% from 3