Ballings7 wrote:TheWolfoftheNBA wrote:Ballings7 wrote:
Analytics stats all the new-age people adore mean nothing, and Ron Artest should of played SG primarily until he came to the Lakers, and LeBron, and Paul Pierce, and Scottie Pippen, and Shane Battier, and Luol Deng, and Tayshaun Prince, and Otto Porter, and Carmelo, and Nicolas Batum, and Quentin Richardon, and Peja Stojakovic., and Richard Jefferson, and Wilson Chandler, and Trevor Ariza, and James Posey, and Rudy Gay, and Kevin Durant... all really could of played and would play SG just as well as SF.
And vice versa for anyone who played SG primarily, they really could of played SF from night to night, just as well as they actually did at SG.
But I'm an idiot and so were all the coaches of those players judging their lineups to matching up with other teams.
Yeah you are. They're interchangeable. Deal with it.
Coaches put players in positions that are the norm or preferred by their stars. Thinking otherwise proves my point.
Everyone you've mentioned has played the 2 and 3, and in some cases the 4. Get it?
No, I'm not. And, I won't deal with it, because I know when someone is flat out wrong and ignorant.
Yeah, they have played both positions, not denying that; but they were not defined by playing the position they played less than the one they played the most.
No, I won't be getting something that conflicts heavily against reality and proven in history.
Have a good one being delusional to reality and history, squirt.
Get lost, bro.