JonFromVA wrote:Stillwater wrote:JonFromVA wrote:
I prefer SG because that's the position Collin was playing before all our PG's went down.
When you insist that Collin is a PG, you're the one implying that he should be doing more things to facilitate and run the team ... or else you're just using the term without understanding what a PG is supposed to do.
For Collin to be able to focus on scoring, we need actual PG play from elsewhere on the team. Plain and simple. Collin can go and get his, but someone else has to lift the other players and since Collin is so good on open shots ... someone needs to help set him up too.
I'm going to pretend I did not just read that.
wtf with the insults man?
Sexton IS more than capable of creating enough offense but he has rarely been surrounded by players who can play at his speed so it puts him out of sync with them and it pushes him to be the focused scoring option and so if they put him in a position to facilitate more it doesnt work without another Sexton for him to pass too to carry the team
Please do not pretend you didn't read that.
Collin Sexton DOES NOT know how to run a team. He cannot generate sufficient offense to be a team's primary play-maker and he shouldn't strictly be creating everything for himself either.
His coach doesn't think so. His teammates do not think so. Nobody on RealGM other than you thinks so.
It's high time you understood this and dealt with the present reality. Collin is not a point-guard. He's a 6'2" shooting guard that even in the absence of an actual PG on the team can't leverage the attention he draws to generate even 4 apg.
Finally if you're actually concerned with the tone of this discussion, I suggest you examine your use of phrases like "laughable" and "looney".
How is Collin supposed to generate assists if the person he dishes it to misses or passes up the open shot? At least Sexton will take and make the shots DG sends his way.