Popovich wrote:esqtvd wrote:It's a common joke in America [making it look like I speak the language] but I guess the joke doesn't translate too well to Serbia. Sorry.
No offense taken.
I might speak decent English but I belong to American culture only to extent to how much this culture reached us here through Hollywood, Coca-Cola, MTV, Rock, Rap, R&B, Metal and other music following mass media in the last decade.
You still did not answer on my last question or is it too early for you to tell at this point ?
Do you think LA Clippers will be worse or better next season compared to the last season?
trust me, I am not defending the poster you are discussing the matter at hand with, but the answer depends on not just 1 factor, which is how this roster is structured as of now, barring any trades at least into the deadline, but a second and probably even bigger one.... which player would doc play when the season begins?
if we are winning more games than last season or pretty close to it, whatever. it will be entertaining night in and night out but we won't be developing the young kids then. we all know doc would be using the low ceiling, but proven vets over uncertain kids who will be given such short leash to begin with, they won't be allowed to make mistakes which are required to develop as a player in games, not in practices. the correct answer to me is to give the kids as many minutes as possible to maximize their growth as our future in major or at least in some minor ways, will depend on how these cheap, high ceiling players like Shay can turn into. this also means we would be and should be worse than last season. but then hey, we have so many young vets who are playing for a pay day contract, so if doc can orchestrate right, it may sing. if not, expect the Rat faced Punk Andre's one season of terror.