NickP wrote:Quake Griffin wrote:MartinToVaught wrote:It doesn't translate to the playoffs. You end up wasting a roster spot on someone who can't produce in the most important games. Doc made it even worse with his blind loyalty to Trez in spite of how bad he was.
It had nothing to do with a "breakdown." He can't rebound, can't defend, can't just outhustle everyone (since every player is playing hard in the playoffs) and isn't skilled enough to score at the same rate against quality playoff defenses.
So many facts, it’s a factory.
We could have competed for Trezz’s services. We didn’t. He’s limited. If his grandma died or not, not a good rebounder. Not a good defender.
Ra ra doesnt win chips.
Having a tough look on your face (but not being tough) doesn’t win.
Neither does calling white players BAWBs.
Exactly. Couldn't agree more. Trez is a regular season guy who feasts on bench guys. He's undersized to play center and doesn't have the skills required to play PF. Yeah he'll give them 17 point games in the regular season but come playoffs where the rotations get tight it'll be the same story again.
Even if true, he was our 7th-highest paid player. At 18 ppg he more than earned his money. Why are we blaming him for this?? Even as the garbage he was on the defense end, you weren't going to beat the Nuggets with defense. You had to outscore them. Trezz put up 20. Kawhi and PG put up 22--COMBINED.