DavidDunn21 wrote: buckboy wrote:
You are a little sad man
Actually I'm not. I use facts unlike the idiotic platitudes your buddy uses.
I think you know the difference. I'm not sure you do, but I think you do.
No you criticize and add nothing to the conversation. You and ten other people have been loud wrong so long that doubling down and attacking me became a strategy.
Fact. Khris Middleton can't dribble.
Fact. Khris Middleton can't jump.
Hypothesis proven beyond a reasonable doubt: He also lacks confidence, drive and focus.
His #1 go to move is falling down on 3 pointers.
His #2 go to move is pump faking from the midrange and jumping into the defender
Without the threat of getting these calls, many wings would simply block his shot. He only gets those calls some of the time in the regular season, they will rarely be whistles in the playoffs.
What I've described is WHY. Not what happens, why it takes place. It's why he's looking to pass more, why he's indecisive from deep, why he sometimes dribbles through his legs five times thinking of something to do.
A real coach would limit his playmaking to over the top passes that he can see the whole time (where he is above average) Asking Khris Middleton to drive left and then pass is MADNESS. It combines the two things he's worst at, dribbling and dynamic athleticism.
He has to be put into position to take 7-12 three pointers every game. It's his best quality and the thing we need most from him. It also puts Jrue in the role best suited for his talents.
This is WHY he's overrated. This is WHY his game doesn't scale up with more usage. This is WHY he can't get his shot attempts up. It's not as simple as he shot 7-12 good game, 4-12 bad game. This is the limits of that kind of player.
I await your intelligent comeback
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