Note30 wrote:Jedzz wrote:Jedzz wrote:
Are you saying he can't assist? You also might want to peak at the rest of those numbers.
52 pts on 51% FG, 53% 3FG on 37 shots with 13 assists, 9 rebounds (WAR) (No Towns)
44 pts on 50% FG, 60% 3FG on 34 shots with 14 assists, 10 rebounds (BRK) Triple dble (No Towns)
40 pts on 54% FG, 54% 3FG on 26 shots with 11 assists, 8 rebounds (LAK) (No Towns)
39 pts on 61% FG, 67% 3FG on 23 shots with 8 assists, 10 rebounds (LAK) (No Towns)
33 pts on 50% FG, 54% 3FG on 24 shots with 11 assists, 13 rebounds (BRK) Triple dble (No Towns)
33 pts on 50% FG, 46% 3FG on 22 shots with 11 assists, 5 rebounds (MIN) (No Towns)
29 pts on 48% FG, 50% 3FG on 23 shots with 13 assists, 9 rebounds (MIN) (No Towns)
Every one of these games are losses for his team. His fault? I suppose his defense caused the losses. Right?
I see no comeback came on this one. This is why Dlo will still have value long after the hapless Timberwolves make no use of him as it appears they won't. Just like Rubio plays more effectively with a better club. They have their unique abilities that can be used. They just need to be on a decently built team so their best abilities aren't subverted or wasted. Other teams that play better team defense would be a great spot for Dlo. A team that doesn't exist on park court offense for two will be a great spot for Rubio. Not sure what value the Timberwolves will get for them while destroying their values all season.
He has the highest usage rate on the team and has the lowest assist ratio out of our PGs, since Towns came back, it's lower than Towns too.
His usage rate/assist ratio is comparable to Jamal Murray and Steph Curry, and has an TS% 4 percent lower than both and higher ast to turnover ratio. Yeah I would say for a PG he's not a pass first guard and for a scoring guard he's not exactly cream of the crop.
“But don’t look at his overall play! Look at these 7 best games I cherry picked over 6 years! Your stats are blah blah blah!”
Corey Brewer is a 50 PPG scorer! He’ll always have value!