I hope he's preparing for his HOF induction speech.
How did he look on defense last night? Why can't he help this year?SixthStreet wrote:I don't have an opinion on upper body shot mechanics. There's many ways to do it as long as it's consistent and repeatable. But his footwork is not good. His 3 has a long way to go. He should be able to help on defense next year though since it's not a high bar to clear. That's good.
PhillyPhilly wrote:A LOT of people are excited about Zhaire after tonight's game. I know it wasn't against tough competition, but I thought his all round game was very encouraging. Many saying the words "all team defense" when it relates to his future. Here's also a tweet I found.
So should he be In the rotation for this first round of playoffs yall? I think Brett would be crazy not to tbh. His defense alone should get him minutes and he's getting to the rim and hitting shots now. This experience could be the making of this young man ahead of next season.
SixthStreet wrote:He might be playable against the playoff newbie Nets but after round 1 he should be tied to the bench.
So he fought over a terrible Lopez screen to recover on an Arcidiacono drive. Color me unimpressed. We always knew he had the tools. He'll probably be useful next year but not in the playoff cauldron after being out most of his rookie season.
HartfordWhalers wrote:The Tobias Harris trade was set your pants on fire while wearing them bad at the time. And still is.
PhillyPhilly wrote:More Zhaire clips yall
Honestly the combination of his physical gifts, coupled with his high IQ on defense are really exciting to watch. And he's still only 19. Once he really settles in and gains experience I really think he could be a Kawhi level type of talent.