76ciology wrote: DCasey91 wrote:
76ciology wrote:Miltons pts per 36 at age 23 and 24 are similar to CJ McCullom.
Beyond stats, Milton we all know can sulk and trudge his feet.
I like him as a sixth man, or a closer if heâ€™s hot or and feeling it.
Thing is Maxey might surpass him. Alternatively he could be get run on the wing (skip ahead of Kork) but must be feeling the rock.
He loves to have the ball in his hands and score which is fine if Doc doubled down on it, but Doc is Doc.
I think he struggles when heâ€™s asks to be a primary scorer off the bench. He has a dribbling skill of a power forward for me. He can only do straight line dribble. He maybe a lot better playing with Maxey. Think of the CP3-Booker dynamics with Maxey as CP3 and Milton as Booker.
Doc can also just run the same stuffs he run with CP3-JJ back then.
Hopefully Milton-Maxey becomes a powerful duo. That we can combine our big 3 (cute big 3
) of Tobi-Biid-Ben with the Milton-Maxey duo to end games.
I like this 5 man unit to end games.
Ben would then be surrounded by scorers WHO CAN SHOOT, so there wont be pressure for him to score. While he does all the draymond green things like setting illegal screens, pushing transition, opportunistic scoring and making high impact on defense.
Yeah or Curry as the release valve if one of the kids are cold. Itâ€™s just with the pecking order Maxey/Milton could lose value with Embiid/Harris as the seniors. I just want one or both wave it it off as the iso scorer like my man you know I can score let me do my thing lol
Ben gets to do Ben things thatâ€™s all good.
All three needs to synch better on the inside. All are at fault in my view. I have a ton of saved games on file. Itâ€™s not just Ben, itâ€™s on Doc too I may add.
We should be chucking a lot more lobs and post/roll man playmaking Ben on the blocks. 2 inside not three is better. Backcuts for Ben because he canâ€™t shoot but the other two can. He knows how to back or cut with guards though.
Embiid should learn to open up plays more, does have serious tunnel vision sometimes and also can lack nuance when off ball. Little things
Same is said for the other two btw.
Biggest thing is I donâ€™t like is all three have a tendency to move away from the ball from a broken down offensive set once they made the kick out pass. It should really be forward as the screener to produce fallback space for more operation.
Anyway besides the point. Shake is fine hopefully he gets his 3ball back and Maxey improves (feet position closer is the key indicator, Thybulle is wrist exactly like Greenâ€™s is).