TTP wrote:mjkvol wrote:TTP wrote:
That stretch sucked but we had to fill 3 rotation spots last night...who were you expecting Brett to play? My only quibble was playing Pelle over KOQ, but he was likely just trying to get the guy minutes since we were up a bunch and he's barely played the last month. He pulled Pelle after a disastrous 2.5 minutes and didn't play him the rest of the game.
Neto had a good game overall and it seems like Brett's decision to play him was justified. If you're complaining after we won by 17 in a game we were 5.5 point underdogs, you're just a hater.
First, please stop with the "hater" idiocy. Who's complaining? If we can't have discussions here other than waving pom-poms, then what the f***k is the point of a forum designed for fan interaction?
To address your point, I understand rotations, but I also understand that you don't slam on the brakes when you're about to run the other team out of the building with a TO and mass substitutions. That move essentially lengthened the game.
Neto was fine, but he doesn't belong on an NBA roster that isn't a lottery team.
You need help identifying complaining? I agree though that we should stop with the hater idiocy.
The forum is for discussion, but a lot of people use it to whine incessantly, and unfortunately, the latter is drowning out intelligent discourse.
Neto's fine as a third PG on a min-deal on a playoff team.
I agree about the incessant whiners, but that's likely what they're about in everyday life.
I'm just not a believer in Brown as a coach on a team at this level. He's perfect for the Process type teams he started with here, to get kids to buy in and overachieve. He'd be a perfect G-League coach. I believe he would be an asset in a front office. I just think he is in way over his head with a team looking to compete for an NBA championship.
And I'll agree that Neto is fine as a third PG as long as he never sees the floor other than garbage time. I get that the team is shorthanded, but it still irks me that he cut Burke, a kid who can actually play a little, to keep this guy.