Eyeamok wrote: 76ciology wrote:
You are right. Look at how he managed to get some work in with Rondo before the season even started and now he has Sam as a coach. They guy is soaking up as much information as possible and utilizing it and getting better. Awesome.
I saw a quote where Embiid said to him basically you work hard to get open if you have the shot take it. It's a shame that.....you know what why even bother.
Good for Maxey let's hope he continues to improve.
Remember when he had a hard time hitting those 3s and he just keeps making floaters? Look how quick he adjusted. He’s making 3s now and getting a lot more to the line.
I’m happy whenever I see a player makes improvement.
You and I both buddy especially when they are as 76er.
You know I hate to say this because I like Coach Brown, but I wonder how much Simmons would have grown with Rivers and Sam in his corner as a rookie?
Simmons has to have a wake up call before he can get into the right direction.
Doc said it. Player development starts with the player. And i agree with that.
Competitors becomes better with stress, and they become weak with complacency.
“The best horses lose when they compete with slower one, but wins when they compete with rivals.” - Nassim Taleb
Look at Jimmy. This guy was a nobody. He almost decided not to turn pro. But we all know this guy is borderline crazy when it comes to determination.
Look at how that batch of young players from the Lakers all have improved (including maturity) after being traded.
Look at Andrew Wiggins and how he is silently making improvements after being traded.
Jimmy said it right. Some guys are just after popularity and fancy cars.
“If anyone can refute me—show me I'm making a mistake or looking at things from the wrong perspective—I'll gladly change. It's the truth I'm after, and the truth never harmed anyone." Marcus Aurelius.