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Can't wait to see this guy live on Dec. 28th up here in Tdot! Damn right I'm gonna be wearing my Sixers gear sitting in row 9 midcourt
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Murray_17 wrote:Kobblehead wrote:Murray_17 wrote:And what does Fox does outside 11 foot range?
deefence and pazzing
He's averaging just one assist more than "average, second year, distributor" Tyrese Maxey and his defence is a joke.
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76ciology wrote:Its also not bad because Maxey is not Dame Lillard, he’s like Tobias (scoring built by Doc’s coaching)
He plays within the system because he's young and deferring out of hierarchy. If you told Maxey and Harris to iso every play and rely solely on themselves to get a bucket, Maxey would be much more successful. Harris cannot dribble and he's stiff as a 2x4 plank. Maxey has tremendous handles, change of pace and finishing around the rim.
If Maxey were on an awful team with no aspiration of winning and the ability to take all the shots Like a Fox or Ingram or Cole Anthony, he'd average 25 ppg quite easily. I'm sure of that.
It's about him gaining confidence and also the trust within the coaching staff to let him be more dominant. Once they allow him pin his ears back by understanding that giving the ball to Furk, Seth or Harris off a curl is not a better option than letting him lead guard is when the real Tyrese Maxey will appear.
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"A pick and roll maestro" EXACTLY what you need in a playoff setting. I'll go ahead and say it. He reminds me of Allen Iverson. A potential ELITE scoring guard. There's no reason at all on Gods green earth why we should even be thinking about trading him right now.
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