DY_nasty wrote:316Hornets wrote:DY_nasty wrote:"he has it out for monk"
if that were the case he'd have been traded last year. you gotta stop trying to insert reality tv story lines into stuff
It's not just Monk, almost everybody we've drafted. Last season, it was Cliff's agenda. Well, now we see JB doing the exact same thing so somebody higher up is calling the shots. With what we've seen out of Lebron, it's safe to assume MJ has some type of influence over the team. I find it especially odd against Monk since he has shown cases of knocking down shots and has fan support. Even if he gets beat 10 times a game, if we are going to lose anyhow, why not put him out there?
what does lebron have to do with anything
as for monk, he's had plenty of chances to showcase what he can do this year. he'll have a hot two weeks then be a complete net negative on the court. i'd say maybe he needs more time in the g-league, but the last time we sent him there he took 20 something threes in one game to show how seriously he takes the practice environment. i don't mind playing him if we're tanking, but even then i'd rather not see his value go any lower than where its currently at... but more than anything else, bacon and graham deserve his minutes.
You mean Nike #2 wouldn't be friends with Nike #1? They probably have similar business education lessons.
That's the problem right there. Why are we worried about 2017 #11 trade value? We haven't played him but 17.6 mpg this season and that's been flat lining lately. Why keep giving shots to Batum and Marvin? Get those guys off the court already and give Monk their shots.