Chapelchilla wrote:We've taken a major step in our identity... teams that win in this league are versatile, have multiple play-makers on the floor, two-way players. We have more versatility, we have length, high IQ." - JB
JB says a player of
's caliber and experience will be a major benefit to the team's younger core in seeing how he practices, prepares and carries himself on a day-to-day basis
also mentions the
have multiple playmakers with size now (Hayward, Ball, Washington, Bridges, etc); finishing at the rim should improve and increase open 3P attempts as well
These 3 quotes from Borrego are exactly what I was talking about above. We may try to be fan "experts" on here but Borrego is professional in his field. I think he is absolutely correct and the naysayers will be wondering why we aren't so terrible after all, lol. Meanwhile, the team will play exciting modern basketball....
what are these guys supposed to do? take a crap on their employer?
its the coaches job to make the best out of any situation or roster. i don't need to be an expert to say that WHG's defense was absolutely terrible and he never should see the court until he can get his hands up and move his feet at the same time. but borrego has to play the hand he's dealt with positive energy and say all the right things because its in his job description.
if the hornets cut me a check i'd tell you nic batum was the best player and person i've ever had the pleasure of watching