Ducklett wrote:thelead wrote:ChosenSavior wrote:
Totally agree. Almost had game 3 in this series as well but Toronto made more plays in the end than we did. Orlando made an amazing run to clinch a playoff berth and competed the best they could until Toronto flexed their muscles and their talent took over.
Now looking forward to Weltman and Hammond to make our success sustainable and ultimately get us to where Toronto is now.
Eh... I would rather have a shot at Morant or Williamson but it is what it is. That said, hopefully this showed AG and Isaac what it's going to take to win at the next level. That's the only silver-lining I take away from this all.
I just don't understand this mindset. It is just as likely to demoralize them as it is to make them step up. We got destroyed most of these games, as in it wasn't close. It could cause them to work harder and know where they want to go. It could also make them deflated and do nothing this offseason until they "get more help". Lets not pretend it is automatically just good news all around.
If they sulk instead of wanting to get better, they need to be traded immediately. I bet they'll both be in the gym within weeks though.