Base on the stats box, Pacers was right to hold to Barea. 20.5 ppg with decent %s. Then again, Linsanity %s were sick and he had more points per minute (0.61 vs 0.56). On the other hand, David West, Gallinari, Mayo and Hill had way off 2%s. With 2,67 bpg and 10,5 rpg Bogut appeared to be their main defensive player.
LOL at Dirk Nowitzki having a Lebron James type of stats card, He was Mavs' point center!
Clippers really missed Melo's shooting power.
Also, LOL at Sauce Castill firing shit up. 19.2 ppg (.484 fg%, .469 3p%, 3 3s per game .826 ft%). Reggie Miller 2.0 .
Post by Hanamichi Sakuragi on Jun 3, 2015 4:20:11 GMT
I think Chicago did not defend Barea seriously in the first two games and thats why his numbers ballooned. Shocks, LBJ just schooled Middleton. Stauskas is a man!
What happen to the backcourt of Houston. Bledsoe and Rose combined to average 27 points! BeastMode Curry. 23/42 3FG. Duncan is making a statement here, " I am better than Dirk even in D5!". 21.3 pts, 8.5 rebs, 6.8 asts.
Ian, we have to figure out a better way to manage the playoffs starting next season. Besides all the injury issues, etc. We need to figure out a way for GMs to see boxscores and stats after each playoff game. GMs need the opportunity to make adjustments. Making blind adjustments just from the depth chart does not work. GMs don't play all season for the game to make decisions come playoff time. We adjust during the season. Its 10x as important, if not more to be able to do so during each game.
I think what need to really figure this out if possible.
SA Spurz Role Players/Bench: 6. F/G Nick Young(76) 7. F/C Spencer Hawes(75) 8. G Dion Waiters(76) 9. C/F Tyler Zeller(74) 10. F/C Samuel Dalembert(76) 11. F Michael Beasley(74) 12. PG Pierre Jackson(64)