Green, Wilcox, Lee and Bradley step up

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    Green, Wilcox, Lee and Bradley step up

    Green is an awesome athlete with a better than average shot and he will go to the rim.  Green is a better defender than thought and he can rebound.  Bradley is developing into a difference maker on both ends of the court and so is Lee.  Lee and Bradley bring defense 100% of the time.  Wilcox looks very good and is quicker than most thoght. We will be a contender by the end of the season if Doc gives them major minutes.

     
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    Green is an awesome athlete with a better than average shot and he will go to the rim.  Green is a better defender than thought and he can rebound.  Bradley is developing into a difference maker on both ends of the court and so is Lee.  Lee and Bradley bring defense 100% of the time.  Wilcox looks very good and is quicker than most thoght. We will be a contender by the end of the season if Doc gives them major minutes.



    Sounds good to me. Green and Wilcox need more minutes.
     
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    Green is an awesome athlete with a better than average shot and he will go to the rim.  Green is a better defender than thought and he can rebound.  Bradley is developing into a difference maker on both ends of the court and so is Lee.  Lee and Bradley bring defense 100% of the time.  Wilcox looks very good and is quicker than most thoght. We will be a contender by the end of the season if Doc gives them major minutes.



    Sounds good to me. Green and Wilcox need more minutes.




    how far we go is up to Doc.

     
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    Green is an awesome athlete with a better than average shot and he will go to the rim.  Green is a better defender than thought and he can rebound.  Bradley is developing into a difference maker on both ends of the court and so is Lee.  Lee and Bradley bring defense 100% of the time.  Wilcox looks very good and is quicker than most thoght. We will be a contender by the end of the season if Doc gives them major minutes.



    Sounds good to me. Green and Wilcox need more minutes.




    how far we go is up to Doc.

     



    Temper all jusitifed optimism with hopes there are no more injuries.  Wilcox hurts himself walking from the locker room.

     
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    our chances depend on PP34 injury, greater contribution Jet, T-Will and DJ White. besides that AB, Green, Lee and Wilcox maintain their level

     
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    Green is an awesome athlete with a better than average shot and he will go to the rim.  Green is a better defender than thought and he can rebound.




    Unfortunately, he can't rebound!

     
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    Green is an awesome athlete with a better than average shot and he will go to the rim.  Green is a better defender than thought and he can rebound.

     




    Unfortunately, he can't rebound!

     



    Not even  a little.

     
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    The team is instructed not to even try for offensive rebounds.




    Come on, like Fierces obsession with Ray, you have an obsession with Doc. It was Docs fault that Green could not rebound to save his life at OKC as well? PP obviuosly can rebound (so could Sully) but Doc tells Green not to rebound? Seriously?

     
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    The team is instructed not to even try for offensive rebounds.

     




    Come on, like Fierces obsession with Ray, you have an obsession with Doc. It was Docs fault that Green could not rebound to save his life at OKC as well? PP obviuosly can rebound (so could Sully) but Doc tells Green not to rebound? Seriously?

     



    Pirece is shorter and less athletic and out rebounds Green by a wide margin.

     
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    The team is instructed not to even try for offensive rebounds.

     




    Come on, like Fierces obsession with Ray, you have an obsession with Doc. It was Docs fault that Green could not rebound to save his life at OKC as well? PP obviuosly can rebound (so could Sully) but Doc tells Green not to rebound? Seriously?

     

     



    Pirece is shorter and less athletic and out rebounds Green by a wide margin.

     


    You are right.  Green should be a better rebounder.  Rondo is a very good rebounder for his height.  I believe that rebounding is a matter of desire. 

     
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    The team is instructed not to even try for offensive rebounds.

     




    Come on, like Fierces obsession with Ray, you have an obsession with Doc. It was Docs fault that Green could not rebound to save his life at OKC as well? PP obviuosly can rebound (so could Sully) but Doc tells Green not to rebound? Seriously?

     

     



    Pirece is shorter and less athletic and out rebounds Green by a wide margin.

     




    But much stronger, esp in his base.

     
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    The team is instructed not to even try for offensive rebounds.

     




    Come on, like Fierces obsession with Ray, you have an obsession with Doc. It was Docs fault that Green could not rebound to save his life at OKC as well? PP obviuosly can rebound (so could Sully) but Doc tells Green not to rebound? Seriously?

     

     




    Doc said in an interview that the team is instructed to get back on defense unless they are already in the lane when a shot is taken.

     

    Do you even watch the games?



    Green has never been a good rebounder.  Everyone knows this.

     
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    He's built to be a good offensive rebounder...quick, long, althletic.  unfortunately we don't hit the offensive boards much. 

    Defensive rebounding is more about position and strength.  He doesn't have a good enough lower base.

     
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    The team is instructed not to even try for offensive rebounds.

     




    Come on, like Fierces obsession with Ray, you have an obsession with Doc. It was Docs fault that Green could not rebound to save his life at OKC as well? PP obviuosly can rebound (so could Sully) but Doc tells Green not to rebound? Seriously?

     

     




    Doc said in an interview that the team is instructed to get back on defense unless they are already in the lane when a shot is taken.

     

    Do you even watch the games?

     



    Green has never been a good rebounder.  Everyone knows this.

     

     




    Who said anything about Green?

     



    The original poster said Green was a good rebounder. That's what we are talking about.

    Wow dude. 

     
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    He's built to be a good offensive rebounder...quick, long, althletic.  unfortunately we don't hit the offensive boards much. 

    Defensive rebounding is more about position and strength.  He doesn't have a good enough lower base.




    Rodman would dispute that..

     
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    Why, you don't think Rodman had a strong lower base?  Or you think he played position rebounding on both ends?

    It seems to me that offensive rebouders tend to try to get free from bodies and follow the ball.  Defensive rebounders work for position.

    Sully is an example of a guy who position rebounds on both ends.  It certainly can be done.

     

     
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    Wow, some people her seem to be confused.

    Green was always, let's say it together ALWAYS, a terrible rebounder. This has nothing, again NOTHING, to do with doc. Pierce and Sully were able to rebound under Doc. KG was able to ret rebounds (when he had more lift) but Green can't and that is Docs fault? Ouch... I guess it is KG's lower body strength which separates him from Green either.

     
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    I did not reply to the original poster, I only commented on why the Cs don't get offensive rebounds.

    Wow dude?



    Haha, honestly? In a thread called "Green, Wilcox, Lee and Bradley step up" and rebounding is just mentioned in the combination with Green, you come up with "we don't crash the offensive board"? That is even worse, than blaming Doc for Green beeing a bad rebounder.

    You really hate Doc very much, don't you?

     
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    The team is instructed not to even try for offensive rebounds.

     




    Come on, like Fierces obsession with Ray, you have an obsession with Doc. It was Docs fault that Green could not rebound to save his life at OKC as well? PP obviuosly can rebound (so could Sully) but Doc tells Green not to rebound? Seriously?

     

     




    Doc said in an interview that the team is instructed to get back on defense unless they are already in the lane when a shot is taken.

     

    Do you even watch the games?

     



    Green has never been a good rebounder.  Everyone knows this.

     

     




    Who said anything about Green?

     

     



    The original poster said Green was a good rebounder. That's what we are talking about.

     

    Wow dude. 

     



    I did not reply to the original poster, I only commented on why the Cs don't get offensive rebounds.

     

    Wow dude?



    Right. and we were talking about how Green didnt rebound well. So you said "who said anything about Green"?

    Everyone did.  read the thread.

     
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    Re: Green, Wilcox, Lee and Bradley step up

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    The team is instructed not to even try for offensive rebounds.

     




    Come on, like Fierces obsession with Ray, you have an obsession with Doc. It was Docs fault that Green could not rebound to save his life at OKC as well? PP obviuosly can rebound (so could Sully) but Doc tells Green not to rebound? Seriously?

     

     



    Pirece is shorter and less athletic and out rebounds Green by a wide margin.

     

     


    Rebounds require anticipation and no fear of contact. PP loves contact and usually initiates it. His instinct for the ball has always been good. JG was tentative when it comes to contact even before he had his chest cracked open. BUT, that is starting to change a little with his increased confidence, maturity, and apparent zest for having another chance. He'll never be a Rodman, but I think he gets noteably better at rebounding as we exit the season and is consistantly better at it in 2013-14. He's too athletic and will be getting too many minutes not to.

     

     
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