Re: Other than KG, is our second unit better than our first unit?
posted at 2/26/2013 7:12 PM EST
In response to snakeoil123's comment:
He did a pretty good job against Lebron Last time they played. I guess some players can play multiple positions. Lebron is one, Magic is another, and KG, in his younger days, has played all five positions. Jeff Green may also be able to play multiple positions.
In response to KG-LB-KM's comment:
In response to concord27's comment:
In response to OneOnOne's comment:
In response to Kirk6's comment:
Green is better than Pierce.
Wilcox is better than Bass.
Williams and Crawford look better than Bradley and Lee.
Green is better than Pierce.- Still laughing at this one.
Wilcox is better than Bass- just depending on if we need a big in there or not.
Williams and Crawford look better than Bradley and Lee-not even close
Maybe after 50 years of watching.
Just an insanely abrupt analysis. Based on one game in Phoenix. Let's see some more proof.
I agree. The Suns are one of worst teams in the league, and it is great the the the young guys played well. Fast break works well in the regular season but tends to disapear in the play offs when the half court game dominates, and teams get serious about defense. It will be the play offs that will be the forge that either hardens and tempers players like Jeff Green or breaks them. On this road trip Green has been trick or treat.
On the other hand, if he can learn to focus consisitantly, he could be the difference in the play-offs. Last year we did not have Bradley to guard Wade for the whole series, and we did not have Green to guard Lebron.
Why would Green guard Lebron?
Kirk says he is a 2 guard.
However, if we get that far, I like him guarding Lebron again.