Why Brad Had To Go Small

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    Re: Why Brad Had To Go Small

    i  agree

     
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    Re: Why Brad Had To Go Small

    This season is about developing young talent! Fav, Sully, and KO will all develop their games! 

    Patience Cs fans patience! 

     
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    Title of thread should be, 'why Brad had to listen to management and lose' !!

     
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    Re: Why Brad Had To Go Small

    Brad is trying out differen't player combinations, thats why Fav only played 18 minutes, same reason Sully only played 14 and Green only played 20... so Marshon Brooks played more than he has all season because he's a great defender... this placed is littered with f-tards.

     
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    Re: Why Brad Had To Go Small

    In response to Fierce34's comment:
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    Fav's defense wasn't good.

     

    Tonight's Center Matchup

    Fav - 19 mins, 8 pts, 2 rebs, and 1 block

    Drummond - 40 mins, 15 pts, 12 rebs, and 2 blocks

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    If you check the numbers there is actually very little disparity. Drummond's offense was nearly all created by a teammate's driving and passing abilities, not his own.

    In twice as many minutes -

    Drummond had 2 blocks, Faverani had 1. That's a push. 

    Drummond scored 15 to Faverani's 8. That's a push.

    To be more precise, Drummond scored 10 points while Faverani was on the floor. Faverani scored 8 points while Drummond was on the floor. Another push.

    And to be even more precise, Drummond scored four of his field goals on dump-offs when Faverani rotated to cover for Green, Bass, or Bradley when they were beaten by Smith, Monroe, Bynum, et. al. Faverani stays with Drummond, Drummond never even gets the ball.

    I'll give you the rebound margin. But the play-by-play indicates that head-to-head Drummond outrebounded Faverani by only 4 to 2. He got eight when Fav was off the floor.

     
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    Re: Why Brad Had To Go Small

    Fierce, I'm confused. I thought you were the #1 fan of the Fav for Allstar fanclub?!

     
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    Re: Why Brad Had To Go Small

    The real reason Brad had to go small was because Avery cannot be the only guard on the floor. He is not a PG. You need Lee, Crawford, Pressey or Brooks out there with him.

     

    The issue is that Stevens goes 'big' because we don't have any true bigs. We are weak at the Center so he's trying to compensate by playing 2 SFs and 2 PFs. 

     

    Its a vicious circle that ends in Rondo's return and a trade for a legit big, either Asik, Alrdidge or both!

     
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