View Full Version : Emeka and Felton
01-07-2008, 03:53 PM
1. Do you guys think Emeka has reached the limit of his playing abilitys .
2. Do you think hes going to be slightly below average playing the five
3. Do you think he should be playing the four or the five
4. Do you think he would play better under a different coach
1. Has Felton reached the limit of his abilitys
2. Is he going to end up below average playing the point.
3. Do you think he should just end up playing a 2guard
4. Do you think Felton would be better playing for a different coach.
01-07-2008, 04:03 PM
Wish i knew how to add Felton to the poll . It would help me figure out the team problems better. With your thoughts.
01-07-2008, 04:03 PM
I think the entire team would play better with a different coach.
The rookies would get more minutes, McInnis would come in as a back up only and Felts could learn the point unless I found someone better to trade him for Nazr would play the 5 Mek the 4 Wallace the 3 and JR the 2 and Id leave it at that and let them learn. No one knows their job from 1 night to the next the way V does line ups....Why do we have so many TO's? in my opinion it is everyone playing out of their normal positions, getting banged up all night like wallace.....:g:
01-07-2008, 04:19 PM
I think Emeka has reached his abilities but this year he is not showing his usual skills like he has the past 3 seasons. A new coach I think would help him a lot and we'd start to see the old Mek.
Felton hasn't reached his limits yet. I think he can still learn and become a great PG. Bernie stunted his growth at the point and Sam is doing the same thing they didn't help Felton by always telling him he's not a true PG. Bring in a new coach and let him play PG 40 minutes a night and he'd show a lot of improvement.
01-07-2008, 09:09 PM
Felton could be a good point guard for this team if Vincent would give him a chance... same with Oak as he seems to have some type of beef with Vincent... I think that Vincent is young brash arrogant and doesn't understand that NBA coaching is more about rotations and keeping the players happy rather than X and O's
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