That is all.
That is all.
Are you saying for 1st round pick or for moolah?
I was thinking the same thing. How we go from playing great ball to totally sucking.
sent from the pseudo GM offices of the Charlotte Hornets
My suspicion is based on his strategy and that there is absolutely no rhyme or reason to his substitution patterns. He seems to find ones that work and then when it gets close or we get the lead, he changes them for no apparent reason.
I agree that it seem like some type of conspiracy but I tend not to believe in that sort of stuff. There has to be a method to his madness aka substitution patterns. I didn't understand why he took Kemba out as soon as they came back from a 11-point deficit to take the lead in the 3rd quarter against the Magic on Saturday. That ruined all of the momentum and any chance to win the game without having scrap and fight from behind.
I think word came down to tank after that 7-5 start so we can get one more piece. Be careful though because if we get a rep for loosing what kid would want to come here out of college.
I think this is true. Noticed it early on actually. Any time a player gets hot and goes on a run, Dunlap takes him out for a long period of time.
Whether this is true or not, what do you think? Is getting a high pick next year worth the disingenuous effort?
For me, it's not.