Here are our wins this year:
1 point win vs a struggling Indiana team that is missing Danny Granger and has Roy Hibbert playing nowhere near like last year
4 point win vs Dallas that was missing Dirk and others
16 point win vs awful Washington (good win)
2 point win vs Minnesota who was missing Kevin Love, Rubio, and others
4 point win vs Milwaukee (good win)
1 point win vs Toronto where we got bailed out on the last no call and they had one of their classic meltdowns
2 point win vs awful Washington
I'm surprised people got so hyped off our early success - we won so many close games that could've gone either way, we could've EASILY been 1-11 instead of 7-5. And now we're in a stretch playing good teams (Spurs, Knicks, ATL, OKC, etc) and losing... like we were supposed to be winning these? This is normal. As mentioned earlier, back to reality.
I also can't believe people are blaming this on any player, let alone Hendo. He's not even getting enough minutes to win or lose the game for us, and when he is in, I'm personally a lot more comfortable with having a 2nd player being able to get a shot up other than Kemba.
Enjoy the wins we get, but remember what everybody (or at least most people) were predicting before the season? Another awful year -- not as bad as last year, but definitely toward the bottom of the league. Let's not let our expectations creep up because of a couple lucky/close wins against bad/injured teams.