Re: A Lone Bright Spot / What's to be Done?
posted at 5/5/2011 4:09 PM EDT
In Response to Re: A Lone Bright Spot / What's to be Done?
[QUOTE]Kristic can't get incorporated until he gets some minutes. He was getting that before JO got back. I actually would start him and bring JO off the bench. When Delonte and Green are playing offensively well, don't take them off the court. We were getting nothing from Ray on either end. Please stop posting BBD. If he can't match up this series, keep him on the bench. I am with you! A win Saturday night could go a long way I believe. They won game three in Philly and by all purposes it was obviously over. We need to put a bit of pressure back on them with a win. I still think they got some choke in them.
Posted by terrrapin[/QUOTE]
I agree, they still got some choke in them. That's a nice turn of phrase. I may borrow it from you.
But for the 2nd time I want to point out to someone misrepresenting Ray's play, that Ray had a great game in Game 1, practically keeping us in it single-handedly.
In Game 2 he only got seven atempts, the offense was so out of sync, and he had only one turnover of the teams 11+, while KG and the point guards combined for seven turnovers. Ray has been one of the few guy who has played well throughout, with JO, and Delonte. The Team-D has broken down and it's not on Ray alone to hold Wade or Jones scoreless -- that's impossible. I just think it a gross misrepresentation to say we got nothing out of Ray.
Baby, on the other hand, has played hard, but the results just aren't there.
Kristic has had plenty of experience plus they just came off a week's practice, so I say put him out there, and tell him to shoot, and tell Rondo to look for him underneath, catch the Heat napping.Ski on Twitter