Bobcats vs. Celtics

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    Re: Bobcats vs. Celtics

    In response to Fierce34's comment:

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    CHA attacking the rim, and we're shooting 3's. This is the usual result. Gettnig out-hussled too.

     



    It's ok to shoot 3s, if you can make them.

     

    But this Celtics team is not a good 3-point shooting team.

     

    The reason why the Celts were so impressive the last game was because they shot 60% the whole game.

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    As a team but we do have Jeff Green in the middle of the pack doing his part and oh ... look who's #2 on the list ... What would we do with Anthony Morrow?  Hahaha ... right again!

    http://espn.go.com/nba/statistics/player/_/stat/3-points

    3-point Field Goal Percentage Leaders - Qualified   PER GAME TOTAL   ADJ RK PLAYER TEAM GP PPG 3PM 3PA 3PM 3PA 3P% 2PM 2PA 2P% PPS FG% 1 Pablo Prigioni, PG NY 6 4.5 1.2 2 7 10 .700 3 6 .500 1.69 .844 2 Anthony Morrow, SG NO 8 9.4 1.9 3 15 24 .625 14 26 .538 1.50 .730 3 Patty Mills, PG SA 8 7.8 1.5 3 12 20 .600 10 26 .385 1.35 .609 4 Mario Chalmers, PG MIA 8 10.4 1.9 3 15 26 .577 10 30 .333 1.48 .580   O.J. Mayo, SG MIL 6 16.5 2.5 4 15 26 .577 21 53 .396 1.25 .551 6 Mike Miller, SF MEM 7 8.6 2.0 4 14 25 .560 6 16 .375 1.46 .659 7 Kevin Martin, SG MIN 8 24.6 3.0 5 24 43 .558 39 94 .415 1.44 .547 8 Kyle Korver, SG ATL 7 13.9 2.7 5 19 35 .543 17 29 .586 1.52 .711 9 Jae Crowder, SF DAL 8 8.9 1.6 3 13 24 .542 15 24 .625 1.48 .719 10 E'Twaun Moore, PG ORL 8 7.9 0.9 2 7 13 .538 17 35 .486 1.31 .573   PER GAME TOTAL   ADJ RK PLAYER TEAM GP PPG 3PM 3PA 3PM 3PA 3P% 2PM 2PA 2P% PPS FG% 11 Maurice Harkless, SF ORL 8 9.3 1.0 2 8 15 .533 18 41 .439 1.32 .536 12 Gary Neal, SG MIL 6 14.3 2.2 4 13 25 .520 16 44 .364 1.25 .514 13 Wesley Matthews, SG POR 7 15.9 2.4 5 17 33 .515 23 39 .590 1.54 .674 14 Lance Stephenson, SG IND 8 14.3 2.3 4 18 35 .514 27 59 .458 1.21 .574 15 LeBron James, SF MIA 8 25.5 1.8 4 14 28 .500 61 100 .610 1.59 .641   Dorell Wright, SF POR 7 6.1 1.4 3 10 20 .500 4 9 .444 1.48 .655   P.J. Tucker, SF PHX 7 8.1 1.3 3 9 18 .500 12 33 .364 1.12 .500   Chris Bosh, C MIA 7 17.3 1.1 2 8 16 .500 32 57 .561 1.66 .603 19 Steve Blake, PG LAL 9 9.4 2.4 5 22 45 .489 7 31 .226 1.12 .526 20 Jose Calderon, PG DAL 8 10.3 2.6 5 21 43 .488 5 22 .227 1.26 .562   PER GAME TOTAL   ADJ RK PLAYER TEAM GP PPG 3PM 3PA 3PM 3PA 3P% 2PM 2PA 2P% PPS FG% 21 Spencer Hawes, C PHI 8 15.8 1.8 4 14 29 .483 35 62 .565 1.38 .615 22 Jeff Green, SG BOS 8 16.9 1.6 3 13 27 .481 32 71 .451 1.38 .526 23 Jodie Meeks, SG LAL 9 13.0 2.2 5 20 42 .476 20 34 .588 1.54 .658 24 Danny Green, SG SA 8 9.8 2.1 5 17 36 .472 12 24 .500 1.30 .625 25 Klay Thompson, SG GS 8 19.6 3.0 6 24 51 .471 36 63 .571 1.38 .632   Nate Robinson, PG DEN 6 8.0 1.3 3 8 17 .471 9 31 .290 1.00 .438 27 Andre Iguodala, SF GS 8 14.3 1.9 4 15 32 .469 28 42 .667 1.54 .682 28 Jamal Crawford, SG LAC 8 16.6 2.6 6 21 45 .467 29 57 .509 1.30 .593   Mike Dunleavy, SF CHI 6 7.8 1.2 3 7 15 .467 9 22 .409 1.27 .527   George Hill, PG IND 5 11.8 1.4 3 7 15 .467 12 29 .414 1.34 .511   PER GAME TOTAL   ADJ RK PLAYER TEAM GP PPG 3PM 3PA 3PM 3PA 3P% 2PM 2PA 2P% PPS FG% 31 Arron Afflalo, SG ORL 8 19.5 2.3 5 18 39 .462 38 84 .452 1.27 .528   Rashard Lewis, PF MIA 7 4.7 0.9 2 6 13 .462 5 10 .500 1.43 .609 33 Josh McRoberts, PF CHA 7 9.0 1.6 3 11 24 .458 11 28 .393 1.21 .529 34 Damian Lillard, PG POR 7 21.1 3.6 8 25 55 .455 18 55 .327 1.35 .505   Bradley Beal, SG WSH 7 19.3 2.9 6 20 44 .455 29 79 .367 1.10 .480   Jeremy Lin, PG HOU 8 16.1 1.3 3 10 22 .455 32 55 .582 1.68 .610   Paul Millsap, PF ATL 7 18.6 0.7 2 5 11 .455 44 78 .564 1.46 .579 38 Stephen Curry, PG GS 7 20.0 3.4 8 24 53 .453 25 45 .556 1.43 .622 39 Joe Johnson, SG BKN 6 13.2 1.5 3 9 20 .450 19 37 .514 1.39 .570 40 Marco Belinelli, SG SA 8 7.3 1.0 2 8 18 .444 15 34 .441 1.12 .519
     
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    Re: Bobcats vs. Celtics

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    We don't have Anthony Morrow.

    I know you wanted to sign Morrow, but you are not Danny Ainge.

     

     

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    Stop complaining ... I'm not R9R either ....


    Morrow's a FA in 2014 if he doesn't excercise his P.O. @ $1.1MM ... Pretty cheap for a SG stroking the three at a .625 clip.


    Another undervalued very affectiveplayer that could help at Center is Spencer Hawes ... 8th in Rbds with 10.8/gm within 1 rb/gm of Drummond and Vucevic, Tied for third in Double Doubles, Tied for 8th in Blocks/Gm with Howard and D. Jordan and a FA in 2014 with a current salary of $6.6MM and only 25 y.o.

     
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    Re: Bobcats vs. Celtics

    Fierce, I think you need to develop a bench with solid role players too who specialize in something.

    Rondo won a championship also passing to Perkins, E. House, James Posey and Tony Allen.  So, you need to have solid role players to win.

    Hawes is a better center option than was Perk and than Oly and Fav today.  I'd take the other 2008 role players than today's bench guys.  Today's bench guys have no identity.

    You knew what you were going to get from House, PJ Brown, Cassell, Tony Allen, Posey and Leon.  You don't know what you're going to get from our role players today.

     
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    Re: Bobcats vs. Celtics

    Unwatchable game. Sully could have been the difference on this one

     
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    Re: Bobcats vs. Celtics

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    Unwatchable game. Sully could have been the difference on this one

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    Hindsight is always 20/20. Brad should have played Faverani on Jefferson at the end.

     
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    Re: Bobcats vs. Celtics

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    Fierce, I think you need to develop a bench with solid role players too who specialize in something.

    Rondo won a championship also passing to Perkins, E. House, James Posey and Tony Allen.  So, you need to have solid role players to win.

    Hawes is a better center option than was Perk and than Oly and Fav today.  I'd take the other 2008 role players than today's bench guys.  Today's bench guys have no identity.

    You knew what you were going to get from House, PJ Brown, Cassell, Tony Allen, Posey and Leon.  You don't know what you're going to get from our role players today.

     




    +1  Exactly ... Someone else here who knows how to rebuild and develop a reliable "team."

     

    By the time you get those star players (KG, PP, RA) the role players you need/want aren't always available. Had Danny been able to find what we needed after the fact we'd have 2-3 championships with that trio. Maybe it's best to get those players when they are available and very affordable as options on players like these don't come along when you need them most. Marrow @ $1.1MM or more to get him and Hawes whose coming into his prime at 25 y.o. for $6MM (more to sign him) are relative bargains that establish a core until we sign the other 2 stars we need. If we are already assured of one in the 2014 draft as you think and have the ability to sign a FA or work a S&T with our TPE this summer then these two guys can make a big difference leaving us maybe one player short.

    Hawes is in the top 6 of all centers in scoring and rebounding among the best centers in the league ... names bandied around these pages all the time as guys we should trade for ... Horford, Vucevic, Kanter, Cousins, Gasol (both), Pekovic, Lopez, Jordan, Gortat & Drummond.
     When Hawes gets scooped up by another smart GM and becomes an intricate piece in attaining a championship the same posters will wonder why we didn't go after him when we had a chance.

    http://espn.go.com/nba/statistics/player/_/stat/scoring-per-game/position/centers

     
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    Re: Bobcats vs. Celtics

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    Unwatchable game. Sully could have been the difference on this one

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    Hindsight is always 20/20. Brad should have played Faverani on Jefferson at the end.

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    Or maybe from beginning to end!! as Fav was the best for the C's along with Crawford.. 

     
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