Re: compulsory reading for rondo critics
posted at 1/27/2011 8:56 AM EST
In Response to Re: compulsory reading for rondo critics
[QUOTE]This thread will go to sewer -- I know it's directed to Dudder. It's hard to measure Rondos skills. He is a complementary type player. Surround him with 4 future hall of Famers and he will shine. We don't know the degree of his skills if the Celtics will build a team (start from scratch & he is the star PG). You can measure Rose skills with Chicago team & Chris Paul in his hornet. These teams are 2nd tier but try to measure a PG with a 1st tier team like the Celtics...you will get lost. All I know, Rose and Paul both highly picked at the draft. Therefore, measured and decided to be a premier & franchise PG. The article is bias & Boston based. Dudder is clear, he said: To me it is very simple - the degree to which he can be overrated is not even measurable. Put him on a bad team and he is exposed - shelter him on a good team and he is covered up." no hate here, just highly educated analysis.
Posted by CHEisCHE[/QUOTE]
Well Che to me it is obvious that barring injury or other problems which he looks like he has none of...Rondo will be in the hall of fame. I thought the same thing when I watched him his first season with the young guys he was playing with.
I think he plays the point guard position in a way that takes advantage of his enormous physical and intellectual talent and the critics on here can't see that there is a new, better,Rondo way to play the point. And it is definitely working and is definitely measurable in wins, steals, assists, team assists, and the comments of almost every professional pundit, Doc, Heinsohn, Cousy, Barkley, etc. etc. etc.
Dudder is way off the mark. He almost stands alone in his opinion. Not totally alone as he has a former high school point guard on here and a couple of others with him. His final assessment was made too early in Rondo's career and he has not changed a lick since.
His analysis may be educated but what do they call highly educated people who get stuck in their own education and can't solve problems for beans when it doesn't fit their educated model? I'll help you. The are called educated fools.
The only good news we have is now that Perk is back we can expect a flurry of anti Perk posts from Dudder.