Bradley- pick n roll game decision making (shoot or drive or pass KNOW WHEN AND WHAT IS BEST)
Get your free throws and free throw % up
Develop a floater (had too many bad drives for layups blocked or hitting under the rim)
(Joe Dumars is my role model for him. Joe didn't take threes on their championship teams. He got to the line where he shot 90%. He also didn't avg 14ppg or more until he was 24. Bradley is 22 and had 9ppg last year? He's on pace)
Jeff Green- Continue to grow ballz
You can impose you're will on any game, you just don't always believe it. Don't worry, who cares, ball hard. You got to pay the cost to be the boss! You need to take every matchup as a personal insult and destroy him! NO MR. NICE GUY! And box out hard. That's all I have to say.You got everything! Just perfect those skills you already have so that you have moves you're extremely confident in. Post up smalls, take bigs out on the perimeter.
Rondo- Don't overheat. Easier said than done. Take all you're frustration out on the OPPOSITION not the refs (they will get you back) or your team (Fans will notice and hate you for dissing players and management) Predetermine that its not worth it for ANY reason. Go to your happy place. Lol
Seriously, anger management is your biggest obstacle. Your rep there ultimately affects your future earnings.
Sullinger- You need to pattern your game after Elton Brand as best you can. Beat taller players off the dribble for floaters and shoot the lights out from the elbow when open. Develop a reliable turnaround baseline jumper and up and under counter move to draw fouls. Fake turnaround step through hook shot off the glass might be a good move for you against 7 footers.
Lee- Keep shooting till you get it right!
That's it for now. I will have to get more familiar with the other guys.