Considering the fact that he only takes a lot of shots if the team "runs bad" i.e. the offense is not firing on all cylinders.
Considering he gladly passes off to "open" players of JO (see his Assist)
Considering winning is ALL important to Ron
Considering his strength and pride lies in defense, not offense, and
Considering he has never said he wanted to be 1st or 2nd option, he only said(says) that they should go to him when things are on the line.
I think Ron does not care one bit if he were 5th option in offense, providing the others "do their job".
His assistnumbers wouldn't be where they are if he were unwilling to share, unlike some.
It is more the blackhole mentality on some on the team that he is objecting to and then he says that he is a better option (which happens to be true).
Ron's only "revolt" from the offense has been one shared by the others on the team, they feel they can do a lot more then half-court grind out.
Yes, with Tins this team can run, something we missed more then most of you are considering against Detroit, we simply did not have our speed in the offense, resulting in a ready defense, and grindout play that does not really work against Detroit.
Ron merely tried to force in some games and not in others, what no one seems to notice is that A. a lot of Ron's shots are "winding down shotclock shots", B. When we win he takes more then when we lose:
Detroit series: Game 1 win, 6 - 23, Game 2 Loss, 5 - 21, Game 3 Loss, 4 - 13, Game 4 Win, 8 - 19, Game 5 Loss, 4 - 15, Game 6 Loss, 4 - 13
Ron does sometimes (a lot of times) save us, he creates when all else fails and then often "saves the day" he is not the type of player that demands shots, or turns into a black hole.
He averages 3.2 Ast over the Playoffs, #3 on the team.