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Simply put though Roy wasn't getting it done offensively in the fourth quarter after the pacers went to him late and coming out of a couple of timeouts at the very least it was time to give the bal to someone else. he shot 4 of 13, which is horrible for a post player.
Not going to say much nor single out anyone in particular that stood out for the better or worst......we just aren't that good of a Team now.
Unfortunately, it's so bad for me ( and I'd guess many of you ) that I don't really care if they win or lose. I don't want the Team to intentionally lose games so that we tank.....I want the Team to always put their all into winning while being as competitive as can be...but at the same time, I'm not going to say that I don't mind that the Pacers lose games since losing games improves our chances in the lottery.
One more thing, are we so numb to losing games that we don't care about creating a Post-Game thread now?
Ash from Army of Darkness: Good...Bad...I'm the guy with the gun.
It was a good night. We lost while Philly, Detroit and Sacramento won.
John Wall, baby.
If we stay focused we have a legit shot at finishing with the 2nd worst record in the league this year.
Last edited by cinotimz; 02-10-2010 at 04:21 AM.
I've been down on Dunleavy all year but he did have one bright spot that I remember. Towards the end of third quarter, after a Bulls made basket, he seemed to look right at TJ, and then instead of passing it to him, inbounded the ball right to I believe it was D Jones... This was after TJ had shot the ball the previous 5 possessions in a row.
Dun was horrible. Maybe he's still hurting, but he sure isn't the same guy he was a couple years ago. The Bulls got away with playing a guy 6 inches shorter on some possessions. Blech.
I can deal with Roy's growing pains. He was barely missing on several shots, and this is a fine time to just let him get a better touch down low.
Rush is MIA on offense, and it wasn't because of missed shots. He's really frustating to watch on that end.
Also, playwise, I think Dunleavy has become a complete liability at both ends this year.
I'd rather give these minutes to anyone else at this point, honestly.
Dunleavy clearly doesn't want to play with him either. He quite often gets visibly frustrated with him. But to be honest, he (Dun) doesn't deserve the minutes. And it wouldn't be that bad to give TJ Dun's minutes.