“It’s irrelevant. Try to do it in a winning effort so it’s really irrelevant.” – O'Brien on McRoberts' career-high
Look at face value I get what he is saying, we lost so anyone's stat's are irrelevant.
But why go out of your way to put down a guy who really tried his best? 9 of his points came in the first quarter when he was trying to keep the team in the game.
Why is it I just get the feeling that if Danny Granger had a career high or if Troy Murphy got a career high this wouldn't be the statement that was made?
My thought is that Jim might have gotten a question as to why he wasn't giving Josh more playing time and he took offense.
Like I said, I understand the statement I just wonder why it had to be made?