Whos guarding Brooks, or not guarding him it looks like from the box score.
Nice steal, Pendy
I don't get how people wouldn't trade a 1st for Brooks.
Chris Kramer is a ****ing warrior. I love Kramer. He won't make the team I'm sure, but dang, he is the kind of guy every one would love to have on their team.
I woke up OJ
Last edited by pacer4ever; 07-13-2012 at 03:17 PM.
When Lance is tired he stands so tall on defense and I think even I could drive on him then
Yes, I have watched the games. Actually, scratch that. I'm not watching the games. I'm watching Plumlee since when Plumlee is in I'm only watching him in order to see how he moves off-ball, how active he is in setting screens, how he tries to work around block outs etc.
Plumlee is not missing easy shots. He is usually missing running hooks. He is missing some moves that he starts from the high post. But he doesn't miss a lot of low post moves and bunnies. And his FG% reflects that.
Yes, he has missed two dunks over those 5 games. A put-back dunk and the one he missed before. And? Drummond has missed more.
The thing is that Plumlee has been a pretty effective scorer in the Summer League and what you're saying has no statistical or anecdotal basis.
Wow, Lance could definitely do some things this year.
With 34 points in today's game, MarShon Brooks has tied the all-time single game scoring record set by Pacers legend Travis Diener.
Because you said that he has missed more bunnies in 5 games than the average NBA player should. So, you brought other players up first. That's why I'm mentioning other players.
Define "a lot".
He has missed 2 dunks. A put-back one and the one he did today.
He has also missed 2 bunnies. One scoop and one that he missed earlier today. Want to include the reverse layup that Shengelia blocked? Fine, the number goes up to 3.
He has had 2 bad games FG%-wise. Game 1 and Game 2. The shots he has missed were rarely easy shots or shots around the basket.
He has missed a lot of running hooks either going towards the basket either going towards his right. But those shots were guarded and he wasn't within 2 feet like you claimed.
So, what you said was hardly a fact.