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So it's Bird's fault when Bird was here, but Simon's fault now that Walsh is back? Take off your Walsh colored glasses.
Maybe I didn't make it clear or you read my statement incorrectly. I said the buck stops with Walsh as he's in charge. The buck stopped with with Bird when Bird was in charge.
My glasses are fine, I have no problem seeing the problem is Walsh's poor decision making. Not to mention, I stated awhile back that I'd rather have Bird back than have Walsh, and that comes from someone who wasn't a Bird the FO guy fan. I vehemently voiced my displeasure about Walsh being brought back by Simon. My concerns have been more than justified by Walsh's decision making. I can only hope Walsh being back in charge is a ONE N DONE! I'm not sure the Pacers franchise can afford more Walsh decision making.
Walsh's revamped bench was 4-16 or 25% FG shooting last night. Walsh's 2 overpaid 22 mil starters of Hill 5-15 33% FG and Hibbert 3-10 30% FG.
J McGee 20 pts on 9-9 shooting in 30 min at 10 mil. Denver's FO didn't overpay to keep McGee.
No doubt, but Miller murdered I think at least three guys assigned to him in the second half and anybody else who temporarily had him due to a switch or rotations. Must be such a luxury to have a vet PG who can actually influence a game when you need help off the bench.
A luxury the Pacers/Walsh obviously didn't acquire.
Don't be surprised if it comes and goes, and goes, and goes without any roster moves.
I can see that happening, but a brick wall shouldn't have to fall on Walsh to see the Pacers need a b/u PG.... desperately. I would hope the "lets wait and see attitude" would be abandoned for some action in improving the b/u PG position.
I wouldn't mind letting Stephenson have the b/u PG duty, especially if they could pick up Marshon Brooks for scoring off the bench. He's wasting away on the bench in Brooklyn. He could definately get some PT here.