Originally Posted by KnicksFan4Life
Believe it or not jackass Iverson is not i for every minute of the game. When Salmons came in the ball was distributed more, and other players could score. Iverson does run up the court and take a quick jumper most of the time. If Iguodala gets in on the perimeter, he wont shoot because his jumper isn't developed. But 9 out of 10 times he will drive to the hoop. Watching 1 or 2 games does not make you a genius.
John Salmons distrubted the ball when he came in? What games were you watching. Salmons was the definition of a blackhole this season because he was playing like a contract year player looking to get paid.
Iggy wouldn't shoot from the perimeter. Iggy took two types of shots all season. The corner 3 and a dunk. That's it. His mid-range game was hot and cold at times, but he rarely if ever used it. When he did drive, nowhere near 90% of the time, he would usually shy away from contact and kick it out or stop dead and bail out. How many times can you remember Iggy throwing down on someone in the half-court set and this is the guy that was second in the league in dunks as far as I know.
Again, Iggy didn't shoot because he's a passive player and has always been even before Allen Iverson played with him. That's the type of player he is. Maybe when you were watching all those games, you should have been playing closer attention.