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Old 07-03-2012, 02:00 PM   #19
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Default Re: Lakers interested in Mo Williams

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Originally Posted by DKLaker
Even the strongest defensive coach is supposed to know how to run an offense......at the very least a pick & roll plus a few more plays......this is the NBA not YMCA. Mike Brown has no system so implementation is the last thing that should worry you

But when we first had Ramon Sessions, I felt like the offense finally kicked off.

You remember when he had those basic plays where he'd drive in half way, enough to draw a double, then would kick it out, then the extra pass....it was beautiful.

And sorry but the system was good enough to beat the thunder. Coach Mike Brown had something that worked. But when you have Kobe turning it over at the end, and Pau playing like a girl, doesn't matter what coach you have then anyways.
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