Originally Posted by chips93
they have been doing this for years. people used to complain about david lee switching too much, same for melo, and amare. at some point you have to look at the players, and realise that they are the opnly constant.
you have changed coaches, and the problem persists? its likely the players' fault.
they are third in the league in offense, their defense is the problem, and they happen to play a lot of old guys, and a lot of habitually bad defenders.
woodson has been the defensive coach under d'antoni too.
landry fields was also constantly switching last year, did he switch off melo last night? hardly.
isn't it the coach's job to fix "bad habits"?
they've been playing the same way for the last years; switching like b!tches.