Originally Posted by RecSpecs110
But the statistics show that when Devin shoots a high percentage and scores 30+, we win. And when he is not able to score, we usually lose. He is the bulk of our offense. It runs through him. The whole point of it is for the ball to be in his hands for the majority of the time and for him to drive in and score/kick to open players.
Kidd and RJ needed to go. Let it go. It was a failed experiment, and we were over the luxury tax.
But we can't expect Devin to put up huge numbers every night, can we? Look at the Lakers, they are rolling even if Kobe Bryant is having a bad shooting night. What if both Carter and Harris are not doing well for some games?