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Old 10-30-2006, 08:29 PM   #1
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Question How about Small Ball?

The Sonics are weak in the middle and even weaker with Swift out
for the season. The team seems better suited to play a run and
gun Suns style ball..

How about these starting lineups:

PG Luke Ridnour
SG Earl Watson
SF Ray Allen
PF Rashard Lewis
C Chris Wilcox

or

PG Luke Ridnour
SG Ray Allen
SF Rashard Lewis
PF Chris Wilcox
C Nick Collison
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Sonics tried run and gun last year


And they were HORRIBLE on defense

They gonna need to play some D this year...And Coach Hill is making that happen
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The Sonics are weak in the middle and even weaker with Swift out
for the season. The team seems better suited to play a run and
gun Suns style ball..

How about these starting lineups:

PG Luke Ridnour
SG Earl Watson
SF Ray Allen
PF Rashard Lewis
C Chris Wilcox

or

PG Luke Ridnour
SG Ray Allen
SF Rashard Lewis
PF Chris Wilcox
C Nick Collison

hill will try to develop the bigs that we have

we could play some uptempo hoops though and if its not there go inside outside with wilcox.

if that doesnt work, i wouldnt mind trying the small ball again-- could be different with wilcox...

we'll see how it unfolds
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Old 11-14-2006, 08:39 PM   #4
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Thumbs up Sonics run well and have bigs who slam

like Chris Wilcox and Rashard Lewis. They are not a half court or
defensive team. Small ball suits this team.
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