how do you interpret this?
"(Earl) Watson has often been accused of trying to force matters when running the offense. After throwing a second-quarter pass directly to Charlotte's Bernard Robinson on an ill-advised drive and then missing a 7-foot hook, Watson was replaced by Ridnour. Watson played the final 2:47 of the first half and finished with three turnovers and two assists in 11 minutes." Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"Watson then said that perhaps Wilks is better suited to be the backup point guard. "Mike might be better for that role," he said. "Fifteen, 20 minutes, that's a better role for Mike than it is for me. Best role for me? I don't know, but that's a better role for Mike. My role has been inconsistent anyway. I don't know what my role is, that's for (Hill) to decide. "I turned the ball over (in the first half) but everybody turned the ball over." Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Bob Hill: "I don't like to bring money up, but you get paid to play hard. Don't you?" he said. "If you are going to get paid all this money, then that's the least you should do is play hard. We have a tendency too often to just go out there and play and think, 'Well, we're the Sonics.' And I don't know why they would think that at 1-4 (record). If we get double-teamed, we pout, or if we don't get enough touches, we pout. I don't need it and I am not going to tolerate it." Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"After not playing in the second half in favor or Mike Wilks, Earl Watson said that he is not happy with his role on the team and insinuated that he may need to be traded. When we asked him about being benched, Earl said Wilks may be better suited for the 10-15 minute a game role than Earl. He also said he may be better suited to play elsewhere. I am uploading the audio of the interview so you can listen for yourself to his answers, which were wry but direct at the same time." Tacoma News Tribune