Overall its a good thing that the Jazz have Carlos boozer and hes scoring and rebounding away like normal, but is it 'good' for the jazz. I wouldnt know really too much on the matter of how well he played last night but Andrei kirilenkos stats were nothing like before booz got back... Thats good in most ways but think about it, Andrei being the biatch he is (at times) isnt gunna like not getting as many rebounds or points and i mean Booz is a machine when it comes to things like that so he isnt gunna get many. Do you guys rekon this will make him wanna get traded out again, or was it just maybe a bad night for AK... i know what i think but what do you guys think??
I think that yes, Kirilenko was rebounding more when Boozer was out and it was because Boozer wasn't right there bossing the post. But I also think AK is smart enough to realise that once Boozer came back he wasn't gonna have as much a say and wasn't gonna rebound as much as he did. Not really a big issue, looks like they'll both do their thing come the regular season and neither will get in the way of each other to the point of anything as serious as another trade request or anything.
Brewer tends to hang out on the bottom (baseline) corners of the paint and then cuts to the center so he can catch and finish. That is why I like Andrei with him on the court, he can get the ball right to him with a nice traffic pass.
But sometimes Brewer would do well to dish once more to an open Boozer for the finish. Granted a second option for him, but if he can do it, all the better.
I really like his movement though, especially on defense and transition. Williams, Brewer, AK could really get out and run with the best of em. Especially with Brewer/AK defense to start to offense. Boozer, Okur can take care of the half court sets with pick and rolls with Williams.
Yeah I like the cutters that come back from the baseline, it's a nice move that passers must love. For a starting 2, the passing would be good to see but he probably isn't using passing enough because he's spent a lot of time being an energy player off the bench and wants to get the ball and score.