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Old 01-24-2008, 09:22 PM   #46
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Default Re: Serious question: would the nuggets have been better if they had a real point gua

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They would be better off trading Carmelo for a true point guard and filling his spot with a forward who has an all-around game that includes defense and intelligence. You could put Stephen Hawking on the court with Carmelo, Iverson, JR SMith and Kenyon Martin, and they would still collectively be the dumbest team in basketball. Carmelo is also probably the league's most overrated player. They should try to trade him while people still actually give a **** about him. In two years, they won't.

LMAO how many times have you said that by now? 10 or 20 times? jeez, we get it ok, you hate Melo's guts, so stop using that lame a** excuse everytime a thread has any relations to Melo.
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Old 01-24-2008, 09:44 PM   #47
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Default Re: Serious question: would the nuggets have been better if they had a real point gua

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The pace hides it but a lot of times they're more consistent on defense than offense.


That's not true.

They are more inconsistent in defense than offense.

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Their offense has been disgusting a lot of games mostly because George Karl doesn't run plays. There is no system whatsoever and its by design.

Earlier in the season that might have been true but now they do run plays and is more versatile and flexible on their half court game compare to earlier this season but they do still continue to isolate their stars and while doing so stagnates the motion defense which continuer's to be a worry.

Hence why we continue to be 14th in the offensives efficiency in the league.
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Old 01-25-2008, 08:00 AM   #48
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Earlier in the season that might have been true but now they do run plays and is more versatile and flexible on their half court game compare to earlier this season but they do still continue to isolate their stars and while doing so stagnates the motion defense which continuer's to be a worry.

Hence why we continue to be 14th in the offensives efficiency in the league.
It wasn't true early in the season and it's not true now. People that make that claim either are making excuses for the players or just not paying attention to what they are watching.

The Nuggets simply do not have good PG play. Yes, that mean Allen Iverson is part of the problem. He's also splitting time at the spot with at least two other guys (Anthony Carter & Chucky Atkins) so Iverson isn't the only person at fault.
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Old 01-25-2008, 08:32 AM   #49
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were they better with andre miller (whim they traded for AI)?

Exactly. Andre Miller is a "true" and legit PG, so if the Nuggets wanted one, they shouldn't have traded him away for Iverson.
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Exactly. Andre Miller is a "true" and legit PG, so if the Nuggets wanted one, they shouldn't have traded him away for Iverson.
Iverson is still one of the biggest draws in the A.

When you gotta compete with the Denver Broncos for fan support you take things like that into account.
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Old 01-25-2008, 04:07 PM   #51
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Default Re: Serious question: would the nuggets have been better if they had a real point gua

@ joewait

you are just one bitter philly fan.. tsk tsk philly cant even make it to the playoffs in the EAST LMAO
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