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Old 04-24-2008, 02:45 PM   #76
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Default Re: Round 1, Sixers-Pistons: Game 2 WED 7:30pm ET

Originally Posted by KempSonics
Yeah Rip is terrible

He had some of the best shooting %'s of his career. He probably did have the best shooting season of his career. He played less minutes because of all the blowouts and still avg. more assists. He never takes a game off. He always steps up in the playoffs. He works hard on defense.

Are you actually watching any games?

I know I know. He's a great SG. I just would rather have a low post scorer than a Rip Hamilton. If Tayshaun were the second option instead of Rip I think we'd see more scoring in the paint. Tayshaun can post up and is a good passer.

Instead our whole offense is shooting jumpshots. It works great when we're shooting well but if we're off we'll just keep firing. What seperates the Celtics at this point is that they attack the basket much better than we do.
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Old 04-24-2008, 02:56 PM   #77
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Default Re: Round 1, Sixers-Pistons: Game 2 WED 7:30pm ET

Stuckey is the answer if you want to attack the basket.
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