“He passes, he makes other guys better and he can score the ball as well. With that freshman adjustment, it’s all about how quickly you adjust to the speed of the game and the length of the players on the court,” Jordan said. “We know he has good vision and passing ability. Kids come in as freshmen like Trey and they don’t know what to say from a leadership standpoint, so they’re just listening and that’s where the other guys come in and show them the ropes.”
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|4 years 50 weeks ago||Minor bug||On page one of the board, the diaries displayed under new are different (I think more current) than those displayed when you get to page two of the board.|
|4 years 50 weeks ago||Unnecessary step||Not a bug, just a suggestion. After I click on "more" in the MgoBoard tab I first have to view a screen where the board folder is shown and the number of topics, etc. This doesn't provide much useful information and just forces me to click again to get to the actual threads. Would it be possible to skip this entry page?|
|4 years 50 weeks ago||I like Grady a lot||
Not because he had a good season by any means last year, but
because he was the only one who didn't make me nervous handling the
ball against any kind of pressure and whose speed helped him create
space. He should be spending the off-season shooting 15 foot pull-up
jumpers until his arms fall off. I'm hesitant about LLP simply because for me he's a complete unknown.
|4 years 50 weeks ago||subject line||Good stuff. Though for the life of me I can't figure out why he'd have the ability to find diamonds in the rough but not spot obvious talent. Maybe just a preference for the underdog?|
|4 years 50 weeks ago||It was less a comment on...||
...Joe's drafting acumen than on the fact that the media has anointed him the bargain-hunter of the NBA no matter how he drafts. So we're sort of on the same page, except I don't think Joe has drafted poorly of late considering his starting position.