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DanH
Ball Don't Lie wrote:


Why? He's great. 



He doesnt shoot because he cant shoot. If they had a competent PG who could hit 3's like FVV they'd be so much better. 
 
 


Yeah, Rubio shot 6/17 in this one.  Him NOT shooting was not their problem.
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deaner
DanH wrote:


Yeah, Rubio shot 6/17 in this one.  Him NOT shooting was not their problem.


Raptors were daring Ricky to shoot for the entire game.
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elT
I don't like Gobert because I don't like Gobert, there really isn't much to it, I find him annoying and repulsive. And his game is limited, he is one of the last guys I'd want on my team in this modern bball. Mentioned it before, Utah should trade him ASAP before his value tanks and try to get another star to pair with Mitchell.

Yes, Rubio took 'enough shots' this game, and he does that 'often enough' but he also passes/dribbles out of shots often and isn't nearly as aggressive as he could and should be. He has stuck with that mindset for far too long, now his overall scoring game is limited and even when he does take enough shots, they are often result of a lukewarm attack. It is just frustrating to see that level of talent go to waste for such a lame reason.
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CobraKing
Ball Don't Lie wrote:
I think that its clear now how we need to create offence with Kyle is out. Siakim needs to be the clear cut 2nd option rather than FVV/Serge pick and rolls. Get Siakim more involved on screen roll and get him a head start going to the bucket. 

Kawhi is phenomenal. Hopefully Kyle doesn't rush back just to play vs Demar like he did against his home town team a week ago. 


@Ball Don't Lie - I'd be legitimately concerned about Lowry throwing away the game.
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