"I don't always shoot the ball, but when I do -- who am I kidding; I always shoot the damn ball." - The most Josh Howard man in the world Mandatory Credit: Soobum Im-US PRESSWIRE
We just went over how the Utah Jazz were super heavy inside. I think Kevin O'Connor has done a very underrated and under appreciated job this off-season with the moves he has made to make us better. I think more than last season we are a better balanced team that can space the floor and be effective in a number of ways. (For example we got rid of a wing who couldn't make a three for his life and could only score inside, but goofed up transition buckets in Josh Howard; and instead we made moves to guy guys who CAN hit threes in Mo Williams, Marvin Williams, and Kevin Murphy) With this new idea of floor balance and capability . . . what do you want to see more of next year?
I want to see more . . .
three point attempts (inc plays to get guys open for threes). (77 votes)
pick and rolls, we comically did not do much of this. (70 votes)
running. These guys are young and faster than the other team, push the pace! (103 votes)
post ups and isolations to our bigmen down low, if it's not completely broken, don't try to fit it! (3 votes)
Kobe System, but make it the Favors / Hayward / Burks / Kanter system. I don't care about play types, get them the ball. (22 votes)
I am Uncle Dale, and what is this? (7 votes)
282 total votes