NovU wrote:The Lakers look somewhat like the Heat 2 seasons ago at about the same time of the year.
Brown has been consistent in saying Nash has the green light to run whatever offense he wants to run, adding that Nash didn't want to play pick-and-roll because it wears him out.
"It's not that it wears me out," Nash said. "Right now I want to try to get the offense going, get the guys comfortable, get everyone's confidence up. We'll find a happy medium at some time down the road."
Said Brown: "We can say, 'Steve, go play pick-and-roll.'….He did it in Phoenix for a long time. They won a lot of games. It was fun to watch. Where were they in May?"
"It's not that it wears me out," Nash said. "Right now I want to try to get the offense going, get the guys comfortable, get everyone's confidence up. We'll find a happy medium at some time down the road.
Qballer wrote:Nash was way more effective holding the ball like he normally does instead of dumpiong it off and standing around the perimeter. it'll take time for them to figure it out
Kenny on Create A Legend mode wrote:I was fumbling around with the controls and making a lot of mistakes. If you’re about realism in NBA games, but you lack the experience in this type of game mode, I’d suggest starting with a player like Kwame; it really does feel like an authentic experience straight off the bat.
SteveHTOWN wrote:Aside from the turnovers, you can't put much blame on Kobe for the losses. Lakers bench is just horrible. I very curious where the Lakers will stand in December.
dare wrote:It's obvious the team doesn't want to play hard with Brown coaching, his going to be fire but we might wait a little longer.
Even Kobe would do as a coach
Andrew wrote:I'm surprised whispers of Phil Jackson's name haven't begun yet.
Did mike brown really get fired. Geeeeez. Dammmmmmmmm Wow Bring on Brian shaw
Adrian Wojnarowski: As Lakers meet w/ Phil Jackson today, they've declined meetings w/ any other candidates, source says. "They're all in on Phil," source says.
Mike Bresnahan: The Lakers have not contacted Mike D'Antoni, The Times has learned, increasing the already strong chances of the return of Phil Jackson.
Phil Jackson has emerged as the clear leading candidate to be the Lakers' next coach, and two people connected to the 11-time champion coach told CBSSports.com Saturday that all indications point to Jackson wanting the job. "Phil wants it," one of the people with ties to Jackson said.
Nick wrote:*shrug* 2012 is a great draft, and that's that.
Jae wrote:You have become the American koberulz
Sauru wrote:its a no contest imo. hell i think anyone who thinks this team could beat that team dont know shit about basketball. then again it depends on the rules
dare wrote:Do you guys think this was planned much earlier even before Brown's firing? I mean they won't fire a coach if they don't have someone much greater to replace.
SteveHTOWN wrote:dare wrote:Do you guys think this was planned much earlier even before Brown's firing? I mean they won't fire a coach if they don't have someone much greater to replace.
From reading this article I'd say they were in contact with Phil all the time.
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