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Discussion in 'March 2010' started by roscoe36, Nov 3, 2009.
Ben Gordon cant be Ben Gordon playing 20 minutes a game either. He needs 30+.
He's no worse than Daye or Hamilton. Bengo can feed the post, and he is a willing passer. I don't think anyone is going to confuse him with John Stockton, but we have other guys on this team who make me cringe every time they put the ball on the floor.
Is that supposed to make me feel better....... Scoe, my brother how on earth would you know that, Chicago never had a post player and we darn sure don't have one, Kwame doesn't count, they allow him to catch the ball in the post, heck they beg and plead for us to throw him the ball. Rodney Stuckey is one of those players I put in that category.
i almost posted that exact comment last night... i played IM's on the lowest of lowest level's in college, never played highschool ball at all... and i dribble the ball better uncontested then he does. If the ref's had the nerve to call it, they could call palming or double dribble everytime he brings the ball up the court.
Man...it's a good thing I was working and missed this game. I already hate CLE. Then, losing to CLE...THEN, getting jobbed against CLE. I think I would have had an aneurysm and destroyed my big screen. I can't stand them....
My point exactly.
You know, as much crap as I talk about Rodney Stuckey, he honestly isn't the fall guy here. I truly believe it's been Ben Godon's inability to be...well...Ben Gordon that is costing us, his ineptness on the court is actually costing us wins.....or is Ben so committed to Joe that he's the only true Tanker on the team????? Ben Gordon......SUPER-GENIUS!
You can't use this as an excuse forever, but I don't believe Ben Gordon is completely healthy yet. He made the mistake of trying to comeback too soon from the ankle injury, only to reaggravate it. Once he's back to 100%, I'll take Gordon over Rip Hamilton any day.
I know he isn't this bad. I mean, he did have 5 years of a solid track record to go on.
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