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X Factors for Next Season 1 week 5 days ago #351479

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IMO Heron did not play like a five Star offensively last year and unless he improves on certain things ,he is not a star, good yes. Remember he got the ball off doubleteams of Ponds.LJ is IMO more of a threat to become a star this season because of his basketball smarts and skill set.Definitely need a third scorer, but my money is on the defensive chaos creating easy baskets for the offense.Of course need a strong rebounder to prevent 2nd and 3rd shots by opposition,hope we have one.
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X Factors for Next Season 1 week 5 days ago #351480

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Anderson is the x factor. How well he melds us into team ball and if we develop an identity. Looking forward to hopefully to not being a lot of running down and chucking crap shots and hopefully offensive rebounding
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X Factors for Next Season 1 week 5 days ago #351486

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mjmaherjr wrote: Anderson is the x factor. How well he melds us into team ball and if we develop an identity. Looking forward to hopefully to not being a lot of running down and chucking crap shots and hopefully offensive rebounding


Amen. I am not aware of any actual medical studies, but I believe teams "chucking crap shots" impacts the overall health of their fan base.

It's gotta be true.
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X Factors for Next Season 1 week 5 days ago #351488

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mjmaherjr wrote: Anderson is the x factor. How well he melds us into team ball and if we develop an identity. Looking forward to hopefully to not being a lot of running down and chucking crap shots and hopefully offensive rebounding


You can take the hopefully out......we will be a team. How good, I don’t know, but Anderson did not go to the Mullin School of Coaching.
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X Factors for Next Season 1 week 5 days ago #351489

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X Factors for Next Season 1 week 5 days ago #351490

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Logen wrote:

mjmaherjr wrote: Anderson is the x factor. How well he melds us into team ball and if we develop an identity. Looking forward to hopefully to not being a lot of running down and chucking crap shots and hopefully offensive rebounding


You can take the hopefully out......we will be a team. How good, I don’t know, but Anderson did not go to the Mullin School of Coaching.

even the games we were winning last year I didn’t enjoy some of the wins because it was just like a mush mash to me. A few of the Lavin Years was like that also. Not all but a few. It will be so nice to hopefully sit back and enjoy what I’m seeing even if it doesn’t translate to big wins right away .
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X Factors for Next Season 1 week 5 days ago #351493

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mjmaherjr wrote:

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mjmaherjr wrote: Anderson is the x factor. How well he melds us into team ball and if we develop an identity. Looking forward to hopefully to not being a lot of running down and chucking crap shots and hopefully offensive rebounding


You can take the hopefully out......we will be a team. How good, I don’t know, but Anderson did not go to the Mullin School of Coaching.

even the games we were winning last year I didn’t enjoy some of the wins because it was just like a mush mash to me. A few of the Lavin Years was like that also. Not all but a few. It will be so nice to hopefully sit back and enjoy what I’m seeing even if it doesn’t translate to big wins right away .


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X Factors for Next Season 1 week 5 days ago #351494

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mjmaherjr wrote:

Logen wrote:

mjmaherjr wrote: Anderson is the x factor. How well he melds us into team ball and if we develop an identity. Looking forward to hopefully to not being a lot of running down and chucking crap shots and hopefully offensive rebounding


You can take the hopefully out......we will be a team. How good, I don’t know, but Anderson did not go to the Mullin School of Coaching.

even the games we were winning last year I didn’t enjoy some of the wins because it was just like a mush mash to me. A few of the Lavin Years was like that also. Not all but a few. It will be so nice to hopefully sit back and enjoy what I’m seeing even if it doesn’t translate to big wins right away .


Very much agree, I feel for the first time, really since Louie, we have a professional coach. Mahoney was a pro but not a head coach. Roberts was also a pro but certainly even more so, not a head coach. The other four brought their own baggage with them and eventually (or sooner) imploded. For me, these next few years, at least, are going to be a pleasure. To paraphrase your thought, I found it difficult at times to root for and invest in emotionally even our occasional better teams over the last few coaches.
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