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Funny we weren't saying this last pre-season when we looked like we were
headed to the top, then fizzled when the season started, Toronto knocked
our lite's out. We have been teaching fundamentals since Pitino got here
and we still can't run two offensive set's in a row. Thanks to Anderson.
Maybe Ricky likes to toy with projects. One glaring example is: Anderson
and Walker driving inside the red-woods for layups (without jumping because
they can't) and getting shots blocked easily, constantly. 20 games into the
season Pitino will say, well we have the nucleus of a good team, it may
take a season or two for the playoffs.
At 10:18 AM 10/17/99 -0500, you wrote:
>Great post! Post-season is simply teaching the fundamentals of the
>game, offense, defense, free throw shooting, and strategy. Furthermore,
>one should try to find the right chemistry of players that perform well
>together. The games should not be based upon wins. However, upon how
>the players adjust to the system.
>At this present time a coach is really not concern with who starts.
>He/she is trying various combinations based upon certain situations of
> I also must agree that we do not need Spree. Spree would put us back in
>the same boat as Mercer/Pierce/Walker and trying to determine if Walker
>can play power forward in order to put all three on the court at the same
>On Sun, 17 Oct 1999 22:24:22 -0300 "Cecil Wright" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>Some of you really crack me up. Judging our team , which has had all
>>preseason games, based on the team they are competing against in that
>>game. HOW RIDICULOUS IS THAT???? Trade for Spree. You bitch about
>>and then in the same breath want us to trade for a guy who is the
>>selfishness, based off of his most recent actions.
>>Honestly, if you have ever coached anything in your life, you would
>>that this is the time to see what people can do. No more, no less.
>>these games means jack and so do comparisons based upon these
>>Wait til the bell rings.
>>----- Original Message -----
>>From: Dan Forant Sr <email@example.com>
>>Sent: Saturday, October 16, 1999 7:31 AM
>>> Didn't take long to get to 500, sort of new it by half time. We beat
>>> depleted Atlanta team badly and that's what we're supposed to do.
>>> Howard Davis & Max: I will listen to them and watch games on the
>>> NBA League Pass. Their excellent.
>>> E.Williams: Will help this team. Helps out rebounding. Can keep the
>>> off guard.
>>> AW: Struggling as usual w/shots
>>> Pierce had a nice game and shot for %
>>> Battie: Played very well w/much dough in pocket. 9 rebounds, Mutumbo
>>> have something to say about all our rebounding.
>>> KA actually had a good game. If possible trade him for Spree and it
>>> put a fire under this team. He could give the Knicks a ring and is
>>> suited for a veteran team.
>>> Fortson: Not really tested w/o Mutumbo, but 12 boards impressive.
>>> Ellison: Is off life support and showed some promise. Fragile, so
>>> sparingly and he may last.
>>> McCarty: Still energetic and no one knows what he's going to do
>>> the defense.
>>> Turner: Can't turn a weed into a flower, he plays D well and can
>>> ball. Big effort.
>>> Foul Shots: Improving.
>>> Nice win but not overly impressed because of tonite's opponent.
>>> if we can at least stay in the game for awhile against Charlotte
>>> coming up.
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- Re: 500
- From: Alex Wang <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- From: Dan Forant Sr <email@example.com>
- Re: 500
- From: "Cecil Wright" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Re: 500
- From: Gregory Hurst <email@example.com>