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Booey, how would you allocate Utah's minutes? More Heyward, less Williams, probably more Burks seem obvious, no?
So let's see:
PF - Favors - 32 min
SF - Millsap - 35 min
C - Jefferson - 35 min
SG - Hayward - 35 min
PG - Foye - 24 min
C/PF - Kanter - 30 min
PG - Burks - 24 min
SG - Carrol - 13 min
SF - Evans - 12 min
Marvin Williams career is kind of crazy. He belongs in basketball, but for some reason he continues to start and be the weak link on playoff teams. It's amazing how long the UNC/#2 pick shine has stayed on him, given that he does nothing well.
I would do this, except give Williams Evans' minutes
What do you do once Mo comes back though? I'd want him to take minutes away primarily from Marvin and Foye, but he'd probably have to take some of Burks as well. Maybe get Mo up to about 24 minutes (12 from Marvin, 6 from Foye and Burks each)?
That lineup lacks playmaking, spacing, and perimeter defense.
Jazz needed to move Al for something and to find backcourt help - but you knew that.
# of guys in that lineup who average at least an assist every ten minutes: zero. yes, assists are partly a function of role but .... eeew.
Outside of currently available configurations, do people see Hayward as a 2 or 3?
Without looking, I'm willing to bet that any analysis that calls Jefferson the least efficient offensively of the Jazz's big doesn't take turnovers into account or the fact that he's often the guy taking tough shots down the stretch/as the shot clock runs out. I'd bet on Al to score more effectively than Favors/Kanter in the post at this point in their careers.
MoWill + Millsap for Pau's big expiring contract
Millsap for Thomas Robinson
F*ck off Knicks. Ugh. That. Is. All.
I assume that tfbg9 is a Knicks fan and is presumably unhappy with the results of this afternoon's game.
The Clippers should have traded for Garnett. Guess they can revisit the deal in the offseason.
Quick glance at advanced stats doesn't convince me that Lin is better than Felton (I think Lin is both better and more valuable, but...)
The Clippers should be playing Bledsoe more, but they go to Crawford a lot late in games, so unless you're going to go *really* small (i.e., with Crawford at the 3), Bledsoe's probably not playing at the end. And Jordan is not exactly an ideal 4th-quarter center
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