Whenever this who should start & where argument comes up..Ppl "blindly" disregard a player for SF
Per 36mins(Basketball reference)
Pts 10.6, Ast 3.6, Trb 3.3, 3p% 37.1, Fg% 39.9
Pts 10.5 Ast 1.5 Trb 7.0 3p% 35.1 Fg% 40.1
Pts 16.2, Ast 1.7, Trb 4.9, 3p% 28.0, Fg% 41.8
TS% 50.9, eFg% 48.0, Trb% 5.2, Ast% 14.8, Stl% 1.1, Blk% 0.9, Tov% 11.4, Usg% 14.5
TS% 44.7, eFg% 41.8, Trb% 10.4, Ast% 6.1, Stl% 1.6, Blk% 0.8, Tov% 13.9, Usg% 16.5
TS% 50.0, eFg% 45.8, Trb% 7.9, Ast% 7.7, Stl% 1.3, Blk% 1.4, Tov% 8.7, Usg% 21.8
Player A is John Salmons
Player B is Luc Mbah a Moute
Player C is Travis Outlaw
Travis is a career 33.5 3p% shooter, Luc is 29.0 & Salmons is 36.4.
Salmons is a bit more offensive(even though his def isn’t bad per say)
Luc is all
Travis is a combo of both. I wouldn’t call him a great offensive player but he isn’t bad. If he is on he can score if he isn’t(uh oh time). But Travis hardly ever gets mentioned as an option at SF. Don’t know why? If you look at there def numbers Travis & Luc aren’t that far apart. Furthermore offensively Travis is a lot better than Luc.
We have players on this team who can/should help(except Jimmer), if used properly. I’m waiting to see how Mike Malone uses them.
I know this team sucked ass last year, but grass ain’t always greener. Give the dudes we have a chance. We aren’t going anywhere next year. Let’s find out what we actually have