To All the Stuckey Haters

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  1. 2Tough4You

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    Ben Wallace needs but a few touches a game. If he's wide open underneath the rim, pass him the ball, but the defense rarely leaves him wide open there. He is being left open on the other areas of the floor, where he absolutely cannot score.

    Hamilton has seen plenty of shots since returning... far too many for how little he is converting.
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    It's the only position I've ever played or been coached at. I swear every game I see so many plays that Rodney misses because he doesn't have the court awareness. Look at the shot clock when he handles the ball, if you pressure him and reach on him, he fumbles his dribble, it takes precious seconds off the shot clock before he gathers his handles back. Look how long we take to get into our offensive sets with him running the point (Bynum too for that matter). Look at him when he drives and the defense collapses, true PG's BEG for that to happen because we're looking to drop off or kick out, one problem with Stuckey, he does it with his head down, something PG's are NEVER suppossed to do. This is not just about missing shots, and as I've stated before I could give a flying flip one way or the other how many asts a PG gets, a PG can have 20 asts and still be a ball-hog, it's about running an offense and setting the team up to be successfull on the offensive end.

    With the same-due respect, What has Rodney Stuckey shown you that makes you believe he is capable of running an offense? He's shown me plenty to make me believe he can be a force in this league for many years and avg 20ppg over his career, as a 2-Guard.
  3. TaS

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    When Stuckey shoots > 50% from the floor, we are 5-1.
    When Stuckey shoots < 50% from the floor, we are 4-17 (and we are 0-8 when that percentage is below 30%).
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    Yeah but he's not a true PG... wins only rely on this.
    Times are changin'... even though stuck does well with his assist rate... if the game is played right there will be several players who are close in assists... meaning we all share when the time is right.
  5. 2Tough4You

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    Stuckey was over 50% for this game until he took those last two three point shots.
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    monrams99 First Round Draft Pick

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    regardless of making 50% from the field if you aint winning its nothing..
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    C'mon Merc, come to the Dark Side........I see you want to, c'mon already...


    I agree. I personally don't judge a PG by his number of asts, that stat can be very misleading. If a player on a team gets hot, then whoever passes 'said' player the rock will get an ast, it is not always indicative of a team moving and sharing the ball........we really need to track hockey asts in this game.
  8. Ernie the Slow Adult

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    If you don't count Stuckey's misses he is shooting well above 50% for the season.
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    I haven't been able to follow the league recently, but it seems the Pistons suck again, now that Stuckey is back at the PG slot with Tay and Rip at 2 and 3? How much more proof is needed to show this team is way better with a solid PG and Stuckey at the #2??
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    They've only played together for three games and Rip and Tay are still trying to get their legs back. I would give it another 10-12 games and see where we are.

    Or was that a rhetorical question?? :sssh:
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    :lalala: I'm not saying anything about this in January.
  12. monrams99

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    its getting frustrating 12th straight losssss I wanna throw my TV from the 15th floor of my apartment....wats up JOE is he tanking?
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    now that's a big apartment
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    No doubt... hope the bathroom ain't on the 15th floor.... what if there's no elevator? :cold:
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    monrams99 First Round Draft Pick

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    well if theres no lift on it I wouldnt move inn though unless i can suck it up...in which nobody wont.would you?
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    uhmm no its a flat type.its a condo type apartment so thats the reason why its on the 15th flr..never saw a apartment which is a bldg type? wow where you from?
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    He's from the Amish hood.

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  18. coynejeremy

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    He meant that you live in a tall building. Although I've been to Hong Kong, mainland China, and Thailand, and can say that in Asia in the cities, apartment buildings are CRAZY tall.
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    no I didn't. For a down-to-earth guy like me, a 15 floor (not 15th) apartment is huge!!!
  20. coynejeremy

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    I stand corrected. :MusicBigGrin:

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