Originally Posted by FreshLeeLA
Doubt we win that game if Boogie is playing, which is disturbing..
I think the team would be better suited if we had more a floor general as our PG (Rondo
) rather than a combo guard like Dragic that looks to score first rather than setting up his teammates.
Let's not get into what if scenarios... Had Boogie played it would introduce a whole new set of variables and changed the whole outlook of that game. Sure the Heat could've lost, but It could've been an even bigger blowout had he played. The Kings made their run by playing small ball. And to keep it all the way funky...Outside of Belinelli going off in the 4th quarter, the Heat dominated the Kings even with Whiteside only playing 18 minutes.
And Rondo, for all the good that he does, is a guy who needs the ball waaaay more than Dragic. He's not a guy willing to sacrifice his game to win. Because he didn't get his way, he went out like a punk in Dallas... plus he can't shoot to save his life.
But to be honest, I feel like guys are just complaining to just complain at this point. Do y'all even remember 2010?? Bosh was THAT
guy everyone was criticizing and saying was garbage. They completely ignored homie and called the squad the "Big 2"... Dudes were even calling dude Bosh Spice.
It took a 30 or so games before that 2010 squad found it's chemistry. Now 5 years and 2 championships later we're doing the same thing to Dragic and a to a lesser extent McRoberts.
Why are we judging every single player by how many points they are scoring? Have we learned anything from watching the Warriors or even teams like the Spurs? Guys like McRoberts are never never gonna fill up the stat sheet, but he will go out there and make winning plays. Can he be better... yes, but you can say that for the whole team.
11 games in, the team is 7-4. This Heat are trending up. This team is full of talented veterans and young guys. Dragic has shown he can be great, so why worry? Great players figure it out. Enjoy the process fellas.
On to the 76ers... #LetsGoHeat