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Very interesting because I really believe their best bet is to have Jordan Clarkson at the 1 full time. He's better with the ball and there may be an issue with Jordan having to guard 2's.
Wish Kobe would commit to a smaller role for the remainder of the season.
I don't know man.
I love Randle's physicality and motor. He plays with a lot of force.
But he has little to no jigs man. He doesn't really have any real game. It's all out of control and his shooting technique needs a complete overhaul. Then the whole playing with one hand thing.
I don't know man, out of the Lakers 3 core young guys I feel like Randle has the least amount of upside. I just don't see it. Coming around to D'angelo though.
Breh he has a serious vendetta with the Media. Lowkey hate hearing him talk to the media. Still the greatest though.
He could even do this tbh.
He's not a good enough spot up shooter to do this. Never has been.
Exactly. Once his career jumped the shark it was over because he really has never been a knockdown shooter and has never spent much time moving w/o the ball so for him to actually conform to this kind of ball this late into his career would lowkey be impossible.
He could improve. But the amount of improvement he would have to make on his jumpshot and post scoring in order to justify being a team's best player / anchor is too far of a leap. His shot is completely broken and his "arsenal" in the post is so limited that sometimes it gets comical to watch him throw up caca.
BUT, he still gets off sometimes off of sheer force and one hand, even if it is in an out of control fashion so there's a chance for improvement there.
Didn't know his numbers were that bad I mean I knew he was struggling but those 3 point % are