- Aug 15, 2011
I’d agree with most of what you are saying (including that you aren’t defending it) in that first post except the following I only half agree with..How did you turn it into dying on a hill? Go read my first comment on the subject. All facts. Not a single opinion because my opinion, nor yours matters.
”It depends on the rotation at the time which is driven by the offense.”
it also depends on the other players on the floor not being able to cover the normal zone responsibility. If we had the 2010 teams roster, he wouldn’t be playing it like this.
the rotations are in place due to the limitations