E'Twaun Moore was back home in Indiana this weekend, which gave a local newspaper the opportunity to interview the former Hoosier state star, and Moore was very honest talking about his frustrations:"Of course I want to play. Of course I'm not happy about not playing. Of course I'm a little angry," Moore said. "But I'm still confident in my game, confident I can come in and hit the big shot when needed.
I like the desire in Moore, but slightly surprised he dropped the "angry" adjective in there. He's a late 2nd round pick, and most late 2nd rounders don't even make a NBA roster. Being a star in college doesn't guarantee a roster spot or playing time in the NBA.
Doc Rivers has pointed out on several occasions that the condensed NBA schedule this season with barely any practices has held back rookies on veteran teams.
"They're working every day but I think it's a tough year for those guys or any other young guys,"...