Found November 17, 2012 on
Golden State Warriors
I've thought a lot about how to write this, and frankly I'm still confused. That's how confounding this group really is when you get right down to it. On the other hand, there are possible solutions out there. So let's discuss them, yeah?
After the jump of course.
Option 1: Stay the course
This is one option that I think eludes people. After all, how often does changing things really result in the actual difference of effectiveness that one looks for from the change being made? Not often is the answer. (If you can ignore the obfusiveness of the sentence that is. Call it my tribute to Geoff Petrie.)
Stay the course is the real answer you have if you want to keep this roster together (for better or worse). So what does staying the course look like? Well, like many others have suggested, I think Chuck Hayes should start. Not because Jason Thompson is disappointing, but the ball movement and getting guys shots where they can be valuable is something t...
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