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#1 Aug 21, 2008
I am not a genius, but why would you put a three point shooting Beasley at the 4, and a weak outside shooter, strong rebounder, like Marion at the 3 spot. Shouldn't those spots be switched? Beasley at the 3 and Marion at the 4. Wade at the 2, Chalmers at the 1, and a big man who is not soooo BIG that he clogs up the lane. This team has a chance to put up some pretty big numbers at a very high rate of speed. All of these guys can get up and down the floor at a pretty good pace, and the new guys (Beasley & Chalmers) came from a college conference that plays defense to generate offense. i hope Riley plays to this teams new strengths and not the old outside in game that went on with Shaq.
#2 Aug 21, 2008
You make some very good points. Theoretically, what you say sounds good, I just don't think Marion would work out at the four. Maybe some kind of nontraditional offense where both of em run and shout. I just really don't like Marion at a low post. But Beasley needs to be on the perimeter, too.
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