Rockets reap benefits of improved chemistry on offense

Nov 24, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Houston Chronicle

The Rockets' offense on Friday far exceeded their previous bests this season, but they said they did see it trending in that direction.

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angela

West Covina, CA

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Nov 25, 2012
 
Ever since the knicks let jeremy lin go and signed raymond felton, there has been a lot of comparison between the two point guards. Jeremy is more of a pick and roll player on top of getting his teammates involved. Raymond felton is also a good point guard but he is a much different player than jeremy. When lin was playing for the knicks, he made his teammates better and they soon became more known. Players like steve novak and landry fields got bigger contracts because lin helped expose their talents. As of right now, everyone is saying that jeremy has not been playing well. First off, he is coming off of an injury and still needs time to play like he used to. He is still recovering from surgery and he has no choice but to fully recover. Second, he is playing in an offense that does not use the pick and roll as much as last year with the knicks. He is currently learning a new system and still needs time to get used to it. Since it does not require much of the pick and roll, lin cant do what he does best. To the fans point of view, we dont think this kind if system fits him because it does not involve the pick and roll. Yet jeremy has no choice but we hope he can follow the system but we doubt it.
Ginobili

San Francisco, CA

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Nov 25, 2012
 
Shooting 35%, four turnovers a game, looked very lost at times,wimpy, lacked of hustle et al and we taxpayers are paying him 25 million dollars. He needs to go back to China and just eat his rice and Peking Duck. Note because he is a foreign national, he pays no taxes whatsoever, that is why so many poor Americans hate him.

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