If he runs himself into any semblance of form he's potentially a very valuable bench piece for the Boomers. When he starts blocking and hitting threes he has the potential to be a real fire starter and get everyone going but yeah I would have thought both him and Bolden would be better than what they currently are. A bit disappointed.Maker definitely not a lock for the Olympics atm.
That’s how the box score I saw had it, I did think it looked a bit odd.Bit dyslexic there.
He had 10 points, 6 boards, 2 assists, 2steals. Nice first game.
Saw some great passes on brief highlights.
1/4 from deep.
Went 0/3 in game 3A big sized shooting guard, who can knock down the three while being a lock down defender. We could use that on the boomers
I don't know about the security of Brown's tenure as coach, although his players appear to have his back.Brown not confident with elton brand have the guillotine lever you reckon, or his faith in joell and simmons to get it done ?
good points.I don't know about the security of Brown's tenure as coach, although his players appear to have his back.
It's a smart appointment, he's a good coach and 95% of the players involved in national team training sessions are located in the USA. Aussie basketballers in the NBA are all keen to represent the country at the Olympics so arranging training sessions won't be an issue.
Add to that, two (one at least) players are located at his own training facility, which makes it harder for the Sixers to kybosh national team participation.
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