Doc Prescribes a Winner: Increase Sheed Inside, Perk in the Final Mins

December 16th, 2009 by Loscy Loscy Leave a reply »
I’ve seen two things in recent weeks that have really made my heart flutter. Yes. I said it… flutter. My heart is freakin’ fluttering!


Boom! Sheed dropping a D bomb!

I’ve seen Sheed tackle the monster task of playing inside more than out… GASP! And I’ve seen Perk finally closing quarters in meaningful and/or close games. Both of these changes have undoubtedly been a contributing factor the the recent win streak (¡11! ), and I hope will continue to make beating our beloved team increasingly difficult.

While the nit-pickers out in the world can argue about how to fill the wing role left open with Quisy’s absence and our severe lack of a reserve point guard to handle and distribute the ball within the second unit, let’s dwell on that at a later point and time, shall we? For now, let’s really focus on the positives: the increase of Sheed inside and Perk closing out the final six minutes when it matters.

Since Quisy’s been out recovering from surgery, a robot by the name of Tony Allen 3.0 has ...

Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NBA
Article written by


Comments are closed.