Jonny Flynn is Not The Answer For The Minnesota Timberwolves

February 24th, 2010 by Matthew Hayden Leave a reply »
That smile and headband, although trademarks, really don't tell the story of the one they call Jonny Flynn.

Coming into the draft, Jonny figured to be a bonafide rookie of the year candidate. And although has shown some flash, it has become perfectly clear that Flynn's so-called POTENTIAL is nothing more than a solid spark off the bench, a taller Nate Robinson with better passing abilitys.

The game against Miami, and plenty others have made it painstakingly clear that Jonny is not cut to be a true point guard, and the assists that he gets are primarily on the fast break, and as a point guard myself, those are the easiest ones.

Jonny Flynn's problems centers on more than just his passing ability. It also has to do with how much he dribbles the ball down into the ground only to go NOWHERE, or find NOBODY.

It also has to do with his lack on the defensive end, ultimately being credited to his size.

It also has to do with the constant mistakes that he makes on a game to game basis, but despite that rookie "growing pain" theory, it's the same mistakes over and over.

Kurt Rambis, the head coach of the Minnesota Timber ...

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