Why Mr. Steve Blake Should Come Off the LA Lakers’ Bench

July 6th, 2010 by Hayden Kim Leave a reply »
These last few weeks have been nothing but progression for the Lakers. The Lakers now have young potential and now a veteran sharp shooter by the name of Steve Blake who can lead the Lakers secondary unit.

This is another brilliant move by Laker GM Mitch Kupchak. Once again Jerry Buss has made a brilliant and unselfish move to sign Blake as a Mid-level exception player and it Blake will be worth every penny. 

Like I've said before, all the Lakers need is either a solid point guard who can run the the triangle offense or a sharp shooter. With Blake, the Lakers gained both.

People may laugh at this move by Kupchak but I can only praise it. The beauty of the Triangle Offense is that it does not require a "true" point guard.

As long as someone can keep possession of the ball and can create good looks for the other players, the Lakers don't need a "true" point guard.

Watching the Blazers in Oregon, I have seen Blake play multiple times. Trust me, it will be a picture perfect match, and here's why.

If Derek Fisher can provide 20-25 minuets as a starter and if Steve Blake is willing to come off the ...

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