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Game 11: Bobcats vs Hawks

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Yeah but the NBA is changing. Not many teams have true PGs. Or should I say, it's not a necessity.

But most teams with winning records have a true PG. These sayings/beliefs of how '"the league is changing" is never true. It'll always come back to being what it always been. Just like how the NFL is a passing league now. All the winning teams can run the ball. It'll go back to playing hard defense and pounding the ball.

NBA, itll always be the team with a true PG.

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It's a concern. It's not the biggest need but really it's causing us games and will in the future. Kemba and sessions are two guards.

Our offense would click so much better if we had a pure PG who can pick all over the defense. Someone who can set things up.

Lol what? We have only lost 4 games and none of them were due to PG play. Bobcats have one of the better PG duos in the NBA.

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Lol what? We have only lost 4 games and none of them were due to PG play. Bobcats have one of the better PG duos in the NBA.

Like I said Kemba and Sessions have played great. But just watch into the season. Y'all see it that we're lacking a true pg who can pass and pick apart the opponents.

Sure we have a gret duo in Kemba/Sessions but an old Nash would manage this offense far better than Kemba or Sessions

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Mullens is awful

Fixed this for you.

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I wouldn't go that far. He plays awful at times but I wouldn't consider him an awful player. Just too inconsistent.

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Like I said Kemba and Sessions have played great. But just watch into the season. Y'all see it that we're lacking a true pg who can pass and pick apart the opponents.

Sure we have a gret duo in Kemba/Sessions but an old Nash would manage this offense far better than Kemba or Sessions

On this bobcats team Nash would be terrible. We don't have the big men to run a Nash style pick and roll. If Mullens could actually make more than 30% of his shots Kemba would be close to averaging 10 assists per game.

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We need to finish out with Kemba, Gordon, Sessions, MKG, Haywood

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