That isn't the worst thing in the world. Lance is not really the problem. He just is not a great fit, and he has played better as of late. But he shouldn't be the guy everyone points at and blames.
I watch these games and I still believe these guys can adjust and figure it out together if it comes to that. The question is can coach Clifford adjust to make it work if it comes to that?
We can't try to be a half court grind it out team if this roster stays as is. We have to get out and run and try to score before defense gets set (even on makes), kinda like the Celtics are trying to do.
ETA: If I could fire Clifford and hire George Karl right now I would do it. His style fits our current personnel better than Clifford's
I'm with you tee. I didn't intend to sound like Lance is the problem either. I was just trying to say what you just said, "he's not a great fit." the only reason I was hoping for a trade at this point is because it is clear that Clifford isn't trying to make it work. They aren't going to get any better with the guys we currently have if he keeps doing the same poo he's been doing with the rotation. My issue is, I knew Lance would be a bad fit because of his style of play next to Kemba and then AL. All three need to dominate the ball to be effective. So now that those problems have been put on full display and our team looks horrible, the only thing I can get excited about is a trade that may make us a better overall team, and perhaps give us enough time to turn it around and make the playoffs.
I just don't see Clifford making it work with Lance.
And I was actually just thinking that the other day, trying to troubleshoot our problems - we need to get out and run. That is something both Kemba and Lance can do on the floor TOGETHER.