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  • It'll be interesting to see how he comes along and how he is used on the way. rather than playing LBJ at the 4, if LBJ will trust williams to run the offense, that would allow LBJ to post up a SF down low - better yet run a two man game with lebron posting up and gibson sitting on the arc the way we did with price and daugherty. alternatively, have lebron set the pick on the pick and roll. lebron moving to the basket without the ball would probably force weakside help, with anything less than perfect rotation freeing up wally / gibson / pavlovic / west on the arc. people malign the pick and roll, but part of it was the players we had - the celtics ran a lot of pick and roll - often more than once per possession - and the lakers never did show that they could defend it i maintain that the pick and roll is like the ruy lopez opening in chess - not subtle or fancy, but when executed properly, and with the appropriate personnel, less than perfect defense against it leaves you with an advantage. i also submit that the pick and roll forces the entire defense to work as a unit while allowing your other teammates to rest on offense. - resting on defense is not an option, especially with our team defensive philosophy.

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  • It'll be interesting to see how he comes along and how he is used on the way. rather than playing LBJ at the 4, if LBJ will trust williams to run the offense, that would allow LBJ to post up a SF down low - better yet run a two man game with lebron posting up and gibson sitting on the arc the way we did with price and daugherty. alternatively, have lebron set the pick on the pick and roll. lebron moving to the basket without the ball would probably force weakside help, with anything less than perfect rotation freeing up wally / gibson / pavlovic / west on the arc. people malign the pick and roll, but part of it was the players we had - the celtics ran a lot of pick and roll - often more than once per possession - and the lakers never did show that they could defend it i maintain that the pick and roll is like the ruy lopez opening in chess - not subtle or fancy, but when executed properly, and with the appropriate personnel, less than perfect defense against it leaves you with an advantage. i also submit that the pick and roll forces the entire defense to work as a unit while allowing your other teammates to rest on offense. - resting on defense is not an option, especially with our team defensive philosophy.

    MVN

  • It'll be interesting to see how he comes along and how he is used on the way. rather than playing LBJ at the 4, if LBJ will trust williams to run the offense, that would allow LBJ to post up a SF down low - better yet run a two man game with lebron posting up and gibson sitting on the arc the way we did with price and daugherty. alternatively, have lebron set the pick on the pick and roll. lebron moving to the basket without the ball would probably force weakside help, with anything less than perfect rotation freeing up wally / gibson / pavlovic / west on the arc. people malign the pick and roll, but part of it was the players we had - the celtics ran a lot of pick and roll - often more than once per possession - and the lakers never did show that they could defend it i maintain that the pick and roll is like the ruy lopez opening in chess - not subtle or fancy, but when executed properly, and with the appropriate personnel, less than perfect defense against it leaves you with an advantage. i also submit that the pick and roll forces the entire defense to work as a unit while allowing your other teammates to rest on offense. - resting on defense is not an option, especially with our team defensive philosophy.

    MVN

  • It'll be interesting to see how he comes along and how he is used on the way. rather than playing LBJ at the 4, if LBJ will trust williams to run the offense, that would allow LBJ to post up a SF down low - better yet run a two man game with lebron posting up and gibson sitting on the arc the way we did with price and daugherty. alternatively, have lebron set the pick on the pick and roll. lebron moving to the basket without the ball would probably force weakside help, with anything less than perfect rotation freeing up wally / gibson / pavlovic / west on the arc. people malign the pick and roll, but part of it was the players we had - the celtics ran a lot of pick and roll - often more than once per possession - and the lakers never did show that they could defend it i maintain that the pick and roll is like the ruy lopez opening in chess - not subtle or fancy, but when executed properly, and with the appropriate personnel, less than perfect defense against it leaves you with an advantage. i also submit that the pick and roll forces the entire defense to work as a unit while allowing your other teammates to rest on offense. - resting on defense is not an option, especially with our team defensive philosophy.

    MVN

  • It'll be interesting to see how he comes along and how he is used on the way. rather than playing LBJ at the 4, if LBJ will trust williams to run the offense, that would allow LBJ to post up a SF down low - better yet run a two man game with lebron posting up and gibson sitting on the arc the way we did with price and daugherty. alternatively, have lebron set the pick on the pick and roll. lebron moving to the basket without the ball would probably force weakside help, with anything less than perfect rotation freeing up wally / gibson / pavlovic / west on the arc. people malign the pick and roll, but part of it was the players we had - the celtics ran a lot of pick and roll - often more than once per possession - and the lakers never did show that they could defend it i maintain that the pick and roll is like the ruy lopez opening in chess - not subtle or fancy, but when executed properly, and with the appropriate personnel, less than perfect defense against it leaves you with an advantage. i also submit that the pick and roll forces the entire defense to work as a unit while allowing your other teammates to rest on offense. - resting on defense is not an option, especially with our team defensive philosophy.

    MVN

  • It'll be interesting to see how he comes along and how he is used on the way. rather than playing LBJ at the 4, if LBJ will trust williams to run the offense, that would allow LBJ to post up a SF down low - better yet run a two man game with lebron posting up and gibson sitting on the arc the way we did with price and daugherty. alternatively, have lebron set the pick on the pick and roll. lebron moving to the basket without the ball would probably force weakside help, with anything less than perfect rotation freeing up wally / gibson / pavlovic / west on the arc. people malign the pick and roll, but part of it was the players we had - the celtics ran a lot of pick and roll - often more than once per possession - and the lakers never did show that they could defend it i maintain that the pick and roll is like the ruy lopez opening in chess - not subtle or fancy, but when executed properly, and with the appropriate personnel, less than perfect defense against it leaves you with an advantage. i also submit that the pick and roll forces the entire defense to work as a unit while allowing your other teammates to rest on offense. - resting on defense is not an option, especially with our team defensive philosophy.

    MVN

  • It'll be interesting to see how he comes along and how he is used on the way. rather than playing LBJ at the 4, if LBJ will trust williams to run the offense, that would allow LBJ to post up a SF down low - better yet run a two man game with lebron posting up and gibson sitting on the arc the way we did with price and daugherty. alternatively, have lebron set the pick on the pick and roll. lebron moving to the basket without the ball would probably force weakside help, with anything less than perfect rotation freeing up wally / gibson / pavlovic / west on the arc. people malign the pick and roll, but part of it was the players we had - the celtics ran a lot of pick and roll - often more than once per possession - and the lakers never did show that they could defend it i maintain that the pick and roll is like the ruy lopez opening in chess - not subtle or fancy, but when executed properly, and with the appropriate personnel, less than perfect defense against it leaves you with an advantage. i also submit that the pick and roll forces the entire defense to work as a unit while allowing your other teammates to rest on offense. - resting on defense is not an option, especially with our team defensive philosophy.

    MVN

  • It'll be interesting to see how he comes along and how he is used on the way. rather than playing LBJ at the 4, if LBJ will trust williams to run the offense, that would allow LBJ to post up a SF down low - better yet run a two man game with lebron posting up and gibson sitting on the arc the way we did with price and daugherty. alternatively, have lebron set the pick on the pick and roll. lebron moving to the basket without the ball would probably force weakside help, with anything less than perfect rotation freeing up wally / gibson / pavlovic / west on the arc. people malign the pick and roll, but part of it was the players we had - the celtics ran a lot of pick and roll - often more than once per possession - and the lakers never did show that they could defend it i maintain that the pick and roll is like the ruy lopez opening in chess - not subtle or fancy, but when executed properly, and with the appropriate personnel, less than perfect defense against it leaves you with an advantage. i also submit that the pick and roll forces the entire defense to work as a unit while allowing your other teammates to rest on offense. - resting on defense is not an option, especially with our team defensive philosophy.

    MVN

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