In the NO Podcast Episode 116: Low Minutes and Ranking Vasquez

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Published: February 1, 2013
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In this show Michael and I spend long minutes dwelling on the short minutes a lot of the best Hornets players have been getting recently. Is winning a priority for this team? Then we take some listener’s calls and end up talking a lot of Vasquez, including going through the list of Point Guards in this league and listing all the point guards we would take over Vasquez.

Then we talk Nuggets and Wolves.

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2 comments
chiefyoungblood
chiefyoungblood

all things considered ( playoff , big game , prime time performances) their is no way Rondo is outside the top 5 point guards in the league. Not to mention he's the most interesting player in the NBA ( I wouldn't count out the avant garde styling of anthony davis to overtake him eventually though )

JayDogon
JayDogon

Any fan who wants Monty Williams fired at this point is dumb. He's one of the best up and coming coaches in the league and goes about his business in the right way. You couldn't ask for much more. If his lineups are still erratic like this in 2 years then maybe but this year is now a full on rebuilding year now and all the things he's doing points to a better future rather than going all out to win meaningless games. It's funny because now they're recent reports about how playing too many minutes have hurt teams and players in the long haul and how even Jordan didn't play as many minutes as guys like Durant are. I'm willing to take the losses and let guys like Rivers gain experience while also trying to ensure that our future centrepiece, Anthony Davis, doesn't gain as much wear and tear knowing he's not physically ready yet.

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  1. [...] In the podcast this week, Mike and Ryan discuss the first part of the road trip and Greivis Vasquez. Jake took at look at some passing that does not come from Greivis Vasquez. In The Missing Piece, Mike examines the wisdom in waiting until the 2014 offseason to make a major roster change. [...]