Last night's 'L' was really scary. We have 6 losses this season. Half of them have come against more-than-mediocre teams. That is Clippers, Timberwolves and Bobcats.
Those losses against those crappy teams should be enough for the rest of the season, let's hope our Nuggets find the way to get an easy W the next time they face a lottery bound team.
Look, I don't really buy the whole "Kenyon Martin was out", or the "second night of a back-to-back" excusing. Denver should have won this one, and that's why I am going to blame each one of the players for this L.
- It looked like Melo cared more about having back his freakin' 20 points streak than anything alse.
- It is absolutely RIDICULOUS that your starting point-guard, playing 34 minutes, only made 1 assist in the whole game. I mean, are you serious Chauncey?
- Chris Andersen, this time I don't care about your stat-sheet (which is pretty good), but, you know, being our block specialist in the court and watching Raymond Felton score back-to-back layups on you without any resistance is just painful, man, you would have foul the shit out of him last year in the second try...
- J.R is absolutely obsessed with the jumpers. when he is not shooting a 3, he shoots a 20 feet jumper. The only time I remember him getting to the rim was the and1 he got in the 4th. Other than that he made a pretty decent game.
- Nenê, I know it's not his fault that teammates just don't give him the ball, but man, he should ask for it more than he does... and even more with Chandler in foul trouble... come on!
Ok, and that is enough for today, but we really should solve these problems, because they are not "the shot was just not falling" kind of problems, they are related to attiude and lack of effort problems.
Let's hope we can get the W against Detroit.