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Monday, January 28th, 2013 at 10:50 am  |  72 responses

Pau Gasol Says the Lakers are Playing Their Own System Not Mike D’Antoni’s


Los Angeles Lakers head coach Mike D’Antoni’s ongiong troubles selling his offensive system to his skeptical stars has been well-documented. And despite the team seemingly having turned something of a corner lately, Dwight Howard and Pau Gasol remain skeptical of D’Antoni’s philosophy. Both big men spoke last night of not always following their coach‘s plan, with Gasol doing so more explicitly. Per the OC Register and la Liga Endesa (a report which was roughly translated from Spanish): “I’ve accepted it because nothing is really ideal right now, nothing is perfect or great,’ Gasol said. ‘We’re going to put team functioning and team success first and that’s what I’m doing. I’m accepting that and whatever the coach decides, whether I like it or not or whether I agree with it or not, I’m still going to go out there and do my job and do the things that I can do.’ [...] ‘I do not know if we are playing D’Antoni system much right now, we are playing our own system a bit, with a slow passing game, putting the ball a lot in Kobe Bryant’s hands, playing the blocks … and distributing the ball very well. We’ll see if we can continue playing like this,’ said Gasol in the locker room. ‘With aggressive defense, and when facing tall and athletic players, we have to move the ball and the defense. If we force situations and abuse the one-on-one, then we are doing our opponents a favor. We are dangerous when we are not predictable,’ he said.”

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  • Caboose

    Just keep doing what you’re doing.

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    this is absolutely misleading SLAM. i mean, the words in this article are just flat out false.

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    He didn’t say they “don’t always follow their coach’s plan” – LITERALLY NOWHERE does it say or even imply that.

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    This is what it reads, ”

    .”I’ve accepted it because nothing is really ideal right now, nothing is perfect or great,” Gasol said. “We’re going to put team functioning and team success first and that’s what I’m doing. I’m accepting that and whatever the coach decides, whether I like it or not or whether I agree with it or not, I’m still going to go out there and do my job and do the things that I can do.” – Where does it say he is ignoring his coach? It says, even if he doesn’t agree with the coach, he’s going to go out there and do his job.

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    in other words, while remaining skeptical, the Lakers are buying in by doing what the coach asks.

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    And this part? “I do not know if we are playing D’Antoni system much right now, we are playing our own system a bit” – it implies that D’Antoni has adjusted his system to fit the team. Not that the team has ignored his order, and spontaneously created something on their own.

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    this is so completely misleading.

  • http://twitter.com/thursti_tyht Thurstian Tsui

    Lol Slam twisting Pau’s words to get more views on the article.

  • Redd

    It’s nothing new, Slam always does this and it’s horrible journalism.

  • bike

    Just watch these guys go on a 10-12 game run now with Kobe averaging some crazy assist number. Then when asked what seems to be working the LA players will say ‘coach? we don’t need no stinkin’ coach’.

  • pposse

    saw a little bit of the game yesterday and noticed some Hi Lo action with Pau and Dwight, they should be sticking to that as often as possible imo.

  • Yesse

    The way they played last game was great and i didn’t see alot of D’Antoni in that one. They should just play without a coach or get a soft coach that follows the players, lol.

  • spit hot fiyah

    Bernie bickerstaff just keeps on looking like a genius

  • The Mauve Avenger

    Wow, well said nbk. Come on Slam you’re better than this.

  • zogs19994

    HOLY SHlT

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    YOU HAVE NO

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    LIFE.

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  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    I’m a 25 year old with a house, family, career, and hobby.
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    How’s that 5th year of high school?

  • zogs19994

    NBK:
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    FAMILY = MOM
    CAREER = SLAM COMMENTER
    HOBBY = COMMENTING ON SLAM
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    AND IM NOT IN HS WTF…

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    Oh you edited it, that’s cute.
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    You gonna get offended when I imply you are still in HS? Really? All while trying to offend me? Do better man. And come up with something better too. This is pathetic.

  • The Philosopher

    SLAM is still the g.o.a.t.

  • shutup

    ‘I do not know if we are playing D’Antoni system much right now, we are playing our own system a bit, with a slow passing game, putting the ball a lot in Kobe Bryant’s hands, playing the blocks … not quite what the headline says but they did say it’s a rough translation from a Spanish newspaper. Your conclusion from it while it may not be wrong is an opinion, one can draw a completely different conclusion; one more in tune with the headline, that’s not really my opinion. Just playing Devil’s advocate.

  • Peter Maguire

    It is really like D’Antoni has deferred to Bick and asked him to analyze it because his method truly worked the best. Kobe as facilitator is great but he really isn’t such a great ballhandler. Hope to see Nash and Kobe work more in this same fashion. Nash did need to shoot more that is for sure and the Off balance swinging the ball around is going to help the bigs!

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    so? they wrote this, ” Both big men spoke last night of not always following their coach‘s plan, with Gasol doing so more explicitly.” which is blatantly false. There is no mention of that anywhere in this at all.

  • Peter Maguire

    I have a feeling this is all instigated by Kobe and probably Pau, they want to win at a level way above anything Nash or Howard even understand. Nash could easily become player coach and obviously Kobe’s coaching from the sidelines with more enthusiasm than anyone has seen him have all season. MAybe D’Antoni went at it with Kobe and said if you can do it better -then do it! Well don’t challenge Kobe he always has to win, at everything. I do think he might be a great coach down the road too, very much into the game and the mental approach, he has Phil to thank for that.

  • shutup

    This is an article written about two different articles, I have no idea what was written in those articles, that’s why I didn’t touch on the subject. I am too lazy to look up those articles either, nor the post game press conference that was alluded too. As for the more explicitly, maybe that is in reference to Pau doing two interviews on the subject, one for the OC Register and the other the Spanish newspaper (la Liga Endesa). As for the so almost all news media outlets do this with their headline, journalism 101, much like an opening statement in a courtroom, it has to be based on a truth but you have some room for interpretation and embellishment.

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    so why say they spoke about not following the coaches plan, and not provide any evidence that was said whatsoever?
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    i think it’s more likely, they saw a direction they could spin this to get clicks, and went that way. i mean, that does happen like every single day around here.

  • shutup

    The quote they provided implied that they are not following D’Antoni’s system. Maybe he has retooled it and this is his “new” system, but then they aren’t following what has come to be known as his system, but Pau clearly says that this is their system, “we are playing our own system a bit, with a slow passing game, putting the ball a lot in Kobe Bryant’s hands, playing the blocks … and distributing the ball very well. “

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    right, it implies D’Antoni deviated from his normal system. It doesn’t imply they are ignoring the guy, or coaching themselves.

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    and then people are trying to give credit to Bernie Bickerstaff?

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    It comes down to, in LA, if the coach isn’t Phil Jackson, he can’t get any credit when things go right.

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    LA’s record with Kobe shooting more than 20 shots = 6-26

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    In all the years D’Antoni led a winning team, he never had a player shoot more than 18 shots a game.

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    I mean, the writing is on the wall, if everyone buys in, the team will be formidable..the blaming D’Antoni thing is and always has been, misplaced.

  • Nope

    http://www.acb.com/redaccion.php?id=91078

    “i don’t know if we are playing in mike d’antoni’s system right now, we are kind of playing in our own system a bit”

    that’s not twisting the words that far. it’s the equivalent of stretching me saying i might sell my house to “he’s planning to sell the house!” it’s typical journalism, practiced by every major news outlet in every country in the world. welcome to the news.

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    Did you honestly just quote something to me that i quoted twice? read what you are responding to before you respond please.
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    i mean honestly, this is the first sentence in the comment you responded too,
    - “right, it implies D’Antoni deviated from his normal system. It doesn’t imply they are ignoring the guy, or coaching themselves.”

  • shutup

    There is a direct correlation with Kobe’s assist numbers going up with the teams success. I hope it is the coach making the changes; I like D’Antoni; but with the quote “we are playing our own system a bit” it looks like the players or Pau are/is trying to take credit for it, so it sort of justifies the headline.

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    Our own, meaning the Lakers. Not our own, meaning the players.

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    D’Antoni has the 7 seconds or less system. It’s what he’s famous for, it’s what you think of when people say, “D’Antoni’s system”

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    now, everyone is going to be naive enough to think the whole team is staging a coup against their coach?

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    i understand why SLAM published this the way they did, don’t defend it though. It’s not indicative of reality.

  • Alex
  • The Philosopher

    nbk is a… BEAST!

  • Coach.. who needs a coach… This is the magic mamba system. And Kobe will give this way of playing a go until the other players stop making their open shots on a regular basis and then he goes back to shooting 25-30 times a game.

    It all depends on if Artest can make his outside shots, Gasol makes the ft/elbow jumper, Meeks and Jamison hit their open shots etc.

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    Wanna see a direct Correlation?

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    D’Antoni’s career win % on teams with his main scorer shooting less than 18 shots a game, = 56%

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    Which includes 1 season of a terrible Phoenix team (2003-04) and 2 really terrible New York Teams.

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    .The Lakers record when Kobe shoots 20 shots or more = 6-26

    .The Lakers record when Kobe shoots 19 or less shots = 13-3
    (3 of those games coming under Mike Brown, and the Lakers went 1-2)
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    Seems like, if EVERYONE buys in, the team wins. D’Antoni, again, is not the problem.
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  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    lol nah man, i’m just sick of everyone leaning on the media, like they are going to peddle out good info.

  • zogs19994

    AHAHHA YOU STILL HAVE 3000 PARAGRAPHS….THAT TAKES A LOT OF FRIDAY NIGHTS….
    I WONT LET IT GO BRO….YOURE A LOSER, GO GET SOME FRESH AIR, SMOKE SOME WEED….

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    over the last about 2 years, i’ve commented 3,000ish times (considering, if you look at an article from 2 years ago that i commented on, you will see SLAM (or Disqus) attributed it to my account. – which equals about 10 comments a day total. —- Considering I’ve commented about 100 times today alone, 3,000 really isn’t a big deal over that amount of time).
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    Oh no, 3 sentences and math? no way you read this.
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    oh, and, i do buddy.
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    (i haven’t really commented 100 times today, not even close. that was a horrid exaggeration)

  • The Philosopher

    You know me, man… lol.

  • The Philosopher

    As the beef of the year II continues…

  • MUBWAR

    damn u 2 need a room. actually u have 1. it’s called disqus

  • http://twitter.com/apowellAdvocate Allen Powell II

    I agree with Shut up. It implies that they are no longer playing Mike D’s system. Now, whether that is due to Mike D or the players isn’t addressed explicitly.

  • robb

    it’s the bernie bickerstaff’s system

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    And we are just going to assume the players are staging a coup against their coach? As rational adults?

  • http://twitter.com/apowellAdvocate Allen Powell II

    Would this be the first time players have staged coup? What part of Mike D’s offense typically includes hi-low action?
    Didn’t the Lakers admit to doing the same thing last year to Mike Brown by busting out some triangle action although in that case they said it “just happened” sometimes?
    Come on man it’s not far-fetched at all the players decided they weren’t going to do what D’Antoni wanted and instead were going to run what they thought worked best.

  • Bruce

    Hey NBK,

    Can you please stop leaving really long comments,

    its really annoying.

    And you had about 1500 comments last month…so your a liar!

    - thx

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    With Shaq and Amar’e? A lot.

    With Amar’e and Diaw? A lot. —- ?

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    Pau Gasol is essentially playing the same exact role Diaw did (especially in those minutes without Kobe or Nash on the court, when LA grabbed the lead? you watched the game right?)

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    He’s just not going all the way to the 3pt line…..

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    And you are going to watch Kobe play back to back games of 14 assists, and less than 12 shots, and say the team as a whole has just decided to go against the coach? When the coaches system, is reliant on a team game? What sense does that make to you?

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    Why would Kobe become exactly what D’Antoni needs him to become in a game where they are doing the opposite of what D’Antoni asks?

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    And how many times has a team staged a coup (pronounced coo) that fit right into his coaches gameplan? Metta World Peace has led the team in shot attempts each of the last 2 games, and the team is doing the opposite of what D’Antoni is asking? in what world does that make sense?

  • MasterSplinter

    nbk…..is….annoying.

  • shutup

    All valid points but all are completely subjective. In life we all have perspectives, the conclusion you draw isn’t necessarily fact, all your evidence is purely circumstantial. “our” could mean the Lakers like you say but it could also mean the players, only thing it can’t mean is D”Antoni’s system but that can be argued as well, whether or not it’s his “traditional” or the system he has been running since being hired by the Lakers, because they arent the same thing, agreed?

    I think Kobe being a willing passer and thus achieving higher assist numbers and and lower shots per game, isn’t a product of a team effort or even a coaching style change, it simply rest on Kobe, these last two games he has played consummate team ball and thus the Lakers are thriving, soon as Kobe reverts to 20+ shots the team will crumble. If Kobe wanted to solidify his place as a “great” he should focus a season on leading the league in assists and therefore showing the all-aroundness of his abilities.

    Jtaylor hit it on the head, feed the big men and they run harder and play better, people are more willing to sacrifice or try harder when their is a reward to be gained, just because these guys are pros doesn’t stop something as chemistry from making a team better.

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    Can you please stop reading my really long comments? That would keep you from getting annoyed. Like skipping over anything else in life.
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    And, ok? If i’m wrong i’m wrong. I noticed, while looking at a really old article, that my account was attributed to a comment. Which, (i guess ignorantly) i assumed it would count towards my total.
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    I also assumed, (maybe ignorantly as well) that SLAM/Disqus didn’t just press a button that found all my old comments, so i figured they were found (maybe through an automatic IP search? idk) over a length of time (accruing incrementally, instead of all at once, which would explain a 1,500 comment jump in one month). If i’m wrong, my bad?

  • MasterSplinter

    seriously…

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    i know.

  • http://twitter.com/apowellAdvocate Allen Powell II

    Ok. If that’s how you see it, I don’t think I’m going to refute your argument. Personally, I think Gasol’s quote makes it clear that they are not following Mike D’s standard system. Now, whether that is based on changes by the coach or the players, is up for debate.

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    The thing is, I’VE WATCHED A D’ANTONI LED TEAM RUN THIS OFFENSE.
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    I realize what is being said is subjective as to what they meant. But considering i have seen this offense before. And there is nowhere, anywhere, that implies the team is going over D’Antoni’s head (so to speak). I am not really confused, or unsure. I am positive, the team is doing what D’Antoni is asking for the most part.
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    In fact, from Steve Nash today/last night, “I think guys have really felt [like] a team,” Nash said. “Guys feel really enthusiastic about what’s happening out there. Credit Kobe with being a playmaker and making plays for his teammates.”
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    “Steve Nash: “I think sometimes Kobe loses a little bit of faith in his teammates and goes into scoring mode.”
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    “it’s so much better, so much more of a team”
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    on why the defense is better “that everyone feels apart of the team, the ball is moving, everyone is enthusiastic about what’s happening, credit Kobe as a playmaker”
    .So, the team is having more success playing as a team, everyone is enthusiastic.
    .But you guys want to assume the team is ignoring the coach, and magically every. single. player. bought in, in 2!!!!! games? See where that doesn’t make any sense?
    . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AuOIcVKfMhY

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    Mike D changed his system (tweaked is more appropriate, as it’s the same system they ran in certain situations in Phoenix), and Kobe finally bought in. That is obviously what happened.

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    You think Steve Nash would be cool with forgoing D’Antoni’s system?

    Do these comments sound like they are coming from anywhere but, Kobe didn’t buy in, so it wasn’t working? ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AuOIcVKfMhY )

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    Seriously?

  • bike

    These comments are freakin hilarious. LMFAO.

  • shutup

    You replying to a comment by saying “you guys” is a little off putting. I am not defending anyone’s point of view just commenting on the facts presented.

    Your initial gripe was about the headline, and think we both can agree that the comments by Pau can be seen in many different lights, I agree that slam sensationalizes it’s headlines as does all good media outlets but this time this wasn’t really the case.

    As for the finer details about the system being run, read deeper in my replies to you, I don’t think our philosophies or conclusions are that far apart.

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    i meant you and Allen, but yeah that’s my bad.
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    my initial gripe is not about the headline, infact i never said anything about the headline anywhere.

    .”the words in this article are just flat out false.” is my initial gripe (and only gripe, the headline is not “wrong” as much as it is incomplete, which i totally understand). It’s the complete lie in the article, “Both big men spoke last night of not always following their coach‘s plan, with Gasol doing so more explicitly.” which as I already said to you earlier, is nowhere even implied, let alone stated.

  • RunNgun

    Agreed, NBK. This is lazy journalism.

  • shutup

    I am sorry for thinking that you meant the headline is bad, I thought it was inferred in the first sentence your wrote. That is my mistake completely.

    As for the “Both big men spoke last night of not always following their coach‘s plan, with Gasol doing so more explicitly.” which as I already said to you earlier, is nowhere even implied, let alone stated. We are going to have to agree to disagree, unless said interview or article is made handy, we can’t really argue about the contents in it; however this article does contain; (which if we attribute it as a direct quote) Pau commenting on the system being run and arguably (imo) that Pau implies that the changes rest on the players (thus the “our”); now whether or not that is the case idk, but I do know that Kobe being a more willing passer is the key to the resurgence of the Lakers.

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    they are made handy. See the blue letters? nowhere, anywhere, does anything say the team is not listening to D’Antoni. The only changes that are stated, by ANY Laker after last night’s game are -

    (The Nash Comments)
    (Pau “the team has set aside all personal goals and statistics in an effort to salvage the season”)

    (D’Antoni: ” Nash gets in trouble if he tries to go one on one — and Kobe Bryant gets in trouble if he tries to go one on two or one on three.”)

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    Basically, the only change that happened is, Kobe stopped being selfish, and everybody else is now enthusiastic.
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    I mean, everyone give’s the best player’s credit when they win (like now, when Kobe magically started doing what everyone asked, but apparently is doing it inspite of his coach, he gets the credit) but they never get the credit when they lose (like the 6-26 record the team has when Kobe shoots 20 or more shots), that falls on the coach.
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    It can’t be the coaches fault when the team loses, but the player’s fault when they win, especially if the thing that changed IS the best player, in actual reality.

  • shutup

    So this is a direct quote from the article, it doesn’t read much different from the above articles quote followed the Blue letters lmao “”do not know if we are playing much D’Antoni system right now, we are doing our own system a bit, slow passing game, put a lot of the ball in the hands of Kobe Bryant, playing blocks direct from the low post and from there distribute the ball very well.’s see if we can continue like this, “”

    He clearly states they are not doin D’s system and they are doing their own, other than D’s system. For arguement sake I will look up the article from the OC Register and see if Dwight did comment and if Pau’s comments were more explicit; but truth be told the fact that if he is quoted in the OC Register and then the Spanish paper then he was more explicit

    http://www.ocregister.com/sports/lakers-409450-one-game.html

    I can’t say for certain that this is the article that was quoted but out of the 3 most recent ones it fits the best, and yes Pau was more explicit about the teams change. It’s an interesting read as well on how Kobe and Nash switching roles actually makes Kobe more of a willing passer, thus explaining a different look than traditional D’antoni.

    Lastly I never blamed the coach, Kobe in my mind is the biggest culprit; for he alone holds the key to that team having the chemistry that begets winning. I think any coach with Kobe on board in that manner would have success (not “ANY” coach but almost any NBA caliber coach would, I think Mike Brown could have won with Kobe playing this style of ball.)

    Here’s an article with quotes from Dwight on the new style of play

    http://lakers.ocregister.com/2013/01/28/dwight-howard-he-and-kobe-on-same-page-now/75847/

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    looks like we just view Pau’s words differently, I think what is being misinterpreted is in the meaning of saying they are not playing D’Antoni’s system, as I’m positive they aren’t (in a sense). the team had to change their style (as D’Antoni stated would happen numerous times over the last couple weeks), but that doesn’t mean D’Antoni wasn’t involved in the process. It just means the team deviated from his system (or what he originally had in place). — and again, I have seen a D’Antoni led team run a high-lo / post oriented offense. There are slight differences, but it’s the same. So, admittedly, that is fueling my interpretation of this article .
    Other than that, we completely agree. I wasn’t saying you blame the coach (again that is my fault, I just type, and you are extremely intelligent which means you catch the little mistakes) I meant in general, that is what is happening. And I felt Slam is playing that hand. Not that I was actually accusing you personally of blaming the coach and not Kobe.

  • pposse

    wow pposse you said this five days ago and now look the lakers are on a two game winning streak…i wonder if it was kobe or dwights entourage or D’antoni himself that follows you??!

  • Redd

    Dang Bruce, long sentences & detailed knowledge befuddle your mind? You know, it’s easy to ignore comments but I assume you’ve felt guilt about being too slow to read them so you decided to ride to stupid train with zogs huh?

    Was that too long?

  • Redd

    Eh, I disagree I don’t think it’s entirely Bickerstaff, his sample size to say he’s great is way too small. Do I think he’s good? Yes. Do I think he played a role? Yes.

    But I can’t say that he’s the sole or major reason cause his past work isn’t large enough to say so. We’ll see as time goes by tho I guess.

  • Redd

    Zogs, you can’t seem to lay off the caps, you seem to want attention a lot.

    You ok moron? Is this a case of the Napolean complex gone wrong or are you naturally an idiot who hypocritically has no life?

  • shutup

    Truth be told I reread the same quote I used maybe 4 times during this post and Pau says “I do not know if we are playing D’Antoni system much right now”. Which means he really doesn’t understand the system or whats being run, I apologize. However though I think everyone’s words sans Kobe translates roughly into; this ni**a is finally passing the ball, and look we are winning.

    By the way thank you for the compliment, as many times as we have butt heads , just know I respect your basketball knowledge, even though we may have different opinions. My knowledge of all things Clyde Frazier is your doing, well all except his expansive and annoying vocabulary; which I was privy too before we talked.

  • Mike From Spain

    I’ve read the Spanish article. It does not change things much, I think it is left to open interpretation but I would agree more with nbk. It is hard for me to believe that players would refuse to follow a coach’s system in a pro league such as the NBA. Perhaps they are just saying that D’Antoni has changed his usual style of play to adapt, but it could be what you say…

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    exactly. really, everyone involved with the Lakers has basically said, “well, since Kobe is passing, we are finally happy, which has translated into winning, surprise surprise”
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    And man, i really appreciate the respect. i’m over our confrontation (have been for a while). i know you were just trying to get under my skin, because you disliked me or whatever it was all about (doesn’t really matter to), i recognized then you were intelligent. And since then you have been less of a d!ck (or i have?) and more of a steadying force around here. I actually really enjoy your insights, especially when we disagree, because you have the ability to state your opinion, listen to mine, and nobody gets offended.

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk
  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk
  • shutup

    It’s an effort on both of our parts, I think. From what I can tell we both share that ultra-competitive streak in regards to all things basketball related, and I think that just spilled over to the comments. I would like to think that I have matured and now save that energy for the sporadic weekend runs and late night call of duty sessions. Your basketball knowledge could never challenged; and I too look forward to your insights and opinions.

  • shutup

    LMFAO

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    my ultra competitive streak leaks into everything. This place is just my outlet, so i think it kind of brings that out of other’s who typically wouldn’t treat a comment section competitively.

  • slam sucks

    inaccurate reporting.

    this is my first time going on this site and it will be the last too.

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