When we picked him up, he has been quite a surprise. He has stepped up and became a veteran leader for our team. Before the home game vs. the Lakers, he brought with him first-hand info and preparation on how to defend the Laker Triangle. He will run to the hoop if there's an open lane. And he has definitely provided quality depth from the bench.
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Guybrush wrote:I'm not gonna add anything more on this matter, cause I this on numerous occasions, and I think everyone here already think that I'm biased cause he's from my country.
If he keeps up to play like this, though, I will prove my point.
If anything, I'll give you this, he has been interesting to watch. Some hate him, some love him. Sometimes he plays well, sometimes he makes boneheaded mistakes. Right now I think he is into the game and is feeling good so he is focused. So we are seeing the better side of him.
Rad is playing with a certain poise, need I say vet leadership, his shot selection has been on point, he looks so graceful out there. It's up to Smart to make a good enough effort to incorporate him in the line-up, Smart should have used his bench alot earlier including playing Rad more, at SF not PF.