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@mguokas I think Van Gundy was saying that there is a good reason to get 2-for-1s, but that he felt the cost of making the pursuit of 2-for-1s a policy was too great for him and the way that he coached. For every player that can see the big picture of the game, that can put a 2-for-1 in the proper context, there are probably two others who can't or won't. I believe Van Gundy's point was that there's more to coaching than having the right data. Truth is rarely perfectly communicable.
2 years ago on Death Sets a Thing Significant
@dannyholloway So glad I'm hitting my target market of the very small niche of people who like both Steely Dan and Fugazi.
2 years, 10 months ago on Black Coffee, Steely Dan, and the Bland, Refined Flavor of the San Antonio Spurs
@mcbias It's certainly interesting to note (and I meant to, but forgot) that the PG Rubio got the most comparisons to for his court vision was Steve Nash, who was born in South Africa, raised in Canada, and went to Santa Clara after not being recruited by any major programs. I can't say I know what to make of it, and that we're talking about a very small sample size, but I sort of have this suspicion that the PG position might be more different from the other positions than we think.
2 years, 11 months ago on Stories, Not Buildings: The Rise and Fall of Lin and Rubio
@DUNOTS According to the stock photo site I got it from, it's a T-55. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T-54/55
2 years, 12 months ago on Tanking In The Kingdom Of Ends
@Lexo I know it's not the best source, but Wikipedia had it lumped in with Central America and the Caribbean. I'll amend it to Latin America, which is probably a better term anyways. Thanks for reading!
3 years ago on La Respuesta
I totally meant Matt Geiger. Fixed it and I have no idea where "Ben" came from. And as far as the DR, where would you characterize it as being?