It should not be a question in either case, as the two forwards demonstrated yet again in Tony Cheng’s neighborhood yesterday.
“They have carried us to a winning record,” Jordan said. “Their numbers speak for themselves. What people don’t see is their leadership in the locker room.”
“Right now, as a group, our young guys have too many distractions,” Jamison said. “We need our bench. We can ill afford to let this continue.”
Starks would show up to the arena five hours before the opening tip to lift weights and practice his shooting.
That sense of professionalism has been found wanting in the two rookies and Blatche, the Chipotle Burrito Dash leader.
Their inconsistencies have contributed to Jordan’s annoyance after he resorts to what is becoming the prevent-victory bench in the second quarter.
“Our bench can give us a lot,” Butler said. “But they have to mature.”View Entire Story
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