What are you talking about. Then why get Nash if Kobe is going to have the ball at all times like u stated. Kobe is the one who needs to move and cut. Leave the post plays for the bigs. If kobe picks a pg and has good down low position than yeah.
not sure who you are talking to but its a game of mismatches and the motion of the princeton is made to capitalize on them. kobe can also get into the paint with the ball (if need be) unlike the bigs. of course you keep nash doing what he does best but he hasnt been on a team like this that wont always want or need his ability to create of the dribble.
sometime the best thing to do is just pitch the ball into the bigs or kobe in the post with a lights out shooter in nash to stretch. its just another element of versatility and if you can keep making a team pay with a mismatch , you milk it and force change from the opposition.
not to mention, kobe is one of the most legit wing players to ever enter the post and this type of play can serve them very well defensively. the pick and roll could be devastating with these guys and keep the other team having to inbound but it could also fuel fast breaks and give the opposition more possessions(even if its effective).
sometimes the best thing to do is the most simple and if thats pitching it into kobe or the bigs in the post then so be it. but dont worry , they will run plenty of pick and roll(prob more than anything) with nash and dwight/pau. like i said, if its working, keep doing it, no matter what it is.
Abdul-Jabbar told the San Francisco Chronicle last month he met Howard only once and that Howard expressed an interest in learning from the former Lakers captain but he never again reached out to Abdul-Jabbar.
‘He’s charming, he’s charismatic, very nice young man,’ Abdul-Jabbar said. ‘Maturity-wise, he doesn’t get it.’