The important stuff he did was never in the stats sheet, but he found ways to make a difference even if it didn't pad his stats.
Game 7 was the perfect example of that, he didn't have a good shooting night, didn't play the perfect game, but he was able to lock up Pierce, get timely rebounds and hit the big shot when it mattered. He was the biggest factor even if his name didn't soar to the top of the stats sheet.
If we're losing Metta now, then we need to find someone that can duplicate that.
Because right now he's our only Small Forward, and Cleveland is making a HARD push for Earl Clark right now too.
If we amnesty Metta and enter next season with no small forward we're screwed.
Edited by Majesty, June 25, 2013 - 01:07 AM.