Jordan played amazing in the end of the game against Memphis and last night he [expletive]ed around had a 30 point career game with that 19 three points which are a franchise record now!!!!
Its more enough to say that Jordan should be our new starting point guard NOW!
I think the season is done ,we dont have anything to lose, so why let Marshall in all the time? he is just strugglegin with his shot and Farmar really bounced back off that injury..
He should be our starter for monday against the blazers..
Farmar failed when he was a starter for us because he's not the kind of point guard that can get anyone other than himself going on a consistent basis.
A sparkplug off the bench is where he belongs and where he can be maximized. You don't put a guy with an "eats first" mentality as your starting point guard unless it's a guy like Westbrook and Farmar is nowhere close to either of those and is your basic scoring point guard sparkplug.
Don't think he should be a starter cause he had a good 90 seconds against Memphis while being horrid the rest of the game and killing our momentum with his ball stopping on several occasions.
And last night he had a great sparkplug kind of game, but nothing during the game that says he should be the starting point guard getting everyone else involved and getting them going.
The offense STOPS when Farmar is on the court, it only moves through him, and maybe one other player. But if he doesn't get going, no one gets going. That's why he should never be the starter, it's not his job nor is it the kind of point guard he's shown himself to be. It all looks spectacular when his shot is falling, but when the shots are clanking and he continues to ball stop you remember almost instantly why you want him coming off the bench instead.
Edited by Majesty, March 01, 2014 - 02:17 PM.