Randle is taking only 9.9% of his shots from there while Larry is taking 25% of his shots from that range. It is obvious who is more confident and have the long range in his game.
Excuse machine at work.
It is not rainbows and butterflies, we are #2 worst. Hello. Lol. Hence the point.
And I seriously question your memory or ability to select what you want argue. The time from Shaq leaving to Kobe requesting a trade was way less than Kobe's Achilles rupture to now. Again, thank you for provng my point again.
Just because Randle takes an X amount of shots from mid range compared to Nance's X amount doesn't mean one is more confident than the other... The numbers are skewed because Randle takes so many shots near the rim... You're literally clueless.
FGA (Last Season) = 835
FGA (This Season) = 454
FGA (Last Season) = 300
FGA (This Season) = 159
Randle's shot attempts in this season alone nearly equates to Nance's shot attempts throughout his entire career... 454/459
The time may have been shorter but the fact of the matter is WE HAD KOBE then... after Shaq left, he was the most dominate player in all of basketball. Even with the greatest player at the time placing up historic numbers game in and game out, we weren't even able to scratch the second round which only proves my argument as well as others...
It's not about having a single Star. What's more important in today's era is having a cohesive unit consisting of several All-Star caliber players which is what the Lakers are hoping to develop... If you were to trade Russell, Randle, and Clarkson away for a perrenial All-Star, you'd simply be a middle of the pack team hoping to somehow get to the second round of the playoffs.
Edited by LakeShow1o1, January 27, 2017 - 06:54 AM.