[Guide] Bulls players Noah and Hinrich are unable to participate in the next preseason due to injuries, and may even miss the regular season opener
, Fortunately, the team’s defensive champion Butler returned from injury.
On October 24, , in the eyes of many people, Nick Young was just a substitute when Kobe was not around. After Kobe returned from injury, he would definitely return to the bench.
Kobe, who needs more shots, can’t be accommodated by Nick Young, or evenly divided.
But Lakers coach D’Antoni said in a recent interview that even if Kobe returns then, Nick may still continue to serve as the team’s starter.
“This issue is still being discussed, but I hope it can continue to serve as the starter,” D’Antoni said, “but then he needs to make some adjustments, because Kobe needs more possessions. In fact, after Kobe comes back, the team
Each one needs to be adjusted.”
The Los Angeles Lakers have finished their 7-long preseason, and Nick Young has served as the team’s starting small forward.
According to relevant statistics, Nick Young’s number of shots ranks first in the team, with a total of 80 shots, 18 times more than the team’s second shot Paul Gasol.
The scoring is not directly proportional to the number of shots, and the average of 12.7 points per game is only ranked third in the team.
In yesterday’s match between the Lakers and the Jazz, Nick Young made only 9 points on 4 of 12 shots and sent 4 assists.
After the game, the American media said this sentence: “Compared with Nick Young, Kobe is as selfless as Nash.”
If Kobe and Nick are on the court at the same time, does Kobe really need to learn how to pass the ball selflessly like Nash?
Nick sent 4 assists in this field, and Nick expressed his hope to become Stockton.
“He’s going to play like that all the time,” D’Antoni said. “He’s a player who needs a rhythm. Maybe sometimes he’ll hit 10 shots in a row, but sometimes he’ll miss a lot of shots. I’m not worried about that. I
The most concerned thing now is whether he can actively defend. On the opposite side of the offense, he can shoot infinitely, but he must defend. From the current point of view, he is doing pretty well.”