Keep in mind, Davis is a 19 year old rookie and most of these high assist bigs weren't the passer they are now in year 1 and most of them were older than Davis when they entered the league. Davis has passing ability and will more than likely develop into a good passing big. But it's going to a some time before he gets there.
I think you quote a wrong one.
All I am saying Davis is not a good passer yet. Not as good as the ones I mentioned.
I am not saying he is not a good passer forever.
All I am saying the team will benefit when it has more dimensions on the offensive end.
You keep missing the point I was trying to make. What is the matter with this? I sound like I am trashing him and you can't even agree with the facts I pointed out?
Developing a good post move will help his passing, because he can first attract the defense which opens the other teammates.
Duncan is a very good passer but there were guys who were just as good and even better. Sabonis is the best passing big man that I have had the privilege of watching in my lifetime.
I love how you conveniently cherry pick your points and change the whole landscape of the topic to fit your argument.
Edit.. The response was to your claim of Duncan being possibly the best passing big man ever. Maybe I wasn't clear enough for you.
Last edited by Snarly; 12-19-2012 at 02:39 PM.
http://espn.go.com/nba/player/stats/_/id/215/tim-duncan case closed I was even amazed by his consistent #s. find someone even close please!?
It's context. You took what I responded to and made a generalization out of it.
By the way anyone found any highlights to the game mainly for Davis and Rivers?
This whole thread page... TL;DR
People's Basketball Sim League presents...
1992-93 Season Record: 52-30
C Kevin Willis | PF Otis Thorpe | SF Robert Horry | SG Dell Curry | PG Johnny Dawkins
Key Reserves: Robert Parish | Anthony Mason | Walter Davis | Terry Porter
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