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Not TWILL hating here, BUT...


I've done my fair share of Twill hating here, I'll confess, but this is not the case. I'm actually very enthused about the Twill and Farmar combination Avery is playing with as they seem to have complimentary skills to each other, and might produce something significant. But the Kings game was one horrible to watch game all around, very hard to stomach on both sides of the ball. The Nets showed great fortitude in pulling it out, Harris showing himself to be a game time shot maker, but it was very sloppy and neither team looked good.

One has to note Terrence Williams' line for the game. He had a nice game one, to be sure, but what in the world was happening in game two, in only 11 minutes?

In 11 minutes he managed 5 turnovers, and a plus/minus of -18.

Again, this is not to bash him. With Farmar to inject true PG skills in the context of Twill's creativity might really pay off dividends (if they can get enough outside shooting when he is on the court). But obviously there is also the propensity for Twill to blow up (in the wrong way). One wonders if Avery had given him more minutes he might have worked his way out of it, but Morrow his counterpart was a +14, something was working there.

Not sure what it means, but it seems to suggest that this team has a lot of growing to do.

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