View Single Post
02-16-2013, 07:18 PM
Join Date: Oct 2006
Originally Posted by
Regardless, like I said earlier, those are two completely different points. Just because he doesn't shoot more doesn't mean he won't like it when he's not the go-to-guy. Those aren't similar scenarios at all. You're just reaching there.
They're not really that different. It's about how one reacts to change and/or being told to change. If one is averse to it, chances are that they will be when change is needed. Being told to change your game and being told that your role on the team is going to change is similar and a player like Thornton I don't expect to react positively to it.
You want to talk about reaching? Saying that Thornton hasn't ever really been told to shoot when he was coached at one point by Ron Wilson and Mike Keenan. Two guys that have never had a problem telling anyone anything. That's a reach.
View Public Profile
Find More Posts by Pinkfloyd