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He should help fix our defense -- IF he can stay on the floor (shooting 29.4% from three)... He's only played 12 games his season, so at least he has fresh legs.
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I want to be excited about his defense, but yikes...


@LawMurrayTheNU: Career 3-pointers

Ryan Broekhoff: 58/144, 40.3% in 633 minutes and 59 games

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist: 28/100, 28% in 10,857 minutes and 433 games
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@LawMurrayTheNU: Career 3-pointers

Ryan Broekhoff: 58/144, 40.3% in 633 minutes and 59 games

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist: 28/100, 28% in 10,857 minutes and 433 games
If he doesn't hit threes, then Rick won't play him right?

JJ stopped hitting threes...stopped playing.
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If he doesn't hit threes, then Rick won't play him right?

JJ stopped hitting threes...stopped playing.
I agree here

Defensively he gives the team another big wing option to throw at guys like Lebron and Leonard but unfortunately I believe his minutes will be scarce do to offensive system the mavs run

Its weird because if the mavs truly wanted to lockdown teams they now have a group of defenders to win ugly games

WCS
KP
DFS
MKG
WRIGHT
KLEBER

Probably the most collection of solid defenders this team has had in years but a few of those players will never be apart the every day rotations

For example I still think you'll see matchups were Curry or THJ will find themselves trying to defend Lebron or Leonard in crucial moments of a playoff game while MKG sits next to WCS on the bench
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WTF?!!! Broekhoff is a solid player. Why him?! This actually makes me mad. Is it only because he's paid the least on the roster? I would have rather let Barea go or bit the bullet and parted ways with Lee. Lee just isn't helping us win games.
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If any coach can figure out to do with this guy, it's Carlisle. Feel bad for Harry Potter.
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Yea. He's surely not going to play... unless he can play center for us in small lineups.
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Sad part is that might actually happen with the way this roster is utilized
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@bobbykaralla: Offensive players have scored just 0.784 points per possession in isolation against MKG in his career. He's been involved in a lot more P&R than isolation of course but he's held his own in 1-on-1 situations. That matters to the Mavs because they switch bigs on to perimeter players when possible, especially with the second unit. I imagine he'll play a lot of 4 and possibly some 5 which means he could be doing this a lot. Doing so helps limit (or at least contain) dribble penetration.

As for the offense we will see. Depends on who he's out there with I suppose but I could see an MKG/Kleber frontcourt duo working out well with the second unit as Kleber can provide spacing. If MKG can roll/dive that could be a very good thing.
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With that 3-pt shooting %, he won't be playing much. Plus, the Mavs pick him up for nothing, so he's gotta be less useful than even WCS, right?

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KCG did have one season at 40%. With a decent distributor in Kemba, he shot 34% which is passable.

DFS went from 31% to 38% playing next to Luka.

Crazier things have happened.
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DFS went from 31% to 38% playing next to Luka.

Crazier things have happened.
Yea. I don't think it's a good idea to write someone off or solidify their ceiling from what they have done on other teams. Clarkson was a very recent example. Morris is another example. I'll hold off judgement until he gets a chance here.... IF he gets a chance.
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The fact that one of those Twitter guys stated he might be a small ball 5 in Dallas isn't a good thing imo

He's a perimeter defender and hope they don't have visuals to use him any other way

If he's your small ball 5 than the hell is WCS role here since he obviously can't play vs big centers like Gobert?

You would think with the lack of defense on this team both guys would get quality minutes at their respective positions but nope I got a bad feeling they both will be sitting next to boban as to teams rack up 120 points on us and running layup drills.
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That “Twitter guy” is Bobby Karalla, who is a writer for mavs.com... He got that straight from Carlisle’s presser, so buckle up — we’re going smaller.
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LOL. Well. I'm about to seriously cut back my Mav watching time if that's the case. I've seen every game since Luka started playing, but this self-destructive small ball play sans a talented enough roster to pull it off has beaten me down. When it's no longer fun for me, I'll follow from a distance. This team is headed in a Cowboy-like direction in that it's not worth the emotional investment. They won't be winning much of anything playing no-defense midget ball but hey, the stat sheet should be full. Man, I hope I'm wrong. :-(

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That “Twitter guy” is Bobby Karalla, who is a writer for mavs.com... He got that straight from Carlisle’s presser, so buckle up — we’re going smaller.
Rick is full of crap and frequently trolls the media, but

what if?

Maybe we just copy the Rockets, but other than Doncic being better than Harden, we just do a worse version.
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Ok that still doesn't justify why you'd play a guy at 6'6 at center

I get it the rockets are dumb enough to use this strategy but why follow their footsteps?

MKG has always been solid as a wing defender not a interior player so your taking him out of his comfort zone and then your asking him to cover up for guys like Brunson getting beat off the dribble

I'd much rather take my chances with WCS lack of 3 point shooting in a playoff series vs Lakers or nuggets protecting the paint then MKG protecting the paint

I mean seriously man I know me and you disagree on a lot of things but you can't be happy to hear something like this might be possible for Carlisle

This roster doesn't have the makeup to defend or rebound playing small ball
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Ok that still doesn't justify why you'd play a guy at 6'6 at center
Who said it did? I’m just pointing out the source so you know it isn’t just some random fan spitballing. We’re doing this thing, I suppose.

What I don’t get is what does MKG give you at the 5 that WCS doesn’t? Both of them are solid defenders and neither one can hit the three... Why not stick with the guy who can at least grab you double digit rebounds every game?

I dunno, maybe Rick reads Twitter and this site and is just trolling the hell out of us? But with Houston going super-small, it wouldn’t shock me at all if he was serious about playing a 6’6” guy at center... I’m at a loss, dude.
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No way in hell is Rick going that small. His ego isn't bigger than his hard on for Centers taking 3s and stretching the floor. I have issue with his rotations but I don't buy this idea that we go tiny.

People wouldn't support that idea either and Mark is all about selling out and fan support. It's out of hand already imo but it's not going to go full retard.
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No way in hell is Rick going that small. His ego isn't bigger than his hard on for Centers taking 3s and stretching the floor. I have issue with his rotations but I don't buy this idea that we go tiny.

People wouldn't support that idea either and Mark is all about selling out and fan support. It's out of hand already imo but it's not going to go full retard.
I tend to agree here. I don't think there is any way he runs with that for long periods, but I could see him attempting it for a while.
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Smallball 5 is a role MKG has played some in Charlotte, so i would not be at all surprised to see Rick try it as well.



Here's an article Tjarks wrote about MKG's situation in Charlotte from the beginning of last season: https://www.theringer.com/nba/2018/1...draymond-green
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I tend to agree here. I don't think there is any way he runs with that for long periods, but I could see him attempting it for a while.
Rick tries a lot of weird lineups in order to see what is possible

Doesn't mean that he's serious with them
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Rick probably doesn't pay attention to the public opinion first hand..but he is smart enough to know where certain questions come from when reporters press him on a subject like last night. If post game questions specifically involve something that may not be popular I bet he quickly correlates that with popular fan opinion. He has been around long enough to get it.

It's probably the main reason he addressed the TNT broadcast comments about KP mixing his game or getting post touches. It wasn't just because TNT crew mentioned it, it was getting out of hand and he spoke on it to keep it from blowing up.
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Rick is full of crap and frequently trolls the media, but

what if?

Maybe we just copy the Rockets, but other than Doncic being better than Harden, we just do a worse version.
Rockets better win it all this year or that might not be the best idea.
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Hated to se Broek go but I can’t help but think
MKG was signed because of LeBron, George, Leonard, Harden, Westbrook, and a few others who we might see in the POs.

Same could be partially true about trading for WCS but for some of the bigger centers in the league.
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Welp there you have it

In both games that he has played he played center

He got 5 minutes over WCS vs Orlando off the bench

I found it funny because in that game M.Followill stated we have MKG in the game playing the 5 but he has versatility right now to switch on to M.Fultz lol

The next night out this guy played the same amount of minutes at the 5 that boban played vs a big Atlanta front line

So much for this not being something the mavs wouldn't try
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