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"Andre Miller is currently listed as Lawson's backup, and while he's a steady, veteran option, he's no match for Lawson's explosiveness at this point in his career. Nate Robinson is the other option on the Nuggets' depth chart, but he's nowhere near the floor general Lawson can be."
Considering Robinson is out for the season and Miller has been dismissed from the team pending a trade how exactly do you propose those two replace Lawson?
Do your research or just know anything about the Nuggets before writing an article on them. It would take like 2min to find that out.
Thanks, Ian! Yeah, McAdoo is way too soft for his position. I think if he could develop some semblance of an outside game, he could be a very good small forward. He seems afraid of contact, plays too fast with the ball in his hands and appears confused at times.
On the other hand, Johnson is cool, calm and collected, makes most of his shots and isn't a turnover machine.
Alas, McAdoo will continue to start and Johnson may get shoved into the 5 spot. I'd much rather see Paige, McDonald/Bullock, Hairston, Johnson and James or Paige, Haitson/Bullock/McDonald, McAdoo, Johnson and James. Though, the latter hurts UNC's perimeter game.
Roy is certainly in a tough spot.
Thanks for the props on the Johnson/McAdoo piece, Ian! I really appreciate it. Are you feeling the same about the situation in Chapel Hill?
Thanks for the props on the article Mr. Hanford, I appreciate it.
Thanks for the props, sir :)
Ian, Check out this story...http://sundaygazettemail.com/News/201210090151
There's a typo in your Bears vs. Cowboys article
Thanks for the props, bro. You're a scholar and a saint.
No problem, Ian.
Thanks for the like on my article...I appreciate the support.