Do you ever wonder if Lacob is reeling so hard from the loss of Lin that he is going to fail to even learn the lesson? Or, is it that he still does not get it?? Lacob has the direct responsibility to make it clear to Mark Jackson to play our rookies!
I have this sinking feeling that in our blind pursuit of seeking the 8th seed that we will AGAIN go through another year and not really know what we have in our rookies. Its half over and we have only brief glimpses JUST LIKE WE DID WITH LIN. And some of those glimpses look good and others bad. But its half over! At what point will the philosophy change here?
New York was willing to suck even more for a few games in order to evaluate Lin. The lesson to learn is that by gambling on testing a player you MIGHT lose more or you might go on a 7 game winning streak as your reward for your dangerous gamble and find yourself in the playoff hunt after being way out of it...
The only draw back is that we find out Tyler and Jenkins suck and have no legit reason to be on a NBA floor and we diminish thier trade "upside" around the league by proving they suck. But, they were both second rounders so, how much "upside" were they supposed to have anyway??
New York found out about Lin because they were in a desperate situation. Cant we learn from this?
I think we already know what Nate Robinson will do for us! SO, why the hell play the final play of a game on the line with our backup pg?? Nate may have a tiny bit more upside left but we pretty much know, he is going to make a fine backup pg for us in the future maybe. Keith Smart did this sooooooo much last year with Law and Bell. We already know what they had, and we lost the chance to see what Lin has.. WE NEED TO THINK FOR THE FUTURE <LACOB~~~IM LOOKING AT YOU!~~~
LACOB, please learn your lessons and improve this team, I/WE are die hards and will one day celebrate a warriors championship and we might be old men by then but it will be soooooo damn sweeet.. Just make it sooner than later!