Lee has been on 4 teams in 5 years. Not one of those teams lamented the fact they lost him.
Lee now comes out and if letting people know he doesn't like the way Rondo runs the team.
Is it any coincidence that there were rumors that Danny Ainge was putting a full court press on acquiring JJ. Reddick
What about the earlier articles of players not acting right after losses or taking losing seriously?
Come on people. Wake up. Read between the lines. Lee is a malcontent or locker room headcase. He didn't fit in in other locker rooms and probably doesn't fit well here. Danny is looking to replace him and has targeted Reddick. And why is that? Probably because he feels his game is bigger than it is or because he wants more shots to prove to everyone that it is.
No, you are clearly just a Rondo fanboy who can't see past the "Rondo is God" thinking. This entire thread you've been talking as if Rondo can do NO WRONG.
The reason why Doc has shown interest in Reddick? Because we are one of the worse offensive teams in the league, and we NEED another ~15 PPG player who can take some of the scoring load off Pierce and KG.
The problem is that given our talent level, we shouldn't be anywhere near the bottom of the league offensively. Somehow though Terry, Green, Lee and Bass have all struggled with their scoring this season, and if you get 3 PPG less from each of those guys, that's 12PPG less we are scoring as a team...and that's a huge difference.
Is an average of 3 PPG unfeasible? Not really. Green and Terry should be up around 12PPG, but both are averaging about 9 PPG. Lee should be up around 8 PPG, and he's at about 7. Bass was averaging 14 PPG last season, now he's at 8 PPG.
Overall that's 13 PPG less we're getting from those guys than we probably should be.
Barbosa has probably been the only guy who (when on the court) has been gettig his points as expected, and ironically he's the one guy who tends to create his own shots rather than score off assists.
Bradley's numbers are down too.
Rondo fan's point the finger at anybody just so it's not pointing at Rondo - if it's not the players it's the coach, if it's not him then it's DA.
Rondo pretty much runs this offense from the word go. A lot of the time Doc doesn't even tell them what to run, he leaves it up to Rondo to dictate.
I honestly find it difficult to believe that Terry, Lee, Green and Bass (guys who have all been the model of consistency over their careers) are all having down years, and it's purely by coincidence.
You can blame DA, but he brought an INCREDIBLE amount of talent here given what he had available.
You can blame Doc, but he's consistently shown the ability to make the most of a very small amount of talent over the years.