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Re: Are there any Terry Rozier fans left?
« Reply #525 on: May 27, 2018, 11:48:05 PM »

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Bad shooting night, still hope heís back next year
I did too, until tonight.  too stupid and inconsistent to be relied upon. 

IF they bring him back, the only consolation I'll take from it is that Kyrie and Jaylen will be on the floor at crunch time and NOT Rozier

Assume you were referring to Jayson and Kyrie? Jaylen tonight was almost as bad as Rozier.

I think heíll get better, but itís a disappointing end of a great season of growth.

Re: Are there any Terry Rozier fans left?
« Reply #526 on: May 28, 2018, 03:52:24 AM »

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He had a lot of 2-14 and 4-16 nights in this playoffs, very inconsistent, I think Danny will absolutely try to trade him, as his value right now is maybe as high as its ever will be.

Re: Are there any Terry Rozier fans left?
« Reply #527 on: May 28, 2018, 04:01:57 AM »

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He had a lot of 2-14 and 4-16 nights in this playoffs, very inconsistent, I think Danny will absolutely try to trade him, as his value right now is maybe as high as its ever will be.
I'm on this train as well after tonight, it's one thing to be hot and cold but you can't even perform in the clunch(which supposed to be your selling point) and guard your man(chasing shooters) you are a negative on the court, i will much rather sign players like theis or baynes who are much consistent as a role player

Trade him to the Suns for their first

Re: Are there any Terry Rozier fans left?
« Reply #528 on: May 28, 2018, 04:06:54 AM »

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If we do decide to keep Rozier it should be very clear that heíll be a backup to Kyrie and never step onto the floor in game like this, until Kyrie has passed his peak.

Re: Are there any Terry Rozier fans left?
« Reply #529 on: May 28, 2018, 04:22:52 AM »

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Iím definitely still a fan. 17 points 6 assists 5 boards 1 TO per game in the playoffs.   Awful finish but had Cs season ended Friday rather than today, this thread would be pretty complimentary right now.  TR was a huge reason the Cís made it as far as they did.   Heís shown himself a capable starter who can explode in a game. As many young players, heís also shown he can implode.  If he improves next year, heíll set himself up for a great and deserved payday.

Re: Are there any Terry Rozier fans left?
« Reply #530 on: May 29, 2018, 11:23:37 AM »

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Re: Are there any Terry Rozier fans left?
« Reply #531 on: May 29, 2018, 11:49:57 AM »

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Bad shooting night, still hope heís back next year
I did too, until tonight.  too stupid and inconsistent to be relied upon. 

IF they bring him back, the only consolation I'll take from it is that Kyrie and Jaylen will be on the floor at crunch time and NOT Rozier

Assume you were referring to Jayson and Kyrie? Jaylen tonight was almost as bad as Rozier.

I think heíll get better, but itís a disappointing end of a great season of growth.
no, Jaylen and Kyrie will be the guards on the floor in crunch time, not Rozier. 

to me, Rozier was more of a problem last night than Jaylen as well as most of the playoffs.  Rozier killed us in the last few minutes gunning bad shot after bad shot.  Jaylen had a (very) bad night but those misses seemed more in the flow of the offense whereas as Rozier was forcing the issue.

Re: Are there any Terry Rozier fans left?
« Reply #532 on: May 29, 2018, 11:57:19 AM »

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Iím definitely still a fan. 17 points 6 assists 5 boards 1 TO per game in the playoffs.
I'm not sure I want someone who scores 17 ppg on 40% shooting from the field...
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Re: Are there any Terry Rozier fans left?
« Reply #533 on: May 29, 2018, 12:09:30 PM »

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Iím definitely still a fan. 17 points 6 assists 5 boards 1 TO per game in the playoffs.
I'm not sure I want someone who scores 17 ppg on 40% shooting from the field...
Eh his eFG% was an solid .502 he was still a solid offensive contributor. Too reliant on his 3 point shooting.

Just can't buy a shot at the rim still even with his athleticism. Until he improves his finishing its hard to get more efficient for him

Re: Are there any Terry Rozier fans left?
« Reply #534 on: May 29, 2018, 12:11:37 PM »

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I'll always be a Scary Terry fan regardless.

As frustrating as Game 7 was, Rozier was one of the big reasons we even got to this point. Most (even on here) didn't even think we'd make it past the first round, yet we did and along the way also "shattered" the Process  ;D
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Re: Are there any Terry Rozier fans left?
« Reply #535 on: May 29, 2018, 12:16:54 PM »

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Iím definitely still a fan. 17 points 6 assists 5 boards 1 TO per game in the playoffs.
I'm not sure I want someone who scores 17 ppg on 40% shooting from the field...
Eh his eFG% was an solid .502 he was still a solid offensive contributor. Too reliant on his 3 point shooting.

Just can't buy a shot at the rim still even with his athleticism. Until he improves his finishing its hard to get more efficient for him
50.2% isn't all that great as eFG% goes.  It certainly isn't terrible, or worst shooter ever (like Smart), but taking Larkin out of it, he was 5th on the team in eFG% (well behind the other 4 starters) yet was 2nd on the team in shots per game.  Unlike Smart, Rozier at least has the potential to really improve, I just wish he didn't shoot so many shots, especially from 3. 

Re: Are there any Terry Rozier fans left?
« Reply #536 on: May 29, 2018, 12:18:21 PM »

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Terry's an excellent backup to have, not a guy I want as a long term starter.  Probably best as a trade piece as long as the Celts can keep Smart.

As good as Terry was at times in the playoffs, ultimately his inconsistency and lack of offense outside of streaks of hot outside shooting contributed to the Celts' painful collapse in Game 7 (and contributed to them failing to win games on the road).
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Re: Are there any Terry Rozier fans left?
« Reply #537 on: May 29, 2018, 12:18:46 PM »

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He had a lot of 2-14 and 4-16 nights in this playoffs, very inconsistent, I think Danny will absolutely try to trade him, as his value right now is maybe as high as its ever will be.
You can't trash a player and then expect to trade him for something that you wouldn't trash in a similar way.  I don't think Terry is worth nearly as much as fans would want.   

Re: Are there any Terry Rozier fans left?
« Reply #538 on: May 29, 2018, 12:25:56 PM »

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Iím definitely still a fan. 17 points 6 assists 5 boards 1 TO per game in the playoffs.
I'm not sure I want someone who scores 17 ppg on 40% shooting from the field...
Eh his eFG% was an solid .502 he was still a solid offensive contributor. Too reliant on his 3 point shooting.

Just can't buy a shot at the rim still even with his athleticism. Until he improves his finishing its hard to get more efficient for him

Improving at the rim is a big difference maker for anyone but if he's looking for precedent, plenty of guys have done it and later in their careers than TR.

Weirdly, he shot his best clip at the rim this season, but what really passes the eye test is that he took only 18% of his shots at the rim.

But what is also kind of weird is that Kyrie shot a career best at the rim this season, but he also took a career low % of attempts there.

What's it mean? I dunno. Just doesn't seem to follow what I'd expect.

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Re: Are there any Terry Rozier fans left?
« Reply #539 on: May 29, 2018, 12:28:29 PM »

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What I would like for TR is to take more shots. He passed up a lot of open 3's. Maybe he goes 0-15 if we played game 7 again. Maybe 0-20. But if he's out there I want him taking those shots and it seems like some games, he just doesn't. Some games he just stops looking for his shot.

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