Originally Posted by DukeDelonte13
Scott gave him plenty of chances; he was starting for a decent stretch of games at the beginning of the season after the trade. After he lost his starting job to Alonzo Gee he was in the rotation coming off the bench. Sure, there were a few games where he would hit a couple of threes but that's it. If his shot isn't falling, which was 85% of the time, he's a useless, boneheaded player that could not follow directions.
he didn't get that much of a chance last year. When he came into the games he produced. He wasn't missing so many wide open lay ups and dunks like the following years. His defense was also better. Scott just had some love affair with Gee.