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olsons3
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« on: January 05, 2008, 12:09:17 am »
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I know Tinsley has never been known for his tremendous defense, but I always thought Daniels was supposed to be a defender.

With Tinsley out, Owens is fun to watch on defense, and does a good job keeping the opposing point in front of him.  Against Memphis, Connelly scored once against Owens, while he was covering Dunleavey's man. Lowry never scored from the field.

Connelly's highlights came when being guarded by Daniels.  I swear to God I heard the Toreador song from the opera "Carmen" as Connelly just kept blowing by him.  My wife was laughing at me.  I kept yelling "Ole`" when they showed the replays.

It was like Tinsley playing hurt the other night against Detroit.  He couldn't score, and had trouble assisting so there was no reason for him to play at all.  IF Daniels is going to shoot 1 of 6 from the field, he needs to be able to defend better.
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