Agreed. His post-game remarks are already a can't-miss treat for in-depth basketball fans. The JVG comparison is dead-on with this guy. Somebody with the transcription skills (not me) ought to post Frank's post-game comments in the forum for educational purposes.Originally posted by <b>schub</b>!
Did anyone hear Lawrence Frank's post-game comments? . . . I love this guy, even if he plays Rodney over Veal.
Or, maybe Scalabine actually makes a ton of mistakes on the court we as fans don't recognize. Beyond some over-zealousness on switches, I'm not sure what those would be.Originally posted by <b>schub</b>!
For some reason, both Scott and Frank see something in Rodney that every fan who watches every game doesn't see, so I've developed a theory:
Rodney, aka "Debo", is the greatest practice player in the history of the NBA. He knocks down 3s while being tightly guarded, shuts down K-Mart in the low post, out-runs Kittles on the break, and showcases Jordan-esque acrobatics while taking the ball to the hole...
Hey, Aurelino.Originally posted by <b>Aurelino</b>!
Frank's job is to win basketball games with the talent and depth he is given by Thorn. Had he rested the starters a bit longer and the Nets lost the game, he would have gotten all the blame for leaving the bench on the floor for too long.