Originally Posted by 'Hamas' Jenkins
He is a good shooter, but he's not a volume shooter. He gets almost 70% of his points from outside. A guy who takes five threes a game and eight shots total is only taking clean, set looks.
You get Green open and he's a nice shooter, but the truth is that a huge number of guys in the NBA are. Green gets those looks because of the system he plays in, and it's all he's asked to do.
o.city is just trying to make a big stink over a comment I made. I said he's one of the best 3 point shooters in the game. He is. But you're right. He's going to hit shots that are set up for him -- he can hit some difficult ones, but the ball has to get to him.
The reason Green struggled last night is because the Heat played actual defense. They've been on-and-off lazy all series long. Green got open more often than he should because a Heat defender got lazy and let Green sneak open.