While I did notice that he always has to create for himself, what is Doc coaching? The ball movement is poor. 80% of the attack is just Embiid getting the ball up top with two guys on him. Doc has to do better than.Embiid is going to get a majority of the blame from the fans and the media, and rightfully so, but at the same time this Sixers teams just don't have the pieces to maximize his talent
The Sixers do not have a dominant consistent playmaker to compliment Embiid, to get him in the spots for him to get easy baskets. This series showed how difficult it was for him to get past the Celtics defensive wall because he had to generate his own shots. Look what Lebron has done for Anthony Davis on the Lakers
On top of that, the Sixers have one of the worst perimeter defenders in the league outside of Melton, who is undersized. Only the Bucks have a worst perimeter defensive lineup. Joel has to do EVERYTHING for them defensively. So many times you had Jayson, Jaylen, Brogdon, and Smart consistently get in the paint so easily only for Embiid being forced to bail the Sixers out on the backline to block shots. He just does not have help offensively and defensively
Get the right pieces around him, and the Sixers would be in a great position
While I did notice that he always has to create for himself, what is Doc coaching? The ball movement is poor. 80% of the attack is just Embiid getting the ball up top with two guys on him. Doc has to do better than.
this honestly is the worst one. No real excuses or people he can defer blame towards. This is his MVP season, and Tatum dropped 51 on them. The Hawks one is bad, but you can at least blame that on Simmons, this one... him and Harden sold.
I'm one of those fans that stays calling out this bum ass fraud on twitter. It doesn't mean I'm a fake fan. It means I want what's best for the players on my team. Other top players in the league seek out former all-stars and hall of famers to help them with their game in the off season. Also seek out former championship players who can give them advice on how to approach the game in the playoffs from a mental standpoint. But somehow top players seek this dude out who's never even been in the league.
Man, fukk a Drew Hanlen