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Closing Lineup, Crazy Experimental Lineup




Ron Mexico

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Any closing lineup without Gobert is terrible. He's makes so many game winning plays. Royce is the only starter I could see swapping out for closing depending on matchups.
 

Udidthizz

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As far as experimental goes I'm in for Butler, Conley, Mitchell, Paschall, Doke. Three creative guards in the back, full on bully ball at the front. Probably a monumental failure, but I'd like to see it nonetheless.
 

tonstermits

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The hamstring lineup to close out games:
Don, Joe, Royce, Gay, and Rudy

Blow out:
Not Oni

Crazy:
Rudy, Hassan, Eric, Royce, and Don


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SoberasHotRod

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I am curious if Dok could guard forwards. I think I've read his lateral quickness is really bad, but i haven't seen him play enough to notice. Having Gobert or Whiteside protect the rim while Dok chases blocks could be fun defensively.

Offensively Dok could potentially punish a smaller defender, but most likely would be a disaster.
 
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Saint Cy of JFC

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I am curious if Dok could gaurd forwards. I think I've read his lateral quickness is really bad, but i haven't seen him play enough to notice. Having Gobert or Whiteside protect the rim while Dok chases blocks could be fun defensively.

Offensively Dok could potentially punish a smaller defender, but most likely would be a disaster.
Yeah, no way in hell can he guard forwards lmao. The guy isnt even conditioned to play more than 5 minutes at a time without having huge drops in reaction time due to fatigue.
 

SoberasHotRod

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Yeah, no way in hell can he guard forwards lmao. The guy isnt even conditioned to play more than 5 minutes at a time without having huge drops in reaction time due to fatigue.
I assume he improves his conditioning, and you would only have him do it for minutes at a time.

I think it doesn't work as well, but would be curious if his lateral quickness is really that bad.
 

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