Episode 37: MCW’s Debut & Farewell To Larry Sanders

In this episode, Nick, Jeremy and Preston analyze Michael Carter-Williams’ debut, bid farewell to Larry Sanders and discuss their respective workplace dress codes.

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  1. I think Ersan will be on the floor more with MCW in the lineup. He is a more natural 4 than Dudley and can space the floor when he is hitting shots. I think MCW looked really well in his debut. I think he draws defender’s whenever he attacks the basket and then passes out to the open teammate.

  2. The Ennis turnovers has been a really strange development. I’ve been watching him since his high school days…he literally almost never turned the ball over until he got here. Not sure what he did in the D-League, but he took incredible care of the ball at Syracuse to the point that it was borderline frustrating that he didn’t take ANY chances. I’m really confused what’s going on with him, but at the same time, I fully expect him to calm down at some point and find his niche.

    His best case scenario IMO is a Jose Calderon type player, and that would require some big improvement to his shooting. Despite what his shooting %’s at Syracuse indicate, he only shot that high of a % because he literally only shot the ball when he was left completely unguarded. He’s not really a great creator, but he’s very smart and knows how to get the ball to the right people in the right spots.

    At the end of the day though, he will need to improve his shooting or improve his drive-and-kick game to ever be more than a solid backup PG.