Posted by GameSetMatch on 30th October 2009
The general consensus among the Warriors is that second-year guard Anthony Morrow needs more shots.
“He’s probably the greatest shooter I’ve ever coached,” coach Don Nelson said. “And I’ve had some good ones, but no one like Morrow. You’ve got to know where he is at all times.”
Morrow took seven shots in 22 minutes, making three, during Wednesday’s season-opening home loss to Houston. One of them was a 3-pointer in the final seconds, but his game-tying attempt over two defenders was off the mark.
Part of the reason he missed the last-second shot was that he had no rhythm. He had just checked in after sitting for most of the fourth quarter. When he was on the court, he averaged one shot every three minutes of playing time.
Click here to read the full article – By Marcus Thompson II of Oakland Tribune