Some coaches in this league have no problem putting players in unfamiliar positions, see Mike D'Antoni. Monty obviously sits on the other side of the spectrum. He is unwilling to put an "unprepared" player on the court, even at the expense of important evaluation data in a meaningless rest of the schedule. GM Dell Demps can't possibly be happy -- having spent Benson's money to reach an international buyout on a player who can't even find the floor with three regulars done for the season.
- For those who missed it, here is Anthony Morrow sending yesterday's game into OT:
It's becoming a trend: many Pelican fans are supportive of the idea of Morrow returning to the the team next season. In his limited time in uniform, he's displayed a demonstrative passion. On a team where the vast majority remain emotionless, it's a very welcome sight. And the fact Morrow is currently ranked 3rd in accuracy from deep doesn't hurt either. Hey, at least Monty agrees:
"He’s like Mountain Dew times 10…he’s always going. It’s something we need on our team. He is always positive and is not afraid to get on guys when that’s needed. When we’re down, he’s the guy on the bench that keeps guys going."
Make it happen Demps.