I don’t care what percent of possessions he uses. It makes you a good player due to what percent of possessions you use? That makes such little sense. The kid hustles, works hard, makes open shots, Knows the plays, helps teammates with scouting reports and understanding how defenses play. Tell me one player we currently have that can help teammates with those things. Because I know a player on the team personally and there isn’t one. And Matthews isn’t one either, he’s struggled in that area himself. It’s much different a coach telling you something from the sideline and being out on the court with a huge ho can see things that help you out.
Also, next time you see dakich, ask him if he would’ve stayed if the coaches offered him the scholarship. Because I already have and know the answer to that question. I love Beilein more now than I ever have, but letting dakich walk and bringing in Simmons was one of the bigger mistakes he’s made.
Using tum tum is a rather poor decision. Kid brings a hell of a lot of things to MSU that don’t show up on the box score. It’s like Robinson, he brings us absolutely nothing unless he’s making 3s. There’s a HUGE difference in those types of players. One will only help in he box score(hitting 3s) and one will do damn near everything you need and be leader without the no score reflecting that.