Originally Posted by MikeToronto
What I want to know is why Delfino was open for a three time and time again as a spot-up shooter and Kapono wasn't?
It could be a simple function of the opponents not EVER leaving Kapono unattended no matter what's going on with other players. Or it could be that something that works to free up Delfino from downtown is not being run for Kapono.
My point is this: last night, Delfino was deadly from 3. The next game, most likely, he will make 1 of 5 - the dude is just such a streaky shooter. I'd rather see Kapono take those threes...
From what I can tell that's exactly it. I liked what he did last night moving without the ball and TJ and Delfino both seem to have a knack for finding him cutting to the basket.