Originally Posted by Beesh
DAmn you went hard at me there man haha..ok let me rephrase it like this, even though Hedo was missing shots, we kept him in the game and still gave the ball back to him, that's shows commitment to Hedo from the teams end. Also Imo, if the team did trust Hedo he would handle the ball more. But I do agree with you Turk did play with more intensity because the pressure is on him to perform now....that's ma 2 cents.
hehe... it wasn't my intention to go at you.
Anyways, i agree that his teammates need to trust him - and i think they do/did. I just think the difference between good Hedo and bad Hedo rests primarilly on himself. Yesterday showed that and it was a great step in the right direction.