*replying to LX*
I think that Kapono could have used more steady minutes, instead of 12 minutes one night, 18 minutes the next, then a DNP two games straight. Everyone knows how Kapono burned it in the playoffs, so if he were to get minutes and touches like that in the regular season (instead of Moon), we could have possibly broke top 5 in the East, maybe even home court.
Also, Kapono isn't as one dimensional as everyone thinks IMO. Sure he is known for being an amazing spot up shooter, but he can also shoot in transition, and although not a great slasher, when his man plays him for the shot too much, he can drive, and has a nice soft floater as well.
Last edited by I Represent Smithfield; 07-30-2008 at 01:18 PM.