Explain One Play: Andre Iguodala gets big dunks for Gary Payton II
Andre working to get GP2 paid
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I had planned to put out a video about Nemanja Bjelica but Gary Payton II forced his way into the rotation. I’m putting this out now instead since GP2 might not be on the team in a few days.
Gary Payton II missed preseason until now with an injury but made an impact right away in his preseason debut.
I know Andre Iguodala said he wanted Avery Bradley on the team, but on the court, Andre was doing what he could to ensure Gary Payton II was popping off the screen with several huge dunks.
This video analysis looks at the Warriors plays and how Andre subtly and very unsubtly got GP2 his dunks. The video was made by recording me watching the game live with a rewind button and markup software, so you also get some of my live reactions.
Co-starring the all-seeing Nemanja Bjelica, the all-screening Otto Porter Jr, and a sluggish Rajon Rondo.
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The full experience with no ads: 6 minutes with an extra GP2 layup and dunk analyzed, including discussion of the Warriors 5-out look leading to a put-back and Payton’s speed turning into free points.
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DODGERS!! But respect to the Giants. Houston are the favorites to win WS, at the moment.
Warriors are not picked to go all the way by Vegas.
Watched the Sacto/Lakers game. Although the Lakers lost all their preseason games, you have to fear their sheer size, and Lebron. For the Warriors, it will be pace vs size against the Lakers. The potential for the Lakers to dominate is there. Warriors will definitely be ready, but they will have to shoot well and run the Lakers down. They have no way to protect the rim against them.