are the 36ers full of overrated role players?
Theres no doubt in my mind that Clarke does not have what it takes to be a professional coach.
But, in trying to assess what has gone wrong for the Sixers this year (apart from some bad luck through injuries to Crosswell, Ballinger and Williamson), I noticed that there are a lot of 36ers players who haven't lived up to the hype or simply they are not as good as what everyone made them out to be.
IMO some players in the team are extremely overrated.
There appears to be a lot of role players out there.
IMHO, there seems to be a lot of indians and not enough chiefs.
Herbert: A role player really. Haven't seen him shoot the ball that well.
Weigh: The Wildcats system helped him bigtime. I think a lot of people rated this guy as a legit scoring threat, but that was probably due to the quality of teammates he was with at Perth.
Ng: Best shooter in the league huh? Well, I don't know how he can be the leagues best shooter when in no way can he successfully create his own shot. I know of many players that can nail catch and shot 3's and play BETTER defence than what he does.
Creek: Has been really good. I don't think he is overrated. But I do think he is merely a role player. Wouldn't get many minutes on a team like NZ, Perth or Melb.
Crosswell: Once again, merely a role player. Theres a lot of PGS out there in the league that are better than him.
Helliwell: Don't need to say anymore.
At the end of the day, its apparent the 36ers are full of role players.
Even Warren and Simpson don't appear to look comfortable as natural scorers.
How many of these guys would get runs at other teams? Seriously?