Years ago

Rillie's Leadership

After the Hill incident, it was obvious that it affected Abney. Shortly after that, Rillie was open for a lay up, but chose to pass off to Abney and re-include him in the game. All his TEAM-MATES then looked for Abney and gave him 30 points, 6 rebs . By rallying around him, and supporting him, next game the Crocs will have a player full of confidence, whereas they could had a player with demons in his head if Rillie had not acted the way he did.

Would any 36ers coach or player show such leadership?????

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Years ago

Maher. Is there any better?

This is exactly my point in the Sixers-Crocs game thread.

Confidence wins games.

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Years ago

The confidence formula you describe is farcical. Brett is struggling with his own form and injury comeback at the moment, and is showing frustration, not leadership
, as witnessed by him slinging the ball onto the floor after the Crocs scored one of their buzzer beaters. It's time to assess ALL leadership roles within the club. If this does not happen we will continue the good old look good for a minute, win one, then lose our way, then lose two or three.

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