Originally Posted by Uwe Blab
You realize the contradiction there. .
No I don't think there's a contradiction at all, even the Express-News noticed it "* Matt Bonner was solid Bonner’s playoff disappearances have become something of a spring tradition in San Antonio. He’s off to a great start this year, however, shooting 6 for 8 on 3s and providing dogged defense in spots against Howard and Gasol. That’s encouraging given the value he brings as a big who can stretch the floor.""
Now he did have a very nice series against the Lakers, but then so did everybody else on the team, so the question is are you willing to bet that he'll be able to repeat that performance? He's had (if we give him credit for last year's Memphis series) a grand total of TWO good series in his 7 year Spurs career and you'll never convince me that there's very many Spurs fans who don't cringe when he comes into a high pressure playoff game.