I have noticed that Kawhi is at times reluctant to shoot, particularly when he hasn't hit a basket in a while. Pop sat him down for a lengthy period last night against Atlanta and he wasn't playing that badly, I felt. He contributes so much more than his offense with defense, rebounding and steals that I feel he should command more minutes than he is getting now. Then again, it being early in the season, maybe Pop and his staff have a different game plan for his players minutes and still testing different scenarios with his player combinations on the floor.However, does anybody know what Pop is thinking? Watching the postgame interviews with reporters and their questions, I think Pop just likes to play with peoples minds.
"If you ever fall, I'll be there." ---the Floor