Knicks · Iq isn’t physically ready for nba (page 4)

jrodmc @ 1/19/2021 9:47 AM
Uptown wrote:
Nalod wrote:Quick does a bit remind me of Mark Jax shot delivery. His floater looks like Joakim Noah taking a foul shot on Acid.
Its a remarkable thing to behold. I’m not sure what I am seeing really. He runs and without breaking stride sort of chucks the ball and yet it goes in. I’m not sure iM quite ready either!

Mark Jax's floater or Tear-Drop as we called back in the day, is a little different than Quickley's. Jax's tear-drop was off two-feet which allowed Mark to be a more under control. Quick's running floater is more difficult to pull off because of his momentum going towards the basket. But, he shoots it the correct way because like Mark, the floater is more of a knuckle-ball which allows the ball to die on the rim and drop in.

Quick just seems to make the game easier, simpler. If he wasn't such a great shooter, you'd think he was just running at the basket and chucking, but he has such great feel and control when he leaves his feet, and the better thing is he seems, at least from what I remember, so much faster than Jax with the floaters.

martin @ 1/19/2021 10:44 AM

dodger78 @ 1/19/2021 11:28 AM
jrodmc wrote:
Uptown wrote:
Nalod wrote:Quick does a bit remind me of Mark Jax shot delivery. His floater looks like Joakim Noah taking a foul shot on Acid.
Its a remarkable thing to behold. I’m not sure what I am seeing really. He runs and without breaking stride sort of chucks the ball and yet it goes in. I’m not sure iM quite ready either!

Mark Jax's floater or Tear-Drop as we called back in the day, is a little different than Quickley's. Jax's tear-drop was off two-feet which allowed Mark to be a more under control. Quick's running floater is more difficult to pull off because of his momentum going towards the basket. But, he shoots it the correct way because like Mark, the floater is more of a knuckle-ball which allows the ball to die on the rim and drop in.

Quick just seems to make the game easier, simpler. If he wasn't such a great shooter, you'd think he was just running at the basket and chucking, but he has such great feel and control when he leaves his feet, and the better thing is he seems, at least from what I remember, so much faster than Jax with the floaters.

Yeah I know small sample size and big comp, but his floater does remind me of Tony Parkers game a lot!
I am super impressed with the confidence he takes those difficult shots and the percentage he is making them!
Nice pick without any question!

martin @ 1/19/2021 11:39 AM
dodger78 wrote:

Yeah I know small sample size and big comp, but his floater does remind me of Tony Parkers game a lot!
I am super impressed with the confidence he takes those difficult shots and the percentage he is making them!
Nice pick without any question!

A deep shooting Tony Parker. Great comparison

dodger78 @ 1/19/2021 11:43 AM
martin wrote:
dodger78 wrote:

Yeah I know small sample size and big comp, but his floater does remind me of Tony Parkers game a lot!
I am super impressed with the confidence he takes those difficult shots and the percentage he is making them!
Nice pick without any question!

A deep shooting Tony Parker. Great comparison

Thanks! Now if we somehow could transform Mitch Rob into Tim Duncan...

martin @ 1/19/2021 8:22 PM
ramtour420 @ 1/19/2021 10:42 PM
dodger78 wrote:
martin wrote:
dodger78 wrote:

Yeah I know small sample size and big comp, but his floater does remind me of Tony Parkers game a lot!
I am super impressed with the confidence he takes those difficult shots and the percentage he is making them!
Nice pick without any question!

A deep shooting Tony Parker. Great comparison

Thanks! Now if we somehow could transform Mitch Rob into Tim Duncan...

First step would be a 8-12 feet bank shot. That alone would put MR into the All Star conversation.

CleaverGreene @ 1/20/2021 2:19 AM
ramtour420 wrote:
dodger78 wrote:
martin wrote:
dodger78 wrote:

Yeah I know small sample size and big comp, but his floater does remind me of Tony Parkers game a lot!
I am super impressed with the confidence he takes those difficult shots and the percentage he is making them!
Nice pick without any question!

A deep shooting Tony Parker. Great comparison

Thanks! Now if we somehow could transform Mitch Rob into Tim Duncan...

First step would be a 8-12 feet bank shot. That alone would put MR into the All Star conversation.


Add a legitimate jump hook to this and the conversation would be over.
jrodmc @ 1/20/2021 6:55 PM
CleaverGreene wrote:
ramtour420 wrote:
dodger78 wrote:
martin wrote:
dodger78 wrote:

Yeah I know small sample size and big comp, but his floater does remind me of Tony Parkers game a lot!
I am super impressed with the confidence he takes those difficult shots and the percentage he is making them!
Nice pick without any question!

A deep shooting Tony Parker. Great comparison

Thanks! Now if we somehow could transform Mitch Rob into Tim Duncan...

First step would be a 8-12 feet bank shot. That alone would put MR into the All Star conversation.


Add a legitimate jump hook to this and the conversation would be over.

Hopefully those are both easier to come by, right before he develops a killer 3pt shot... If we're going car shopping, let's buy all the options...

Imagine IQ being able to draw the D in and then dish it out to an actual 7ft 3pt threat...

BRIGGS @ 1/21/2021 11:01 AM
jrodmc wrote:
CleaverGreene wrote:
ramtour420 wrote:
dodger78 wrote:
martin wrote:
dodger78 wrote:

Yeah I know small sample size and big comp, but his floater does remind me of Tony Parkers game a lot!
I am super impressed with the confidence he takes those difficult shots and the percentage he is making them!
Nice pick without any question!

A deep shooting Tony Parker. Great comparison

Thanks! Now if we somehow could transform Mitch Rob into Tim Duncan...

First step would be a 8-12 feet bank shot. That alone would put MR into the All Star conversation.


Add a legitimate jump hook to this and the conversation would be over.

Hopefully those are both easier to come by, right before he develops a killer 3pt shot... If we're going car shopping, let's buy all the options...

Imagine IQ being able to draw the D in and then dish it out to an actual 7ft 3pt threat...

https://sports.yahoo.com/nba/players/558...

could already have 1 and we did have 1 kp?

jrodmc @ 1/21/2021 12:36 PM
BRIGGS wrote:
jrodmc wrote:
CleaverGreene wrote:
ramtour420 wrote:
dodger78 wrote:
martin wrote:
dodger78 wrote:

Yeah I know small sample size and big comp, but his floater does remind me of Tony Parkers game a lot!
I am super impressed with the confidence he takes those difficult shots and the percentage he is making them!
Nice pick without any question!

A deep shooting Tony Parker. Great comparison

Thanks! Now if we somehow could transform Mitch Rob into Tim Duncan...

First step would be a 8-12 feet bank shot. That alone would put MR into the All Star conversation.


Add a legitimate jump hook to this and the conversation would be over.

Hopefully those are both easier to come by, right before he develops a killer 3pt shot... If we're going car shopping, let's buy all the options...

Imagine IQ being able to draw the D in and then dish it out to an actual 7ft 3pt threat...

https://sports.yahoo.com/nba/players/558...

could already have 1 and we did have 1 kp?

Yeah I forgot to add in "chucklehead/diva" 7ft 3pt threat.

BRIGGS, thy name is relentlessness

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