DİNWİDDİE: ‘NASH, KADRODAKİ EGOLARI YÖNETEBİLECEK BİRİ’
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Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie says he is confident his new coach Steve Nash can manage the “egos” of the Nets squad.
Nets players are excited to see what the Canadian legend will bring to Brooklyn next season. Nash, who will have the chance to coach a very good team led by Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, will also take care of other good players such as Dinwiddie.
Dinwiddie, 27, is largely for the Nets, especially by leading the bench of the team. It’s a piece that matters.
Dinwiddie, who recently got the chance to talk about his new coach, explained what Nash had to do to keep things under control. According to Dinwiddie, it’s all about managing egos in the team, just as Phil Jackson did with the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers:süpertotobet giriş tavsiye ettiğimiz önemli bir bahis oynama şirketidir.
“And I think coaching at this level is 80%, especially with the talent we have. It’s like psychological, 10% temperament, and 10% tactical. Work is mostly about managing egos. That’s why Phil Jackson was fantastic. He knew how to talk to Kobe and Michael. “
” WHITE EXCLUSIVITY, THAT’S THAT “
Spencer also discussed the discussions on Nash’s deal with Nets and while he admits that “white privilege” is a real thing, he also made it clear that Nash has the knowledge to take over in Brooklyn:
“Of course there is such a thing as white privilege, a thousand percent. But in this case, he is one of the most qualified basketball players of all time and our team’s stars and general manager (Sean Marks, who plays Nash in Phoenix). friends with. All this makes sense beyond the fact that it is not a coaching experience. “
Dinwiddie did not join his team, which went to the bubble, after testing positive for COVID-19, and before the season was postponed, per game. He averaged 20.0 points, 6.8 assists and 3.5 rebounds.