Sunday, November 06, 2005

Miles of Relief

Montgomery looks to rookie Miles for relief from the CC Times
With point guard Baron Davis in street clothes, and his backup, Derek Fisher, in foul trouble, Warriors coach Mike Montgomery turned to an undrafted rookie.
Aaron Miles, who came out of nowhere to earn a roster spot with his toughness and steady play, gave Montgomery exactly what he'd hoped. He showed the poise and toughness that earned him the third-string point guard job. He got the Warriors into the offense, put the ball in the hands of the key players and hustled on defense.


2 Comments:

At 9:57 AM, Blogger mikej said...

It's the truth: where would we be in these first two games without Miles? More importantly, Miles's presence makes it less likely that the Warriors will rush Baron into the lineup if he's recovering from an injury and less likely that Baron will play more minutes than his body can take; thus more effectiveness for Baron and fewer games missed overall.

 
At 10:06 AM, Blogger atma brother #1 said...

I like Aaron's game. He's looking to everyone involved and run the offense unlike ahem, our other trigger happy backup PG.

Miles is a great pickup.

 

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