for? I don't know What happened to the first dream cut off on the, uh Uh, Yeah, I don't know what happened there for the first stream, but but this is the second part I didn't think I was going to do to ports here, but again that the first part was the last dream that I just did a few minutes ago about a 10 minute song.
I started talking about the 76 or so far I got to the bench and Trey Burke and and, well, Netto.
But they have been doing so far for the team that the 70 Sixers have done it.
Done a good job so far on the bench.
They they've been getting better against Furkan Corpus.
He's been doing a very solid job and I started talking about well, Netto and Trey Burke again Wet ground prefers, well, natural again with his role in the in the pick and roll with the big man out Horford, Kyle O'Quinn, Joel Embiid Being able to go around those screens, make something happen.
I'm not saying Trey, but can't do that.
I just think that well, Netto is passing and his vision around the picking ball is better.
And, of course, I think Grete Ground values his defense and his leadership on the defensive end a little bit more.
However again, I'm a bit more partial Trey Burke, because of his ability to come off the bench and score because six is already have enough very talented thief, offensive players on the floor and even on the bench with Matisse Bible and James Ennis, scrappy defensive players coming off the bench.
So I think that the Sixers kind of need to value book a little bit more than Netto off the bench solely for the reason.
Yes, you can say for the mismatch, but if there is that in the case, you can sub him out.
I'm just saying in a course, Excuse me if in the course of a coming off of the bench, a situation either late in the second middle of the second got a sub.
Ben Simmons with Josh Josh Rich J.
Rich out of the game, third period at third quarter as well.
You got to give symbols of break some of the stories of Greg.
He can come in there and sustain the off offensive play and I think That's the human Eto as well.
I mean, yeah, both of them can do that.
A savvy veterans knock down the shots when they can.
But I think Trey Burke, a guy you can put in there still control the tempo, Get everyone involved and get ish.
Get his shots, a guy you can work off the dribble.
We saw the New York the past few years where you was on the starting starting lineup and he was averaging about 10 15 points a game.
He was getting everyone involved and was one of the leading scorers on that team.
So that's why I value him a little bit more because of how he can put up a quick nine in a few minutes, get everyone involved and and have a big impact.