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[Video] Ish Smith no-look pass to Chuck Hayes

Discussion in 'Houston Rockets: Game Action & Roster Moves' started by Clutch, Nov 7, 2010.

  1. ryano2009

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    Yes, but he made dumb decision which is not going to college and developing his game before heading to the NBA.
     
  2. Yung-T

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    Telfair with college expierence could've been one of the top-5 point guards in the nba, played like cp3.
     
  3. bloop

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    What that clip shows is how true Chuck's hands are. great pass by Smith, great handle and score by Hayes

    nah coulda shoulda woulda. there's absolutely no way to substantiate in the slightest this sort of generalization. he was hyped because he's from the NY basketball scene and is marbury's cousin or something. he hasn't shown any kind of work ethic or smarts in 8 years in the league so we know at least that he wouldn't have had that going for him even if he spent 2 or 3 years with Pitino.
     
  4. devilsdandruff

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    without replays. i couldn't even see the pass.
     
  5. DreamShook

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    1 turnover in 41 minutes is also pretty impressive. I think Ish would have had 10 assists if Jordan Hill would dunk the ball after receiving one of his passes. Ish gave him 3 passes, all in transition, all in stride, all right around the basket.

    I'm surprised at how fast and in control he is in transition.
     
  6. VanityHalfBlack

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    LOL, let him come off the bench...
     
  7. RMGEEGEE

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    He had so many pinpoint passes, but a lot of our guys couldn't finish.

    He could have easily had 10 assists this game.
     
  8. Chamillionaire

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    AB would never make that pass. great passers are still great.
     
  9. TheChosenOne

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    How old is Ish?
     
  10. Hakeemtheking

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    Clyde mentioned that he hadn't seen a pg with Ish's passing ability in a long time.

    Ish could be something really special if he could develop a reliable mid-range shot and a floater. Ish's passes to Jordan Hill were so precise that all he had to do was catch and either shoot or make a layup.
     
  11. Hayesfan

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    I think he's 21 or 22
     
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    wow, that was amazing. without the slowmo, you can never tell how he passed it to chuck
     
  13. mich

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    I really like this guy!

    What have been doing this year, Rick?
     
  14. Mr. Clutch

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    He's the black Pistol Pete Maravich.
     
  15. DaDakota

    DaDakota If you want to know, just ask!

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    After watching the replay, still a good pass.....great court awareness.....

    DD
     
  16. alex_eg6

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    Im surprised that Chuck was able to get that pass. It was way to fast for the naked eye.
     
  17. J-Wolf

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    Now that is talent! Something you just can't learn or teach. Wow! I am really impressed. He sees passing lanes that 90% other NBA starting PG's can't see. He is a keeper. I want him to start vs. smaller guards.
     
  18. J-Wolf

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    And further to that, I would like Ish to start vs. teams with smaller guards such as GS, Bucks, etc. Lowry probably should start vs. Utah, Mav, etc. AB's best role is to come off bench and provide some fire power, just like Jason Terry.
     
  19. Deckard

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    While watching the game, I saw that play and couldn't figure out what happened. It looked like a magic trick. I stopped my DVR and replayed it a few times. Just one hell of a pass! Apparently, he did that stuff at Wake Forest as well, where he was team captain for 3 straight years. Also a hell of a play by Chuck. Great to see Hayes with his motor running full speed, after being injured most of last season.
     
  20. Mr. Clutch

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    Haha, same here. I honestly thought it was a behind the back pass until I saw the video in this thread. What's impressive is that the players seem to be expecting the passes, too.

    That's why I'm calling him the next Pistol Pete. With his passes, you're not exactly sure what happened until you see it a few times.
     

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