1st Grade Fringe
- Jul 24, 2013
Tevaga is a small forward, the question the Warriors have to ask themselves is, is it worth carrying a small forward for his offloads when bigger teams mash our forward pack into the ground. Would it not be better to have a larger player who can compete physically on attack. A bigger forward is more work for the opposition to down. Throwing a pebble at a brick wall isn't going to do enough damage
You saw today, they brought on Tamou, we brought on Tevaga, we had to commit 3 players to Tamou every time he got the ball
How do you drop Jazz based on his form this year? Just how??