On Thu, 1 Nov 2001, Mike Goodman wrote:
> Dean, Dean, Dean
> Maybe it wasn't in here, but I for one have been saying how Robert
> Horry does in fact always play better in the postseason.
> Further, Horry always gets better in the later stages of the
> playoffs. Almost always.
Yes, isn't it almost a cliche, how Horry turns it up in the playoffs,
especially the finals? Starting with his early years in Houston and those
two championshps in the mid-1990s. Sam Cassell also, with those Houston
teams. Deadly in the playoffs, just sort of hanging around during the
regular season. I think it's only with his Milwaukee years that Cassell's
become a year-round player, he might've had one good regular season in NJ.
However, I think of Horry as turning up his offense, and Dean's statistics
show that he's turning it up on defense (don't know if that's "instead" or