Atlanta Hawks: What happened to Joe’s mojo?

Sorry for the late post, blog people. Don’t ever believe ‘em when they tell you the pupil dilation wears off in an hour . . . .

The Hawks aren’t going anywhere if J.J. doesn’t get in a groove. OK, they may not go anywhere even if he does, but they’ve got no chance if his form doesn’t improve as he finishes up his least productive year since his first one in Atlanta and his least efficient year since his days in Phoenix.

The problem is opponents aren’t making it easy for J.J. to find his form. He still draws swarming double teams most nights and it’s seemed to knock him off kilter. There are times when J.J. looks as if he’s not sure what to do, and I think that’s a big reason why he’s sounded so despondent lately.

Clearly the Hawks need Joe (and Jamal for that matter) to find a way to score. Passing off every time he gets doubled isn’t the answer, since it takes Atlanta’s most talented scorer out of the offense and plays into the strategy of the defense.

What’s J.J.’s thinking when he gets doubled?

“Early, I just try to make the right basketball play and get guys in position to where they can make baskets,” J.J. said. “But if it’s not going right I do tend to force it every now and then because I just feel I have to do something other than just sit there and accept the double team and pass the ball.”

Is that because as the Hawks’ top scorer (and top dog) for so many years he feels a responsibility to lift them out of their current funk?

“Yeah,” he said, “but there is only so much I can do. So I just try to give em what I’ve got.”

I asked L.D. if the only way J.J. will find more rook to work is if the Hawks make opponents pay for the doubles by making the right plays when J.J. passes out. He said that’s only part of the equation and he stumbled upon another factor when he couldn’t sleep the other night.

Drew turned on the television at 3 a.m. and came across a replay of the Thunder-Heat game from a couple weeks back:

“I am sitting there watching Kevin Durant and they are double-teaming him all over the place. But he goes quick. He gets his shot quick. He comes off the screens looking to shoot it quick. And he’s accepting double teams and making plays out of double teams. Sometimes it calls for showing a willingness to make the right plays out of double teams. If they see you are a reluctant passer the heat will be turned up even more. Not saying that’s what’s happening with us but those are the things you have to do with double teams. If you are a scorer, knowing that you are going to be double-teamed you have got to go into your shot and your offense a little quicker. If not, you have to make a play out of a double team. The other thing that affects double teams is where you are on the floor. It’s a lot easier to double team when you are on one side of the floor than when you are in the middle of the floor. We’ve gone to where doing more things out of middle of the floor.”

Sounds good in theory, but “quick” has never been J.J.’s style. He’s been at his best deliberately setting up his opponent and using his size to get off his shot (which obviously doesn’t work against double teams). I’m not even sure J.J. can play a more dynamic style like Durant, D-Wade, et al.

The good news is Joe says his health is not an issue, so at least you can scratch that off the list of potential problems.

“You are always going to have your nick-nacks from the first month until the season is over with,” he said. “That’s common.”

Michael Cunningham, Hawks beat

221 comments Add your comment

O'Brien

March 25th, 2011
5:44 pm

LD: “I am sitting there watching Kevin Durant and they are double-teaming him all over the place. But he goes quick. He gets his shot quick. He comes off the screens looking to shoot it quick. And he’s accepting double teams and making plays out of double teams..

Najeh has always said one of JJ’s problems is he takes too long to make up his mind. And it looks like thats what LD is saying. Josh will make the quick pass out of the double team, and JJ hesitates to shoot, and he hesitates to pass.

Speed it up JJ. Speed it up.

Lukecage

March 25th, 2011
5:48 pm

mjdawg

March 25th, 2011
5:56 pm

joe’s problem is that he is not a max player. he is not even the player on the team. i fault rick sund and management for paying him max $$$. the hawks just gave him the money with no one else offering him “jack’. the hawks have always had bad management. remember the “koncak payout, trading dominique, signing speedy(slow) claxton, drafting marvin williams instead of derron williams or chris paul, drafting sheldon williams, signing jason collins, etc. u see what i mean! there is more, but i am tired. lol

tyger

March 25th, 2011
5:56 pm

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2.54 Jon Baldwin WR Pitt
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7.189 Rico Lockette WR FVSU

Big Daddy

March 25th, 2011
6:04 pm

The good teams have plays to get their person open so that they can take that quick shot. LD needs to do the same. When you look at Colby, Amare, Deron, etc, they usually go through double screen to get them to a place where they feel comfortable and they can either shoot, drive or pass the ball from that spot. Dominique made a living coming off a double screen along the baseline and getting the ball to do one of the three things I just mentioned. Come on LD, that’s not new.

Rev in Tampa

March 25th, 2011
6:05 pm

Is it possible that LD’s offense has thrown JJ out of his game?

it s probably not fair to suggest LD is responsible but until he decides to free Jeff Teague then I am going to lay all the Hawks troubles at his feet.

ag

March 25th, 2011
6:11 pm

I am so interested in the now. A couple of points, we have a real good team and just a poor coach. If I were the coach I would start with Al and make him watch hours of footage of Hakeem Olajuwon. Then I would pop out the tape and run a little Alonzo Mourning. Then I would tell him to stop crying on national tv about players who are bigger than him. Olajuwon is 6″10 250, Mourning 6′10″ 240. They both dealt with bigger, stronger and better centers than Al ever did (i.e. Ewing, Jabbar, Shaq, etc)….they even dealt with Moses Malone 6′10 215!!! Today’s big man.. Dwight.

That also is for all of you who want us to get a center. Were are we going to get him from? Who was the last center who came out of college to become a impact player?

START JEFF TEAGUE
FIRE LD

slimjr

March 25th, 2011
6:14 pm

You got to scout over seas or down in South America for your skilled bigs today..Sorry but those are the facts ma’am!……………………..

ag

March 25th, 2011
6:15 pm

I really can go on and on. Heck, Wes Unseld 6′7″ 245 playing center!
Oh, other players Hakeem had to deal with: David Robinson, Dikembe Mutombo, robert Parrish..

I would also (read this 1000 time), coach Josh to stay in the paint. I would use positive reinforcement. “Josh, write on a sheet of paper all the players that can stop you down low.” Against these guys, take a jumper. If they are not on the list, I want you to take at least 10 shots downlow and I am going to run plays to post you up.

Marvin.. sorry dude, you will be on my bench.

JJ. Just like Dominque and Kevin Willis took turns on the block… ditto for Joe and Josh.. would sometimes run him off screens.

Hinrich- starting PG

Teague- watch Iverson and his dog. Take control of the team. Hey kid, spend the weekend with the Van Exel’s. I am sure he has some film on himself.

For those of you like “Bob” keep saying we need a center, what center do you want? Dwight? Gasol?–uh Bynum? Again, the talent pool for centers is watered down.

This team is built for speed, then put the fastest guy on the court and watch it go. MC please probe the idiot about not playing Teague. Bring up his quote form the Portland game and asked him if he has changed his mind.

START JEFF TEAGUE
FIRE LD

slimjr

March 25th, 2011
6:15 pm

Joe acts like he lost his best friend or his main squeeze dropped him like a hot potato……..LOL

slimjr

March 25th, 2011
6:17 pm

Maybe drb has a friend or two who could cheer him up???????LOL

ag

March 25th, 2011
6:22 pm

slimjr, this is not baseball! You watched the Olympics. Were are the bigs? They are out there, but they don’t have the skill set to dominate. It only happens a couple of times a century. Crying for a center is like those guys in the 60’s and 70’s crying about Wilt. Did Boston with their 6′9″ 215 center cry or did they build a team to win?

slimjr

March 25th, 2011
6:28 pm

I hear ya ag. but we have a 610 and a half 250 lb guy that does not want to play center??? Go figure….

ag

March 25th, 2011
6:30 pm

hey you have to coach him up

ag

March 25th, 2011
6:34 pm

Al did not do all that crying until this season.

Rod from College Park

March 25th, 2011
6:38 pm

These comments by JJ go back to my dislike for Marvin as a basketball player so much. If the coach will simply look at the tape, the double team 9 times out of 10 is Marvin’s man because teams don’t have to check him. He is a self check. To add to that, none of the wing player or bigs cut to the rim when the double team comes, so JJ has to hesitate because everybody is standing around twiddling their thumbs, or waiting to shoot a 3 pointer. Drew must actually understand this which is the reason he takes Marvin out in the 4th quarter. When Jamal is in for Marvin, the double usually comes from Josh’s man, because for some strange reason, he is standing out behind the 3 point line, and then he feels compelled to shoot it because he knows that the team will not get a better look, because the shot clock is under 10 seconds. Movement and hard cuts to the rim by his teammates would help JJ. Josh needs to understand that you are left open on the perimeter for a reason, and he almost needs to start going to the hole no matter what. You can not settle for the jumpshot late in the game. You must drive the basketball at any cost. The only guys that should be shooting jumpshots at this point are Horford and Hinrich. I am very dissapointed in JJ’s play this year, but the real problems are guys who are wide open regularly because of the double team, are not coverting (Josh and Marvin), and Joe lacks the ability to put his head down, drive the basketball and draw a foul or score.

Jae Evolution

March 25th, 2011
6:42 pm

Well said Rod, Josh and Marvin are two good finishers at the rim, by either getting fouled or making the layup, if these guys would cut and become slashers JJ would have a much easier time passing out, it’s pretty much what the Bulls do everytime Rose gets doubled they find the open cutter and finish.

Worldwide Clyde

March 25th, 2011
6:45 pm

The season is almost over and we are still trying to figure out what to do when JJ get double teamed. SMH. What are the Hawks doing in practice? Why are they running the same ole plays? Isn’t it the coaching staff’s job to draw up sets to deal with something as easy as a double team?

FIRE LD

slimjr

March 25th, 2011
6:47 pm

They are not cutting because they are being coached up also these guys are soft and dont want to take the punishment going into the paint!!!

slimjr

March 25th, 2011
6:50 pm

The Hawks season is almost over!!! 3.5 weeks and they go fishing or to the shoe model establishments!!! LOL

Personally I’d rather stare at Monique Minor Modeling anything…..LOL

ag

March 25th, 2011
6:53 pm

Rod from College Park
JJ had breakout game with JT/KH lineup with him at SF

Damn Teague

March 25th, 2011
6:57 pm

The problem this offense is have facing double teams is a combinations of things. Some of them are on JJ, like not going quickly when he spots the double coming, giving the other teams defense time to set up in the passing lanes making it hard to find someone in a good psoition to score. Some of the blame has to fall on the other players on the court. When doubles come the all can stand stationary around the the 3-point arch like they’re about to participate in a 3-point contest. Players have to cut and move to create better passing angles for Joe to find them in good positions to score or make a play. where most of the blame for this problem should fall on the coach though. When a team has a problem with a specific type of defense or one single thing like this, it is up to the coach to work on this with his team. Design way to counter and put his players in position to maximize there talent. Oterwise what the point in having a coach.The fact that the Hawks are still having problems with teams double teaming Joe shows the quality of coaching thats been taking place over the past couple of years. But Joe finding his “Mojo” is one of the many problems facing this team at the moment.

And dont even get me started on Jeff Teague AKA “Mr.DNP-CD”…. I mean really Larry Drew? Playing 7 players on the back end of a back to back? Thats is all…..

Damn Teague

March 25th, 2011
6:59 pm

Looks like my first post could’ve used a proofread, but I think I still got my point across

Rod from College Park

March 25th, 2011
7:07 pm

JSS,

From last blog:

@ Rod…

“Not to have DrMaryB looking over her shoulder for the blogger whose name will never be spoken; you wouldn’t have taken Brook Lopez?”

No. That might have been one I missed on. Again, I would not have drafted a Stanford player under any circumstances. Especially after Childress and Keefe.

RaJaH

March 25th, 2011
7:23 pm

Da’Sean Butler signs with the Spurs.

Space Mountain

March 25th, 2011
7:25 pm

Joe is too out of shape to play SG even though that is his skill set, move him to SF. Horford IS A PF, NOT A CENTER! there are only a hand-full of true “centers” in the NBA (Howard, Bynum, Duncan). You don’t have to have a center. But you do have to play inside. Josh’s problem is that he thinks he is Dominique. Yes they can both dunk, but that’s it. He is slow with the ball and has a worse looking jump shot than Dennis Rodman. Josh has to play the low post and stop trying to be a “point forward” or he needs to go. Move Crawford into starting lineup at SG. Hinrich starting PG. Teague, Wilkins, Williams, Zaza, Armstrong rotated off bench (not all at one time like LD seems to do). Next season is next season. Let’s see how this one ends first.

MannyT

March 25th, 2011
7:37 pm

How about some post ups for Joe that START with him down low. Easier shots to increase his confidence and give the Hawks some inside presence. I don’t understand why we don’t take advantage of having one of the biggest, strongest SG in the league.

drmaryb (*_-)

March 25th, 2011
7:44 pm

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Aiight! What’s up with Joe Johnson? Joe need to stop listening to a million people and just go out there and play his game, its actual and its natural. Just Play! Do You – Joe! Do yo thing man, ISO, Ball-Hog, Whatever! Do what got you here and don’t stop till YOU get enough!

Child Please! Forget about all these game doctors!
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“Maybe drb has a friend or two who could cheer him up???????LOL”
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Damn, my friends? Here I am – Send me!

W.R.Terrell

March 25th, 2011
7:51 pm

I think what happened to ISO Joes mojo is 20 million in pocket. He was never worth that amount and does not have the heart, mindset, focus or dedication to pull it off. Saturday evening we play New Jersey, now watch and see who kills us. Can you take a guess, here’s a hint. He launches 3 pointers and other DUMBASS shots and then checks with his coach to see if that was alright. I have a prob mentioning that idiots name. Tomorrow we will lose if that Dummy, no basketball brain, “smoove” does his usual and then carry that stupid ass look around like “what happened?” We are probably going to lose tomorrow and it could be a blowout. The playoffs may be a mirage and do you really wanna watch this embarrassing group play. Next year folks and hopefully “smoove” will be gone with his silly ass and maybe ISO too. Jeff Teague needs to start but LD is super dense, he will do the silly thing and not play him or Hilton. I have to give it to Woody, he took a bunch of dumbasses and had them playing on a level that was foreign to all of em.

James the Plumber (I still have hope for this team)

March 25th, 2011
7:59 pm

If am Rick Sund, I call Mark Cuban after we get swept by ORL-he was desperately after JJ in the off-season. I would offer him JJ (preferably with) Marvin for [J. Barera, Brandon Haywood , C.Butler] and or Shawn Marion.]] We can start building a-fresh from that point with some expiring contracts. JJ can actually thrive better on a different team, maybe Dallas is that franchise especially since they wont be double teaming him with Dirk on the court. It makes both teams better.

drmaryb (*_-)

March 25th, 2011
8:17 pm

WRTerrell

Just like they wanted Woody gone? He Left.
For all the people who believe the solution is to throw the baby out with the bath water? Be very careful about what you’re asking for?

Yall were unsatisfied with what little success this team had.
How do you like them now? Its easy to log on here and FIRE everybody everyday.

But, keep this in mind. The Hawks are Lucky to have Mr. Johnson, he is the only Super-Star yall will ever see in Atlanta. He came here when yall had nothing but a basketball and no one to put the damned ball in a hole in the ground.

All these Super-Stars yall pine for? They don’t want yall!
Because yall don’t even show up for a game and when you do?
You’re in the stands being disrespectful, chanting MVP for the other team and buying Kobe’s Jersey. The only games yall show up for is the:

Heat
Lakers
OKC
Dallas
San Antonio
New York

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On the other nights? Yall stay home and the stands are empty.
Don’t think for a minute the other teams to don’t see it, talk about it and laugh about it. When they are FA’s? This town is not even an option.
No one is walking through that door! Joe Smith said he had 90 followers on Twitter when he was here. He signed with the Lakers and in 5 minutes?
He had 5,000 followers and he anchors the bench for that team.
He has played for them less than Teague has for us or Jordan Crawford for that matter. So, while you guys are shipping out:
Joe, Jamal, J-Smoove and everybody else? Remember that.
No one is coming here to take their places.
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drmaryb is gonna’ always keep it real on a blog.
I’m just sayin’ – be careful. Woody is gone and we will never sniff round 2 again, ever!

Worldwide Clyde

March 25th, 2011
8:31 pm

Quote Of The Year:

“When a team has a problem with a specific type of defense or one single thing like this, it is up to the coach to work on this with his team. Design way to counter and put his players in position to maximize there talent. Oterwise what the point in having a coach.The fact that the Hawks are still having problems with teams double teaming Joe shows the quality of coaching thats been taking place over the past couple of years.” – Damn Teague

Rusty

March 25th, 2011
8:33 pm

How bright ld is. We all knew that years ago

drmaryb (*_-)

March 25th, 2011
8:33 pm

Mr. Woodson took minced meat and made rhubarb pie.
This team competed hard until they ran into a buzz-saw and out of gas.
Woody didn’t play our scrubs, yeah, he ran the starters into the ground, but what other choice did he have.

He had no PG and no true Center. In 6 years, Daddy M never delivered any groceries. Joe never had any help! We grew Josh and Al, they were grown organically, but they are not super – duper players, they were kids. Sans Al. He is a man!

Just like LeBron and Dwade and Bosh cried for help? Joe never complained, never bolted The Hawks. He could have taken less money and right now be in NY with Amare and Carmelo. He didn’t do that?
He was loyal to The Hawks and for no apparent reason!

We needed him way more than he needed us. Now he needs some help to pull them swarming triple teams off of him. Josh shooting from the outside is not pulling a defender off Joe. Al is hiding from the kryptonite in the paint. Al is extremely reluctant to shoot. Hell, he can’t even get his own shot! So he is not pulling a defender off joe either.
No one on this team is triple teamed but Joe. We may not respect his game, but every coach and player in the league DOES! 82 times per year! Believe that!

So FIRE away! Pretty soon yall will be like northcyde in reverse, yall will be driving to Memphis to see Rudy “broke shoulder” Gaye, since yall want to see him play so bad.
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Peace! Remember, this team is good, but we are not a Championship Roster! Bypass Sund and See ASKG for that problem to be solved.

Mr. Johnson may pick his shots or his girlfriends, but he does not pick his teammates!

drmaryb (*_-)

March 25th, 2011
8:35 pm

And, he doesn’t pick his coaches either.

drmaryb (*_-)

March 25th, 2011
8:42 pm

Rod

Some teammates actually run TO the ball and give their star an option to pass. Relieve the pressure off Joe, then Joe can roll to the lane and
get it back. See Boston.

When Joe is tripled, they stand and watch, they don’t move without the ball, they wait on it? Player movement os non-existent on this roster.
The 4th qrtr is the only qrtr that this really matters. For us, its the 3rd and 4th where we lay down and lose games!

A Blind-Rapper can see this!

Rusty

March 25th, 2011
8:46 pm

All of the teams see & know jj is going to dribble & dribble,when he start his move there usually is only one person on him but he invites more than one person to cover him & one of the main problems is everybody knows he has only one thought & that is to get a shot. It’s kind of hard to make a good pass when you are getting smothered by 3 players.

Rusty

March 25th, 2011
8:48 pm

A lot of our problems in the 4 th quarter are because Joe tries to take over the game

CONservative Johnson

March 25th, 2011
9:02 pm

No excuses for Joe. There are a number of players who get double teamed; they make better plays and less money . . .

drmaryb (*_-)

March 25th, 2011
9:03 pm

Joe should take over the game! That’s how we won 53 games last year!
Do you want Josh to take it over? Al is reluctant and is hiding this year.

Every championship team has a goto player to take over a game!
See, Kobe, LeBron, Dwade, DRose. Boston got 3 HOF’ers they’re set. However, Paul Pierce is nothing but a shell now.

Joe is paid 16M to take over the game! That’s what all that moey is for! Duuhh! We are lucky to have a goto player, we just don’t know how to use him. We got Josh Powell putting up 5 shots in the 4th! That’s why his azz is glued to the bench now.

Rusty, do you even know how to play Basketball? Go Figure! And, you Sir are not 71 years old! That is a lie! I can tell by the silliness in the posts.

Damn Teague

March 25th, 2011
9:04 pm

@drmaryb You’re right. Us as fans have not been the most supportive, I mean forbes listed us 3 2 on the list for the most miserable sport cities, partly because of that. And true Joe Johnson did come here to be ‘the guy’ when no on else cared too, but the Hawks also signed him to a 70 million dollar deal back then when he wasn’t gonna get that deal anywhere else. And Joe was traded here so he pretty much didnt have a choice but to come here. And lets not make it seem like Joe stayed here and remained a Hawk because of some deep loyal allegiance. He stayed here because of the 120million dollar check he will be collecting on. It is clear and obvious he would have had a better chance to win with some of the other teams intersted in his services but at a lesser price.

The main problem Joe will have his entire time as a Hawk is the he is a square playertrying to be put in a square hole. Meaning that he is a very very very good NBA player & all star but he is just not the #1 primo scorer guy who can ‘carry’ a team when the going gets tough like in the playoffs. And the Hawks are trying to force it on him. This not a knock against Joe but its just not who he is. And barring some unforeseen magical disney like trade I can’t see the flexibilty in this roster to bring him some significant help.

Oh and for everyone on this blog that tries to use Ld’s horrible handling of this as a justification for the great job Mike Woodson was doing, I mean LD was his top assistant so what did we really expect?

CONservative Johnson

March 25th, 2011
9:07 pm

drmaryb, that’s just an excuse. There are many times where Joe holds onto the ball and waits for the double to get to him, and then tries to pass the ball (which usually results in an ugly turnover) or make whatever move he wants (which is usually a bad shot) way too late.

If he were looking to pass the ball there is usually someone there to receive it. He just isn’t looking to pass it up quick enough. And, in his iso-Joe mode, he waits too long to go . . .

Damn Teague

March 25th, 2011
9:09 pm

Has anyone paid any notice to the numbers Jordan Crawford has been putting up in DC? Looks like we may have traded the wrong Crawford LOL. LD should take notice of what young players can do when giving actual playing time! Everytime I see Jordan Crawford’s stats from a game I can’t help but to go… “Damn Teague!” No way a player of his ability and potential on a team like this should recieve so many DNP-CD’s. Ok Rant complete

SteveW

March 25th, 2011
9:09 pm

I understand ya’ll about Mike Brown. I’m just thinking that he and Casey are the only realistic options open right now. Don Nelson leaves me cold. Adelman is not open yet.

But anybody that’s being mentioned has got to be better than LD.

And some of ya’ll dissin’ Brown, aren’t ya’ll the same ones praisng LD for saying the right things in the preseason? Just sayin’. Kept tellin’ ya’ll to hold your horses on that one. But I had no idea he would be this bad.

Rusty

March 25th, 2011
9:10 pm

Drmaryb. For your info I am 71 .for jj to dominate he would have to make his shots. He is a choker just like the playoffs can’t perform under the pressure it is quite obvious to most of the bloggers

Damn Teague

March 25th, 2011
9:12 pm

Yeah I meant a Square player trying to be put into a Circular hole!!!! Gotta start proof reading my post! Sorry

SteveW

March 25th, 2011
9:18 pm

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Rusty

March 25th, 2011
9:18 pm

Drmaryb I played high school basketball 1955 to 1958 & played in Marietta city league until I had a laminectony(17 inches cut out) when I was 60. I also play over 100 holes of golf a week inspite of having a knee bone on bone,wear a $1000 brace.

SteveW

March 25th, 2011
9:19 pm

“Role” should be “Roll” – but this is the Hawks, who cares!?!

I mean we’re setting records right? And few seem to care.

SteveW

March 25th, 2011
9:29 pm

Philly is pulling away from Miami