The Eric Bledsoe Experience Is Going As Expected For L.A.
Eric Bledsoe is not a good basketball player. I’m sure he’s a nice guy and probably means well, but he isn’t a reliable basketball player. Bledsoe probably has a second career in the Big 3 waiting for him at some point. There were times in his Bucks’ career where I truly thought Bledsoe was the second banana of this team over Khris Middleton. There are podcasts for evidence. Boy, how wrong I was. Every time you thought Bledsoe could turn the corner, he would go on an epic cold streak. Or he would go into the playoffs and completely shit his pants. Bledsoe has been a tire fire to start the year for the Los Angeles Clippers as their starting point guard. The stats are grizzly.
Eric Bledsoe is such a war criminal pic.twitter.com/8sTp5FRry4
— Ahmed 🇸🇴 (@big_business_) November 1, 2021
While it’s not shown here, Bledsoe had another rough night at the office against lowly Oklahoma City. Bledsoe finished that game with eight points and four missed threes. The former Bucks guard is still convinced that he is a three-point shooter. There is 0.0 evidence that Bledsoe is good at shooting from the outside, but the dude still tries like he is. For the season, Bledsoe is a 3-for-20 from the outside. That’s awful.
It will be interesting to see if the Clippers keep Bledsoe in the starting rotation or he heads to the bench soon. One thing that’s interesting about the Clippers is they have a likable bench. Terrance Mann and Luke Kennard are both good, young players. Maybe Ty Lue sees them as a solid second unit, therefore, he has zero issues with Bledsoe out there? Regardless, he is not a player any Bucks fan is wishing back on Milwaukee.
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