In an interview Andre Royo, the actor who played Bubbles on The Wire, was asked about some of the things he learned on the set. His answer left an impression with me. He said that the creator, David Simon, had this saying when micromanagement for the sake of micromanagment arose: better is the enemy of good.
Dejuan Blair is now in our statistical crosshairs here at Pounding The Rock. There is a call to eat up his playing time like a Whataburger double with cheese and jalapeños would be eaten but by a late night Dejuan Blair. I'm here to say that this is unfair I have no answer for it, numerically. Well, that's not true. I have one answer: winning percentage. There is nowhere to go but down in this category. There's not much room for improvement there unless we replaced the team with cyborgs fitted with echo-guns, the kind make your stomach hurt and your ears ring in white hot pain when shot at you. Only then could we see improvement with our team. And I'm just not willing to go there yet. And at what cost? The end of humanity? Is that what you want Blair-Bear haters? Skynet?