Taken from the Orlando Sentinel if you want to go read the rest...
We all know if Jameer could play like he was pre-injury 2009/10, the Magic would be in a much better place, but those days are long gone and Jameer is becoming more and more a liability for the Magic. Granted we don't really have anyone else to turn to, but damn you have to take Jameer out when he's getting owned by a second year player who never gets regular playing time. Look at what Avery Bradley said about Jameer last night.
“He seemed like he didn’t even want to bring the ball up,” Bradley said in a postgame interview with NBA TV. “I looked at him and he kept telling me throughout the game, ‘You know what, don’t pick me up, don’t pick me up.’ And that’s when I knew, if I brought pressure, he didn’t want nothing to do with it.”
Avery Bradley, Boston’s second-year point guard, set the tone immediately by pressuring Nelson as Nelson brought the ball upcourt.
Bradley fired up his teammates, and he also appeared to unnerve Nelson.
And for those of you who might say Jameer was just razzing or joking around, that's not the case here. Jameer would just deflect those comments off as having a bad game, but in reality, he is just becoming a bad point guard...Sigh.