Of Tuesday's work, Scott said, "I pushed it; I wanted to see what my body would do - see if I still had it. And I've still got it. Never a question; I'm ready to go." Sounds to me like the coaches have beaten him down soo much and used him soo sparringly that he is second guessing his abilities. Unbelievable!!! Chalk up another f**k up for Hawk. Hagan is also at fault though...he seems to forget that a big reason for his success and many others of his era was that they were allowed to play the majority of the time and let their athleticism take over as they got into the flow of the game. Our game plan since Hawk has been here hasnt allowed anybody to get in the flow of a game with the constant shuffling of players.