I’ve always been an unabashed E’Twaun Moore fan. From his silky, smooth jumper to his tear-drop runner, Moore is the perfect complementary scoring piece for a good team, perhaps like the New Orleans Pelicans.
A man without much consideration for himself, Moore has always stepped into whatever role Alvin Gentry has deemed necessary. But as is typical of a star-driven, underachieving team with lofty aspirations, the “help” (as is often referred) takes the blunt of the castigation when the organization fails to meet said expectations.
E’Twaun Moore has taken plenty of criticism during his time in New Orleans and perhaps rightfully so in some circumstances.