Our current system has a very poor rhythm and it's very predictable. Our perimeter offense has been putrid because we're not making the defense work. If Rondo is going to hold the ball for as long as he is in our offense, then he needs to carry a bigger burden of our offense.
Our fg% from 10-15 feet, 16-23 feet and on threes are all above the league average. Exactly what do you mean by "Our perimeter offense has been putrid"?
I'm mainly focusing on the three ball, and I guess putrid is a bit of an overstatement, but sorry if I'm not comfortable with "above average", then you see that we're 28th in the league in 3-point attempts, and you'll see where I'm coming from. Well our pace is slow, so we don't put as many shots as other teams... while true, consider that we're 27th in the league in percentage of shots taken vs total FG attempts.
We don't do enough to get our shooters open (or give them the ball when they are for that matter). While we want to get away from being a jump shooting team, fact of the matter is that we have some very dangerous 3-point shooters in our team, particularly from the corner, who aren't being used much in that capacity.
But that said, Lee has been shooting it poorly, but that goes back to these players not being in any sort of rhythm offensively because they're rarely touching the ball as it is, but the onus is on him to make the shots when given. He hasn't done it.
So in many regards, highly disappointed with our perimeter effort.