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    Good to see he is acknowledging the fact that they are building around the defence.

    Edit: Sorry, didn't know someone had already posted it.
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    He certainly looks like hes shed that 'Center' poundage.
    And good to see him acknowledging what he needs improvement on, and i believe he has been putting in ALOT of effort in areas he may not have done much of in the past. Besides the fact that hes still going hard on the '3 point shooting' haha

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    Quote YelaRoth wrote: View Post
    He certainly looks like hes shed that 'Center' poundage.
    And good to see him acknowledging what he needs improvement on, and i believe he has been putting in ALOT of effort in areas he may not have done much of in the past. Besides the fact that hes still going hard on the '3 point shooting' haha
    All he needs to do on the 3 pointer is bend his knees on the shot.

    When he bends the knees... money.

    When he goes straight legged.... broken rims.

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    Quote Matt52 wrote: View Post
    All he needs to do on the 3 pointer is bend his knees on the shot.

    When he bends the knees... money.

    When he goes straight legged.... broken rims.

    I think it's funny to say that a 7ft'er requires to bend his knees to shoot from long range (because he's tall). I totally agree with the mechanics and the importance of fundamentals. I would think that he'd develop a form similar to Larry Bird. Both not exceptional jumpers but both fundamentally sound (at least shooting-wise)

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