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Old 11-20-2012, 10:40 PM   #46 (permalink)
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Can anyone tell me who the coach staffing was (besides D-antoni)? Is bickerstaff gone now?

If Dwight was a good free throw shooter, he could average 28-30ppg. Combine that with his defensive capabilities and he would probably be just as good as Shaq, perhaps even better.
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Can anyone tell me who the coach staffing was (besides D-antoni)? Is bickerstaff gone now?

If Dwight was a good free throw shooter, he could average 28-30ppg. Combine that with his defensive capabilities and he would probably be just as good as Shaq, perhaps even better.
If I'm not mistaken, Bernie's still with the Lakers but now as a consultant a la Tex Winter.
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If Dwight was a good free throw shooter, he could average 28-30ppg. Combine that with his defensive capabilities and he would probably be just as good as Shaq, perhaps even better.
No you are wrong here remember if Shaq could make free throws he'd have averagedd 40 a game. Shaq averaged that with a bad free throw stroke. Howard is no Shaq not even close really I know comparisons sometimes seem relevant but to me Howard is nowhere near the place Shaq was as a dominant player.

I watched Young Shaq dominate with freakish athleticism and then trasition into dominating with dominant low post moves.

I have yet to see Howard dominate or evolve in his low post game. Shaq gets hated on alot in the media for being critical of Howard but I think his points are often valid with the on court stuff.
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Good win for us. We saw that this team can play some defense when it matters, which is good news. If we could have made a few more damn FT's or 3's, this game would not have been close.

But what is wrong with Jodie Meeks? I had (have) such high hopes for this guy and has been such a disappointment so far. I am hoping D'Antoni can resurrect him from the brickyard, because I am starting to miss Ebanks, and that is sad for Jodie.
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No you are wrong here remember if Shaq could make free throws he'd have averagedd 40 a game. Shaq averaged that with a bad free throw stroke. Howard is no Shaq not even close really I know comparisons sometimes seem relevant but to me Howard is nowhere near the place Shaq was as a dominant player.

I watched Young Shaq dominate with freakish athleticism and then trasition into dominating with dominant low post moves.

I have yet to see Howard dominate or evolve in his low post game. Shaq gets hated on alot in the media for being critical of Howard but I think his points are often valid with the on court stuff.
I'm not talking about if both could hit them. I'm talking zero sum, where only Dwight could hit them. The free throw stroke would negate some of shaqs advantage offensively, and Dwight is better defensively, so he would be right up there with Shaq.
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If I'm not mistaken, Bernie's still with the Lakers but now as a consultant a la Tex Winter.
Bickerstaff was on the bench behind mike last game. Everyone stayed but they added two dantonis


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