Yeah, I agree. If Kwame shows signs of a break out and strings together some 20 pt games, then things will get tougher for him. The opposition will put their best defender on Kwame, they will double him and they will study film on him to learn his post moves. This happened to Zach Randolph, and he has since been slowed down. Over this season and next, Kwame will need to to develop a consistent jumper and learn to make smart decisions with the ball (like passing out of double teams) before taking his game to the next level.Originally posted by <b>BCH</b>!
I wager that soon, you will see forwards really play off of Kwame, and teams will shoot a guard at him as soon as he puts it on the floor. Once he picks up his dribble, then the guard should recover to the open man left on the rotation. Trust me, this will frustrate the hell out of Kwame.
Originally posted by <b>rainman</b>!
with guys like tyson chandler,kwame brown and eddy curry(all young of course) its a matter of bringing it every night and working at making your game better year round. talent isnt the issue.