Alright, we're all down on Dwight right now I get it.
The man's attitude has been disappointing lately, but I'm a believer in the inherent goodness of human beings. He's immature, but he's not a bad guy. I think he made some decisions the last few days because he's frustrated and he's obviously not having fun. I think the little bit we saw of him in the first half against Memphis was good. He was more energetic and we weren't leading at half time but our defense started out great and he was a part of that.
karacha brought up this in the Kobe Bryant thread:
Dwight is still leading the league in rebounds, he's shooting 57.6% from the field which is actually low for him, his free throws have recovered to about 50%, he's blocking 2.5 shots a game which is his most since he lead the league in '10.
And he's quite obviously physically struggling. Am I ready to declare him our future? Not until I see him dominate consistently, but certainly he's been the best Center in the league this season. That much is true.