therealdeal wrote:^ One thing I really marveled at was Dwight's ability to challenge shots without getting called for fouls. He went up 3-4 times and may not have come up with the block, but changed the shot for damn sure.
Andrew didn't have the athleticism to do this and when he tried he was called for fouls, sometimes unfairly. Dwight's mobility is really remarkable and I think that's going to make our defense terrifying later on in the season.
I don't expect 4 blocks a game, but honestly he could have had way more last night. I think he should average more shots changed/shots blocked this season than he's had so far in his young career.
puffyusaf#2 wrote:Im optimistic that TWC can not in fact block me from seeing all the games this season.... I'll be able to catch one or two that is for sure
dwighthowardsdad wrote:Well, today was an improvement from what I have been seeing in our bench. There is still tons of work to do, but I'm confident if we can cut down the turnovers and everybody gets on the same page offensively and defensive both starters and bench players, we should be fine.
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Vasashi17 wrote:Here's to being optimistic that this gets done!Janis Carr: Gilbert Arenas just strolled by the baseline largely unnoticed by the Lakers-Clippers fans Twitter @janiscarr
kenzo wrote:CaCHooKa Man wrote:one game closer to the end of the mike brown era
True ... too bad it's one game closer to end of Kobe and Steve era as well
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