gcclaker wrote:Ras Algethi wrote:Dont understand why commentators are harping on Dwight should want the ball more. That's exactly what opposing teams want. He's a horrible offensive player. That's just going to stagnant Houston's offense.
Exactly. I would leave him single covered every time. Yet same said commentators would end up sniping at Howard for not improving on his post game. Unless I am wrong, I don't recall him being doubled or even triple teamed much for that matter on the low block.
LTLakerFan wrote:purp n gold wrote:I love it all. Reading through these tweets is oddly like the doomsday thread
With his "GM" act and yelling already at others….. he's too dumb to realize it yet but he has already done it. Stepped right into a bleep storm only 6 games into the season with his new team, that he was going (in his words to Cuban) to be "EPIC" with. LMFAO. The public and even ESPN is so divided on this guy, leaning toward negative, that it is all about to come crashing down on him. Unless he suddenly has an epiphany. I think he is too self absorbed to have an epiphany so this season is going to be FUN. He may make LeBron's season after "The Decision" and losing to Dallas after that, look like child's play. Because like others have said, he never developed skills to buckle down and develop further to a needed level for the position he plays. LeBron only got out of hell because he has many more skills and he finally won. He almost fell right back into it in that last minute of that collapse against San Antonio. Welcome to that Dwight. LBJ had potential to become a WINNER. Dwight don't.
LTLakerFan wrote:^^^ And this squad has no MAN like Bryant to check Clown and the other prima donnas. Who wouldn't love to have heard that "air it out" meeting in Memphis last year when Kobe had had enough of his back stabbing and sniping. The tension in Houston's locker room is going to get ugly this year. Clown and Beard Pecker have all the leverage with the money tied up in them. McHale tries to go old school on their mentality……see ya!!
abeer3 wrote:he's looked pretty much like he did last year thus far. what makes me laugh is that he may be even more marginalized in Houston's offense; he just has to shut up about it because his q-rating is already in the toilet.
Ras Algethi wrote:Dwight has lost a good deal of that freak athleticism he use to have.
Weezy wrote:Man am I glad we didn't give this guy $100 million dollars for 5 years.
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