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Dwight Howard should have shot that 3!

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Post#16 Re: Dwight Howard should have shot that 3!
Fri Nov 16, 2012 12:23 pm by Kobe Bean

Haha...I wish he would've taken and made that 3 instead of Pau

Would've been some historical shi.t, lol
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Post#17 Re: Dwight Howard should have shot that 3!
Fri Nov 16, 2012 1:04 pm by aroba

Pau makes A LOT of long distance shots on shootaraounds

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nzYLLHL9 ... re=related

...you gotta makem in da gamez
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Post#18 Re: Dwight Howard should have shot that 3!
Fri Nov 16, 2012 1:31 pm by Michael Lucky

These guys talent are ridiculous. So efforless. Probably takes me 50 shots to get 3 to go in from there in a row. sigh.
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Post#19 Re: Dwight Howard should have shot that 3!
Sat Nov 17, 2012 5:22 am by Mass Rig

leeprettyp wrote:Bandwagon fans at their best. Man were not moving Pau so stop talking about it. He's a dying breed in todays game . Its very few back to the basket bigs that can turn and face up and has that passing ability. Its still early in the season and I'm not giving up on a top 5 PF still in the NBA

I honestly couldn't care less if he hits sky hooks blindfolded, the guy needs to:

- move his feet on D
- really contest shots
- box out
- rebound the friggin ball

He is been way subpar defensively so far.
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