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I think everybody looks at him and assumes he's never worked out a day in his life and that he has tons more weight to put on but I'm not convinced. You look at his traps and his deltoids and they both look as though he's focused on working those two areas out. To quote "It's always Sunny in Philadelphia" I think he worked out his "vanity muscles" before entering the league and that he may max-out skinny in the same way that KG, Bosh or Camby all did. You never know though. And each of those guys put on varying degrees of weight anyway.
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God Squad wrote:I also thought that he's been very injury prone to the point I think ROY goes to Lilliard.
To the point? I say Lillard is a ROY no matter AD's injuries. Davis has been given complete green light and was pretty bland I think. He often settles with off balanced jumpshots, which are nice and all, but aren't very good shots. He is obviously the most talented big, but John Henson and Andre Drummond were just as impressive IMO.
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bena2005 wrote:I see Bargnani stepping his game up at an all-star status. He's probably going to become the main focus on the team once bosh leave and will show what he's capable of,
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RapsFanInVA wrote:How does landing on a guy's foot and rolling your ankle qualify as injury prone? It's just bad luck.
See my note on "Ligamentous Laxity"
Some people can land on a guys foot and it not affect them nearly as much as some - see Curry, Stephon.
Double Helix wrote:When I showed the camby picture it was more to remind everybody of the image Camby once had. Skinny, injury-prone... amazing help defence. As others have said though, AD's upside is much higher because he actually has a very impressive looking jumper and a solid handle for his height.
Their frames do remind me of one another though.
When Camby came into the league he was all offense and a struggling rebounder. Somewhere in his development, he stopped focusing on offense and went strictly defense/rebounding. He had a great inside game and a reliable jumper, very similar to the skills you point out in Davis.
In fact, their rookie year per36 numbers are nearly identical.
http://www.basketball-reference.com/pla ... 02&y2=2013
M3LKM4N wrote:ThatClockWork wrote:Blatche should take the offer on the table.
Blatche should just take the table.
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