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Jasper 09-16-2010 11:50 PM

*** Bogut ***
 
http://www.jsonline.com/sports/bucks/102674719.html

Just started scrimmaging , no touch on shots , but shooting for the start of the season to be on the floor 'ie- running and playing' :applause:

stridge 09-17-2010 03:19 AM

Re: *** Bogut ***
 
is his shooting form going to be affected for rest of his career? if this is temprorary maybe he can improve his left hand finishing even more.

Jasper 09-17-2010 07:27 PM

Re: *** Bogut ***
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by stridge
is his shooting form going to be affected for rest of his career? if this is temprorary maybe he can improve his left hand finishing even more.

Very good point.
many great athlete's work with their other hand to become even more efficient in basketball skills.
My guess this whole season , we will see his point production drop, his shot blocking , rebounding and assist's per game go up.
Bogut is a smart center , and I think if he feels his percentage of making or taking a shoot is less than his comfort level , he will pass on the shot.
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Buck fans all know his biggest weakness is free throw shooting.
I can only hope his coachs and trainers work with him getting his shooting wrist and technique down - and practice it right at the free throw line.
if he goes up to a reasonable shooting percentage of 70% , the Bucks can easily live with that , because he gets to the line more frequent than the average center in the league.

Zan Tabak 09-20-2010 11:20 AM

Re: *** Bogut ***
 
He may suffer for the first half of the season. But I can honestly see this incident making Bogut a better basketball player in the long run. Having to rely more heavily on his other hand could make him a more complete player.


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