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insidehoops 06-09-2006 02:30 PM

Andre Iguodala talk
 
What do you like about Iguodala's game and what needs improvement?

Basketbolero 06-09-2006 02:41 PM

I love from Iggy his athleticism, and the fact that he can do a lot of things in a basketball court: rebounding, passing, guarding the star of the other team, he runs the court very well... but I think he should improve his shooting and his ballhandle, so he could play more G, as I think he is now more of a F

ppierce34 06-10-2006 07:05 PM

He needs to learn how to grow a pair and stop being so passive. I'd love to actually see him dunk on someone in a half court set, instead of constantly trying to avoid the contact for some puss lay-up with no chance to go in or a bail out pass. He also needs to learn to move and cut to the basket.

Outside of that, which should be obvious, he needs to improve his ballhandling and to be more aggressive in his rebounding.

NBAfan32 06-10-2006 07:53 PM

I love how he's a great defenders being very young and all, and like ppierce32 said, aggressiveness on the offensive end is a problem. He has all the tools to become a Richard Jefferson-type of player, IMO but he lacks the aggressive attitude to do so. He's shown flashes, a little more improvement with his ballhandling and jumpshot will be a big boost for him and the Sixers.

The Answer 06-10-2006 10:30 PM

he needs to improve his ballhandling but mostly he just needs to be more assertive on offense

SixerFan03 06-13-2006 01:01 AM

What's his natural position? Is he a forward or a guard? He's only about 6'5, maybe 6'6 so he's a little undersized at forward. But he doesn't seem to dribble well enough to be a guard.

mln03 06-20-2006 10:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ppierce34
He needs to learn how to grow a pair and stop being so passive. I'd love to actually see him dunk on someone in a half court set, instead of constantly trying to avoid the contact for some puss lay-up with no chance to go in or a bail out pass. He also needs to learn to move and cut to the basket.

Outside of that, which should be obvious, he needs to improve his ballhandling and to be more aggressive in his rebounding.



what he said!


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