Originally Posted by d_white089
i posted that cause you said speights owned alexander..
in that case,no it wasnt a lie.
"Unlike Alexander, Speight's shooting touch didn't leave him when he went to playing 3-on-3. He was guarded by Alexander and scored at will with a series of step-backs, midrange jumpers off the dribble and post-up spins and moves. His strength and length were just too much.
Finally, Speights showed excellent aggressiveness as a defender. He showed an ability to guard Alexander out on the perimeter and down low. Moving his feet and using his length, he kept Alexander from getting clean looks at the basket.
from the same article you posted.in the marreese speights
section. so yes,he owned alexander