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Old 08-16-2012, 03:53 PM   #21
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Default Re: Lakers still need shooting

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Originally Posted by Eat Like A Bosh
Is it just me, or good shooters become awful shooters when they come to LA? For example, Steve Blake and Jason Kapano. Steve Blake was averaging 38% from three in his career, but now his average with the Lakers is only around 33%. Jason Kapano was a former 3 point shootout champ, solid contributor off the bench for Miami, yet he barely got any minutes as a Laker.

Well You can't judge Kapono. Kapono barely played and when he did, only a couple minutes a game. Is that enough to get a player going you think? Even then he still shot pretty decently. He was just one of those players lost at the end of the bench.
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