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Old 11-16-2006, 04:20 PM   #1
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Default Bogut's block

Note to Terry Stotts. Put 'The Revolution' down on the blocks. Stop laying him out there on the FT line extended. Sure it helps utilizing his passing, but god damn it, it's killing his scoring, his rebounding, etc. Why does he have to be out 15+ feet to maximize his passing. Set him down within 5 feet of the hoop....drop it down into him, mano e mano, he's got great post skills, if he gets doubled...then he can use his passing on backdoors or throw it out to the perimeter on the open shooter. It might just help the rebounding disparity too to have your 7'0"-7'1" center closer to the rim for the offensive rebounds. Am I really missing something?:confused:
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Old 11-18-2006, 12:47 AM   #2
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Part of this is Bogut's fault. I've seen him catch the ball in the post a few times this year, and chicken out even with no double team coming. It's Stotts fault that Bogut doesn't spend more time down there, but Bogut's fault that nothing happens during the times that he does catch the ball in the post.
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