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#1 iDreamShake

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Posted October 03, 2012 - 05:04 PM

How much Dwight Howard did you watch last season? more than one,two,a few games? well, dont be so quick to knock his post game if you havnt seen enough of it..
Each of the vids below are 90%+ dwight in the post. Enjoy your new view on Dwights post game, GO LAKERS

highlights:post moves/shots that Bynum cant make:
vs CHI, 3:30 left hand scoop shot, 1:33 double clutch(loses ball in mid air,makes 10 foot jump hook,still)

vs CLips, 1:55 quick spin move,2 dribbles,dunk on opposite side of basket,he can dribble a lil bit?ok

vs raptors , first play , left hand scoop, patented?


vs Clips 33 points

vs Bulls 29 points

vs TOR 36 points

vs IND 27 points

Dwights post game was even unstoppable late in the 10-11 season....

10-11 playoffs vs Hawks ,46 points

analysis: dwight has every post move in his repertoire , he has jump hooks with both hands, and quickness, and strength , thats really all you can ask for in the post(its mostly all that shaq had), DEFINITELY all you need to be unstoppable in the post,as u can see.

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#2 That Guy

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Posted October 03, 2012 - 05:31 PM

thought this was his best game last year


#3 iDreamShake

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Posted October 03, 2012 - 10:03 PM

thought this was his best game last year


his athleticism in this game is, :blink:

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Posted October 03, 2012 - 10:23 PM

Keep in mind all of these videos are with Dwight as the primary scoring option on the Magic, attracting a lot of defensive attention and such. Now with Kobe, Nash, and Pau pulling defenders towards them, imagine the opportunities that will open up for Dwight :hmm: :yes:

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Posted October 04, 2012 - 03:01 AM

I don't see any difference between bynum and dwight cause no matter what happen you would rather defend inside than outside

You need to clog inside than outside and that's our problem last year we don't have outside shooter

Nash + Dwight much easy basket

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Posted October 05, 2012 - 04:30 PM

I don't see any difference between bynum and dwight cause no matter what happen you would rather defend inside than outside

You need to clog inside than outside and that's our problem last year we don't have outside shooter

Nash + Dwight much easy basket


honestly , the more i watch Dwight, i see no difference between him and Drew in the post, either... his post game is wayyyyy underrated, these vids i found need to be shared with the whole world, especially SHAQ

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Posted October 05, 2012 - 08:42 PM

Sweet, Shaq like but with more finess

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Posted October 05, 2012 - 08:55 PM

I don't like highlight videos because they just show made shots, not misses. They are also his best games hand-picked from about 66. I think it's far better to watch WHOLE games, and maybe even look at a certain player's average and below average games - You get a much better grasp on a player that way. And yes...Many of the games are out there.

Edited by leor_77, October 05, 2012 - 08:56 PM.


#9 iDreamShake

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Posted October 05, 2012 - 09:17 PM

I don't like highlight videos because they just show made shots, not misses. They are also his best games hand-picked from about 66. I think it's far better to watch WHOLE games, and maybe even look at a certain player's average and below average games - You get a much better grasp on a player that way. And yes...Many of the games are out there.


i see what ur sayinggg,but, i think what u need to realize is how many good post moves are in the vids above, he dominated those handful of games, with post moves. any player who can dominate a handful of games offensively, with a one certain type of scoring, imo, that player is top notch at that scoring style.

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