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Dwight and The Captain?

Is he working with him?

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#1 ColStac


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Posted February 11, 2013 - 08:00 AM

When Dwight first came to L.A. he mentioned how excited he was to begin learning from The Captain. I was ecstatic about the prospect of Kareem developing Howard into a well refined, fundamentally sound post player. After all, we saw Kareem take a very raw Andrew Bynum and develop a pretty mean post game in him. To this point I've noticed little to no progress in Dwight's back to the basket game. His injuries can stifle his athleticism. However, with a deadly post game he'd be able to compensate for that lack of athleticism, a la Tim Duncan, KG, and of course KAJ himself who played well into his 40's!

Has Dwight been searching out the gems that Kareem has to offer? Wondering if anyone has heard or seen anything in regards to this.

Edited by ColStac, February 11, 2013 - 08:01 AM.

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#2 RayRay


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Posted February 11, 2013 - 08:39 AM

dwight would probably complain he wasnt getting enough touches while kareem is showing him post moves with the ball.
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#3 LakerGeezer


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Posted February 11, 2013 - 03:49 PM

Even Bynum was mature enough to bow before and learn from the Master. One reason why O dont think he will leave, at least for Houston, is because McHale is there. Kevin would make him work really hard and Dwight knows it.

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