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    Drummond Thanks Howard for Dominating him

    “I thanked him. I told him thank you for teaching me something,” Drummond said. “It was my first time playing him, it was definitely a learning experience for me.”
    - See more at: http://www.prosportsdaily.com/articl....ZCD4hQhA.dpuf

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    This is the type of attitude every player should have.

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    I thought Drummond was going to be a pretty active, athletic big when he was drafted, but the way he conducts himself and adds to his game is leaking out to becoming a total beast in the next 2 years.

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    I love the guy. With this attitude he'll only get better.

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    He didn't really know how to react to Howard just backing him down like that. Drummond shares a lot of the same physical traits as Howard but you could tell who had more experience last night. Good to see him show a good attitude towards it though.

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    Cannot wait to see him in a couple of years. I think he and Val will be the best bigs in this league for a long time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjt20mik View Post
    Cannot wait to see him in a couple of years. I think he and Val will be the best bigs in this league for a long time.
    Seriously val? He's averaging 10 and 8 with no assists and shooting under 50%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueFan420 View Post
    Seriously val? He's averaging 10 and 8 with no assists and shooting under 50%.
    Val is averaging more assists than drummands, shoots 80% from the free throw line (as oppose to 37% for drummonds), also val is shooting 49% from the field which is not that bad. I don't know why you were surprised that the previous poster said both would be great centers in the league in a few years.

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    oh man. can you stop mentioning val every time drummonds name comes up? We all know what comes of it, unfortunately this is PSD. Stay on topic.

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    Val is average
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueFan420 View Post
    Seriously val? He's averaging 10 and 8 with no assists and shooting under 50%.
    Cuz of Rudy Gay who jacks up every shot. Now is when it really counts.

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    Why does he want to learn from Dwight? Does he want to become a future loser with no post moves and bad ft shooting? I mean he has the ft shooting down, but I thought he would at least learn to score in the post and want to win.

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    It's kinda funny cause if iirc, he was touted as having attitude problems coming in the daft.


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    How about 35-19-5 from Howard? I bet Lakers fans no longer think he's overpaid. He's showing that he's still the best big man in the league quite easily. His offensive game is getting better and better. FT% is up.

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