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    Howards comments

    ''Look at the difference between our team and theirs,'' Howard said. ''They just play together. They share the ball. Everybody's excited when something happens. We have to be like that to be a great team.''

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    yeap.
    This is all very funny.

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    What about we work on not getting the ball stripped first huh Dwight?

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    He's right when we play insync we are tough to beat.
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    Duh...too much thinking and frustration with MdA's bogus small-ball system. I would be frustrated too if I was Pau Gasol and shooting three-pointers instead of being allowed to play to the strengths of his game.

    Bickerstaff let the players play with freedom...let their talent flow...and surprise...they WON games!

    This team is doomed with MdA...he is a stubborn one-trick pony coach that is a 3-team coaching retread...he is also a pu$$y when it comes to keeping Kobe from ball-hogging when the game is on the line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakers4sho View Post
    What about we work on not getting the ball stripped first huh Dwight?
    +1

    Quote Originally Posted by GREATNESS ONE View Post
    He's right when we play insync we are tough to beat.
    No he's not, he has done an horrible job getting it done in the post offensively, he struggles to post up people without turning the ball over.

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    How about not making any foolish fouls and practicing your free throws? How about it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron24th View Post
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    No he's not, he has done an horrible job getting it done in the post offensively, he struggles to post up people without turning the ball over.
    Once he gets at 100% he has to just shut up and put up!

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    If Dwight Howard would have kept the ball UP, he would not have hurt his shoulder yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by New Power House View Post
    Once he gets at 100% he has to just shut up and put up!
    I really hope, the reason for his struggles is his back, cause if it's the best Dwight can produce offensively, we're screwed.

    People bashed Bynum cause he was a turnover machine against double teams, actually Dwight is a turnover machine against man on man defense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron24th View Post
    I really hope, the reason for his struggles is his back, cause if it's the best Dwight can produce offensively, we're screwed.

    People bashed Bynum cause he was a turnover machine against double teams, actually Dwight is a turnover machine against man on man defense.
    He is not in shape and no real three point support! He needs a coach that sets the offense based on him! He might leave!

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    Dwight should shut up. I really hate the guy in certain contexts. He's been a little baby his entire career. Nothing is gonna change.
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    He can speak when he stops committing stupid fouls, stops getting stripped constantly, and stops missing so many damn freethrows. Some times a player needs to look on the mirror.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron24th View Post
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    No he's not, he has done an horrible job getting it done in the post offensively, he struggles to post up people without turning the ball over.
    Though in a way you are absolutely right; he is still right in saying that the Clippers play together as one.

    When we play cohesively; which we have showed glimpses of, we are a very tough team to match up against.

    Idk though we need to make a trade and inject some youth into the roster.
    #FreeCrooner!!!!

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    When Dwight starts to dominate, then he can talk. Until then he should shut the **** up

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