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    Quote Originally Posted by XerxestheGreat View Post
    Pay me 19mil a year and I'll find a way to have rhythm. Enough excuses....
    Again, fans will make excuses for anyone except the players they hate. Dwight's post numbers aren't much better, despite getting consistent touches. Oh, but he's recovering from back problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsthornton7 View Post
    The reason why this is so low is because Pau is not getting CONSISTENT touches in the low post. He has no rhythm in any facet of his game. Not in the post, not on the elbow, not on the perimeter, and not on defense.
    By design, he spends a lot of his warmup time at the 3-point line!

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    Now is the perfect time to trade him off to the wolves with love hurting his hand again. They'll be a little more vulnerable and will be willing to give us what we want for him. Do it now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikeb29 View Post
    Now is the perfect time to trade him off to the wolves with love hurting his hand again. They'll be a little more vulnerable and will be willing to give us what we want for him. Do it now!
    Agreed, I am not sure what the front office is waiting for. The worst thing that can happen is Pau getting injured and then not being able to move him.

    Trade him now and cut your losses IMO. This has been long overdue now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_Jones View Post
    That's what I've been saying! He has been struggling to finish even in his post-up opportunities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron24th View Post
    gasol is done , first mentally and then physically, he runs like a 45 years old guy.

    pau lovers are too many here, but they'll have to face the truth one day or another.
    YES!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swift Game View Post
    No shock here. He has been quite bad for his Standards since after the Dallas series. Unfortunately this guy might be a little like Lamar Odom in respect to his mental approach to the game. If he is not there mentally he cannot help his team.
    ABSOLUTELY!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by YouCan'tBeatLA View Post
    Pau for a bag of doritos at this point, honestly. No defense, no offense. Even his post game, his strong point, has been quite bad from the few times I saw him there this year. He either gets blocked, fumbles away the ball, or throws up a lazy shot.
    EXACTLY!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyMgl View Post
    After one of his best games of the season (so his stats are on an upswing right now), Dwight Howard produces .79 points per post opportunity, which is 62nd in the NBA.

    That's with consistent post opportunities, and not having to spend warmup time practicing three-pointers because that's what your coach tells you to do. It makes a difference.
    So your point is they both suck? Really? Think that might have something to do with our record? Lol. To be fair Dwight is coming off back surgery but yes he doesn't look half as good as advertised. We've had Dwight for 30+ games and how long have we had Pau? We've given him plenty of chances and he only seems interested at giving his all for his country's team, not the lakers. He should be traded
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    Quote Originally Posted by KillaInstinct24 View Post
    So your point is they both suck? Really? Think that might have something to do with our record? Lol. To be fair Dwight is coming off back surgery but yes he doesn't look half as good as advertised.
    "To be fair"
    ... but only to Dwight.

    We've had Dwight for 30+ games and how long have we had Pau?
    We've had Pau in this offense for 14 games. Why do you ask?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyMgl View Post
    After one of his best games of the season (so his stats are on an upswing right now), Dwight Howard produces .79 points per post opportunity, which is 62nd in the NBA.

    That's with consistent post opportunities, and not having to spend warmup time practicing three-pointers because that's what your coach tells you to do. It makes a difference.
    ^^ On the other hand, Kobe shoots 68.3% (37/58) when he posts up producing 1.15 PPP which ranks first in the league.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chavacano View Post
    ^^ on the other hand, kobe shoots 68.3% (37/58) when he posts up producing 1.15 ppp which ranks first in the league.
    lol...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chavacano View Post
    ^^ On the other hand, Kobe shoots 68.3% (37/58) when he posts up producing 1.15 PPP which ranks first in the league.
    Nit pick: 63.8%, actually.

    Wish we had an offense versatile enough to get Bryant (and others) in there more often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyMgl View Post
    Nit pick: 63.8%, actually.
    ^^ My bad.

    Wish we had an offense versatile enough to get Bryant (and others) in there more often.
    ^^ It seems you didn't see what I did.

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    Went to game last night,
    You might as well stick a fork in this group,
    it's just not working the way it's
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chavacano View Post
    that tells me his 2 post-up chances per game aren't enough to expect consistent production from.

    i'm no pau apologist, but that stat is highly misleading and a little useless.

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