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    Kwame's stats vs. Roy Hibbert's All-Stars numbers

    ... You know you got a good DVR... whenever you hit pause on your remote during the action and it displays its favorite player....

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    Why is this in the Lakers Forum?

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    Anybody that's seen kwame play know that his numbers don't tell the whole story.. At least 2-3 times a game if not more someone would pass him the ball and he would fumble it out of bounds. Plus he does some pretty stupid ****, 1 time he was actually playing against the Lakers and the refs gave him 4 free throws in a row (2extra for lane violation I think) and he missed all 4!

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    How are the advanced numbers looking?

    Also, which one was the first overall pick?

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    Defense?

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    Wow a twitter link to some guy who doesn't understand basketball. Surely this was threadworthy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by It's ShoTime View Post
    How are the advanced numbers looking?

    Also, which one was the first overall pick?
    Being the first pick overall is kwame's fault? He didn't draft himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laker Legend42 View Post
    Being the first pick overall is kwame's fault? He didn't draft himself.
    Doesn't matter. As a first overall pick, he was a bust.

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    Roy Hibbert is the best rim protector in the world. That's where his value comes. Kwame was pretty good at man to man post defense but his help defense left a lot to be desired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenceman View Post
    Roy Hibbert is the best rim protector in the world. That's where his value comes. Kwame was pretty good at man to man post defense but his help defense left a lot to be desired.
    Not to mention his hands...

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    Quote Originally Posted by It's ShoTime View Post
    Doesn't matter. As a first overall pick, he was a bust.
    You blame him more than the person that made the pick?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenceman View Post
    Roy Hibbert is the best rim protector in the world. That's where his value comes. Kwame was pretty good at man to man post defense but his help defense left a lot to be desired.
    I agree, I remember when Yao Ming was at the height of his game a reporter asked him who defends him the best in the post and he said Kwame Brown and I've heard other centers say the same thing.
    Last edited by USMCLaker; 04-29-2014 at 04:50 AM.
    Thanks for the memories Dr. Buss.

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    Kwame was at least above average, probably even better than a lot of the starting centers, in post 1-on-1 defense, he was just out of focus plenty of times.

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