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  1. #1
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    a superstar's weakness

    Every player has his faults, even MJ did something wrong (can't think of anything, though). If you had to choose a weakness for a superstar in the league, what would it be? And do you believe that the superstar will never win the title due to this weakness?


    examples:

    Kobe - lack of attack to the basket, doesn't share the ball, etc.
    Lebron - low FG% on perimeter shooting, FT%, etc.
    Dwight - not aggressive on offense, FT%, etc.


    you get the idea.

    and please, don't just come in with completely sarcastic and disrespectful comments. Let's keep it clean and constructive.
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    timmy : not attackin basket like he used to, FT
    Peyton Manning 4 time MVP (2003, 2004, 2008, 2009)the most in NFL history...
    Tim Duncan 2 time MVP (2002, 2003)
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    In the earlier years Jordan had trouble sharing the ball. But once the triangle offense was put in, I don't think he really had a major weakness.

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    Jordan didnt have a weakness?????

    For gods sake he never cared about Sharing the ball until Phil Jackson met him.

    And go chech his 3pot shooting %......
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    Quote Originally Posted by rabueed View Post
    Every player has his faults, even MJ did something wrong (can't think of anything, though). If you had to choose a weakness for a superstar in the league, what would it be? And do you believe that the superstar will never win the title due to this weakness?


    examples:

    Kobe - lack of attack to the basket, doesn't share the ball, etc.
    Lebron - low FG% on perimeter shooting, FT%, etc.
    Dwight - not aggressive on offense, FT%, etc.


    you get the idea.

    and please, don't just come in with completely sarcastic and disrespectful comments. Let's keep it clean and constructive.
    That is not an accurate assessment of Kobe's weaknesses, if he didn't share the ball he would not be winning 66 games and have his team in position for a title. He avgs. around 6 assists per game which is good for a shooting guard considering that position is an "attack" position on the floor. I understand that you are giving examples of player's weaknesses, but that is an inaccurate statement, Kobe's been a willing passer for awhile now, that argument would hold more weight if it were 2003-04.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellcrooner View Post
    Jordan didnt have a weakness?????

    For gods sake he never cared about Sharing the ball until Phil Jackson met him.

    And go chech his 3pot shooting %......
    That's what I am saying

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    That's why you bring in player that can make up for a superstars weakness.

    I wish Nash was a lockdown defender.

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    Dwight Howard - doesn't have to ability to make big plays consistently down the stretch on offense yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellcrooner View Post
    Jordan didnt have a weakness?????

    For gods sake he never cared about Sharing the ball until Phil Jackson met him.

    And go chech his 3pot shooting %......
    Unfortunately we can't criticize him...that's just the sad truth

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    Wade is in love with 3s, but he isn't a good 3pt shooter. He took nearly 300 3 pointers, and didn't even make a 100 of them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellcrooner View Post
    Jordan didnt have a weakness?????

    For gods sake he never cared about Sharing the ball until Phil Jackson met him.

    And go chech his 3pot shooting %......
    He averaged 8 apg in 1989 before Phil Jackson was the coach.
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    Andre Iguodala- Can't shoot, can't dribble, can't pass. He fills up the stat sheet, but only because nobody else on the team is an good. He's a 12ppg 6rpg 3apg on a good team.

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    TD-His FTs are a problem at times. Some games he's great at them, others he misses almost all of them.
    Dirk-Terrible defender and doesn't have a post game.
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    I think every stars weakness, in generall, is there ego. You see every star in the league such as Kobe, Lebron Dwight and Duncan complain to the refs so much its rediculous. Alos for Lebron and Dwight are bad free throw shooters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pd7631 View Post
    Andre Iguodala- Can't shoot, can't dribble, can't pass. He fills up the stat sheet, but only because nobody else on the team is an good. He's a 12ppg 6rpg 3apg on a good team.

    I don't know who you are watching, but Iguodala can definitely pass well.

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