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PostPosted: Sat Oct 14, 2006 12:12 am
Ron Artest and Rasheed Wallace are crazy. Not headcases. Insane.

Dalembert is a headcase in the same way that Mike Miller and Mike Dunleavy are headcases. He's horribly inconsistent... and nobody knows why.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 14, 2006 2:15 am
#32 wrote:Ron Artest and Rasheed Wallace are crazy. Not headcases. Insane.

Dalembert is a headcase in the same way that Mike Miller and Mike Dunleavy are headcases. He's horribly inconsistent... and nobody knows why.


Easy. Coaching. Nobody has told him what he's supposed to do or what kind of role he has on the roster. That's what it seems, at least.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 14, 2006 3:57 am
#32 wrote:Defense? On a Don Nelson team?!?!

Scoring is the biggest thing anyone can bring to the table, as far as Nelly's concerned... and Murphy's head and shoulders better than Sammy.



Nelson is emphasising defense and he needs to because you have to get the ball off the other team to run and gun! Dalembert probably runs the floor better than Murphy and so would be better in transition anyway!

It is the shot blocking and greater upside of Dalembert that makes him better
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#32 wrote:Ron Artest and Rasheed Wallace are crazy. Not headcases. Insane.

Dalembert is a headcase in the same way that Mike Miller and Mike Dunleavy are headcases. He's horribly inconsistent... and nobody knows why.


Easy. Coaching. Nobody has told him what he's supposed to do or what kind of role he has on the roster. That's what it seems, at least.



Maybe it was coaching but either way, Dalembert has got to get himself in it more and be far more aggressive! He has the physical skills to be one of the best Centers in the nba. He could be a Dikemkbe Mutombo type but with more speed and athleticism
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 19, 2006 2:25 pm
How hard is it to find a role on the Sixers...?

On defense, he's the big man, so blocking shots and rebounding is a natural thing to do.

On offense... just make like everyone else and get out of Iverson's way. :roll:
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#32 wrote:How hard is it to find a role on the Sixers...?

On defense, he's the big man, so blocking shots and rebounding is a natural thing to do.

On offense... just make like everyone else and get out of Iverson's way. :roll:



If being the Center was that easy then the majority of the Centers ever have been dunbass busts :roll:


Dalembert just needs to keep doing what he has done recently and he will do well
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#32 wrote:How hard is it to find a role on the Sixers...?


Pretty hard... as no coach has had any idea what to do with that team since Larry Brown left. This will be Cheeks last season, and I wouldn't be surprised if Larry becomes he's replacement at season's end.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 20, 2006 11:20 am
That's because every coach tries to intigrate the new blood (Iggy, Korver, Webber, ect) into the offense, while Brown was content letting Iverson do all the scoring. Any team Iverson's on will become a black hole. Larry Brown gave Ive role players that wouldn't get in his way; Dikembe Mutumbo (who doesn't score), Eric Snow (a capable veteran point to get AI the ball), Tyrone Hill (see Dikembe Mutumbo), ect, ect, ect.

Why do you think they traded Stackhouse? Because Iverson's the only guy on the squad who gets his share of shots. Everybody else either needs to accept that or leave.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 20, 2006 11:25 am
Not only that (although that holds true). Since Larry left, no one has set a rotation, or a team structure, in the Sixers. Look at Dalembert for example. One night he would play 40 minutes with good numbers, then he wouldn't play for three straight games, and back to play 40 minutes...

Nobody can win games changing plans like that, AI or not.
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