Exactly. We're comparing him to Mozgov but let's not forget Mozogv actually...is not very good. At all.
Originally Posted by STAT1
AT BEST Josh Harrellson is going to be a 15 minute backup Center whose sole purpose is to use those six fouls he has. That's it. I like the fact that he knows what his role is.
Originally Posted by kylepicklehead
Will someone please explain to me why someone would want their BIGMAN (priority to MAN the paint-area) outside on the peremeter???
I know I am ole-school NBA from Oscar Robinson to Jordan, but the last 20 Championship Teams in the NBA did it the ole-school way.
All u Dantoni-Fans that has been invading the Knicks-boards n forums has yet to make any sense about NBA B.Ball on this Knicks team.
Mozgov was to strong and dominating to play in the Euro-Leagues.....
Amare has never played-well with a center.....ask Kurt Thomas, or Shaq, or Lopez
That's why he averaged 6 points and 4 rebounds in his last Euroleague season.. Very dominating player he was.. Scary.
Originally Posted by Kiyaman
Last edited by ronoranina; Jun 29, 2011 at 10:21.
- Rep Power
Mozgov is a mobile young athlete with potential in his future.
I liked the guy, but bitching about Harellson and saying "He's no Mozgov" is just silly
I hope this kid is a whole heckuva lot better than Mozgov. At least then he might end up being a legitimate starting C someday.
BIG-BODY in the paint to box-out
Originally Posted by ronoranina
Bill Cartwright average the same numbers with the Bulls to
win 3 straight Championship Rings....while Oakley averaged
14 points and 14 rebounds with the Bulls and couldnt make it to the ECF.
Bill Cartwright was a 20-10 player from his rookie season
untill traded to the Bulls.
When u could explain Cartwright numbers with Knicks & Bulls,
or Earl Monroe numbers with Bullets & Knicks, then u could
respond on a NBA level of B.Ball to my threads.
This is the most important fact and everything we need to know. A player who knows what his role is will most likely perform it well.
Originally Posted by SSj4Wingzero
^^exactly. This is what I was expecting from Moz, but that dude would foul at the most inopportune times. Hopefully Josh will know the difference and floor any and everyone entering the paint. No more easy baskets and no more giants shooting the long ball instead of letting his presence be felt under and around the basket. I see a lot of flagrant's being thrown early and often at this guy. Hopefully they won't hurt us as much as the hard fouls will hurt the opposing team.
Seriously?? Dude, these are ****ty examples.. you can't compare a player who's on a championship NBA team to a Russian upstart who played in the Euro leagues! GFOH w this nonsense..
Originally Posted by Kiyaman
Last edited by ronoranina; Jul 03, 2011 at 07:40.
I can see your point. The Mavs' ring proved that. Let's cut this rubbish Euro-style-bigs-shooting-threes non-sense.
Originally Posted by Real NY Baller