Originally Posted by ronoranina
I thought Amare was aggressive. He took the ball to the rack numerous times. Alot of times Miami packed the middle and he tried to stop short and pull up awkwardly. A couple of times he drove in there and drew fouls, couple times barreled into guys.

Again Amare is not a post up player. He's an explosive face-up four through n through, who can run a pick roll to perfection and shoot well from mid-range. This is what you get from him. Should be no surprise what he does out there. He can also be great in transition. He runs so well for a big man.

2 parts of his game (the pick n roll and transition game parts) have all but disappeared due to all of our guards being constitutionally incapable of running this O properly. Smfh!

HINT-HINT-HINT....
Stat draws double-teams....Melo draws double-teams, but for some ungodly
reason the two superstars has become stand-still-portraits on offense, and
always want to put the ball on the floor which leads to them being double/tripple
team....do they pass? or do they force-up shots?
Whatever they do it stop movement of the ball, and movement of teammates
When oponents double/tripple Duncan or KG they pass the ball to an open man....
Durant & Lebron when double/tripple team they pass to the open man.
The PG dont have anything to do with Stat & Melo inefficiency on offense....
Dantoni's ridiculous offense has alot to do with Stat & Melo's inside scoring....
by not knowing where to position Tyson Chandler on offense. Plus our offense
dont have any of our BIGS setting screens or picks for our PG...