How to Beat Chicago in the Playoffs/Vulnerabilities

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    Did you get high just standing next to him?
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    Just want to report on how the Pistons' best player in 2007 is doing in the Playoffs so far on a 40 minute basis.

    Pts- 9.8
    Reb- 16.5
    Ast- 2.5
    Stl- 1.4
    Blck- 2.1
    TO- 1.75
    PF- 7.0

    Hint: His name rhymes with McNice.

    I know, you're probably thinking 'what good are 40 minutes stats when he would easily foul out of the game?'

    I would counter that by saying that is a good point.

    But look at the rest of the numbers! And his shot was completely shut down in Orlando... and his fouls were up. So, look for him to improve on these numbers. He is the hungriest Pistons right now. Don't underestimate the heart of an Olympic Champion!!!
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    + the insane blocks in game 3, he destroyed G. Hill one of those times. :thumb:

    Member he was doing that against a total freak in Howard too (that was why the fouls were so high).

    Also, which you noted, that was with a temporarily broken shot which seems to be fixed.

    I'd still like us to go LB style and put him on the block a couple more times a game so we can get that sweet fade away or step through.

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