View Full Version : Emeka is working w/Hakeem again
08-14-2006, 08:13 PM
I guess we should be happy about this, but last year when Emeka worked with Hakeem, he was all messed up on the offensive end of the court until he went out with his injuries.
What do you guys think, Is \'Mek working with the Dream again a good thing or bad thing? NY Times Link
08-14-2006, 09:14 PM
I think that long term it\'ll help him out, but in the short term it\'ll probably hurt him until he gets comfortable with that style of offense. He looked spastic last season trying to emulate Hakeem\'s style last year.
08-14-2006, 10:16 PM
You\'re right, Seeing Emeka try to do the Dream Shake was painful to watch. But if he can grasp 50% of what Hakeem is trying to teach him, then over the long haul it can\'t do anything at all but help him.
08-15-2006, 01:10 AM
He was out for like 3?4 of the season last year wasn\'t he? He really didn\'t have a chance to put what he was learning in effect. I think it\'s a great move a bet he puts it together this year.
08-15-2006, 04:49 AM
He needs to play like Emeka I want the Rookie Emeka back with some added nastyness in the paint.
08-15-2006, 09:42 AM
Good point. Emeka looked much better when he played like himself instead of trying to imitate Hakkem. Olajuwan had moves that you can\'t really teach.
08-15-2006, 03:04 PM
Emeka needs to play like himself . Hes A 15 and 10 guy who needs to play center next year.
Felton ,Wallace, Morrison ,May, Emeka need to be the starting five. That lineup will take us to the playoffs. I dont want to see any of that B.K. Felton starting in the back court crap again this year.
Premo and B.K. needs to be the main ones off beanch
along with the others. I all so dont want to hear all that junk about takeing Morrison slow. He needs to start from day one . Just like Felton shuld have last year. If he cant cut it them bring him in off the beanch. I just think we need to start our best five and i think thats the five i just said,,,
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