Dunlap wants to run an uptempo game in transition.
How do you create transition opportunities? defense and rebounding.
Also, teams that aren't talented (like ours) tend to be fast paced teams anyway.
Pace and transition leads to easy buckets without needing a ton of great offensive talent.
So maybe a guy who is a good defender and rebounder is a better choice?
Hello Beal, MKG, or Drummond!
Last edited by SWedd523; 06-25-2012 at 09:54 AM.
we need help on defense more than offense i would say, great defense leads to easy offense !
I've said it once I'll say it again, MKG really seems like a Dunlap guy as SWedd mentioned. Great in transition and a great defender, also has an outstanding work ethic and Dunlap seems to be huge on that. However I'm guessing Cho is going to have the most say in the pick, not Dunlap. We'll probably take T-Rob but man I really, really want MKG.
I really love MKG. Yes, his shot and overall offensive game needs some work but he's the guy that is gonna put it in every ounce of work needed to improve on that.
he reminds me of Gerald Wallace bit i think he has the ability to be a better player the Wallace and thats a huge compliment !
MKG was the best transition finisher in college basketball last year. If we are going to be uptempo that would be a good start.