Dunlap is wanting Walker to mirrow his game after Paul and Walker...THOUGHTS
Last edited by dav7z; 02-02-2013 at 06:51 PM. Reason: splling
I was just about to post this... apparantly Dunlap goes through a lot of tape with Walker on how they use their change of pace to their advantage etc. Personally I really like that they realise these are the best guys in the league and that they think Kemba can reach that potential. The thing these guys have that Walker doesn't is poise with the ball and hopefully Kemba picks that up
Kema Walker The Core, The Future...
Go easy on me, I'm from England, and no... I Don't love the Queen.
Why in the world would we want a Tony Parker or Chris Paul type PG? Tongue in cheek.
Kemba's game reminds me some of tony Parker....with the midrange game...the quickness, if he adds that tony parker teardrop that'd be real fun to watch
If Kemba can replicate even half the amount of improvement he has shown from his rookie year this summer he has it in him to be an all star sooner than later. (Given that we get him some help in the post and everywhere else)
Last edited by Ezell; 02-03-2013 at 02:14 AM. Reason: spelling
not wanting to inflame a debate, but kemba can't emulate cp3 because they aren't the same type of player. i truly believe that given this year's massive improvement in offensive efficiency and ability to shoot, it isn't out of the possibility for him to be a better version of tony parker.
dunlap, of all people, should really be heading the charge to stop the incessant comparisons with chirs paul. it is unfair to kemba.
CP3 is the best pure point guard in the game. Tony Parker is the most winningest point guard in the game. It would be wrong of Dunlap to tell Kemba to try to emulate his game after anybody other than the best in the game. Who else should he model his game after? Russell Westbrook?, Derrick Rose?, both of whom are under 25 years of age, and still learning the game themselves. I don't see nothing wrong or unfair about Dunlap trying to get Kemba to learn from CP3 or TP. You can't put a ceiling on untapped potential.
of course you wouldn't tell him to try and emulate rose or westbrook because he isn't even close to their strength and athleticism. it is an obviously bad comparison. cp3 is just as bad of comparison for the same reason. their games aren't even close. it only sets unfair expectations. cp3 when healthy is in the magic, oscar, isaiah shortlist of best pure point guards ever group. how many players are/were labeled as disappointments for constantly being compared or asked to "emulate or learn from" michael jordan's game? it is stupid and unfair to the player.