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Things to work on in the Off-Season


Nate: See how great coaches make defensive adjustments during the playoffs. Specifically, watch how the Lakers defend the Mavericks and learn. Grow a set and fine or bench your players when they make bad defensive switches.

LaMarcus: Continue to build strength so that you can bang down low. Get better with that left hand and overall dribble drive skills so that you have more moves than that the running right hook and the turn-around fade-away. Shoot free throws while someone is aiming a flamethrower at you...you can't miss anymore clutch free throws. I don't know how you do it, but develop a killer instinct. You should come out next season with a serious chip on your shoulder and ready to destroy all competition.

Brandon: Work on your confidence and take care of your knees.

Miller: Work on your jump shot

Wesley: Work on your handle and court vision. Get your 3 point shot more consistent.

Camby: Do whatever you can to take care of your body.

Rudy: Learn how to pack efficiently

Wallace: Keep working on that 3 pointer. Learn a go to back to the basket post move.

Batum: Put on some muscle so you can play more physical. Work on your handle, dribble drive and back to the basket post move. Like LaMarcus develop a killer instinct or start taking Ritalin. Your energy or attention seem to often fade in games.

C.Johnson: Put on some muscle. Learn a go to offensive move.

Patty: Learn how to pack efficiently

Armon: Work on your jump shot and handle

Luke: Whatever

Elliot: Just get healthy.

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