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memorialbball
LLegend4eva wrote:


For some reason my last post wouldn't let me quote but that was in response to memorialbball.


Odom still has some of the best handles for a PF-SF in the league. As you said Beasley is working on being more athletic but it is not there yet. Odom shot is better than Beasley's beyond 15-17 ft.
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If the Heat were to acquire Boozer, I'd expect O'Neal to be in the deal. They'd have to match Boozer's salary and then take back an ugly contract in return like Harpring. Haslem for Boozer wouldn't work financially or make sense for the Jazz. Not that O'Neal really makes any sense either, hence why I don't think the Heat will get him.
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Madcityspecial42 wrote:


hoopsgalore wrote:


Madcityspecial42 wrote:


hoopsgalore wrote:


Isn't Miami trying to groom Michael Beasley into a wing forward (more of a SF/PF mold)?

I think ultimately, Miami's line-up next season will look like:?

C: Jermaine O'Neal
F: Carlos Boozer/Lamar Odom
F: Michael Beasley
G: Dwyane Wade
G: Mario Chalmers

For some reason, I don't see Miami getting rid of Beasley and I don't see them getting both Boozer and Odom.


I think SG/SF would be more appropriate, maybe thats what you meant.? Since a SF is a wing player, the term wing/forward doesnt make much sense bc its not a combination, just two different ways to say forward.? He has been working on a lot of guard drills and shooting on the offseason, maybe this will change if they get odom, who knows.?

[link=http://blogs.sun-sentinel.com/sports_basketball_heat/2009/06/is-the-power-already-gone-from-the-beasley-equation.html]http://blogs.sun-sentin...he-beasley-equation.html[/link]


The day you see Michael Beasley at SG is the day you see Yao Ming playing SF.


thanks for reading the article for us there.? His first response "I know i may never play the one or two position."-- you really shed light on that situation, hoops


I said wing-forward and you proceeded to say SG/SF. I got confused and thought that's what you meant about the positions that Beasley would be playing... Just a mix-up.


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hoopsgalore
Madcityspecial42 wrote:


hoopsgalore wrote:


Isn't Miami trying to groom Michael Beasley into a wing forward (more of a SF/PF mold)?

I think ultimately, Miami's line-up next season will look like:?

C: Jermaine O'Neal
F: Carlos Boozer/Lamar Odom
F: Michael Beasley
G: Dwyane Wade
G: Mario Chalmers

For some reason, I don't see Miami getting rid of Beasley and I don't see them getting both Boozer and Odom.


I think SG/SF would be more appropriate, maybe thats what you meant.? Since a SF is a wing player, the term wing/forward doesnt make much sense bc its not a combination, just two different ways to say forward.? He has been working on a lot of guard drills and shooting on the offseason, maybe this will change if they get odom, who knows.?

[link=http://blogs.sun-sentinel.com/sports_basketball_heat/2009/06/is-the-power-already-gone-from-the-beasley-equation.html]http://blogs.sun-sentin...he-beasley-equation.html[/link]


The day you see Michael Beasley at SG is the day you see Yao Ming playing SF.


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madcityspecial42
hoopsgalore wrote:


Madcityspecial42 wrote:


hoopsgalore wrote:


Isn't Miami trying to groom Michael Beasley into a wing forward (more of a SF/PF mold)?

I think ultimately, Miami's line-up next season will look like:

C: Jermaine O'Neal
F: Carlos Boozer/Lamar Odom
F: Michael Beasley
G: Dwyane Wade
G: Mario Chalmers

For some reason, I don't see Miami getting rid of Beasley and I don't see them getting both Boozer and Odom.


I think SG/SF would be more appropriate, maybe thats what you meant. Since a SF is a wing player, the term wing/forward doesnt make much sense bc its not a combination, just two different ways to say forward. He has been working on a lot of guard drills and shooting on the offseason, maybe this will change if they get odom, who knows.

[link=http://blogs.sun-sentinel.com/sports_basketball_heat/2009/06/is-the-power-already-gone-from-the-beasley-equation.html]http://blogs.sun-sentin...he-beasley-equation.html[/link]


The day you see Michael Beasley at SG is the day you see Yao Ming playing SF.


thanks for reading the article for us there. His first response "I know i may never play the one or two position."-- you really shed light on that situation, hoops



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