It's best for the team to move Dj

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May 23, 2017 8:43pm
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But you don't know of Olshey will be interested in Dj....

Jun 17, 2017 5:17pm
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Griffin5 wrote:

VFHS wrote:

Crazy that there are people who actually, unironically believe that DJ is a good offensive player. He has a high shooting percentage from the dunks and bunnies that his teammates spoonfeed him. He has no post moves. He has no jump shot. He can't create for himself, he can't create for others. Charles Barkley was spot-on a few years ago when he said that if you locked DJ in an empty gym and told him he couldn't dunk, he'd have six points in the morning.

If you want to see what a center with a good offensive game looks like in today's league, watch Nikola Jokic, DeMarcus Cousins, Marc Gasol, or Brook Lopez. DJ is so far from that, it's not even funny.

You can't blame DJ. It's Doc's fault! He brainwashed DJ (and all his teammates too) that he's the defensive ancer and doesn't have to worry about the offensive game. He has the potential to be an offensive tool. Maybe not first scoring option but 2 or 3 if he plays in the right system. Look at this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUFcmxoGv18 

The fact that he's working on his post game is a good sign. Now we only need a coach and system where he can use all this stuff. 

If we look today (like you said) then yes he has nothing and most of those listed players are better than him offensively. 

 

Good video.  Wish the music wasn't playing so we could hear what Garnett is saying to Jordan.