Found August 20, 2013 on HoopStuff:
Atlanta Hawks: What Every Projected Backup MUST Work On By Mike Elworth PG: Dennis Schroder- Shooting - Nobody doubts his incredible passing abilities and that he has the chance to be an excellent floor general, be up near the league leaders in assists and become a team’s franchise point guard, but currently, he cannot shoot. He needs to develop a jump shot if you wants to ever be more than just an elite facilitator and a solid scorer. PG: Shelvin Mack- Free Throw Shooting - Last year, although in limited minutes, Mack was a solid scorer from the field and from three and a quality distributor, but shockingly, Mack only shot 56.3% from the free throw line. He is only a 68% career free throw shooter, so he can do better than that, but he must improve, even from his career percentages. Shelvin, go to gym, and throw up 500 free throws per day, that should help, because a guard who cannot even shoot 70% from the free throw line, should not be in the NBA. G: Jared Cunningham- Efficiency -...

NBA All-Underrated Team

There are always NBA players that are overlooked and regarded as just ordinary bench players.  I always keep an eye out for those type of players; the players that aren’t recognized enough for the impact they make on the court as well as players who have the potential to be solid players for their team.  That said, let me introduce you to my NBA all-underrated squad:   Courtesy...
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