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I’m sure Juwan Howard can teach Chris “Birdman” Andersen some nice post moves, a jump hook from either hand, and great footwork.
I don’t think anyone could actually teach Andersen to shoot could they?
According to Joseph Goodman of the Miami Herald, Howard, who is now a Miami Heat assistant coach, has been assigned the job of working on Andersen’s shot.
Juwan Howard is Birdman’s shooting coach. Or, Howard is the guy who feeds Bird passes during pregame. They’re a team.
— Joseph Goodman (@JoeGoodmanJr) October 15, 2013
Andersen for his part has never shot better than 60% from the field, and actually shot 29% in 2007.
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