Found August 18, 2012 on
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Hakeem Olajuwon is giving pointers to Nuggets big man JaVale McGee and Knicks star, Amar’e Stoudemire. Olajuwon has a big man camp and recently took the two under his wing to see if he can sprinkle some of his magic onto their games. Stoudemire reportedly paid 50,000 a week to step his game up with [...]
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Hakeem Olajwon summer workouts seem to include just about everybody in the NBA during the last few years. Last summer we talked about LeBron James learning from Dream, and this summer Dream's talking about his new pupil, Javale McGee.
Maybe this opinion will get people's attention: Olajuwon says McGee should dominate the NBA.
From an article with My Fox Houston:
Denver Nuggets center JaVale McGee has been working out with Hall of Fame center Hakeem Olajuwon during the NBA off-season in Houston.
Here he is working on the Dream Shake:
The Denver Nuggets recently put out an online comic book called “Adventures in Nuggets Nation”. It stars some Nuggets players, George Karl, and the mascot, Rocky.
Each of the players have their own superhero identities: Hotshot (Gallinari), Tynomite (Lawson), Big Mozzy (Mozgov), Stretch McGee (McGee), Manimal (Faried), and Igoudala (Andre Igoudala — original, huh?).
Picture: Garrett Ellwood/NBAE/Getty Images
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