Found January 14, 2013 on Stepien Rules:
Dion Waiters came off the Cavaliers' bench last night to attempt 18 field goals in 26 minutes. He made seven, finished with 15 points and the Cavs lost to the Lakers by 20 in Los Angeles. The 7-18 shooting display from Waiters, to be fair, was certainly not without it's cringe-worthy moments.  It also marked the 18th time in 31 games that Dion shot less than 40 percent from the field for the night.  That level of consistent inefficiency is not good and obviously needs improve next season. At this point in his NBA development, though, with the Cavaliers currently leading the NBA in losses, there is no reason Waiters should not take each and every one of these field goals he's attempting. He can keep bombing until they start to fall as far as I'm concerned. Use the entire 2012-13 regular season to try and find an NBA rhythm if he has to.  Last night, the 21-year-old Waiters shot 38.9 percent from the floor and 25 percent from three. Not even...
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