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Bismack Biyombo Appreciation Thread

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I hope everyone got to see this guys potential and how much of a team player he is. Where are the haters.

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He is still a big work in progress, but tonight you can saw a flash of what he can be. I dont know he will ever develope a post game but he set some amazing screens tonight,grabbed alot of boards, and cloged the lanes inside which freed up other guys to grab boards.

On D you saw what he can do. Another couple of seasons and he will be our starter.

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He has had his games in the past and tonight that show what he is truly capable of. Really good defense, rebounding and strong scoring down low. When I worked for the bobcats last year, he was the hardest working player on the team by far. I didn't think he would ever come out of the gym. Just constantly working on his moves and shooting. I think between his experience, maturation, support from teammates and guidance from Dunlap he will become a very good player for us. He is just so young and raw right now. I think that is why Dunlap is giving him so many minutes right now. He sees his potential.

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Very raw still but wow does he have potential.

Same with MKG.

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Trick with Biz is that he has to play within himself. He really needs his teammates to set him up properly, he often gets criticized when he ends up with the ball in his hands near the foul line with the shot clock running down, and he's forced to create something off the dribble.

That's not his game, not yet anyways, and it's important that the other guys on the floor keep him in a position to be successful.

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Not no hater.

I think fans like me just want to see more of him so we'll feel like he's developing. We need to see more consistency out of him also.

We all like the kid and no way are we questioning his heart for the game. His draft day speaks of how much he love the game.

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He looked great last night at times and he really closed out strong.

Hopefully that performance will imbed itself in his psyche and propel him forward.

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well one thing for sure....his energy and dedication, along with MKG and Kemba, have changed

the culture of losing on this team.

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Bismack has been disappointing to me this year, but I, along with many other fans probably expected a little too much out of him. I really doubt that he ever becomes much of an offensive threat, but if he can improve his fundamentals, rebounding, defense, and awareness of where to be on the court at all times -- well, I see no reason why he can't be a Tyson Chandler like player.

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Searching for any Biz thread to post this.

http://www.worldstarhiphop.com/videos/video.php?v=wshhSCHBpq74CT9AI6SI

We always talk about having Hakeem teach Biz but watching that video made me realize a few things.

1. Hakeem is better than any big we have even at his age

2. I miss post games in the NBA and definitely with the Bobcats

3. I can't see any player we have making those type of moves except MKG

I loved the Biz pick and still feel like he can be a great player for us. He teases me with an amazingly athletic move and then jumps in the air and falls down because someone sneezed on the first row. I know he is 20 yrs old and he can develop into something special but how do you all see Biz.

Starter on Playoff Team?

Role Player on Playoff Team?

Bust?

What do you all think his future stats will be?

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