SevenSecondsOrMess does a great job breaking down video. Today, it's Dwight Howard and his offensive game under the microscope. Once again, TV analysts seem to accept some misconceptions about Dwight Howard being a dominant player. Even last night, in a monster game, he didn't score very often on an offensive move. He dominated the boards. He dunked a lot. He intimidated the Celtics every time they got into the lane. He was dominant in that regard. But this video is a great breakdown of what Dwight does in the post, and what he needs to work on.
I'm a big fan of Dwight. I think this kid is on the cusp of being a great player, not just big and athletic. If he develops a couple of go-to offensive moves and a short jumper, then forget it… game over… fit him for a handful of rings. Until then, he's immensely talented, but flawed to a point where it can cost his team.