I Love Vontaze Burfict As A Prospect. I Love Him As A Player. And I Can Understand The Infatuation With Him That Seems To Be Lurking Around BTB. However I Do Not Think He Is A Good Fit For The Cowboys With Two Promising ILBs And No Leaders Suited To Deal With Him. He'd Be Great On The Ravens imo, Or The Steelers, New Rams, Etc Etc. I DONT THINK HE CAN PLAY 34 OLB. With All That Said I'd Like To Introduce BTB To A Poor Man's Version Of Vontaze. (Without The Character Flags) FSU's NIGEL BRADHAM
Coach Nick presents more of our exclusive footage where such coaches as: Rick Carlisle, Herb Williams, Bill Laimbeer, Paul Westphal, and Pete Myers weigh in on the fundamentals of the game, from offense to defense. For even more basketball, visit BBALLBREAKDOWN
Coach Nick presents more of our exclusive footage where such coaches as: Rick Carlisle, Herb Williams, Bill Laimbeer, Paul Westphal, and Pete Myers weigh in on the fundamentals of the game, from offense to defense. For even more basketball, visit http://bballbreakdown.com
They key to this series rests on who is going to be tougher, who is going to get down and dirty, and who's willing to do whatever it takes to win. For even more basketball, visit us at: BBALLBREAKDOWN.COM
The Suns stunned the Lakers last night in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals. Their bench exploded for 54 points, but the real key is the Lakers Triangle versus the Suns 2-3 Zone. Coach Nick will show you the problems the Lakers are running into, and also reveal the Secret strategy that will win the series for the Suns.
Kobe's monster game couldn't overcome Stoudemire's moves and Robin Lopez toughness. The Suns have started to crawl back into this series, and we'll show you what can get them another step closer to making this a real competitive series.
The role players on the Magic have played poorly from a simple execution stand point. Rashard Lewis is busy playing terrific defense on everyone, so I don't think his low offensive output is a factor. Keep him on KG at all times, get Gortat in there for 25 or 30 minutes, and have Vince Carter outplay Paul Pierce. That's all.