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Ok older timers....does WB remind anyone of Milt Wagner? The way they both square up to the basket to shoot and have that smooth, silky shot....I can't help of thinking back of ol number 20 when Wayne pulls up for the shot...WB is playing really well, plus playing some D to boot....love the boards the last few games....
I didnt think about that comparison, but I agree that there are some similarities in their games! The pull up jumper. The same stroke on the shot!
Good analogy Micard!
No way, Wags was one of the most consistent players ever here - WB has a long way to go however long he stays. It is nice to see his game finally come around but so what against all the dogfood teams played so far - only good competition was Duke and he disappeared. Reminds me more of Billy Thompson, all the potential in the world but can he mentally harness his ability over the long haul? Time will tell.
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A stronger Dwayne Morton?
I like the Paul Pierce comparison...
This. First name that came to mild. About the same height and build and similar mid-range game. But I think Wayne has less kids :-)
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