Doesn't matter what we would've done otherwise. The Magic didn't let him walk for nothing. And the point is that particular line can be used to disparage every single player that's signed, traded, drafted after #1, or whatever.
Now I provide life insurance benefits.
At 1:07 in this vid, who created this shot for Anderson? Just because he doesn't do it often doesn't mean he CAN'T do it. His main role is to get open and separate himself from his opponent and knock down the 3 ball. He's not in the 'creator' role on this team. He's also done surprisingly well being in a position for putbacks and rebounds.
Have a pot of gumbo on me.
You and throne need to start a "our bigs need to create their own shots" fan club.
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And I pointed out that in saying his previous team made no effort to re-sign him as it somehow invalidates his talent, it's a weak argument. A dozen factors could come into play. They don't necessarily mean the Magic went "Eh, he's not that good anyway." Or they know something we didn't.
Our bigs need to be able to bring the ball up too, then.
I've seen him do that plenty of times this season Hunny.
Idk if Ryno is top 30, probably top 45, but Anderson is a great complimentary player. The top 30 is mostly guys who can either lead an offense or are really good on both ends imo.
And I dont think he's on Pejas level yet, prime Peja was an MVP candidate
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The alternative is that he can only score if someone feeds him the rock. That's not true. He's scored in the paint off more than just offensive rebounds. It's not his greatest asset, but he can score on his own at times.
ETA: Also let me add that being able to create has a lot to do with creativity. He may lack a bit in creativity but he makes up for it in productivity.
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