Jolly Good Fellow
He had a 3- to 5-game stretch last year before ankle injury where he was putting up #s, and looking more athletic. Then, that ankle injury. From my seat, the difference is hard rebounding and then run the floor hard to catch on break in paint. If he sets up at high or low post, he has no go-to move. Be Luke Schensher. Run floor hard from cup to cup and do not bring the ball down, just catch high, finish high and flush it, get fouled, or if it’s blocked, then repeat the sequence. In half court, use him as a picket fence, and roll to bucket, occasional post up to keep D honest. He’s not an elbow player; last year, this year or next year, he’s just not - it’s on Coaches, IMO.When has Howard not been terrible?