JazzyD95: He looked good in the films. Personally, I still wish I could have seen him as a regular player at the BBack position. I would not care if he looked stiff, ran upright, ran on all fours, or hopped, skipped, and jump, as long as he consistently gave me 5 yards each time he carried the ball.
I played basketball in a Gold Medal Tournement one year when we took in several other players for the tournement. One player was recommended to me by one of our team players. I trusted him and we let the player come in with us during the tournement. His nickname was "Country". He looked like a guy straight off the farm. He practiced with us several days before the tournement. I noticed that he had no form, looked clumsy, and had my doubts about him helping us.
However, in the practices, I noticed he would get most of the rebounds, he could go back up and put the ball back in the basket, and any time a ball was fed to him, he would score closer in to the basket. I was in amazement as I watched him. He did not look like a baskeball player, but you could not stop him from scoring close around the basket. His shots were not form shots or fancy shots, they just were accurate and went in the basket. He played with us in the tournement and did extremely well although it hurt just watching his form. From then on, I changed my mind from form to effectiveness.