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Did Howard learn to dominate?

Posted By Jessica Camerato On May 15, 2009 @ 1:05 pm In General | 1 Comment

One of the hottest topics in Game 6 was Dwight Howard’s ability to dominate. The Celtics [1] had stopped him from doing it in the first five contests, but Howard was confident he could take over the paint. As he wrote on his blog, he thinks he accomplished his mission [2]:

“I knew going into this game that if I wanted what I call touches that I had to crash the boards and dominate the game defensively and rebounding … I know that there are other ways to dominate a game than on scoring. My team needs me to be a beast in the lane for us to win. I tried to go after every ball last night and see if they could stop me.”

As for his decree of domination following Game 5, Howard has learned to prove it on the court, not at the podium:

“I guess if I learned anything the past few days after my comments in Game 5 it’€™s that I need to keep my mouth shut sometimes. Otis had me in his office and we talked about how there are better ways to deal with problems than I did. I’€™m still young, still learning and I’€™m going to make mistakes sometimes.”


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