This past season, Dwight Howard got 297 shots out of post-ups, a little over four times a game.
He shot just 47 percent on those and scored at an average of 0.82 points per possessions, well below the 1.06 the Rockets averaged overall on offense.
Former Rockets coach Kevin McHale said on SiriusXM NBA Radio Friday with Rick Mahorn and Jonathan Hood that he thinks Howard's prime is behind him.
“Throw it down to him occasionally but if you throw it down to him on a steady diet the poor guy just can’t get down low and move any more. I think that back bothered him, his hips are tight from that and he just wasn’t the same player. He’s worked hard on it. The kid does work hard on his physical conditioning and trying to get healthy and stuff. But he is not what he used to be down there in the low post. And I think the knee surgery, too.”
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