Could Hollins be our Robert Parrish???

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    Posted by Fiercest34


    Ill give some more time but from what Ive seen he looks like a stiff... this is the best Ainge could do to give them help on the boards?  Its laughable....although part of the problem is none of the guys waived wanted to come to boston....
     
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    I hope Ryan Hollins plays well for the Celtics.  He is about 26 yrs. old.  Below average rebounding and defense.  Cannot shoot well from the outside and generally does not hit shots off of postup moves.  He can run the floor, shotblock, alleyoop slamdunk or cleanup for some points.  His mental game and skills are not real competitive, but he does have athletic ability.  In interviews sounds like a good guy. 
     
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    I hope Ryan Hollins plays well for the Celtics.  He is about 26 yrs. old.  Below average rebounding and defense.  Cannot shoot well from the outside and generally does not hit shots off of postup moves.  He can run the floor, shotblock, alleyoop slamdunk or cleanup for some points.  His mental game and skills are not real competitive, but he does have athletic ability.  In interviews sounds like a good guy. 
    Posted by cavaliersfan


    Thats all good but the Cs need rebounding and defense and if he doesnt bring that then what was the point in signing him?
     
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    In Response to Re: Could Hollins be our Robert Parrish??? : Thats all good but the Cs need rebounding and defense and if he doesnt bring that then what was the point in signing him?
    Posted by CASox


    Size, athleticism, shot blocking.  Did I say size?  Cs have need for bigs since O'Neal and Wilcox out in addition to other injuries.  Not many that aren't stiffs out there, Hollins has potential.  Hopefully, with KG as a mentor, Hollins might become a defensive presence.

    As Always,


     
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    Fierce your sounding more like Dudder every day...
     
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    I hope Ryan Hollins plays well for the Celtics.  He is about 26 yrs. old.  Below average rebounding and defense.  Cannot shoot well from the outside and generally does not hit shots off of postup moves.  He can run the floor, shotblock, alleyoop slamdunk or cleanup for some points.  His mental game and skills are not real competitive, but he does have athletic ability.  In interviews sounds like a good guy. 
    Posted by cavaliersfan


    We needed a young  big body with potential, at this pt, thats all we can hope for..some were ridiculing Steisma just a few weeks ago, not to mention AB, the star of the game...not saying this guy will work out, but you take your best shot
    thanks for the update
     
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    Posted by Fiercest34


    Well it seems to be the case... David West was the start of it.  No turiaf, no Diaw, no Kaman... Im not saying that the Cs pursued them all but you got to think they had to...
     
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    Piece out, gotta take an accounting final online...3hrs..ugh!!
     
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    http://network.yardbarker.com/nba/article_external/kevin_garnetts_influence_could_lead_to_improved_defense_by_ryan_hollins_as_it_has_for_greg_stiemsma/10399387
     
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    oh c'mon guys.  don't let hope turn to desperation.  parish averaged 17 and 12.5 boards and 2 swats for golden state for a few years straight before we got him.  hollins hasn't averaged 12.5 minutes a game.

    remember when mark blount was going to be our next robert parish? 

    ryan hollins is our next....  nothing.  he's been just above stinko in the league now for years. that isn't about to change.
     
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    at best, we sign hollins to a non-guaranteed one year deal where he must earn a spot in preseason.. would rather have a guy like hibbert or javale mcgee.. period! hollins is a ham and egger jambroni, in the mode of wilcox, but WORSE! his basketball iq and hands stink!
     
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    so happy i dont post here as often as I used to. The threads are getting more and more ridiculous.

    Hollins our next Robert Parrish??

    What are you people smoking?
     
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    so happy i dont post here as often as I used to. The threads are getting more and more ridiculous. Hollins our next Robert Parrish?? What are you people smoking?
    Posted by Karllost

    I miss your posts Karl. Consider starting threads,  many here appreciate you.
     
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    Re: Could Hollins be our Robert Parrish???

    Hollins needs to add 15 lbs of muscle, a jump hook and learn some positioning for rebounding.  Sign up Clifford Ray for a lot of tutoring for him and Greg S this summer and get them on an intense weight training program.  Both get pushed around a bit under the basket and need to get stronger.  The Steamer can shoot, not sure on Hollins, but he has some potential to get much better.
     
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    Hollins needs to add 15 lbs of muscle, a jump hook and learn some positioning for rebounding.  Sign up Clifford Ray for a lot of tutoring for him and Greg S this summer and get them on an intense weight training program.  Both get pushed around a bit under the basket and need to get stronger.  The Steamer can shoot, not sure on Hollins, but he has some potential to get much better.
    Posted by Bosoxin09


    Exactly because in the NBA one routinely sees legit NBA centers come out of nowhere and develop over time to become elite centers - Bynum, Horford, Howard, and Lopez come to mind....  LMFAOROTFL.... or maybe the good NBA centers are all drafted in the top 10 and have been in the spotlight as soon as they went on their last growth spurt.......
     
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