H. Olajuwon in his career had a .712 Average. He is not as strong as Dwight Howard though. So that is why it did not take much of a foul to make him miss a shot. If he was a put back kind of guy, then he may experience what Dwight experiences. If Dwight Howard starts developing a Midrange, he will be less effective at the offensive end. SO the reality of it is... even if he develops his Milk Shake, D12 should set his mind that he is going to be fouled hard no matter what because that is the only way to stop him. In turn it limits his ability to make shots whatever it may be, finesse, strong finishes, acrobatic, and so on...
So, I suggest that for every Legal-Hack-Hard Foul they give to him...their teammates should do the same to their opposing superstar. (The manner, style and area of the body on where the foul was commited). An Eye for an Eye, that way David Stern would realize that when his perimeter superstars are dropping like flies, that they will change the rules regarding hacking... If fast players are allowed to be fast/speedy/quick, to make a basket, why can't strong players receive the same treatment...
Can players change how they are treated if all players rendered and received the same treatment on what ever position they may be...FOUL WISE?
Agree, for every hard foul deserves another for every opportunity that arise? (27 votes)
Disagree, perimeter players if you foul them hard you get called for a flagrant, and if you foul a inside player hard, it's just a good foul? (11 votes)
38 total votes