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« Reply #120 on: June 22, 2009, 05:46:32 pm »

Yea ill do that trade, Outlaw,Blake, and a 2nd rounder will still keep us very good next year, and best of all, we get cap space for 2010. I really dont care that they are rentals as long as we get that cap space either.

As for Miller teaching Mullens....i think he can do it, he showed Noah and Tyrus how to pass alot better last year and im sure he can show him some post moves. As far as coaches available, i have no clue. Hakeem always host a big man camp in the summer, id definitely send Mullens there. He has the agility to do a ton of post moves...up and unders,hooks,spin moves,reverses exc...

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« Reply #121 on: June 22, 2009, 07:06:08 pm »

Yeah, I agree that I think Miller can do it. He did a good job with getting Spencer Hawes going a little quicker than most people thought he could, and he really brought the best out of Joakim Noah as well. Also, if Hakeem's available, I don't see why the Bulls dont try to bring him in as a big man coach since he was such a skilled center back in his day too, and Mullens has some of the strengths (though not nearly to the extent) that Olajuwon had.

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