|Posted by shawn cassidy on August 17, 2011 at 8:15 AM|
Paul has become older,and with age you learn what to do,and what not to do. In sports you need to find away to keep competitive. Paul has found his three-point shot. He's always been a decent three-point shooter. His game early on was about ISO plays 15 feet away from the basket,and taking the ball to the basket for an AND1.
Paul really changed his game once the big three formed. He could relax,and he was able to work in the flow of the offense. He was able to spot up for three-point field goals more often. The question I have this morning? Will the three-point shot help Paul stay in the game longer? He's not like Ray Allen,but Paul has worked hard on this part of his game. If Paul can work this hard,and get his three-point shooting so crisp. I believe Paul can do almost anything at the age of 33,and going forward.
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