[Guide] Howard transferred to the Rockets in the summer. In addition to the temptation of the Rockets’ young potential lineup and salary structure, Rockets coach Mike Hale is also important.
Ending the week, McHale directed Warcraft to play smart.
On November 6th, , Dwight Howard switched from the Los Angeles Lakers to the Houston Rockets in the summer. The outside world is rumored that it was because of Gao Fushuai’s active participation, and of course the Rockets’ current young potential lineup and Houston’s salary structure.
But there is one very important reason that has been overlooked by everyone, and that is Rockets coach Kevin McHale. He was an insider with gorgeous inside skills when he was a player. Howard hopes that he can improve himself under his guidance.
At present, the Rockets have ended four battles, with a record of three wins and one loss. Although the former No. 1 center in the league is still ranked No. 1 with 15 rebounds, he averaged only 10.3 shots per game and scored 14.5 points.
Low, but Howard said that he is still running in.
“I think it will gradually get better as the season progresses,” Howard said.
We’ll all get better and better as the season goes on.”
In addition to the reason of the team, the improvement of his own skills is only a little bit.
Just a week after the regular season, Howard only taught him one main idea, which is to play as smartly as possible in the position.
And McHale also gave Howard an example. Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson currently holds a single-game rushing record of 296 yards in the NFL.
“He just kept me low,” Howard said of McHale’s coaching. “He used Adrian Peterson as an example a lot, and then he explained how to hide and hide in the game. His running is really good.
Stealth. McHale said I was also capable of doing that, using my speed and agility to get out of the way of defenders, and to do that, I had to play smarter.”