Yes, the Lakers are struggling and the have no excuse. Kobe Bryant is one of the best players of all-time and Dwight Howard is the best center in the league. A team with those two players on the floor should not have a losing record. The return of Steve Nash and Pau Gasol will help but let’s face it: Nash is old with a bad back, and Pau hasn’t played well since the Lakers championship repeat. They may not be enough. As insurance for lack of cohesion, it’s time for these players to work on their weaknesses!
Dwight Howard, click here and meet the solution to all your problems. Everyone knows Dwight Howard can’t make a free throw to save his life, but he’s now in luck. A Franklin Breakaway Hoop can help his form and touch. The smaller ball and hoop will force Howard to shoot softly. With hours of dedicated practice, his rotation and touch will be damn near perfect! Next up is Pau Gasol. Point blank, he needs to toughen up. Just like Dwight, Gasol can use the breakaway hoop to improve his finishing ability. Going up strong will be easier than ever on a small hoop. A couple of dunks, fist pumps, and roars, and Pau should be feeling like a true big man again. His confidence will rise to monumental heights, and the Twin Towers will rise in Los Angeles!
Kobe Bryant’s chore is simple. Check out his prescription! Yes, all he needs is a basketball. He needs to carry this ball with him wherever he goes. Bed, bathroom, or backyard, he needs to bring this with him wherever he goes, and never lose grip. He needs to dribble the ball whenever he can and cherish it like a loved one. Kobe’s turnovers have been way too high this season. This should fix everything! As for Steve Nash, our backboard padding will do wonders…for his back. Instead of attaching the padding to a backboard, have Nash sit or lay on this during the game. That lower back discomfort will go away in no time!
Not exactly what you thought right? I bet you expected a proposed trade, lineup change, or new coach (needs to happen). Teams need to start looking into alternative methods of development. If it worked for Phil Jackson as a coach, it might work here as well!