Markieff Morris should study ...
Here's a veteran the Suns' rookie forward should seek to emulate
Originally Published: April 13, 2012By David Thorpe | Scouts Inc.
When Aldridge first started his NBA career, he was mildly in love with his jump shot. Then it took over his thinking to the point where experts questioned whether he'd ever reach his vast potential to be an offensive force. He answered them last season by focusing more on paint touches, working hard to get position there first. And now he's an All-Star. Morris is an excellent deep shooter, something which will keep him relevant in the NBA for a decade. But he has the potential to be more than just a stretch big if he develops the mindset to do so. Hunting paint shots would be a great start.
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