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Breakdown: James Michael McAdoo


For the first half of the season, McAdoo played mostly rushed and out of control. He was weak and tentative, often shying away from contact. He took way too many off balance or hurried shots, usually without ever surveying the defense before making a decision. McAdoo would simply catch the ball (when he was able to do that), then turn and fire up a quick shot without ever considering his options. (Chapelboro.com)


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