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02-28-2013, 02:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Jafar View Post
Perhaps not , my point was to say that Amonte's reputation as one dimensional fast scorer is erroneous and I think I provided an overwhelming amount of evidance to back up his all-around play.

He'll fit perfectly with Klukay and Luce on the right side , Amonte did it all.
It's a good line to check a team with a dominant RW with Amonte being able to score on the counterattack. If you run into a dominant LW, it might not work so well.

Oh and also , half of his career? He came in Chicago at 23 years and retired at 36 , not exactly half of his career if I can still count.
This would be relevant if Amonte magically became a great defensive player the instant he was traded.

You didn't date the articles that you presented, but clicking on a few, it seems the quotes about his good defensive play start in 1999.

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