Keys to the Wolf Den: Corey Brewer’s New Approach

December 20th, 2009 by Matthew Hayden Leave a reply »
Let's take a moment to think about the new Corey Brewer poster.

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Now onto the information.

Corey Brewer's dunk over Derek Fisher signified something more than just his knees on Derek Fisher's forehead, it signaled a complete new approach to Corey Brewer's inner dominance.

Of course, Corey Brewer is at his best when he's out in transition, but many times his lay-ups fall out of the rim, and his shot attempts bounce off the left or right side of the rim.

But lately, Corey Brewer is starting to show small signs of promise.

Watching a Wolves game, it's rare that I see Corey Brewer smile if the Wolves are losing, and until they are winning the ball game, it's grin from start to finish.

Jonah Ballow reiterated on Corey Brewer:

"He told me he's tired of his lay-ups falling off the top of the rim, so he's taking it to the hole stronger."

The Wolves have struggled in the third quarter mightly, in fact they have only won one game when leading at the half. Corey Brewer made sure that the Wolves did not let up in the third quarter with two powering dunks in the third quart ...

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