Minnesota Timberwolves Will Give Martell “Webster” a True Definition

December 6th, 2010 by Timber Wolf Leave a reply »
"I'm not one-dimensional," he said. "I finally get to showcase to myself—not to anybody else, but to myself—what I am able to do. ... I wasn't able to do it in Portland. I want to get off to a good start. I want to show my ability to create a shot for myself.

"I know I can do it. I'm not going to hold anything back. People say preseason doesn't count for anything. It means a lot to me. It is allowing me to learn what Coach requires and expects from me. What better way to start than in preseason?"

Let's start with Martell Webster against the Utah Jazz.

Martell scores 24 points in a single quarter. Why is this significant? Well, not only is scoring 20 points in a quarter hard to do in the first place, it's the way that he got his 24 points that's most impressive. Brandon Roy was out with an injury, the Trailblazer's offense was struggling, and out of nowhere, Webster comes off of two double-screens and hit's a 3-point shot.

This play is something that Webster was capable of doing as a rookie. Always known as a 3-point specialist, Webster was only utilized for his shooting stroke in Portland. Although he started a number ...

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