Dwight Howard looks to be an odd fit for the system Mike Budenholzer has established here in Atlanta. Howard's role in the offense may determine if this ends up being a happy homecoming or a miserable one. When Mike Budenholzer arrived in Atlanta, he was confronted with the task of getting his players, staff, and co-workers to buy into his system. Bud's coaching philosophy has been predicated on requiring all five positions on the court being able to space the floor. Fast forward three years later and the focal point remains the same. Now, after signing Dwight Howard this offseason to a...
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