Mike
Two years ago

Has Damo finally fixed his jumper?

Man it was looking good AND going in versus Sydney

Look out leeg, Damo just got dangerous!

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Ease up champ. No his shot is too broken to be fixed over the course of 2-3 games. Perth fans at all time optimism by sounds of it.

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Mike  
Two years ago

;)

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Really, a thread just for this, get a life Mike

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Lost In The Sky  
Two years ago

Says the guy who's too afraid to make comments unless behind an Anonymous post.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Still a pointless thread

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

Because the username 'lost in the sky' is a clear description of who you are!? As good as anon. This really is just another oerthbfan having a thought and deciding to post it as a thread. Bit much really.

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ROFLcopter  
Two years ago

He doesn't need to shoot to be extremely effective.

End of thread.

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Isaac  
Two years ago

This really is just another oerthbfan having a thought and deciding to post it as a thread.
That's how discussions work.

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Dazz  
Two years ago

Has looked better these past few games or so.

Could be a number of factors? Confidence, determination, or perhaps his knee has stopped hurting.

Could be he's getting better looks and feeling less pressure with Cotton.

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paul  
Two years ago

When Damo shoots well Perth win championships. In 2010 and 2014 he was one of the league leaders in 3p%, and if he keeps hitting them through the playoffs the Cats will be very tough to beat.

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Anonymous  
Two years ago

He has consistent spurts which can last a whole season but overall career wise he is inconsistent. Odd.

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Luuuc  
Two years ago

There's not a lot wrong with his shooting action either. He just seems to have no control of how hard he's flinging that thing most of the time.

Must have been putting up plenty of shots while injured because he's definitely letting it fly more frequently since returning.

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