There he is....Zo
Is a seven-time NBA All-Star and two-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year…is a two-time NBA Rookie of the Month and one-time NBA Player of the Month…has earned First Team All-NBA honors once, Second Team All-NBA honors once and First Team All-Defensive honors twice…six times in his career (five times with Miami) he has been named NBA Player of the Week...has appeared in 736 games and has made 643 starts in his 13-year NBA career…has averaged 18.3 points, 9.1 rebounds, 2.90 blocks, 1.3 assists and 32.6 minutes while shooting 52.6 percent from the floor, 24.7 percent from three-point range and 69.9 percent from the foul line…has scored in double figures on 630 occasions with 335 games of at least 20 points, 55 games of 30-or-more points, four games of at least 40 points and one 50-point effort…has grabbed double figures in rebounds on 332 occasions with five games of at least 20 rebounds…has recorded 327 career double-doubles, including a career-high eight straight from Mar. 2, 1995 through Mar. 16, 1995…only five times in his career has he grabbed double-figure rebounds in a game and not recorded a double-double (once with Charlotte and four with Miami)…his career high for most consecutive games scoring in double figures is 105 and was set from Jan. 4, 1995 through Mar. 14, 1996 (first 53 games of the streak he played for Charlotte and the final 52 he was a member of the HEAT)…owns the second longest streak in HEAT history for consecutive double-figure scoring efforts (75 from Mar. 23, 1999 through Feb. 23, 2000)…is Miami’s all-time leader in games played (491), blocked shots (1,405), free throws made (2,328) and free throws attempted (3,512)…ranks second in HEAT history in field goal percentage (.535), points scored (8,649), offensive (1,345), defensive (3,019) and total rebounds (4,364), field goals made (3,155), field goals attempted (5,895), minutes played (15,739), double-doubles (203), double-figure scoring efforts (408) and starts (415)…also enters the 2006-07 season 10th on Miami’s all-time list steals with 287…enters the 2006-07 season ranked third among active players in the NBA in regular season career field goal percentage (.526), blocked shots (2,136) and free throw attempts (5,478), seventh among active players in free throws made (3,827), ninth in defensive rebounds (4,670), 10th in total rebounds (6,694) and 19th in points scored (13,501)…enters the 2006-07 season in 10th place on the NBA’s all-time blocked shots list (2,136)…concluded the 2006 postseason ranked fifth among active players in postseason free throw attempts (564) and blocks (212), sixth in field goal percentage (.507), eighth in free throws made (397), 10th in total rebounds (657) and 19th in points scored (1,266)…has recorded at least one block in 667 of 736 career games…owns each of the top five spots on the HEAT’s single-season blocks list and six of the top seven…has appeared in 91 postseason games (57 starts) and has averaged 13.9 points, 7.2 rebounds, 2.33 blocks and 27.9 minutes while shooting 50.7 percent from the floor and 65.5 percent from the foul line…is Miami’s all-time postseason leader in games played (78), free throws attempted (470), offensive rebounds (136), defensive rebounds (379), total rebounds (515), blocked shots (168) and is tied for the lead in double-doubles (14)…also ranks among Miami’s postseason leaders in games started (2nd , 44), minutes played (2nd, 2,001), points (2nd, 964), double-figure scoring efforts (2nd, 45), 20-point games (2nd, 21), field goals made (2nd, 336), field goals attempted (2nd, 645), free throws made (2nd, 289), steals (5th, 36) and assists (tied for 9th, 56)…owns each of the HEAT’s top three single-game postseason blocks marks…has scored in double figures 58 times in postseason play with 30 games of at least 20 points and six games with 30-or-more points…had a postseason career best streak of 35 consecutive games in double-figure scoring from Apr. 29, 1993 through Apr. 26, 1998…grabbed double-figure rebounds in 22 postseason contests and has recorded 22 postseason double-doubles…his postseason career high for consecutive double-doubles is three games and was done on two occasions (May 18, 1993-Apr. 30, 1995 and Apr. 29, 1997-May 4, 1997)…started each of his first 55 postseason contests (Apr. 29, 1993-Apr. 27, 2001)…has shot a combined 70.4 percent from the floor the last two postseasons, connecting on at least 70 percent each season…has been selected to play in seven NBA All-Star Games, but has missed three due to injury…in his four All-Star appearances he has averaged 10.0 points, 4.8 rebounds, 2.00 blocks and 18.8 minutes while shooting 54.5 percent (18-33) from the floor.
Between him and Zeke my team is going to be ultra competetive