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"I personally don't think Pau is an every possession block guy. Not because he can't do it, but just because he's so skilled. If you keep putting him on the block time after time after time, I think defensively they're going to get a rhythm. They'll put a smaller guy on him, they'll get into his lower back, and they'll push him out further and further and further. So what you have to do is keep them guessing, and you keep them guessing by isoing him at the elbow sometimes. Bringing him up for a jumpshot at the elbow sometimes. Playing him in the pick and roll so he can pick and pop for a shot, or make the pass to [Andrew Bynum] ducking in on the backside. Then you put him on the post. So I think he's so versatile, that's why you move him around more than anything else. Andrew, he's a guy you put on the block all the time. They're two different types of players. Pau, as time goes on, will understand that because he'll see the benefits of being moved around because guys can't lock in and just try to beat him up all night on the post, play after play after play."