Dwight’s premise is correct.
It is always better to play from the inside out because it creates better spacing and easier shots for the perimeter players, if you have a dominant big man.
The question begs do you consider Dwight Howard the type of offensive threat that can make that happen? That is up for debate. Here is what Dwight had to say.
“We have to play inside out, play their bigs and make it a long night for those guys,” Howard told the Houston Chronicle on Tuesday. “I have to demand the ball, get it and go to work.”
Howard gets a lot of his points on putbacks and in transition, for his plan to work he has to be able to score down on the low block in a halfcourt offense.
We will see what happens in Game 2.