Over the course of the lockout, JaVale McGee has been seen in several lockout games showing off his excellent athleticism and dunking prowess.
Even though defense is something that is general lacking in these high-scoring affairs, McGee has most importantly tried to showcase some semblance of a post game down low. This is a small step in the right direction, as McGee has proven thus far in his career to have little polish on the offensive end.
He has become quite a confusing player for fans, showing flashes of brilliance and potential but often looking completely lost on offense and taking himself out of plays.
I'm going to use this slideshow to highlight three post moves that would be essential for McGee to master in order to take the next step in becoming the franchise center that many hope he can become. These moves will open up the floor for him and his teammates, as he would most likely command double teams with an improved arsenal of moves.
Hard work and study over the lockout will go a long way into proving whether or not he will ever progress past a few highlight-reel plays a night with little substance.