During the Warriors' loss to the Magic on Thursday night, they sent Dwight Howard to the free-throw line for an NBA-record 39 shots. It was not effective, but on the bright side, the term "hack-a-Dwight" has entered our sporting lexicon.
"Hack-a-Dwight" is the latest in a long list of pithy, hyphenated player-specific NBA defensive strategies that have been attempted and quickly abandoned, on account of them being completely ineffective. Some others are after the jump.
- Mail-An-Aaron Gray