"Back when I played, it was more if a grind-it-out, beat-you-down kind of game," said Ewing, now an Orlando Magic assistant. "Now, they want it to be a free-flowing, up-and-down game. It's more suited for the perimeter guys."
"Every meeting I go to, they talk about scoring," he told The Associated Press with a chuckle. "Everything is geared toward the offense. My solution to that? Just start everybody off at 20 to 20 and play the game the way it's supposed to be played."