yes, but it's actually less common for right handed players to be so one-hand dominant. the reason you don't hear the criticism isn't bias, it's fact. anecdotally, one of my good friends is a lefty and he had the same problem--you could remove his right arm and his game wouldn't have suffered. this wasn't true of any of my right-handed friends/teammates. in the nba, the most notorious one-handed players have been lefties, in my recollection: odom, ginobili, randle. i don't have a good theory as to why, but here's a wild one: the world is set up for right-handedness (because it's far more common), so in order to be left-hand dominant, you have to REALLY want to do things with that hand. so, perhaps you completely lack ability/confidence in your motor skills on that side? and julius absolutely does not want to put that ball in his right hand for more than one dribble, if that. and he certainly hates to finish that way (though he got one in the last game). i think people should get used to it. ginobili never really got a right hand, nor did odom. i'd guess it's rare to develop that at this stage.