I think you mean 'playing to his full potential' not strength. He's got the ideal body for a Hall of Fame center but he lacks any real skills to put himself and his team over the top. He's got one of the worst post up games among starting centers (plus Gortat). Seriously take away this guy's athleticism and he would be as offensively stale as Greg Oden. He has improved over the past few years though but not by much. Anyways, Dwight's strengths are getting the ball deep (under or 5 feet away from it), alley-oops, and putbacks. It doesn't help that the Magic's best playmaker is JJ Redick and Vince Carter, who hasn't shown up at all this series.
Agreed on Bass. Why isn't he getting more minutes again? Stan Van Gundy has the deepest bench I've seen in the NBA in a long while and he continually misuses it. If the Magic get eliminated, which is likely, Stan should be fired.