The rebounding numers

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    The rebounding numers

    ### First we need to start a center  Fav or KO  ###Second we must shoot a better percentage to win the rebound numbers game ( we have more misses than the other team and this gives them more opportunities.    ### Third a tunover is the same thing as losing a rebound, so reduce turnovers.  Getting a turnover is the same thing as adding a REBOUND.  

     
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    Re: The rebounding numers

    I would have Faverani or Olynyk on the court at all times.

    Sullinger is not a center.

     
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    Re: The rebounding numers

    Chris, I agree with the Sully part and that we need a center.  However, I really think Humphries should be on the court for extended periods at either the C or PF.

    Humphries is a proven double-double guy and the only way we can assure that kind of production is by having him on the court.  And it works both ways, we get the production and we also showcase him for possible deals at the trading deadline.

    Humphries may not be the most skilled big on the team, but he is the most proven.

    Sully should play PF and PF only and nothing else.  He hasn't played that much in his NBA career yet so he's still developing that NBA game.  I hope he focuses on refining his game from 15 feet and within with emphasis on post moves against taller defenders.

     

     
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    Re: The rebounding numers

    Fierce, what did having Pierce and KG last season get us?  Our overall record was below .500.  We had a losing record overall WITH Pierce and KG.  And in the playoffs, Pierce was a total non-factor.  Shumpert locked Pierce down and KG resorted to being what he had been all season, a 6'11" jump shooting small forward.

    Maybe you're referring to the Pierce and KG of 2008?

     
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    Re: The rebounding numers

    In response to Mployee8's comment:
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    We don't have the talent yet cause we aren't done rebuilding. Debbie Downer knows as well as any poster here that Danny is just getting started, so bellyaching about the product on the floor this pre-season and for the next few months is trollish behavior or a trouble maker trying to push buttons to create an argument to satisfy his egotistical needs.

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    Nice.

     
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    Re: The rebounding numers

    In response to Fierce34's comment:
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    In response to chris33's comment:
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    In response to Mployee8's comment:
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    We don't have the talent yet cause we aren't done rebuilding. Debbie Downer knows as well as any poster here that Danny is just getting started, so bellyaching about the product on the floor this pre-season and for the next few months is trollish behavior or a trouble maker trying to push buttons to create an argument to satisfy his egotistical needs.

     

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    Nice.

     

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    You're one of those who keep complaining, chris/Kirk!

    When Babb had one great game, you said Babb is our best SG.

     

    Every game you change your assessment.

    Just like last season when you wanted a different starting lineup after every game!

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    You just proved Mployee8's point.

     

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