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Old 08-24-2012, 02:17 PM   #7
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Default Re: Score Article: Bargnani's Impressive Defensive Numbers

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Originally Posted by bokes15
That myth hasn't been around on this board for quite some time now. He's always been a passable and maybe even slightly above average man defender and a horrible weak side defender and rebounder.

Pretty much.

Improvements in his weak side D on its own would help his rebounding without any specific work put into that 'skill', I feel (better overall positioning and awareness will simply put him in better positions to grab rebounds), but I don't really see that improving at this juncture of his career (barring the use of a very large whip from Casey).
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