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    Default Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe rebounding numbers

    Andre Drummond (13.0) and Greg Monroe (9.7) combine as the top rebounding duo in the NBA, grabbing a total of 22.7 rebounds per game. Here is the list of the top rebounding duos in the NBA this season.

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    Default Re: Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe rebounding numbers

    1 offensive rebound tonight fellas! and great no look pass by Singler.

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    Default Re: Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe rebounding numbers

    Quote Originally Posted by insidehoops
    Andre Drummond (13.0) and Greg Monroe (9.7) combine as the top rebounding duo in the NBA, grabbing a total of 22.7 rebounds per game. Here is the list of the top rebounding duos in the NBA this season.
    So this league has no rebounding duos. I see what you did there insidehoops.

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    Default Re: Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe rebounding numbers

    I would think Memphis has to be up there with Gasol & Randolph too.

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    Default Re: Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe rebounding numbers

    Pretty sure they are 3rd ^^ Behind Gasol and Noah at the bulls

    Griff and Deandre should be up there (Griff should be averaging 10+ with his size and hops)

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    Default Re: Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe rebounding numbers

    I don't think there are good rebounding duos right now.

    This rebounding duo of Kurt Thomas and Nazr Mohammed wasn't bad.

    http://www.basketball-reference.com/teams/NYK/2005.html

    Duncan and Robinson:

    http://www.basketball-reference.com/teams/SAS/1998.html

    Camby, Randolph, and Kaman: 3 guys with 8+:

    http://www.basketball-reference.com/teams/LAC/2009.html

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