Originally Posted by final.wrath
the only way i see that happening is if he either improves his free throws or he gets A LOT more plays run for him. and running a lot of plays for ben wallace is detremental to the team IMO.
I think it is easy for him to average 10 ppg. While he doesn't have that many back to the basket moves (okay zero) or a shot, he has much better hands and is a better finisher than Tyson Chandler. Skiles said he is goign to give him more freedom on the offensive end.
It has been proven when BW is involved on the offensive end, he is a better rebounder and defender. Look at his seasons with Larry Brown vs his seasons with Flip Saunders.