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Would Kanter give up his 18mm
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BRIGGS
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2/19/2018  1:03 PM
Bonn1997 wrote:His opposing man is shooting 52%!

LOL Most big guys do shoot 50% and he shooting 60%--so?
Since KP went down he is avg 19.5 -13.5 2.5 57% thats a stability player. If it wasnt for enes we wouldnt be in these games.

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BRIGGS
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2/19/2018  1:06 PM
martin wrote:
Paris907 wrote:If Big Stretxh Mamba is available we will grab him I pray

Don't know why but I love the KP/Bamba pairing. Feel like they compliment each other nicely and form an interior tandem that would fortify the Knicks.

Haven't seem much of Bamba but a much more modern/offensive version of Dikembe?

Id say Bamba more of a serge Ibaka. Hes very mobile but not super strong. He can guard perimeter guys but I think hed struggle against guys like Howard Kanter etc. Hes got some offensive game and that certainly can develop.

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2/19/2018  3:20 PM
BRIGGS wrote:
Bonn1997 wrote:His opposing man is shooting 52%!

LOL Most big guys do shoot 50% and he shooting 60%--so?
Since KP went down he is avg 19.5 -13.5 2.5 57% thats a stability player. If it wasnt for enes we wouldnt be in these games.


LOL indeed. Kanter's man has an average FG% of .479 against the rest of the league. So you're 50% figure is way off. Most likely the other team's PG through PF shoot much better with Kanter on the floor too. Kanter shoots 60%? OK that gives him 1 more FG a game than if he shot 50%. How many FGs per game is his poor man-to-man and help defense giving up? More or less than 1?
Would Kanter give up his 18mm

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