I am not or was not meaning to question his rebounding abilities. In asking the question it had everything to do with strength and nothing to do with ability, desire, or skill.
Rytas starting center is injured so it looks like more minutes for Valanciunas, good news for Raptor fans is that he was very efficient in 32 minutes, so there is some proof that they are sort of holding him back, and maybe he is more ready for an NBA schedule than it seemed
25 points, 12 boards, 6 blocks today
highlights are up, got to watch the game today, Valanciunas was by far the best player on the floor, and also displayed some great passing skills, only getting one assist but moved the ball very well out of the double team
2 off reb
10 def reb
Nice day at the office. Highlights:
Check the post up at 1:35.... nice footwork. Hopefully he can teach Bargnani to go to the left in the post.
That's awesome! Hopefully they start getting him some more minutes and possibly the starting job if he continues like this!
Do you foul out with 6 fouls in that league? If so, great use of the fouls! ;)
Just wanted to make note of the video added in post 84 and the link in 83.
My thoughts exactly. Thanks Tim.
Pretty sure Jerryd will start and play heavy minutes. He better start taking some Ally-oop throwing lessons from Jose.
Kabongo throwing up those alley-oops? That would be nice.
I've never seen Kabongo play. I'm looking forward to some Texas games this year.
It's early in the season but I think it's fair to say that Kabongo isn't the best point guard at U of Texas right now. That would be J'Covan Brown.
But I think Brown and Kabongo play two totally different style games.
I see Brown becoming more in the mold of Jerryd Bayless, than Steve Nash. Which is who I see Kabongo modeling his game after.
Mind you, I'm still of the mind that Bayless can be a stellar PG in the NBA as well, so not meant as a slight to Brown by any means.