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  • Primer wrote: View Post
    His progression throughout the season was a sight to behold. Really excited for him to come in as the starting C next season. He's gonna average a double double while hitting 3s at nearly 40% clip and playing great defense.
    I'd lay early money on MIP. His raw numbers were quite low this year especially from early struggles, and he should get great opportunity.
    9 time first team all-RR, First Ballot Hall of Forum

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    • JawsGT wrote: View Post

      Precious hitting 40% would do wonders for this team, especially if it's at decent volume.
      The volume is the key. If he's taking 4 or 5 a game and hitting even 35% that's a win for the halfcourt offence.
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      • DanH wrote: View Post

        The volume is the key. If he's taking 4 or 5 a game and hitting even 35% that's a win for the halfcourt offence.
        Absolutely, he has to be taking at least that many, and if he's at 40%, it's likely they try to add a couple more attempts for him. If Precious, Pascal, scottie and boucher can increase their collective 3pt %, that would be the shooting boost this team needs. Realistically, Precious and scottie might be the only 2 that can improve from that group and an improvement from both would make a huge difference. I wouldn't bet against pascal, boucher might be what he's always been.

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        • JawsGT wrote: View Post

          Absolutely, he has to be taking at least that many, and if he's at 40%, it's likely they try to add a couple more attempts for him. If Precious, Pascal, scottie and boucher can increase their collective 3pt %, that would be the shooting boost this team needs. Realistically, Precious and scottie might be the only 2 that can improve from that group and an improvement from both would make a huge difference. I wouldn't bet against pascal, boucher might be what he's always been.
          If Fred can stay healthy, whether from increased use of the midrange limiting body blows, or lower minutes, his 3 pt shooting % goes up enough to make a difference. His hip and knee issues destroyed his long-range shooting. If he can resist driving to the bucket for failed layup attempts it wouldn't hurt either since single coverage from rim protectors lead to a lot of blocks with him.

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          • Puffer wrote: View Post

            If Fred can stay healthy, whether from increased use of the midrange limiting body blows, or lower minutes, his 3 pt shooting % goes up enough to make a difference. His hip and knee issues destroyed his long-range shooting. If he can resist driving to the bucket for failed layup attempts it wouldn't hurt either since single coverage from rim protectors lead to a lot of blocks with him.
            I think the minutes load and subsequent injuries ruined Fred's season. I thought he was doing really well early on in the season as a ball handler and driver, even showed some improvement as a playmaker I thought. But his legs couldn't keep up with the demand and he never really recovered from the late injury, and he didn't show so well down the stretch. If he gets back to early season form and can maintain that into the playoffs next season, that will also be a huge boost to this team.

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            • Precious the #3 C in on ball defense.

              https://mobile.twitter.com/The_BBall...EEnSYoC8g&s=19

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