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Is Bargnani The Worst Rebounding 7 Footer In The History Of The NBA?

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  • Is Bargnani The Worst Rebounding 7 Footer In The History Of The NBA?

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    Query 1946-47 - 2009-10

    All players 6'11" or more
    Total Career Minutes equal to or greater than 8,700
    Career Rebounds per 36 minutes equal to or less than 6.0

    Got one player. Guess who

    Andrea

    Now wait just a minute.

    8700 is too high

    lets lower it to career minutes equal to or greater than 5,000

    That's better, I got two players

    Career Rebounds per 36 minutes

    Bargnani----6.0
    B. Sellers---5.4

    http://www.basketball-reference.com/...l=&order_by=ws

    http://www.basketball-reference.com/...l=&order_by=ws


    So it appears that Bargnani is not the worst rebounding 7 footer in NBA history.

    Thank goodness

    I lowered it even more to career minutes equal to or less than 3,000

    Added one more player

    Jonathan Bender who is listed at only 6'11" has a career rebounding rate per 36 minutes the same as Sellers at 5.4

    http://www.basketball-reference.com/...l=&order_by=ws

    So it looks like Bargnani brings home the bronze in this one

    P.S. lowering the height to 6'10" or greater the count goes up to 13 players in NBA history who have played at least 3,000 career minutes and have averaged fewer rebounds per 36 minutes than Bargnani.

    http://www.basketball-reference.com/...l=&order_by=ws
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