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    Even with our big front line....

    We are second to LAST in defensive rebounding. That is very pathetic and we should be wayyyy better but after all..... WE ARE JAZZ!


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    Paul
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    Mo < Devin
    Foye << Josh

    All down.
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    There's a thing called boxing out that our bigs just don't understand how to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xsy View Post
    There's a thing called boxing out that our bigs just don't understand how to do.
    It's not our bigs at all (even though Favors and Kanter aren't defensive rebounding as well as they could). It's the guards and surprisingly even our small forwards. I've said this before, but Kevin Pelton has said that our backcourt of Foye and Mo is a historically bad rebounding backcourt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJAS View Post
    It's not our bigs at all (even though Favors and Kanter aren't defensive rebounding as well as they could). It's the guards and surprisingly even our small forwards. I've said this before, but Kevin Pelton has said that our backcourt of Foye and Mo is a historically bad rebounding backcourt.
    from what i have seen, burks would help in this department.

    If you watch his highlight reel from last year it is amazing how many rebounds are on there... (although they are all offensive rebounds, but still)

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    Al and Millsap are not what you'd call a big front line.
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    We run fast breaks this season which means at least one big and one wing don't go after rebound but run.

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