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Thread: Is DeRozan's Defense Worse than Bargnani's?

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    Quote Pizzaman;59712[COLOR="Red" wrote:
    ]buddahfan another post that does not really need much thinking for an answer..[/COLOR].You just have to wake up for a split second to realize that DeRozan's everything is worse than Bargnani's, including his girlfriend. Bargnani is way better at all aspects of the game.
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    Well I mostly played SF which required chasing guys and fighting for rebounds. I'd rather chase people off screens any day of the week. I did not play at a D1 or NBA level so it is what it is though.

    About the center position, I think it's only fair to have to introduce some PFs. With SGs you can also add some PGs. SFs can play both but also lean to SG. I think the C/PF group is tougher to defend though. Nothing wrong with some disagreement. We are on a forum.

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    Well, first of all, you'd have to throw in SFs, too, which changes the balance considerably. And since Bargnani is usually asked to defend the lesser big man, he doesn't usually defend those elite level player. Playing New York, he's usually put on guys like Mosgov, not Amare. DeRozen doesn't usually have the luxury of defending the weaker front court player, especially with Kleiza on the floor.
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