^^^ Especially when you are paying the guy 9 million a season and 13 or 14 !!!
And how exactly can you say he's an average rebounder for a PF? He's not even close. Among the 87 players, 6'9 and taller, that played at least 20 mpg, Bargnani was 82nd in total rebounding percentage. Or are you talking about big men who shoot outside? Like Kevin Love, who took close to the same number of 3s as Bargnani, yet lead the league in rebounding. Or Charlie Villanueva, who actually takes more 3s than Bargnani and even fewer inside shots, yet is 67th. Or Channing Frye, who is actually a still higher 63rd. In fact, the only players that are in the same range as Bargnani are SFs who have been played out of position, until recently, like Jeff Green and Rashard Lewis. In fact Bargnani has 12 SFs who rebound at a better rate than he does. Either way you look at it, to call Bargnani an average rebounder is ridiculous.
How are some people still so clueless (Raptor4Ever) as to maintain that Bargnani is an average rebounder, efficient scorer or good passer? Your argument was dead long ago and is supported by absolutely nothing, so give it a rest. And just in case you were thinking about it, no, you can't point out one or two nice passes he's made over his career, disregard his below average assist rate and high volume chucking, and call him a good passer.
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