What I'm simply saying is that Bargnani, on a 2 of 19 shooting night, never thought to try to draw some contact and get to the line. He attempted a single (1) free throw. If you go into the record books, there are plenty of guys (50+) who have shot 2 of 19 in a game or worse over NBA history, but Bargnani is dead last in points scored. The reason being that every other one of those fellows who had a poor shooting night found other ways to put up points.
I don't understand, regardless of where he's positioned, how a guy can be a focal point of the offense and not draw contact while shooting. That's really what it comes down to for me -- whether you believe it's not as free-flowing as I think it is is beside the point.
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