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EricaLubarsky
07-28-2004, 04:34 AM
Zendon Hamilton- 0.30932
Marc Jackson- 0.21070
Amal McCaskill- 0.20911
Samuel Dalembert- 0.28480
Chris Wilcox- 0.22761
Zydrunas Ilgauskas- 0.25781
Steven Hunter- 0.21546
DeSagana Diop- 0.27260
Erick Dampier- 0.36912
Theo Ratliff- 0.23048
Lorenzen Wright- 0.2658
Nazr Mohammed- 0.29422
Tyson Chandler- 0.2452
Brendan Haywood- 0.26078
Chris Mihm- 0.31052
Eddy Curry- 0.20937
Jamal Magloire- 0.305
Kelvin Cato- 0.2708
Danny Fortson- .4000
Shawn Bradley- 0.2238
Raef Lafrentz- 0.20484 (in Dallas season before last)
Shaquille O’neal- 0.3121

Christian Laettner- 0.23577 (from forward and center)
Dirk Nowitzki- 0.22984 (from forward and center)
Antoine Walker- 0.2408 (from forward and center)
Antawn Jamison- .21885 (from forward)
Calvin Booth- 0.23217


All are per minute so multiply by 48 for the rebounds per 48. I'm sorry- I got lazy. I also didnt check the qualifications on the minutes/rebounds.

DevinHarriswillstart
07-28-2004, 05:59 PM
So essentially, based on those stats, Booth is a better rebounder then Raef and Bradley?

grndmstr_c
07-28-2004, 06:05 PM
These are just last year's stats, right EL?

As for Booth, yeah, he's better than Raef. Bradley's career numbers are better than Booth's though (as well as being considerably better than his own numbers for last year).

mavsman55
07-28-2004, 07:24 PM
This is almost believable, until it says that Walker is the best rebounder on our team. Perhaps there is a more accurate way of determining rebounding talent...

EricaLubarsky
07-28-2004, 08:27 PM
Originally posted by: mavsman55
This is almost believable, until it says that Walker is the best rebounder on our team. Perhaps there is a more accurate way of determining rebounding talent...

before we traded Fortson, he was by far the most able rebounder.

EricaLubarsky
07-28-2004, 08:27 PM
Originally posted by: grndmstr_c
These are just last year's stats, right EL?

As for Booth, yeah, he's better than Raef. Bradley's career numbers are better than Booth's though (as well as being considerably better than his own numbers for last year).

just 2003-2004 unless mentioned otherwise