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Yep, AD is awesome.
Bradford Doolittle offers this week's Big Man Barometer, ranking the NBA's top power forwards and centers. Anthony Davis tops the rankings while Jason Smith and Chris Bosh climb into the top 10.
"1. Anthony Davis | New Orleans Hornets | .873
Before Davis was clocked in the head by teammate Austin Rivers last week, he had played six quarters about as well as any rookie has played out of the gate in recent memory. Yesterday, I jumped on board with those suggesting that Davis will spend plenty of time on the wing this season in order to speed up the development of his offensive game. It's already happened to a certain extent, which I wasn't aware of until I ran the play-by-play data. According to my true position system, Davis has played 8.8 of his 43.5 minutes at small forward.
2. Dwight Howard | Los Angeles Lakers |.834
Since we're only looking at the seven-day period ending Tuesday, this doesn't include Howard's season opener, when he went 3-for-14 from the floor. Last week, he averaged 24.7 points in three games and made almost two-thirds of his free throws.
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Good link and ill keep following it. Thanks
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