Originally Posted by jeffb
For sure? Really? For his career he's a better rebounder and defender then Bargnani
and he's 3'' shorter, 20lbs lighter. And this season he had a bit of an off season because imo he doesn't fit in boston (averaged 16ppg in OKC this season) yet his FG% is about the same as Bargnani's. If you're gonna base how good Green is on his short time with Boston then i have to shake my head.
Bargnani has true position, its PF, but he is forced to play C.
While Green doesn't even have true position. He has no SF foot speed, and has no strength or post game to be PF...
Oh and yes, Bargnani
is 4'' taller and thats a big deal...
Not saying Bargnani
is better, but he is not worse