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    Awesome article about the Bench

    http://clnsradio.com/2013/01/15/bost...t-it-would-be/

    Really solid read about how well the bench has been since Bradley's return.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superdude View Post
    http://clnsradio.com/2013/01/15/bost...t-it-would-be/

    Really solid read about how well the bench has been since Bradley's return.
    Nice to see the statistics are supporting what were seeing, the second unit and team as a whole is starting to gel, i still think were a piece short but that piece may end up being sullenger and us not even knowing it. Thats the one thing i focused on from this article, we need to get this guy more minutes, i know doc hates rookies in the rotation for the most part but boost this mans minutes, hes a rebounder on a team that cant rebound, if were not going to make a deal , his value cant be understated for this team moving forward

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    Thanks for posting the link.

    I want to take nothing away from the author for it's clear he did his research and has written clearly in making his point. His point being when the bench is matched up against other teams benches they fare very well. To me he is stating the obvious -> Terry, Lee and Sullinger all struggled more as starters than they do as bench players. Presents it well.
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    Sully is our best rebounder.

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    Sullinger has to stop fouling himself out of minutes in order to stay on the court more.
    Chris Mannix ‏@ChrisMannixSI 14m  More
    SI: Statistics suggest Joel Embiid will fully recover from foot surgery. But it could be 9-12 months before he plays http://bit.ly/1qwZuIB

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    good point the fouls are probably limiting his minutes more then anything

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    Nice to see the group starting to gel. On good nights this bench could probably challenge the starting lineups of some teams.
    The name is Amendola....

    ...Danny Amendola

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    if firing on all cylinders do you take our bench or the clips? is it even close , im not so sure haha

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    Clips no question.

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    No question? I disagree. Both benches are quite good.

    Bledsoe / Billups
    Crawford / Billups
    Barnes
    Odom
    Turiaf

    Terry / Barbosa
    Lee / Barbosa
    Green
    Sully
    Wilcox

    Bledsoe is very good, and a far better backup PG than what we have, but Terry, Lee, and Barbosa are also a damn good backup guard rotation. Green is better than Barnes, Odom is trash, and I'd take a healthy Wilcox over Turiaf.

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