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“Remains one of league's finest in rebounding and shot-blocking in first year as a Clipper.”
“Warriors enjoy the soul Turiaf adds to their lineup, not to mention the uncanny shot-blocking ability, but the knack for key rebounds or free throws have elevated his game.”
“Outlook: If freshman F Renardo Sidney has his eligibility issues cleared up, Bulldogs could have one of the most formidable frontlines in the nation, with the return of shot-blocking standout Jarvis Varnado and arrival of freshman C John Riek.”
“The Lakers, ripped for being soft in the middle and weak of heart, took control in the second half by taking it hard to the basket — and dunking over Andersen, Denver's shot-blocking phenomenon.”
“Despite making some defensive strides, Florida still lacks a shot-blocking presence at the rim.”
“KEY RETURNEES: F Sam Muldrow is the top returning scorer (10.4) and rebounder (6.2) in addition to being a shot-blocking threat inside.”
“Mr. Eaton, the former Jazz standout who holds numerous shot-blocking records and averaged just six points per game, making him in some ways the epitome of the traditional center, said that the big man is still the most important piece during the playoffs.”
“That's a far cry from when 7-foot-4 shot-blocking specialist Mark Eaton would see a different offensively-limited, 7-foot enforcer every night during his career in the 1980s and 1990s.”
“He has also ably filled the shot-blocking role played by former Seminole Solomon Alabi, who batted away 71 shots last season.”
“THE GOOD NEWS: Center David Foster and his fabulous shot-blocking returns.”
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