Something occurred to me last night. McGee and Blatche are rarely ever in rebounding position when the shot goes up. I'm going to ask you guys to chip in on why that is on the defensive end (aside from chasing shotblocks)...
But on the other side of the ball, Blatche is almost always on the perimeter/wing, and McGee is typically working the elbows. That means one of three things:
1. They're not where they're supposed to be on the floor. Which seems unlikely, unless you embrace the notion of full on rebellion and think that the coaches would allow them to stay in the game...
2. If they are in the correct position on the floor, then perhaps our coaching staff needs to adjust its schemes if offensive rebounding is indeed a priority?
3. They're not anticipating when the shot will go up, in order to give them that split second head start into rebounding position.
What do you guys think? Is there any other explanation (besides the obvious ones like bulk, desire, etc.) that makes sense?
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