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1536Re: Rebound Effect

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  • monepeterson
    Nov 30, 2002
      > To try to get some idea, I took a look at players' rebound rates
      > , with, and post-Wallace on Detroit and Orlando:
      > Corliss Williamson:
      > pre (2000-01 w/Toronto): 8.29 rp48
      > with (2000-01 w/Detroit): 10.08 rp48
      > Well, that's strange. A major boost.

      I gotta think that these results (and some of your other ones) are
      affected by the number of rebounds available on each team. Perhaps
      they're moving to a situation where more rebounds are available?

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