Nivek wrote:1) Position designations at 82games aren't good. They're not based on actual intel on the team's rotation, but rather on height.
2) Even if the position designation is correct, the sample size is small -- about 190 minutes.
3) Even if the position designation is correct and we ignore the small sample size, the difference is almost exclusively in FG%. (He also got an additional rebound per 48 minutes.)
I'm not poo-pooing the idea of Seraphin playing some at PF. But those numbers don't really offer much support for the idea.
Thanks. I have my mind made up but it's nice to be informed. So those stats mean diddly poo! Thank goodness for intelligent, rational, fact-based folks like Nivek to balance us intuitive folk.
To me, the Wizards were dumb not to try McGee with Seraphin and they should be looking at Alex Len or even Jeff Withey at C to play next to Seraphin. Kevin is best at PF. He's Antoine Carr/Ben Coleman but bigger and more agile than either player.
I don't know why but to me it should be intuitively obvious to others that Kevin Seraphin would be a beast at PF.