I think the athletic decline is pretty obvious in the stats though. Al is straight up one of the worst roll men in the NBA. Hall of fame how we looking shirt don’t care if he rolls as he’s not athletic enough to catch lobs. He can do a little damage with his passing on the short roll, but he’s not a finisher anymore. The bright side? Tristan Thompson was even fucking worse last season. TT had an embarrassing .91 PPP good for the 17th percentile as a roll man last year (Rob was 1.23/73.9 for reference, he good). So Al may not be a roll threat, but he’s somehow still an improvement on TT in that aspect. Even still, Al is just not good from inside the arc anymore, or at least he wasn’t last year. Even with his solid 3pt % on good volume, his TS% leaves a lot to be desired. I expect Al to be even more of a spot up guy this year, and given the gravity of Tatum and Brown, he may well see an uptick in efficiency.
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The Rebound percentage makes it pretty clear he’s not the same guy either. Al has never been good on the glass, and last year was no exception. The bright Hall of fame how we looking shirt? He had a better Reb% than Daniel Theis. The downside? He was much, much worse than Rob (18.4%) and TT (16.7%). When we play Al, we will need the team to focus on the glass, or it could get ugly. Al also is having a lot of trouble defending the roll man in pick and rolls. He is the 39th percentile of defenders against the roll man. That’s not good, I anticipate we will face a lot of pick and roll next year (hot take), but it’s also not “compromise the defense bad.” All told, I think Al has a chance to be a really nice piece for us, especially on the offensive side of the ball. I don’t think he will be a plus defender next year, but I do expect him to be better than TT, and that alone makes me hopeful.
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