Kidd makes up for Martin's weakness
- We have centers who shoot 3s and power forwards who dribble.
So in this often upside down world of the NBA where the 11-26 Cavaliers are leading the league in rebounding while the first-place Sacramento Kings place 20th in that category, we decided to find out who were the most important rebounding guards playing today.
We didn't just add up their numbers and proclaim a winner. Instead, we took the combined totals from each team's starting point guard and shooting guard and then found out how that figured into their team's overall rebounding stats and came out with a percentage.
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