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Tuesday, November 16, 2004
 
Rebounding Review
Another post similar to yesterday, but this time we're looking at the Big Ten's best returning rebounders (based on rate, not totals).


2003-04 Rebounds/40 min Leaders (Among Returners)
Player TeamMinRebReb/40
Pat Ewing Jr.Ind33110212.33
Greg BrunnerIowa83623911.44
James AugustineIll90424210.71
Brent PetwayMich44611210.04
Terence DialsOSU8031989.86
J.C. MathisMich4071009.83
Aaron JohnsonPSU6101499.77
Zach MorleyWisc8101869.19
Jeff HagenMinn4491029.09
Chris HunterMich332748.92
Paul DavisMSU8471878.83
Courtney SimsMich7501618.59
Mike WilkinsonWisc10422198.41
Graham BrownMich6731398.26
Brian RandleIll354738.25
Roderick WilmontInd330688.24
Nick SmithIll5521077.75
Sean KlineInd468897.61
Ricardo BillingsOSU459867.49
Roger Powell JrIll8561607.48


Quick Notes
- Can Pat Ewing Jr. get some playing time? He led all conference returners in rebounds and steals (by a wide margin), and he was near the top in blocks as well (again, all these stats are measured per 40/minutes). I'll admit that I didn't get to see him play last year, so feel free to tell me that he doesn't deserve more than 12 minutes a game.

* * * Update * * *
File this under "Exhibition games don't really matter, but. . ."
- Through Indiana's first two games, Pat Ewing Jr. has 18 rebounds in 37 minutes (or 19.46 reb/40 min). Not too shabby. He also scored 30 points in that time, for a crazy 32.43 pts/40 min.

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