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The Dream Shake Dec 6, 2022
Sengun, Fernando, Garuba: A tale of three centers

Sengun, Fernando, Garuba: A tale of three centers

Who should be the Houston Rockets’ center of attention? | David Richard-USA TODAY Sports The Rockets feature three bigs with wildly disparate skill sets. Which one is their best? Recently, I saw someone on Rockets Twitter suggest that the team’s center trio of Alperen Sengun, Usman Garuba and Bruno Fernando were like the three options at the beginning of Pokemon. I can’t remember who said it. If it was you, send me the Tweet, and I’ll come back here and embed it. Provided that Twitter still exists by the time this is published, of course. The analogy is apt....
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Is Usman Garuba the perfect modern five?

Is Usman Garuba the perfect modern five?

Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports The league is trending towards bigs who can switch. Garuba will guard anybody. This piece will not advocate for starting Usman Garuba at the five for the rest of 2022-2023. It’s tempted to. At the same time, its author is well aware that he just published a piece claiming a religious conversion to the Rockets’ current starting big man. Besides, this Houston Rockets offense still looks like a diaper factory dumpster fire when it doesn’t run through Alperen Sengun. At the same time, if you’ve been watching the Rockets lately, you...

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