Posted by carson333 on 12/12/2013 10:51:00 PM (view original):
Posted by backboy13 on 12/12/2013 10:38:00 PM (view original):The rebounding is the problem I have with player A. I don't have that great of rebounding PFs or Cs, but my SFs are really good. How important of a roll do BH and P have for a PF in D2?
Player A is better by a wide margin, although you won't be able to use him at center and will only be able to use him at PF if you don't value rebounding that much or have great rebounding elsewhere. He has a chance to become a very good scorer, and while Player B isn't horrible, his ATH won't cut it at the D2 level.
It all depends on preference, and to a lesser degree, what offense you run. For some people, it doesn't matter at all, although I'd say having BH and P in at least the 30s is helpful for avoiding turnovers at the PF spot.
If you have a guy with high BH, it could help out with his scoring, and high P creates better looks for teammates.
Personally, I look at other things first (ATH, DEF, REB, LP), and if a guy who meets all of my standards there has high BH/P, all the better, but it's not my priority.