#32 wrote:Anybody wanting to get rid of Murphy so far clearly hasn't seen any games this season.
Although Murphy's rebounding numbers are down, the team's rebounding (as a whole) is up... meaning there are more players crashing the glass, which is why Murphy's individual numbers are down.
His shooting has never been better, either. The guy's playing great in Nelly's system.
Correct me if I am wrong, but... Warriors' rebounding is dramatically down. We're negative 8 boards a game this year vs. 2.2 last year.