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This is great stuff. I have a few questions though. One of the big problems with Chandler switching onto a player on the perimeter is that this gets him away from the paint. Early in the season in particular, it seemed that fairly often, Chandler would get stuck out on the perimeter as the ball worked its way inside to a big man who feasted inside with Chandler nowhere near, or Chandler's man would shoot from the perimeter, but with Chandler outside and Amare a fairly weak rebounder, the opposition would secure the offensive rebound. Have you noticed this? And has it in fact happened less as the season has gone on? And if so, does this have anything to do with the way Chandler is dealing with being on the perimeter? Or are they switching less? If you could shed any light on this, that would be really interesting. Otherwise though, again, this is a great piece, so thanks for your work.
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