Brandon Bass against the Miami Heat last season.

18pts, 6reb, 9-12 shooting.

From A. Sherrod Blakely:

One of Bass’ key strengths is his mid-range game, which is an improvement over the departing Davis. Bass hit 47% of his shots from 16-23 feet last season, while Davis was far more erratic at 35%. Overall, beyond 10 feet, Bass shot 46.1%.

Jesse Dampolo 12/09/2011 01:00:00 PM Edit
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  1. Jay says:

    hes actually in shape unlike Baby..good move DA

  2. Anonymous says:

    2 6'8" LSU alum changing spots lets just hope one is really better than the other.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I love seeing him finish with two handed dunks rather than double pumping, throwing it up and getting blocked (ahem ahem)!

  4. why dont we go get nelson also is evident they have a connection

  5. jared says:

    we don't need nelson...

    bass could be a good defensive player...

    i hope danny could make a best decision for our team...

    let's get some big man for the paint...

  6. Anonymous says:

    6 rebounds is not enough..


  7. Anonymous says:

    This team needed offense last year, not defense. I approve.

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