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Who is going to get defensive player of the year award , Gerald Wallace or Ben Wallace. Do you think missing 25 matches would be a hadicap for Gerald or not ? And look those stats of Geralde Wallace how he improved from the last year.

2004 - 2005 11.1 - 5.5 - 1.7 1.3 ( points, reabound,steal and Block )
2005 - 2006 15.0 - 7.3 - 2.5 - 2.1

Or should we consider Geral for MIP of the year ?
 

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don't forget the other Wallace "Da Sheed"!!
 

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Gerald Wallace has really impressed me this season. He hustles his *** off on both ends. I wonder who the last player to average atleast 2 stls + 2 blks for a season is. Probably Hakeem. I don't know about DPOY but he definitely deserves consideration for 2nd Team All Defense.
 
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Gerald Wallace deserves the MIP award. His stats have gone up with slighly more playing time as opposed to Diaw, whose getting twice as much time, and David West, whose getting 16 more minutes then last year. Gerald has been playing just 4 additional minutes and improved his stats hugely.
 

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Gerald's team gives up 102 points per game when he is on the floor. His team usually gives up 101 points per game. So Gerald's team is worse than their average when Gerald is on the floor, which would mean the Bobcats are a statistically better defensive team when Gerald is on the bench.

Ben Wallace gives up 87 pts per game when he is one the floor. The Piston's average is 90, so they are better defensively when he is on the court, rather than when he is not.

Just throwing that out there.
 

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Gerald's team gives up 102 points per game when he is on the floor. His team usually gives up 101 points per game. So Gerald's team is worse than their average when Gerald is on the floor, which would mean the Bobcats are a statistically better defensive team when Gerald is on the bench.

Ben Wallace gives up 87 pts per game when he is one the floor. The Piston's average is 90, so they are better defensively when he is on the court, rather than when he is not.

Just throwing that out there.
Oh, come on now. If you've ever seen Gerald Wallace play or simply look at his defensive numbers, you would never stand by your statement or believe the stats.
 
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