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    More high scoring games with the new handcheck rules

    Watching a few games this year already there is going to be more scoring in games this year unlike last year as it's going to be more free flowing type of games as now handchecks are fouls...



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    Re: More high scoring games with the new handcheck rules

    Good.



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    Re: More high scoring games with the new handcheck rules

    I can't imagine how good Clyburn would look this year with these rules. Huge premium on tall athletic guys that can get to the rim. Nader should benefit. McKay as well. But the teams like the 4 that played last night reap the biggest benefit as these uber-talented kids will get to do what they do best. Score. Have to rebound to be successful.



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