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Jan 7, 2013; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; Utah Jazz center Enes Kanter (0) and Dallas Mavericks center Chris Kaman (35) fight for a rebound during the first half at EnergySolutions Arena. Mandatory Credit: Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports

 

2. Who will lead the Jazz in rebounding this season?

Haslam - Kanter, Rebounding machine and will also make him closer to Hayward in scoring with his put backs.

R. McDermott -   I say Enes Kanter though Favors is in a close second

L. McDermott - Derrick Favors. I see Derrick being a beast on the boards this year. I think both he and Enes will have a lot of offensive rebounds for easy buckets and Enes will be a close second. Those two are going to be rebounding machines.

Newman - I’m going Kanter here again.  We’re going to get equal production from Favors and Kanter on rebounding but Favors has a problem with staying in games at times and so Kanter to me will probably get more minutes then Favors.  Not to mention Kanter can move anyone in the entire league out of the paint at will.

Anderson - Enes Kanter, again. His per-36 stats of 10.4 rebounds is likely a deflated (but still huge) projection of his rebounding prowess.

Powers - Kanter will be huge this year. Kanter is a beast on the boards and could average 10-13 rebounds per game. Favors will also be big on the boards but Kanter is better on the offensive glass and that will be huge for not only Kanter, but for the team in general.

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