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Good 5th big. He's sort of a poor man's DeJuan Blair. Rebounding machine, especially on the offensive board. Physical player but his size makes him a defensive liability. Runs the floor well though. He struggled a bit to finish plays inside last season, if he improves that he can become worth of a rotation spot.
Milwaukee can pair one or two of Mbah-a-Moute, Delfino and Ilyasova (all very good role players on very cheap contracts) with Redd's expiring (salary possibly paid by the insurance company till the end of the contract) and fillers like CDR, Gallon or Hobson in a trade. They can build an enticing package.
I REALLY like Brockman. He's like an old school, Dale Davis bruiser. I think he's a bigger pickup than a lot of fans may realize. He's in the mold of a Reggie Evans/Craig Smith type. Dejuan Blair light is a good comparision, cordobes.
You won't see Brockman on any highlight plays, but he'll be the guy who comes in with high energy, lots of hustle and a tough guy style of play that will impact the game. When he's on the floor, you know it. He just got caught up in a numbers game in Sac.
I know he's an obscure player to most, but I've actually been following him. He can be one of those unsung glue guys that help push a team to the next level. Right now, he may get buried in the numbers game, which is really a shame. He would have fit right in with the late 90s knicks teams.
He'd be a great guy to pair with Z or Bosh in Miami or possibly With Dallas in tandem with Dirk or Heywood.
Keep an eye out for the guy if you get a chance to see him play. He'll never be a star, but he has the making of a really solid bench guy.
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