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I'd love for it to be Tyler Hansbrough, but that doesn't seem very likely. I'm going to go with Paul George. In any case, it's more important for Paul to improve than Tyler.
Don't underestimate what an improved Hansbrough could do for this team. Not having a post player who could consistently score off the bench was the biggest problem with the bench last season, and if Tyler was able to score consistently we would have had as good of a bench as everyone thought we did going into the season. With that kind of a bench we most likely would have been competing for the number 1 or 2 seed instead of striving for the number 3.