I'm talking about the person that has their own shots blocked by someone else.

I'll give you a clue: It's the same person that led the league last season.

Here's another clue: This player led the league as a Pacer last year.

It's probably not the person you might be thinking.

One last clue: He currently plays for the Indiana Pacers.

The answer is:

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Jermaine O'Neal

J.O. had his shots blocked 131 times last season. That shocked me because we always complained about Brad Miller getting his shots blocked last season that I thought he led the league. Brad wasn't even in the top ten!

Guess who comes in at a very close second. It's the same guy that was second last year. Shareef Abdur-Rahim.

The top five players are all over 6'9". Why is that? Is it poor shot selection? Is it just because they take more shots close to the basket? What is it?