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    Default Re: Pacers/San Antonio postgame thread.

    I would love to see Plumlee to turn out something like Jeff Foster.

    What some people don't realize is that Foster was a lot more than just rebounding. He was tough. He was very bright. He always knew where to be on the floor. He was spirited with his teammates, yelling at them, showing leadership, when necessary. He had good hands and was nifty at getting loose balls.

    Plumlee might be a good leaper who has had a bit of success at getting offensive boards. But becoming Foster-esque will require many other skills.
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