2. Horford is an NBA AllStar, and a better all around player who averages 16 and 10 playing out of position. He's a complete center that comes with a midrange game, mobility, strength and athleticism, rebounding, defense and passing. Horford also isn't foul prone and has a high basketball IQ. He rebounds well over taller centers than him.
What Howard did to Horford a few years ago doesn't matter. Horford was a rookie, and Howard is unstoppable.
We don't know if Tyson fits with this team, the season just started. You're too premature.
Here's the list of people to average a 14/10 (slightly rounded up) who didn't shoot like **** under the age of 25 in the 3 pt era:
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That's pretty decent company, especially when you consider Horford is playing out of position.
Chandler's impact is beyond the stats, but so is Horford's.