There are 48 minutes in a basketball game. At the power forward and center spot, thus, there are a grand total of 96 available minutes to dole out on any given, non-overtime, game. Outside of what Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap average, there is only about 26.4 mpg left for everyone else. I think we're on a similar train of thought that he should get a lot of that (especially with Mehmet Okur our) in order the hasten his development. We'll talk about how much later. But where do you want to see him play: Center or Power Forward?
Where do we play him?
Almost all of his playing time should be at center (80+%) (22 votes)
Most of his playing time should be at center (60-79%) (33 votes)
It should be about even between center and power forward (106 votes)
Most of his playing time should be at power forward (60-79%) (115 votes)
Almost all of his playing time should be at power forward (80+%) (72 votes)
It doesn't matter, just get him on the court for more than 15.5 mpg (cop out answer) (46 votes)
If Jerry Sloan and Jarron Collins were here we know who'd get playing time . . . not Favors (25 votes)
419 total votes