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Brandan Wright has found himself battling to stay in the rotation this season.
Wright started the year as the team's starting center, and even kept the job when Chris Kaman returned from injury.
However, Wright then lost his position because of a lack of rebounding, and he struggled to find the court at all once he was dropped from the starting lineup.
As the team began to deal with injuries, and Wright began to play better he has now reemerged, for now, in the Dallas rotation.
When he has seen the court, Wright has played well offensively.
He scored in double figures the first four games of the season and scored a season-high 16 against the Suns earlier this month. He is also shooting nearly 63 percent from the field and is growing into his body this year. Wright has shown a much better ability to finish around the rim than in previous seasons.
However, Wright continues to be somewhat of a liability defensively, and on the glass despite his 6'10'' frame.
It will be up to Rick Carlisle if he can deal with Wright's lack of rebounding intensity as the season continues, or if he will fall out of the rotation once again.