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Kenneth Faried is a rebounding demon, and there is no way around it.
He averaged 15 rebounds per game this past season for mid-major Morehead State and lead them to a first-round upset in the NCAA tournament.
He nearly even broke Tim Duncan's teenage-old record for most double-doubles in a collegiate career.
In addition, he's a great defensive player, and his overall skill set have draft experts salivating and comparing him to that of a Hall of Famer—Dennis Rodman.
It's hard to point out weaknesses in a guy whose game is so obviously pointed out, but if we want to be picky we can say that he has terrible size. At the same time though, can't we say he's good for his size?
Seriously though, he doesn't have a shot at all and that might cause some concern for certain teams.
Why He's a Good Fit:
The New York Knicks are in need of a defense-orientated center. Unfortunately, the only guy that fits the bill entirely (Bismack Biyombo) has already been taken, so the Knickerbockers will naturally take Faried. He is a good defensive player that certainly rebounds extraordinarily, so he's as close as you can get.
Faried will be a good fit in the Big Apple, mainly because his rebounding will definitely help the frontcourt, namely Amar'e Stoudemire, who isn't exactly Wilt Chamberlain when it comes to crashing the boards.