- As a 19-year-old rookie, Biyombo's playing time increased by the month -- from 13.1 minutes in 18 games in January to 31.1 in 16 April tilts -- as he started 41 of Charlotte's final 43 contests. His superior shot blocking skills were on display throughout. He finished the 2011-12 campaign ranked eighth in the NBA averaging 1.83 blocks in only 23.1 minutes per game, including at least two swats in each of his last nine games. Biyombo's raw repertoire on offense limited his effectiveness on that end of the court, but he still managed 7.1 points per game on 47.8 percent from the field over the final month. Along with this undeveloped portion of his game, he could stand to improve his rebounding (5.8 per game) and free-throw percentage (48.3), though his block totals should experience at least a modest bump during his sophomore season.
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