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02-11-2013, 07:04 PM
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Originally Posted by TennisMenace View Post
This is primarily a big mans sport and bigger men can win the battles along the boards and in front of the net easier.
I understand why size is an advantage for one player. A small player is clearly at a disadvantage and has to find other ways to win battles, therefore you're right that it's generally "a big man's sport." But how does that disadvantage for one individual center become a greater problem when a team has two of them? Or to put it another way, why would carrying one undersized center be ok, but two is too many?

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