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Perriman low stats last season had more to do with the emergence of CG12 and less to do with his inefficiency. When BP got his opportunities he played well. Even as the number 2 his numbers jumped up.

If we had kept hump, where would he have played?

BA likes bigger guys in the slot. Hump stats and targets would have been super low. Hence why they let him go. Bruce said CG would catch 100 balls most from the slot. Not sure hump could have had that huge impact from the sideline.

The pictures you paint don’t look at all the working components. Hyper focused stats are for losers.