Nah..scoring and rebounding in double digits, can't just be pushed aside for some advanced metrics, for a guy playing 20 mins a game professor. Defensive Box Plus Minus is a box score watching stat too dude. It's in the name! It doesn't determine whether a player is a good defender or not. Jokic has had a high DBPM for a couple of seasons,( higher than AD or Embiid)and never made an All Defensive team. The accuracy of that stat varies according to how often a player plays and who he shares the court with. Just like overall plus/minus. So Wood is an overall plus player, but his DBPM is lower. Meaning that while the team may give up more points, they are also scoring more points. It's a pretty meaningless position that you are taking here IMO. Whoopee doo..Gasol had a 3.7DBPM and didn't get a sniff at a defensiv team honorable mention..cause he really couldn't guard a chair. Meanwhile Kobe made two All NBA defensive teams with a -.2 and -.5 DBPM! We are in the weakest part of our schedule, when we've only played 2 poor teams? Portland and Memphis..that's more reaching. Just like this idea, that being undrafted and playing short stints at places before catching on, indicates that the guy is more into his stats is ridiculous. We've already beat that nonsense to death..Bad teams don't equal bad players man. You have to consider the situation involved at these places. Dude didn't play any minutes till Detroit. Blew up to a good contract in Houston, that traded their two best players, and went to Dallas that traded key players for a half season of Kyrie. That ain't this slam dunk that you keep making it out to be. Anywhoo..we'll continue this little discussion as we go along. It will be determined who's going to die on this hill eventually.