Bigby-Williams has a defensive rating of 93.8 and an effective block percentage of 7.8% on the season, compared to 89.0 and 8.4% for Bell and 91.5 and 11.4% for Boucher. Altman has a type for his big men, and all three fit it. The problem with Bigby-Williams are the balls that balls have a tendency to bounce off rims and hands when he’s in the game offensively. And that was really Bell his first two years of playing too. It’s the way Bell has grown offensively that’s really made him the glue holding Oregon together (and it’s also what made Boucher the sixth man this season).