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What goes unnoticed behind Aron Baynes’ dunked-on moments

Aron Baynes may hate being put on a poster every other game, but he almost certainly hates losing more. Game after game, Baynes continues to challenge guys at the rim to help his teams chances of winning, despite the risk of internet humiliation.

What goes unnoticed behind Aron Baynes' dunked on poster moments

Finally something written that recognises what Baynes does in trying to protect the rim at all cost.

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Great article. I hate how he cops it so much online for always being on posters. When in reality he puts his body on the line regularly to make great defensive plays that go unnoticed compared to the highlight dunks on him.

Real Aussie attitude about it, play hard and do what you can for the team without caring that you'll occasionally look like a fool for trying.

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