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Q:  I think Kenyon Martin will end up in Boston since they missed out on David West. He fits their rugged, tough-guy culture. He would have been a nice fit here. He can start lots of breaks with his blocks and he runs the floor well. But where do you plug him here? We have Udonis Haslem, Chris Bosh and Shane Battier. -- Julio.
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