By Jose Grijalva, Project Spurs.com
Aron Baynes made his real debut playing extended minutes last night for the San Antonio Spurs against the Charlotte Bobcats.While his stat line may not look too impressive and he left some fans disappointed in the first half with his inconsistent performance, he provided some flashes of what he can bring during the second half and gave some optimism to Spurs fans.
The newly signed Aussie big man wasn't the fastest player on the court nor was he used to pick-and-rolls with the Spurs facilitators just yet, but he showed his strength and awareness on the court with his quick feet and decision making.
He had a strong dunk with 5:38 left in the third quarter, one that signaled that Baynes may not be messed with by an opposing player once he decides to go strong to the rim. That's a characteristic the Spurs haven't had from a player in years.
The most positive attributes Baynes showed flashes of were his defense and his shot blocking.
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