Well now Boogie has struggled in two straight games, first against the Bogut-Lee frontcourt and now the Horford-Millsap duo dominated with over 25 each. Big Cus got into foul trouble in both games and was losing composure. Most media will be quick to point the finger at Boogie, but consider he is essentially going two-on-one against near elite frontcourts. With Landry injured, the power forward duties fall to either Patterson or Thompson. Boogie and JT dont play well together, and while Patterson has good chemistry and spacing for Boogie, he doesn't battle down low with Cus. Landry was signed to a four-year contract to be Cousin's running mate, another low post scorer, solid rebounder, level headed, and puts in effort down low. Until Landry comes back the Kings will continue to be dominated down low against teams with two all-star caliber front courts, Boogiw will struggle and likely be in foul trouble. Against smaller, less interior focused teams(Nuggets, Clips) he should be putting up 25-15, but when he's rebounding and battling alone down low with not one but two high level players that production should not be expected.