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A Few Rookie Stat/Team Projections

Bored out of my wits with the NBA Season still a while away and have been thinking allot about how the new rookies would do in terms of stats and who would make the 1st and 2nd Rookie teams plus ROY.

Here are a few Rookies/Stats projections that i've come up with:

Ben McLemore - 25mpg - 14.9PPG/5.2RPG/0.9APG

KCP - 21mpg - 12.2PPG/6.3RPG/1.2APG

Shabazz - 17mpg - 13PPG/4.2RPG/0.2APG

Kelly Olynyk - 24mpg - 11.5PPG/7.9RPG/0.8APG/0.7BPG

Cody Zeller - 20mpg - 10.1PPG/8.2RPG/1APG/0.9BPG

Steven Adams - 14.3mpg- 6.8PPG/6.9RPG/0.5APG/1.5BPG

Trey Burke - 24mpg - 10.8PPG/4.4RPG/7.8APG

MCW - 19.3mpg - 7.6PPG/4.8RPG/5.5APG

Tony Mitchell - 11mpg - 6.8PPG/6.6RPG/0.9APG

Anthony Bennett - 25mpg - 14.7PPG/6.9RPG/0.7APG/1.1BPG

Victor Oladipo (ROY) - 24.3mpg - 15.7PPG/ 6.6RPG/1.9APG

Otto Porter - 21mpg - 11.9PPG/6.1RPG/3.1APG

This is just a shortlist of what i could come up with at this point in time!
And as you could see, Oladipo takes out ROY.

Here are my Rookie 1st and 2nd teams:

1st Team:

G: CJ McCollum
G: Victor Oladipo
F: Otto Porter
F:Anthony Bennett
C: Kelly Olynyk

2nd Team:

G:Trey Burke
G:Ben McLemore
F: Shabazz Muhammad
F: Cody Zeller
C: Alex Len

Let me know what you guys think of my predictions and post yours! And remember, these are only predictions so don't get too nasty on me.


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Those are some really high

Those are some really high per 36 PPG stats. For example McLemore would average 21.6 PPG per 36 with your stats.

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I could quite honestly say

I could quite honestly say if McLemore played 36 minutes of the same effiency as he would play 20 minutes, he could put up 21.6ppg.

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Your rebound averages are way

Your rebound averages are way too high for every rookie. You actually have Tony Mitchell averaging 6.8 and 6.6 in 11 minutes.. think about how illogical that is, that would mean he'd have a Per 36 of 22.2 PPG and 21.6 RPG..

You have MCW averaging nearly a Triple Double per 36.

You have Shabazz averaging 13 PPG in 17 minutes, double that and he's averaging a 26 PPG in 34 MPG.

You have Burke (more known for scoring) averaging around 11.7 assists per 36.

You have Steven Adams also averaging 20 and 20 per 36 while also a Per 36 in blocks that would lead the league.

Oladipo would be averaging 23.2 PPG, 9.8 RPG, and 3 APG per 36

I could do this for like every player and show how illogical and ludicrous each of these predictions are. I know Per 36 doesn't always mean a lot, but these are crazy averages and if they were actually capable of these, they wouldn't play so little.

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Yeah thats fair enough

Yeah that's fair enough.

Didn't really put much thought into it all, just took some numbers off the top of my head that i thought they were capable of putting up this season, then put the minutes i'd think they'd play. Never really thought about the Per 36 haha.

Sorry guys!

But cheers for the feedback

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Anthony Bennett: 12,3 ppg 6,1

Anthony Bennett: 12,3 ppg 6,1 rpg 1 apg 0,6 spg 1 bpg in 25-28 mpg

Victor Oladipo: 9,5 ppg 4,8 rpg 2,5 apg 1,6 spg 0,6 bpg in 32 mpg

Otto Porter: 11 ppg 6,5 rpg 1,8 apg 1,2 spg 1 bpg in 32-35 mpg

Cody Zeller: 15,3 ppg 7,8 rpg 1,2 apg 1 spg 1 bpg in 34 mpg

Alex Len: 5,6 ppg 4,8 rpg 0,4 apg 0,2 spg 0,8 bpg in 16-18 mpg

Nerlens Noel: 9,3 ppg 8,5 rpg 1,6 apg 1,5 spg 2,4 bpg in 26-30 mpg in 50 games aprox.

Ben Mclemore: 14 ppg 4 rpg 1,2 apg 0,8 spg 0,5 bpg in 31 mpg

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope: 8,1 ppg 3,5 rpg 1 apg 0,8 spg 0,3 bpg in 21 mpg

Trey Burke: 10,1 ppg 2,8 rpg 5,1 apg 1 spg 0,2 bpg in 32-34 mpg with 38-40 fg%

C.J. McCollum: 10,6 ppg 3,1 rpg 2,1 apg 1 spg 0,2 bpg in 25 mpg

Michael Carter-Williams: 11,2 ppg 4,5 rpg 6,2 apg 1,6 spg 0,5 bpg in 35 mpg

Steven Adams: 4,5 ppg 4 rpg 0,3 apg 0,3 spg 1,2 bpg in 12-15 mpg

Kelly Olynyk: 12,8 ppg 6,5 rpg 1,5 apg 0,8 spg 0,8 bpg in 26-28 mpg

Shabazz Muhammad: 9,1 ppg 3,5 rpg 0,6 apg 0,6 spg 0,2 bpg in 22-24 mpg

Giannis Adetokunpo: 6,5 ppg 4,1 rpg 1,4 apg 1 spg 1 bpg in 25 mpg

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I think most everyone posting

I think most everyone posting are thinking these rookies are going to produce much higher than they actually will, most of the time rookies take time to adjust before they produce the numbers some are thinking they will. I'm sure there will be some surprises.
My top 3 rookies IMO will be Zeller, Olynyk, and Oladiipo. Hoping Burke can produce, the Jazz will need him to.

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Yeah, last year there were 6

Yeah, last year there were 6 rookies that scored over 9 ppg, there were 10, though, in 11-12.

Really Strong classes like 2008 had 13 ( all over 10 ppg ) but 2003 only had 6 despite being regarded as the best class of the decade.

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I copied franfran's post and

I copied franfran's post and changed the numbers a little thus Alex Len's and Anthony Bennet's I left the same.

Anthony Bennett: 12,3 ppg 6,1 rpg 1 apg 0,6 spg 1 bpg in 25-28 mpg

Victor Oladipo: 11,0 ppg 4,8 rpg 3,5 apg 1,8 spg 0,5 bpg in 32 mpg

Otto Porter: 7.4 ppg 4,4 rpg 1,8 apg 1,1 spg 0.5 bpg in 22-25 mpg

Cody Zeller: 14,0 ppg 7,4 rpg 1,6 apg 0.8 spg 1 bpg in 31-33 mpg

Alex Len: 5,6 ppg 4,8 rpg 0,4 apg 0,2 spg 0,8 bpg in 16-18 mpg

Nerlens Noel: 7,3 ppg 7,5 rpg 1,0 apg 1,0 spg 1,9 bpg in 22-25 mpg in 50 games aprox.

Ben Mclemore: 16.5 ppg 4 rpg 1,6 apg 0,7 spg 0,4 bpg in 31-34 mpg

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope: 8,1 ppg 3,1 rpg 1 apg 0,8 spg 0,2 bpg in 21 mpg

Trey Burke: 11,6 ppg 2,8 rpg 5,1 apg 1,2 spg 0,2 bpg in 32-34 mpg with 38-40 fg%

C.J. McCollum: 10,6 ppg 3,1 rpg 2,5 apg 1 spg 0,2 bpg in 22-25 mpg

Michael Carter-Williams: 11,5 ppg 4,5 rpg 6,6 apg 1,6 spg 0,4 bpg in 35 mpg

Steven Adams: 4,5 ppg 4,5 rpg 0,3 apg 0,3 spg 1,2 bpg in 12-15 mpg

Kelly Olynyk: 12,8 ppg 6,8 rpg 1,9 apg 0,8 spg 0,8 bpg in 28-31 mpg

Shabazz Muhammad: 9,4 ppg 3,5 rpg 0,6 apg 0,6 spg 0,2 bpg in 22-24 mpg

Giannis Adetokunpo: 5,4 ppg 3,8 rpg 1,7 apg 0.7 spg 0.7 bpg in 15-18 mpg

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Cody Zeller is in a great

Cody Zeller is in a great spot to do well. Teamed with Al Jefferson up front and they also have Biyombo. You can put either guy with Zeller. He might be the most efficient and effective rookie, if not the rookie with the best raw stats.

I think that Shabazz "Room Service" Muhammed is now in a good position to, umm, score on a solid, exciting young team.

Those two along with Oladipo are my top three ROY contenders.

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