Lottery picks drafted with the lowest stat percentages
I just seen Chris Walker's stats come across the screen during this UF vs UK game. Many view him as a first rounder but after seeing his stats come on the screen it left me to ask...
Which players drafted in the Lottery had the lowest stat percentage for each category?
Haha! You are absolutely right, although I am aiming for those who actually played.
I'm sure Saer Sene had pretty poor stats wherever he played.
I'm not saying the player has to have the lowest all around. I want to identify the players who are the lowest per stat.
I don't know who's projecting Chris Walker as a lottery pick anymore. Out of all prospects this year I really hope he comes back next year and I'm the furthest thing from a Florida fan.
The topic has nothing to do with Walker becoming a Lottery pick. I used him as a reference because of his stats.
Steven Adams only averaged 7pts and 6rebs in his one year at Pitt.
The anti- John Stockton, Yinka Dare, tallied 18 assists in two years of college. His .5 average his sophomore year is bad, but among big men other guys may have hit below that mark.
Steve Nash also didn't block a shot his senior year in college, so his blocks per game average was 0.0 his draft season.
Not the worst, but Daniel Orton averaged 3.4ppg 3.3rpg 0.4apg in 13.2mpg and was a first round pick, in fairness Cousins was in front of him.
Orton was not a Lottery pick. I asked for lottery guys specifically to make the "trivia" an easier finding.
This one is a bit tough. Even Erick Dampier put up good college stats.
Bison Dele (10th pick 1991) put up 14-7 for a PF/C. Im sure there is worse, but this is not the easiest question to answer....
John Salley was 13-7 as an 11th pick Centre. He did ave nearly 2blks though...
We dont even have to go back that far. Andre Drummond was just 10-7 while shooting 29% ft.
MKG was 12-7 (on a stacked team though)
Marvin Williams probably doesn't take the crown on any of those but a nice 11 ppg and 6.6 rpg with a bunch of hype after a title got him drafted over CP3 and Derron.
Those are his college numbers lol
He haverage a whopping 4.7ppg, 3.9rpg over 4 years at Uconn. For a big guy that's awful. He has to be in the mix.