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Projected Rookie Stats

I know it's super early to tell and there might not even be an NBA season...but, what kind of stats do you think these picks from the 2011 draft will have in their rookie season?

Kyrie Irving: 15ppg 6apg 2rpg 1.2spg .2bpg

Derrick Williams: 18ppg 1.5apg 6rpg 1.1spg .8bpg

Enes Kanter: 11ppg .7apg 7rpg .6spg 1.4bpg

Tristian Thompson: 10ppg 1apg 8rpg .9spg 2bpg

Brandon Knight: 15ppg 4apg 3rpg 1.4spg .3bpg

Kemba Walker: 12ppg 5apg 2rpg 1.6spg .2bpg

Jimmer Fredette: 13ppg 4apg 3rpg 1spg .1bpg

Jimmy Butler: 7ppg 2apg 3rpg 1.1spg .9bpg


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im bored...so

im bored...so whatever..

Kyrie Irving - 15ppg, 6apg, 1rpg, 1spg, .1bpg
Derrick Willams 12ppg, 2apg, 5rpg, .8spg, .6bpg
Enes Kanter 13ppg, 3apg, 6rpg, 1bpg, 1.5bpg
Tristan Thompson 13ppg, 1apg, 7rpg, 1spg, 1.8bpg
Brandon Knight 13ppg, 5apg, 3apg, 1.5spg, .2bpg
Kemba Walker 18ppg, 5apg, 2rpg, 1spg, .2bpg
Jimmer Freddette 12ppg, 5apg, 3rpg, .9spg, 0bpg
Jimmy Butler 4apg, 1apg, 2rpg, .7spg, .5bpg, 10mpg

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I don't have high

I don't have high expectations so here's my expanded list for everyone in the first round:
Kyrie Irving- 14ppg 5apg 1.3spg
Derrick Willams- 12.5ppg 5.5rpg .6bpg
Enes Kanter- 9.5ppg 6.5rpg 1.3bpg
Tristan Thompson- 7.5ppg 6.4rpg 1.7bpg
Jan Vesely- 10.4ppg 7.8rpg 1.2bpg
Bismack Biyombo- 4.8ppg 6.2rpg 2bpg
Brandon Knight- 8ppg 4.3apg 1.2spg
Kemba Walker- 12.5ppg 4apg 1.5spg
Jimmer Fredette- 10.7ppg 4.3apg 1.3spg
Klay Thompson- 7.2ppg 3.2rpg 2apg 1.2spg
Alec Burks- 10.5ppg 4.8apg 2.1apg 1.2spg
Markieff Morris- 7.3ppg 5.8rpg 1.4bpg
Marcus Morris- 8.6ppg 5.4rpg .8bpg
Kawhi Leonard- 5.2ppg 3.9rpg .6spg .6bpg
Nikola Vucevic- 3.5ppg 2.7rpg .8bpg
Iman Shumpert- 5.3ppg 2.5rpg 3.4apg 1spg
Chris Singleton- 7.4ppg 5.4rpg 1.2apg 1.6spg .8bpg
Tobias Harris- 3.2ppg 2.1rpg .4spg .4bpg
Donatas Motiejunas- 8.5rpg 4.3rpg .6bpg
Nolan Smith- 4.7ppg 2.1apg .7spg
Kenny Faried- 5.3ppg 6.9rpg .7bpg
Reggie Jackson- 3.2ppg 1.2rpg 1.2apg
Marshon Brooks- 7ppg 3.2rpg 2apg .6bpg
Jordan Hamilton- 4.8ppg 2.1rpg .7spg
JaJuan Johnson- 4.7ppg 3.4rpg .6bpg
Norris Cole- 6.2ppg 3.5apg 2.1rpg .5spg
Cory Joseph- 1.2ppg .4apg .2rpg
Jimmy Butler- 4ppg 2.4rpg 1.2apg .8spg .4bpg

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Irving 18.7pts 4.1rebs 6.2ast

Irving 18.7pts 4.1rebs 6.2ast 1.7stl 0.1blk

Williams 15.4pts 7.2rebs 2.0ast 1.1stl 0.6blk

Kanter 16.3pts 8.1rebs 1.6ast 0.9stl 1.5blk

Thompson 11.7pts 7.6rebs 1.9ast 1.2stl 1.4blk

Knight 12.6pts 3.0rebs 4.8ast 1.3stl 0.1blk

Walker 14.2pts 3.8rebs 4.2ast 1.4stl 0.1blk

Fredette 15.5pts 3.2rebs 5.4ast 0.8stl 0.2blk

Butler 7.2pts 2.8rebs 2.0ast 0.7stl 0.4blk

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Oh yeah and: Ricky Rubio-

Oh yeah and:

Ricky Rubio- 6.9ppg 6.3apg 1.8spg

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Something tells me Kenneth

Something tells me Kenneth Faried is going to average a double double due to the huge hole he will be filling at the PF slot for Denver.

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wow LMAO @RIP Tractor...how

wow LMAO @RIP Tractor...how do you come up with the decimil digits

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Irving 16.5ppg 6apg Williams

Irving 16.5ppg 6apg

Williams 15ppg 7.5rpg

Kanter 10ppg 8.5rpg

Thompson 9ppg 6.5rpg

Knight 15ppg 5apg

Walker 14ppg 6apg

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Kyrie Irving: 15,2 ppg 3,5

Kyrie Irving: 15,2 ppg 3,5 rpg 6,2 apg 1,5 spg 0,3 bpg

Derrick Williams: 13,4 ppg 5,8 rpg 1,2 apg 0,6 spg 0,6 bpg

Enes Kanter: 11,2 ppg 6,4 rpg 1,4 apg 0,5 spg 0,8 bpg

Tristan Thompson: 9,3 ppg 6,1 rpg 1 apg 0,8 spg 1,4 bpg

Jonas Valanciunas (assuming that goes to the NBA): 9,5 ppg 8,2 rpg 0,8 apg 0,5 spg 1,8 bpg

Jan Vesely: 7,8 ppg 5,6 rpg 1,4 apg 1,1 spg 1 bpg

Bismack Biyombo: (best case) 5,4 ppg 7,2 rpg 0,5 apg 0,4 spg 2,3 bpg / (worst case) 2,3 ppg 2,8 rpg 0,1 apg 0,1 spg 0,6 bpg

Brandon Kinght: 15,5 ppg 3,2 rpg 5 apg 1,4 spg 0,4 bpg

Kemba Walker: 12,8 ppg 2,8 rpg 4,5 apg 1,2 spg 0,2 bpg

Jimmer Fredette: 11,8 ppg 2,4 rpg 3,8 apg 1,2 spg 0,2 bpg

Klay Thompson: 8,2 ppg 3,2 rpg 1,6 apg 0,8 spg 0,3 bpg

Alec Burks: 13,5 ppg 3,5 rpg 2,1 apg 0,9 spg 0,3 bpg

Markieff Morris: 6,2 ppg 5,2 rpg 0,9 apg 0,4 spg 0,6 bpg

Marcus Morris: 9,2 ppg 5,8 rpg 1,1 apg 0,6 spg 0,4 bpg

Kawhi Leonard: 7,5 ppg 3,8 rpg 1,1 apg 0,8 spg 0,8 bpg

Nikola Vucevic: 4,8 ppg 2,8 rpg 0,4 apg 0,3 spg 0,5 bpg

Iman shumpert: 7,2 ppg 3,1 rpg 2,4 apg 1 spg 0,4 bpg

Chris Singleton: 7,8 ppg 4 rpg 1,2 apg 1 spg 0,8 bpg

Tobias Harris: 6,6 ppg 3,4 rpg 0,8 apg 0,6 spg 0,5 bpg

Donatas Motiejunas: 10,1 ppg 3,2 rpg 1,2 apg 0,6 spg 0,4 bpg

Nolan Smith: 3,8 ppg 1,8 rpg 2 apg 0,6 spg 0,2 bpg

Kenneth Faried: 7,1 ppg 6,1 rpg 1 apg 0,6 spg 0,8 bpg

Nikola Mirotic: N/A

Reggie Jackson: 4,4 ppg 1,4 rpg 1,4 apg 0,4 spg 0,1 bpg

Marshon Brooks: 7,7 ppg 3,1 rpg 1,4 apg 0,8 spg 0,4 bpg

Jordan Hamilton: 11,2 ppg 3,8 rpg 1,2 apg 0,8 spg 0,5 bpg

JaJuan Johnson: 6,1 ppg 2,8 rpg 0,8 apg 0,6 spg 0,6 bpg

Norris Cole: 4,8 ppg 1,6 rpg 2,1 apg 0,6 spg 0,1 bpg

Cory Joseph: 5,2 ppg 2,4 rpg 2,8 apg 0,8 spg 0,2 bpg

Jimmy Butler: 5,8 ppg 3 rpg 0,6 apg 0,6 spg 0,4 bpg

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Kyle Singler: 8,2 ppg 3,4 rpg 1,2 apg 0,6 spg 0,4 bpg

Shelvin Mack: 5,2 ppg 1,8 rpg 2,3 apg 0,8 spg 0,1 bpg

Tyler Honeycutt: 7,4 ppg 4 rpg 1,4 apg 1 spg 0,6 bpg

Jordan Williams: 6,2 ppg 4,8 rpg 1 apg 0,4 spg 0,5 bpg

Trey Thompkins: 4,4 ppg 3,2 rpg 0,8 apg 0,4 spg 0,4 bpg

Chandler Parsons: 3,5 ppg 2,1 rpg 0,4 apg 0,2 spg 0,2 bpg

Jeremy Tyler: 6,8 ppg 5,2 rpg 0,8 apg 0,4 spg 0,8 bpg

Darius Morris: 7,1 ppg 3,2 rpg 4,4 apg 1,2 spg 0,2 bpg

Malcolm Lee: 5,2 ppg 2,1 rpg 1,2 apg 0,6 spg 0,2 bpg

Travis Leslie: 3,2 ppg 1,4 rpg 0,6 apg 0,4 spg 0,3 bpg

Josh Selby: 7,4 ppg 2,8 rpg 2,4 apg 1 spg 0,2 bpg

Deandre Liggins: 4,8 ppg 2,8 rpg 1 apg 0,8 spg 0,4 bpg

Isaiah Thomas: 4,1 ppg 1,6 rpg 2 apg 0,6 spg 0,1 bpg

Ricky Rubio: 6,8 ppg 3 rpg 6,2 apg 1,6 spg 0,2 bpg

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4 everyone who thinks jimmer

4 everyone who thinks jimmer will average over 10 pts per game is smokeing crack. evans,thorton,salmons,cousins,and 4got who they traded casspi 4 but it all equals up 2 not enough shots 4 jimmer. plus sorry 2 break the news 2 everyone he is not that good

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He'll likely run the PG spot,

He'll likely run the PG spot, therefore he'll be the one will the ball in his hands most of the time, and as you saw at BYU, Jimmer doesnt hesitate to dribble and launch.

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cbelford: Jimmer will prove

cbelford: Jimmer will prove you wrong, just like he has most critics. He is that good.

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its funny that we dont have

its funny that we dont have anything better to do than make a list, some had everyone, with stats to the decimal point of what we project... (long sigh)

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"He'll likely run the PG

"He'll likely run the PG spot, therefore he'll be the one will the ball in his hands most of the time, and as you saw at BYU, Jimmer doesnt hesitate to dribble and launch."

I really do not believe he will have the ball in his hands more then Tyreke, and it would not benefit the Kings if he did.

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i could see kemba walker

i could see kemba walker easily scoring 18-25 points a game just on the fact i dont know anybody else (besides augustin) on that team that could get u 10

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The reason the Kings drafted

The reason the Kings drafted Jimmer is because they want to have Tyreke play the 2, they want Jimmer to have the ball in his hands more, you won't see Jimmer shooting a fourth as much as he did at BYU but you'll see him more as a creator/facilitator. Jimmer will have plenty of opportunities to shoot, I just don't think that will be his priority, he wants to prove he can be a true point guard. The fact he can shoot very well and has good handles and can create makes the D play him honest and will give him opportunities to find an open teammate. I'd be real surprised if Jimmer wasn't the main facilitator for the Kings. That doesn't mean Tyreke won't get his shots and have plenty of chances to create on his own but the reason they drafted Jimmer was because they don't think Tyreke is a true point & they think Jimmer can be.

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i think jimmer will play well

i think jimmer will play well with evans

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You don't understand

You don't understand basketball if you think Fredette won't score 10 ppg for the Kings. Plain and simple.

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so 4 everyone thats on team

so 4 everyone thats on team jimmer. first of all the coaching staff did not want him they did everything to prove that he is not that great so lets call a spade a spade he got drafted to keep the seats filled. second he is not playing 4 golden st. so he won't be able 2 pull at will. 3rd he is not a pg he is a 6'2 shooting unathletic 2 guard who will not be able 2 create 4 himself or others. don't get me wrong i like jimmer but i'm a realist he will b able 2 play but will not b the star everyone thinks he will be.

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I seriously doubt the Kings

I seriously doubt the Kings will want Jimmer to be their primary ball handler, but he will get so many open / slightly contested jump shots he would have to try in order to get less than 10 ppg.

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cbelford: here is an exerpt from the sac bee

He has been the subject of four documentaries and at least one significant misconception – that the Kings' owners dictated his selection at No. 10 for marketing purposes, upsetting the coaches and other front office staff.

Not true. Not even close to true. Westphal signed on for Jimmermania when the BYU star completed his predraft workout at the Kings' practice facility. Basketball president Geoff Petrie, who makes the final decisions, liked Connecticut guard Kemba Walker, but he loves shooters. He was leaning toward Fredette when Charlotte grabbed Walker at No. 9, rendering further debate moot.

"And let me tell you something about Geoff," Kings co-owner Gavin Maloof said Saturday. "When you bring up the marketing (potential of) a player, it's like giving the kid the death sentence. Geoff doesn't like it. He doesn't like it. He says, 'Picking the best player and winning games will take care of marketing.' "

Read more: http://www.sacbee.com/2011/06/26/3727942/ailene-voisin-jimmermania-to-test.html#ixzz1SJieoANo

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