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Former Targets 3 years 11 months ago #67932

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Here is how some of our former targets/local players have done in their college careers. Apologies if I missed some.

Naadir Tharpe (PG, Kansas)

MIN PTS ASST REB STL TO FG% 3FG%
Frosh 5.5 .9 .7 .3 .2 .7 .289 .273
Soph 19.4 5.5 3.1 3.1 .6 1.4 .343 .330

Jahii Carson (PG, Arizona St.)
37.2 Minutes, 18.5 PPG, 5.1 APG , 3.7 RPG, 1.2 SPG, 3.5 TO, 47.3% FG%, 32% 3%

Myles Mack (PG, Rutgers)
(Freshman year): 26.6 MPG, 9.8 PPG, 2.1 APG, 2 RPG, 1.4 SPG, 1.8 TO , .387 FG%, .338 3pt%
(Sophomore year): 30.3 MPG, 13.6 PPG, 2.7 APG, 2.6 RPG, 1.8 SPG, 1.8 TO, .480 FG%, .462 3pt%

Katin Reinhardt (SG, UNLV)
29.2 MPG, 10.1 PPG, 2.5 APG, 2 RPG, .9 SPG, 1.9 TO, 35.8 FG%, 35.1% 3pt%,

Omar Calhoun (SG, UConn)
32.1 MPG, 11.1 PPG, 1.3 APG, 3.9 RPG, 1.0 SPG, 1.9 TO, 40.2 FG%, 32.1 3PT%

Melvin Johnson (SG, VCU)
17.3 MPG, 6.9 PPG, 1 APG, 1.5 RPG, .8 SPG, 1 TO, .415 FG%, .284 3PT%

Deuce Bello (SG, Baylor)
Freshman- 10.3 MPG, 3.3 PPG, .4 APG, 1.9 RPG, .5 SPG, .9 TO, .479 FG%, .188 3PT%
Sophomore- 10.9 MPG, 2.4 PPG, .6 APG, 1.4 RPG, .6 SPG, .8 TO, .453 FG%, .222 3PT%

Kyle Anderson (G/F UCLA)
29.9 MPG, 9.7 PPG, 3.5 APG, 8.6 RPG, 1.8 SPG, 2.1 TO, 41.6 FG%, 21.1 3PT%, .9 blocks

Stephen Domingo (F, Georgetown)
5.6 MPG, 1.0 PPG, .5 APG, .4 RPG, .2 SPG, .2 TO, 30.8 FG%, .111 3PT%

Remi Barry (F, New Mexico St.)
Frosh- 7.4 MPG, 2.3 PPG, .5 APG, .9 RPG, .1 SPG, .5 TO, .349 FG%, .300 3PT%
Soph- 12.9 MPG, 4 PPG, .3 APG, 2.6 RPG, .1 SPG, .7 TO, .422 FG%, .241 3PT%

Dwayne Polee (F, San Diego St.)
9.4 MPG, 2.8 PPG, .2 APG, 1.9 RPG, .2 SPG, .6 TO, .426 FG%, .333 3PT%

Winston Sheppard (F, San Diego St.)
20.3 MPG, 5.7 PPG, 2.0 APG, 3.5 RPG, .4 SPG, 2.0 TO, .393 FG%, .250 3PT%

LeBryan Nash (F, Oklahoma St.)
Freshman- 30.1 MPG, 13.3 PPG, 1.5 APG, 5 RPG, .6 SPG, 2.6 TO, .394 FG%, .235 3PT%
Sophomore- 31.9 MPG, 14 PPG, 1.8 APG, 4.1 RPG, .6 SPG, 2.6 TO, .462 FG%, .240 3PT%

Jamari Traylor (F, Kansas)
9.6 MPG, 2.1 PPG, .3 APG, 2.1 RPG, 42.9% FG%, .8 BPG

Ricardo Gathers (F, Baylor)
16.7 MPG, 5.7 PPG, .2 APG, 5.7 RPG, .5 BPG, .525 FG%

Phillip Nolan (C, UConn)
10.8 MPG, 1.4 PPG, .3 APG, 2.1 RPG, .5 Blocks, .429 FG%
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Thanks for taking the time to put this together
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Former Targets 3 years 8 months ago #73883

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LOL


espn.go.com/los-angeles/mens-college-bas...l-season-ucla-bruins
UCLA sophomore Kyle Anderson and his family have decided that this will likely be his final season in college.

"Kyle has made great strides in his mental approach to the game and his work ethic since being at UCLA," his father, Kyle Anderson Sr., told ESPN.com. "The major deficiencies in his overall game are his lack of strength, quickness and explosion, and inconsistent shooting."

"We feel that both of which can be addressed more efficiently with more time and repetition," he added. "It's more than likely that it will be time for Kyle to move on at the end of this college season."

Anderson played primarily off the ball last season for Ben Howland, and averaged 9.7 points, 8.6 rebounds and 3.5 assists for the Bruins. Multiple NBA executives told ESPN.com that Anderson -- who strongly considered leaving -- would have likely been selected somewhere in the first half of the second round had he departed college after last year.

The 2014 draft is much stronger, especially at the top. However, the 6-foot-9 New Jersey native is expected to play more at the point under new coach Steve Alford, although there's still some uncertainty in that regard with Bruins freshman Bryce Alford -- Steve's son -- joining the team over the summer.

Anderson is a terrific passer whose athleticism, perimeter shot and ability to defend have been questioned. However, his distributing ability was masked much of last season as Howland decided to put the ball in Larry Drew III's hands much of the time.

The Bruins went 25-10 last season and lost to Minnesota in their first NCAA tournament game. They also lost first-round pick Shabazz Muhammad and Drew, but return Anderson, Jordan Adams, the Wear Twins (David and Travis) and big man Tony Parker.

Oklahoma State point guard Marcus Smart, who decided to return to Oklahoma State despite being a near-lock lottery pick, also has made it clear that, barring injury, he won't be returning beyond this season.
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Former Targets 3 years 8 months ago #73886

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SJUalum98 wrote:
LOL


espn.go.com/los-angeles/mens-college-bas...l-season-ucla-bruins
UCLA sophomore Kyle Anderson and his family have decided that this will likely be his final season in college.

"Kyle has made great strides in his mental approach to the game and his work ethic since being at UCLA," his father, Kyle Anderson Sr., told ESPN.com. "The major deficiencies in his overall game are his lack of strength, quickness and explosion, and inconsistent shooting."

"We feel that both of which can be addressed more efficiently with more time and repetition," he added. "It's more than likely that it will be time for Kyle to move on at the end of this college season."

Anderson played primarily off the ball last season for Ben Howland, and averaged 9.7 points, 8.6 rebounds and 3.5 assists for the Bruins. Multiple NBA executives told ESPN.com that Anderson -- who strongly considered leaving -- would have likely been selected somewhere in the first half of the second round had he departed college after last year.

The 2014 draft is much stronger, especially at the top. However, the 6-foot-9 New Jersey native is expected to play more at the point under new coach Steve Alford, although there's still some uncertainty in that regard with Bruins freshman Bryce Alford -- Steve's son -- joining the team over the summer.

Anderson is a terrific passer whose athleticism, perimeter shot and ability to defend have been questioned. However, his distributing ability was masked much of last season as Howland decided to put the ball in Larry Drew III's hands much of the time.

The Bruins went 25-10 last season and lost to Minnesota in their first NCAA tournament game. They also lost first-round pick Shabazz Muhammad and Drew, but return Anderson, Jordan Adams, the Wear Twins (David and Travis) and big man Tony Parker.

Oklahoma State point guard Marcus Smart, who decided to return to Oklahoma State despite being a near-lock lottery pick, also has made it clear that, barring injury, he won't be returning beyond this season.

Sounds like they are "pushing" him out of college.

Good luck to him.
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Former Targets 3 years 8 months ago #73890

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MJDinkins wrote:
SJUalum98 wrote:
LOL


espn.go.com/los-angeles/mens-college-bas...l-season-ucla-bruins
UCLA sophomore Kyle Anderson and his family have decided that this will likely be his final season in college.

"Kyle has made great strides in his mental approach to the game and his work ethic since being at UCLA," his father, Kyle Anderson Sr., told ESPN.com. "The major deficiencies in his overall game are his lack of strength, quickness and explosion, and inconsistent shooting."

"We feel that both of which can be addressed more efficiently with more time and repetition," he added. "It's more than likely that it will be time for Kyle to move on at the end of this college season."

Anderson played primarily off the ball last season for Ben Howland, and averaged 9.7 points, 8.6 rebounds and 3.5 assists for the Bruins. Multiple NBA executives told ESPN.com that Anderson -- who strongly considered leaving -- would have likely been selected somewhere in the first half of the second round had he departed college after last year.

The 2014 draft is much stronger, especially at the top. However, the 6-foot-9 New Jersey native is expected to play more at the point under new coach Steve Alford, although there's still some uncertainty in that regard with Bruins freshman Bryce Alford -- Steve's son -- joining the team over the summer.

Anderson is a terrific passer whose athleticism, perimeter shot and ability to defend have been questioned. However, his distributing ability was masked much of last season as Howland decided to put the ball in Larry Drew III's hands much of the time.

The Bruins went 25-10 last season and lost to Minnesota in their first NCAA tournament game. They also lost first-round pick Shabazz Muhammad and Drew, but return Anderson, Jordan Adams, the Wear Twins (David and Travis) and big man Tony Parker.

Oklahoma State point guard Marcus Smart, who decided to return to Oklahoma State despite being a near-lock lottery pick, also has made it clear that, barring injury, he won't be returning beyond this season.

Sounds like they are "pushing" him out of college.

Good luck to him.

To be fair, UCLA only paid Anderson what amounted to a two-year deal.
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kranmars wrote:
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Sounds like they are "pushing" him out of college.

Good luck to him.

To be fair, UCLA only paid Anderson what amounted to a two-year deal.

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Kyle Sr will be his son's demise.

I hope Jr has his passport ready to go.
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The 2015 Mock draft that Gonzalo posted had him going 35th. Wonder whoever put together that Mock draft would have him going in 2014.
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Andrew2 wrote:
The 2015 Mock draft that Gonzalo posted had him going 35th. Wonder whoever put together that Mock draft would have him going in 2014.
www.nbadraft.net/2014mock_draft
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