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Offline rondohondo

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Lets look at some of the numbers White put up against other top talent big men entering the draft

Game 1 vs Kansas and Thomas Robinson(Projected top 5 pick)
White   
18pts, 17 rebs, 4 asts , 2 blks, 1 stl, 50%FG  in 28 mins

Robinson
 11pts, 14 rebs, 2 asts , 3 blks, 0 stl 40%FG in 32 mins


Game 2 vs Kansas
White   
18pts,9 rebs, 5 asts, 0 blk, 0 stl      54% FG

Robinson
13 pts, 7 rebs 0 asts , 1 blk, 1 stl    45%FG

VS Baylor
(Jones - late lottery, Acy - 2nd rd pick/ )both elite athletes


Game 1
White
14pts,5 rebs, 4asts , 7 TO 58% FG

Jones
18pts,7 rebs, 2 asts, 2 TO 61%FG

Game 2 VS Baylor
White
11pts, 11 rebs , 4 asts 3 TO 37% FG

Jones
10pts, 12 rebs, 0 asts, 0 TO 45%FG

NCAA TOURNAMENT VS UCONN in a 77-64 win
(Andre Drummond - projected top 10 pick, Oreaki- future 1st rd)


White
15pts, 13 rebs, 2 asts, 1 TO 66%FG

Drummond
2 pts ,3 rebs , 0 asts,4 blks, 0TO, 5 Fouls 25% FG
Oreaki
2pts, 3 rebs,   25% FG


vs Kentucky ( Davis projected # 1, Jones projected late lottery)

White
23 PTS, 9 rebs, 4 asts, 3 stls, 1 blk , 3 TO, 75% FG

Davis
15pts, 12 rebs, 5 asts, 0 stls, 2 blk, 3 TO, 44% FG

Jones
8 pts, 11 rebs, 3 asts, 1 stl, 2 blk, 1 TO,  33% FG




So in 6 games vs other 1 rd big men
Anthony Davis - # 1 pick
Thomas Robinson top 5 pick
Andre Drummond - top 10 pick
Terrence Jones - top 15 pick
Perry Jones   - top 15-20 pick
Quincy Acy    - 2nd rd pick
Jeff Whitey   - 2nd rd pick
   Oreaki    - future 1st rd pick



White's Averages vs these 1st rd picks
16.5 PPG, 10.6 RPG, 4 APG, 57 % FG

and his team went 3-3 against teams with clearly much more talent.


Yes he had some big turn over games , but on the c's he would have hall of fame players he is playing with to teach him when to pass and when not to , plus the best assist man in the game and a former PG coaching him to give him advice.

Those are some pretty impressive numbers against other high level draft talent

I really want this kid on the C's and would even trade up to get him
 

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good stats, after seeing the draft combine, i really like this kid...

hopefully we do draft him and he do falls to us at 21

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The more I think about it I can see why Danny would be high on him.  Lottery-type talent that is rated lower because of off-court issues and that he is perceived as a "tweener."  I don't know how a 6'8" 260-lb dude is not a prototypical NBA power forward but what the heck do I know anymore?

I like it.  Royce White in green!!

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The more I think about it I can see why Danny would be high on him.  Lottery-type talent that is rated lower because of off-court issues and that he is perceived as a "tweener."  I don't know how a 6'8" 260-lb dude is not a prototypical NBA power forward but what the heck do I know anymore?

I like it.  Royce White in green!!

A bench of

PG: Vet min
SG: Ray
SF: Green
PF: White
 C: Wilcox or Steamer

in a pretty versatile bench with shooting , ball handling , and posting up ability from Green and White. Plus Wilcox,Green and White can all get out and run on the fast break with Ray trailing for 3's with Rondo running the break.

Then when Rondo needs a break they can go to White or PP running the offense with KG at center and Ray at SG spacing the floor.

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Another important point is that White, based on his passing ability, clearly has good hands and court vision.  We need guys with good hands who can catch Rondo's passes.

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Yep...Big hands .. like DR J is good THING ...........Small Hands "RYAN HOLLINS" can't catch worth a dang.   

Most of the GREAT forwards had big mitts to control the ball.

We NEED ROYCE WHITE !!!


DOn't need none jumping, small hands , soft players.

White is way better than most ahead of him...... shooting guards ::)   

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I like White a lot BUT he needs the ball to even come close to those numbers.

And we all know who is running the show...Rondo.

Essentially he is talented but it's not a good fit for this team.

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The more I think about it I can see why Danny would be high on him.  Lottery-type talent that is rated lower because of off-court issues and that he is perceived as a "tweener."  I don't know how a 6'8" 260-lb dude is not a prototypical NBA power forward but what the heck do I know anymore?

I like it.  Royce White in green!!

i believe that the off court issues are only part of the reason for him not being in the lottery. the stats provided above are great, but there a few OTHER stats worth looking at as well.

2011-12 free throw % = 49.8. this is awful.

further, his 3 pt shooting is 33.3%.

they guy doesnt seem able to score if he is more than a few feet from the basket. this is worrysome.

since the celtics are picking at 21, i guess all players have some problems. maybe the pluses for white will out weigh the minuses. the celtics might gamble and hope he turns out.
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I like White a lot BUT he needs the ball to even come close to those numbers.

And we all know who is running the show...Rondo.

Essentially he is talented but it's not a good fit for this team.


He does to put up those ASSIST numbers... but why for scoring and rebounding?  If he has good hands and can run the floor he will score pts with Rondo and he can certainly board and should well since he'll be off the ball as opposed to away from the rim as a PG in college.


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Royce White
Position: Power forward
Height: 6'8"

3pt: 33.3%
REB: 9.3
AST: 5.0
BLK: 0.9
STL: 1.2


Mystery Player X
Position: Power forward
Height: 6'8"

3pt: 34.4%
REB: 8.8
AST: 5.0
BLK: 0.5
STL: 1.5

Basically the same player right?  He will be Antoine Walker 2.0!!!

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It's interesting that Chad Ford, the source of this rumor, projects White to play SF in the NBA.

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It's interesting that Chad Ford, the source of this rumor, projects White to play SF in the NBA.

A 270 pound SF?  Really?

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He's Antoine Walker without the 3 point shooting.  I'll take him.
do it

Offline beantownboy171

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It's interesting that Chad Ford, the source of this rumor, projects White to play SF in the NBA.

A 270 pound SF?  Really?
When you watch the highlights though, he plays like a small forward. I can get excited about this kid.

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Great Video from his head coach, Fred Hoiberg, about his strengths and WEAKNESSES. I capitalize that because it is refreshing to see the criticism of his game also.

I would gladly take him with one of our picks though. His game looks like it will transition very well to the NBA especially when he becomes a better shooter.

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