Let me start this off by sharing a heated argument my dad and I had this evening lol. We were just talking about players and how good/bad they would be making the jump from college to NBA. Eventually we started talking about E'twaun Moore. I have followed his stats most of this NBA season and he averaged 7.8 points, 2.7 assists, and 2.3 rebounds a game. If you ask me, that is a pretty solid second year in the NBA. However, he was arguing that Moore was not good, those stats were awful, and pretty much if you weren't a stud, you weren't a good NBA player.
Sorry for all my blabbering, but does anyone see him continuing to get better and being a solid NBA bench player for many years. I myself do.
I was also looking at Jajuan Johnson and Robbie Hummel's stats up, and both have had solid seasons in the NBA D league and in Spain respectively. Jajuan was the number 1 pick in this years D league draft and averaged around 8 points/game. I know he is rail thin, but I think if he can become a better ball handler maybe he can become a solid bench player in the NBA some day.
As for Hummel, he averaged 10 points and 4 rebounds per game. If he can stay healthy, I could see him coming off the bench for the Wolves and knocking some threes down.
Lastly, I hate Kentucky almost as much as Indiana, but I thought Anthony Davis would be a great NBA player and an All Star (dad said he wouldn't be rookie of the year and wouldn't be good in the NBA because he is so thin lol). He finished 2nd in rookie of the year voting and only played about half the games. I still think he will be an All Star in a couple years.
I know this post is all over the place, but let me know what you guys think about all these players. Boiler Up!!