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  • #16
    Slow white guys with limited offensive game usually adapt quite well to the fast paced, super athletic NBA.... Aldrich has bust written all over him. I see him being available at 13, nobody other than Indy wants to take a chance on the limited upside guys.

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    • #17
      Aldrich should be a solid rotation player in the NBA. His mobility and quickness will limit his potential though. He will be a role player, a good one.
      nbaroundtable

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      • #18
        I wouldn't be disappointed if the Raptors ended up with him. Yeah he's not super athletic but he's not a huge stiff either. He seems to have soft hands and good footwork. As long as he can offer some resistance and help at the rim (someone who won't forget to rotate over and help) and grab some boards that's all the Raptors really need in a center.

        Not sure I want to watch that shot for the next few years but if it goes in that's all that matters.

        phdsteve wrote: View Post
        but is not extremely athletic and wont be a good fit for a team that wants to run the floor (like BC and JT both talk about wanting to).
        You don't need all 5 players to be stallions to be able to run the ball.
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        • #19
          I agree that Aldrich will more than likely be drafted by Utah, with Detroit taking Monroe. At 13 Raptors really have a choice between Orton, Sanders, Davis and Patterson.

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          • #20
            cornbreadd wrote: View Post
            Aldrich is a center, and he is white. How does Utah not take him at #9?
            Haha.

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            • #21
              Marz wrote: View Post
              Please stop looking at stats and making statements like Kevin Love is better than Brook Lopez. First off they're completely different players with different roles on two very different teams. Finally, Aldrich and Love are two very different players.

              Also, are you talking about Lamarcus Aldridge or Cole Aldrich? Wasn't entirely clear in your post, especially since Aldridge is a poor rebounder.
              If there is something about the numbers that you are having trouble understanding I would be glad to explain them to you so that you can grasp their meaning. It isn't really very difficult

              There are two ways to judge a player

              1. By eye
              2. By stats

              If you don't understand the stats then I am sure that we can find you a good optometrist
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              • #22
                Some advance stats comparison on Aldrich with AP.

                http://www.draftexpress.com/stats.php?year=2009%2F10&q=&per=pergame&qual=sec2010&sort=2&min=20&stage=all&league=NCAA&conference=&Compare=Submit+Comparison&pos=all&sort2=ASC&pid[35441]=35441&pid[10930]=10930
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