Dario Saric z prestiżową nagrodą!

Dario Saric otrzymał tytuł najlepszego gracza młodego pokolenia w Europie, wyprzedzając w punktacji m.in. Giannisa Antetokounmpo. To ogromny sukces, bo 20-letni Saric otrzymał to wyróżnienie także przed rokiem. Zasłużył sobie zdobywając 10.6 ppg, 5.9 rpg i 2.7 apg w 24 minuty gry. W przeliczeniu na 36 minut gry są to statystyki rzędu 15.4 ppg, 9.1 rpg i 4.1 apg, czym nie może pochwalić się żaden inny zawodnik tureckiej ligi. Już nie możemy doczekać się Sarica w Philadelphii!

2 myśli na temat “Dario Saric z prestiżową nagrodą!

  • 22 stycznia 2015 o 11:29

    Saric Saricem, ale kiedy zobaczymy Richardsona??? Miał podobno wrocic na koniec stycznia.

  • 22 stycznia 2015 o 20:44

    pare statów z zycia Noela:

    ♦ Nerlens Noel currently ranks 12th in the NBA in blocked shots, at 1.6 per game. Over the past five seasons, only Anthony Davis has ranked higher among rookies (11th at 1.8 blocks per game).

    ♦ Noel is averaging 1.6 steals per game this year and is one of just five players 6’11” or taller in the past 20 years to hit that mark (Hakeem (4x), KG (2x), The Admiral, & Nene). He’s also one of just eight players in the past 10 years at any height to average at least 1.5 blocks and 1.5 steals per game (Anthony Davis, Dwight Howard, Josh Smith, Shawn Marion, Ben Wallace, AK47, Gerald Wallace).

    ♦ He ranks sixth in the NBA in rim protection, holding opponents to a 47.5% conversion rate on shots at the basket that he defends.
    http://stats.nba.com/tracking/#!/player … RIM&dir=-1

    ♦ Perhaps most impressively, Nerlens Noel ranks fifth in the league in defensive box +/-, a measure of a players’ effect upon an opponent’s points per 100 possessions. Noel decreases that number by 3.4 points for every 100 possessions that he’s on the floor.

    ♦ As pointed out in a recent piece by Chris Barker for isportsweb, he’d become the youngest player in NBA history to record a DBPM of 3.0 or greater while playing over 1,000 minutes if that holds. For context, 13 of the 32 players who’ve won the Defensive Player of the Year award have posted a DBPM worse than 3.4, including Dikembe Mutombo in 2000-01 (2.8).

    His offense is still very much a work in progress, although it is steadily coming along (mind you, it was putrid to begin the season)…

    ♦ Over Nerlens Noel’s last eight games, he’s averaging 10.0 points per game, up from 7.6 over the first 30 contests of the season. During that stretch, he’s seen his efficiency in the restricted area rise from 52.3% to 66.7%; he’s converted 12 dunks (1.5 per game) during that span compared to 28 in the 30 games prior (0.9 per game).

    ♦ During that same 8 game span he is turning the ball over just 1.0 per game, down from 2.3 the first 30 contests.

    Jest konkret!


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