Re: [APBR_analysis] Re: NCAA -> NBA translation
- --- HoopStudies <deano@...> wrote:
> >Hutson was listed at 6'8 240. Hardly tiny, but not
> Still, assuming the scouts were right and that
> Hutson doesn't have
> NBA skills, it appears to be due to him being
> undersized (maybe not
> quick enough) for the skills he exhibited. There is
> some mismatch
> between height (measurable), strength (possibly
> quickness (uhhh), and style of game (uh-oh).
> Jefferson had the
> height, quickness, and style of game to go to the
> next level. Hutson
> didn't meet these requirements (apparently), even if
> he had the
exactly what you want in your PF either. Especially
since Hutson is the unathletic grinder type. He played
in Europe this past season and I think Milwaukee (the
team that drafted Hutson in the 2nd round) has plans
for him. We may get to see him yet.
>The Usenet draft page :
> I do think that boxscores are going to be critical
> to doing better in
> all of this. That's not going to be a fun task to
> work on...almost
> as little fun as collecting the DNA that MikeG
> wants. Although with
> all the paternity suits floating around, maybe
> getting DNA won't be
> so bad.
> So, does anyone have good college stats we can all
> look at? They are
> pretty hard to get, actually, in any consistent
This page lists stats on prospects going back to the
'94 draft. They have the complete stats, including
turnovers. That might be a start. I'm not sure they
have all the players listed though.
Do You Yahoo!?
Yahoo! Tax Center - online filing with TurboTax