- Aug 27, 2011
- Reaction Score
Nothing unexpected here - well, maybe if I told you Olander would be the 3rd leading scorer two months ago you would have mocked me.
*edit - made it easier to see*
I like the chart. Right now its guards 52%, small forwards 13%, and "bigs" 35%.
I suspect that once the sample size gets larger, the production from the 4's and 5's will increase. Even with Boat in the mix, I suspect that production from the guards will drop to somewhere in the 40-45% range, which isn't necessarily a bad thing.
It's hard to classify Roscoes points - he obviously plays two different position. Considering his break out game came when Alex and Andre were enjoying the show from the sidelines, I would imagine most of Scoes points are at the 4 spot.So you are considering Scoe a big and not a small forward? I see him more as a wing who can play the four. In that case it would be guards 52%, small forwards 21%, and bigs 25%. I would hope for the bigs to go up 10% and for the guards to go down 10%.
Champs, I see where you are coming from. I guess I look at Roscoe from a skill set standpoint and don't consider him a "3" since he isn't likely to take someone off the dribble and most of his points come more in a "4" capacity. To me, Daniels and Giffey are more true "3's" than Roscoe, but I do understand how you might classify him as a "3" especially since lots of his starts last year were at that position.