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from his frosh to his soph year, yes. I thought he'd take a bigger step forward with his offensive game. Perhaps that will happen this season.
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For the '12-'13 season, I kind of expect him to carry the load, at least early. Gonna have to rely on him and a few others until the frosh get acclimated.
Mid-range is nice, but in college, with the 3-point line as close as it is, the importance of a mid-range jumper on the scoreboard is mitigated. I like where his selection is at, he just needs to make it consistent. FWIW, his 3-point range becomes mid-range in the NBA.
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Ht Wt Yr G %Min ORtg %Poss %Shots eFG% TS% OR% DR% ARate TORate Blk% Stl% FC/40 FD/40 FTRate FTM-FTA Pct 2PM-2PA Pct 3PM-3PA Pct 21 Andre Roberson 6-7 195 So 36 75.2 108.7 21.9 20.7 54.3 56.5 12.7 29.6 8.8 16.5 6.8 2.6 3.1 4.5 56.8 102-166 0.614 130-242 0.537 19-50 0.38 21 Andre Roberson 6-7 195 Fr 38 55.2 118.3 16.3 14.1 61.5 60.9 15.1 25.5 6.8 18.3 5 3.5 5.3 3.2 43.7 42-76 0.553 89-139 0.64 12-35 0.343
Here are his KenPom #'s from FR and SO yr. Looking at these numbers year over year he didn't progress offensively as much as a lot of people probably think. His offensive rating, eFG% and true shooting % all went down. Where he did see upticks in FT% and 3pt% they were only slight improvements. On the defensive side of the ball (where he is obviously elite) it is going to be tough for him to continue to show improvement with the freshman coming in. His rebounding, from a numbers perspective are almost guaranteed to decline, but I could see his steals improve as overall team defense improves.
I see him having a nice year, seeing his offensive numbers slightly improve (around 13/14ppg) but his rebounding numbers decline a bit as CU will have better overall team rebounding (i don't see XJ sitting and watching Dre grab all the boards like this years team did).
I think Gordon will get some of those rebounds as well....team rebounding will be much better overall
I think boards will be. 1. Dre 2. X 3. Scott 4. Gordon(only because of playing time) (after dre leaves i think he becomes number 1)