Discussion in 'Colorado Basketball Message Board' started by absinthe, Jun 7, 2011.
Over the last 7 games of 2010-11, Dre averaged the following:
For the season, his complete stats were:
I think he'll average around 1 block/assist/steal a game again, double digit points and rebounds (9-11 for each), shoot 55-60% from the field, make about a third of his threes, and get his FT% in the 60-65% range.
Hoping he can get above 70% from the FT line. He definitely has the potential to average a double double.
I think those are pretty fair numbers, I'd like to think he can move his blocks up to 1.5-2 per game range though, mainly because he won't have to defend nearly as many centers, so that means a lot more coming over from the weak side to block shots.
The sky is the limit if he puts in the hard work this summer
Thought this was a thread about him getting in trouble. Whew.
hmm. Roberson allowed to be a help defender with SHT on the Center? Good lord, the Pac 12 will feel the pain :wow:
I expect no stupid "star design" haircut.
Worst decision he made all year. He patterns his game after Rodman. He doesn't need to style his hair after his. :lol:
i think 12 and 9, 10 and 10 is a reasonable expectation. there's going to be more shots on the floor this year, so him stepping up with his shot would be a plus. he's shown he can shoot the ball well....but, didn't really have to with AB, Hig, and Levi.
we are going to need people step up and score the rock. i'd like to see him make the same kind of step forward from role player to a guy who gives you a few different things....much like Levi did from 09-10 to 10-11.
no reason to think he takes a step back...in some ways, this is his, Nate, and Dufault's team. those are the guys with experience.
I actually think we'll see a slight sophomore slump in terms of stats. SHT will take some of his stats away, and Roberson isn't really a shooter. It'll be interesting to see how Brown and Adams play with one another - how well our team is able to space the defense. I think our team will struggle compared to last season, and the presence of SHT and overall step-down in wing play will hurt Roberson's stats. BUT - he may actually improve his overall game next season...hopefully he does.
I can't see rebounding change, especially since Burks will not be there. Tunks will take some but Andre was a rebounding beast and that should not change much. His outside shot may improve, but still prefer him on the weak side boards.
Just my guess.
IMO, an off-season in the weight room should result in an increase of a couple of points and boards next year. At times last year I thought he looked small, especially compared to some of our opponents players. Yet, he was Tarzan on the boards.
For the first time in many, many years, I'm looking forward to the next basketball season.
He should be able to get at least 10 points per game and at least 10 boards per game.
Average a double double...that would be impressive.
So were we impressed:
Andre Roberson Stat Summary:
Season GP MPG PPG FG% 3FG% FT% APG RPG BPG SPG
2011-12 36 30.2 11.6 51.0 38.0 61.4 1.2 11.1 1.9 1.3
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.
He needs to work on his mid-range. Right now, he's either taking a three or driving to the rim. That's easy to defend.
Troo dat. And I didn't mean to sound disparaging with my totally unprofessional opinion. Maybe my expectations were too high.
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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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)
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