Looking at the other characters from Vandread there is a guy who wears all orange... The pic I used for you is some guy dressed up as that orange wearing guy!!
I was thinking this is where you maybe got ur name and was going to blow ur mind with that pic I made of you!!!
I bumped a thread that hadn't been posted in in almost 17 months, is highly relevant, and I want to know, of all places, why is this HERE??!?
E.J. Wells vs. NAOS
Pre-season mock (7/13/13) - page 111
Don't hate...participate young man!!
Ya Kanter is going to be a beast he will average 16 & 16!!!
Kanter's offensive game has been coming along nicely. Looking at the mysynergysports.com stats, there are a couple problems that stand out. Fortunately, both seem fixable.
1. Kanter turns the ball over at an alarming rate. Median team turnover rate is 13.4%. Kanter's stands at 21.6% (Favors: 13.2%; Millsap: 10.4%; Jefferson: 6.9%). Kanter is tops among the 4 bigs in postup points per possession at 0.84 (Millsap: 0.84; Favors: 0.83; Jefferson: 0.82; league average as of December 14th: 0.83), despite turning the ball over on 32.8% of his postups (shots, shooting fouls or turnovers).
2. Kanter converts offensive rebounds at a very poor rate. 21.2% of Kanter's scoring opportunities come off offensive rebounds (league average as of December 14th: 6.5%...although this is certainly much higher for bigs). On these opportunities, he puts up 0.85 points per possession. League average PPP on offensive rebounds is 1.10; league average PPP on all non-transition scoring opportunities (postups, Pick and rolls, cuts, spotups, etc.) is 0.92 (both league average numbers as of December 14th).
Dude needs to pass when shots aren't there. On offensive rebounds, if you can get a shot right away, take it. If not, reset the offense. In postups, protect the ball, and pass it out when stuck in traffic. Seems easy enough.