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Statistically Speaking: Dee Bost and Will Barton

Here's the Tier 5 list. A brief explanation.

  • %avg PRAWS40 means how much better are they at their position than average. For example, compared to 2011 Point Guards, Dee Bost is 5% better.
  • PRAWS40 is his actual Performance Rating using 9 box score stats (Win Score.) You don't have to believe in Win Score. The average PRAWS40 for an NBAer across all positions is 7. As you can see, Dee Bost is a 5.
  • ALL Stats shown are Transferable to the NBA by at least 75%. (Ian Levy's Research)
  • Most of the numbers are %averages. If you go check Dee Bost, you can see, that he is generally all green. Which means, he was better than the average point guard across all the stats that transfer 75%+ over to the NBA. The things that hurt his PRAWS40 score must have been his turnovers or something; I did not include college stats that always change when they hit the NBA (shooting, TOs, etc).
  • Colors: Red is Below Average. White is average. Green is Above Average. Yellow is Crazy Good. But seriously if you don't understand the color coding, you're a moron.

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As you can see, only Wroten, D. Bost, Henry Sims, and Herb Pope are better than average. While only Dee Bost and Herb Pope are from year to year improving. In hindsight, it was actually no surprise that Dee Bost would improve so much. In fact, his summer league scores indicate, he improved by a little less than 2 whole points, making him almost ready for begin a backup bench PG. I don't know who's on the Blazers staff, but they are soft hearted as hell by giving Dee Bost a chance to shine. He's not the best undrafted PG (Jesse Sanders) but as far as growth and being above average goes, Dee Bost won't hurt the team when he plays.

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Above is the Barton Tier 1 list. There's actually a tier above him, with the more consistent(less streaky) players. Barton only improved tremendously this year. He's 2x better than your average SG/SF and practically 3+ better than your average NBA player.

And all his NBA Transferable Stats are green and above 10%. Beastly.

He's right behind Terrence Jones who is also doing pretty good for the Rockets. As you can see from their Trending Line, both are steadily improving Year to Year.

You can check the entire draft over at my website.

Big Draft Winners

It's not the complete list of NCAA players, which I also have but it has all the drafted and undrafted players sorted by 2 Year Win Score Averages.

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