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    Default Anthony Randolph: Highlights + Info







    2009-10 Statistics
    PPG 11.6
    RPG 6.50
    APG 1.3
    FG% 44.3
    BPG 1.6
    SPG 1
    EFF+ 14.3

    Born: Jul 15, 1989
    Height: 6-10 / 2.08
    Weight: 210 lbs. / 95.3 kg.
    College: Louisiana State
    Years Pro: 1

    -Gifted offensive player
    -Handles the ball exceptionally well for 6'10"
    -Runs well
    -Rebounds well
    -Confident
    -Quick hands for a big
    -Left hander
    -Has a COMPLETE game
    -Can elevate and block or change shots with the best of them.

    -Skinnier than Ally MacBeal
    -Attitude issues
    -Doesn't pass much - has tunnel vision once down low.
    -210lbs
    -Alien head


    Lamar Odom: "It's like looking in the mirror a little. He's 6'11." He's left-handed, and he can put the ball on the floor. He's two times as athletic as I was at that age. If he stays focused, the sky is the limit for him.
    Is this kid just a weiner version of Stat? If things work out and he beefs up, we'll have 2 athletic front court players on their preferred sides.




    Hope for the best!
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    only 21, he can be a all star in a few year.
    Got the size, just need more skillz.

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    Is Anthony Randolph the bastard son of the Candyman?
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    Crazy this is a much better video showing Randolph's ability than that other thread. That close out block on a Ben Gordon 3 was very impressive, Gordon wasn't even his man and Randolph came from about 20 ft away to block his shot.

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    He has alot of potential and is a good player. Its just a question of if he is able to realize it. I think he could be good in this system. The Knicks really did get a nice haul for David Lee. And I could understand why Warriors fans may be upset with it. But, to get a great player, you have to trade some good players. Yes, Lee is a great player, and was a tremendously important piece to the Knicks over the past few years.

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    He bulked up to 225 a few months ago, maybe 230 now. Also I think he's 6"11 now. Keep in mind those stats are with Nelson and AR had inconsistent minutes. Some games he played 20-30 minutes. The next game maybe 5. His potential is vastly increased once he left Nelson. He just needs a good teacher/coach now.

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    Originally Posted by DubsinNY
    He bulked up to 225 a few months ago, maybe 230 now. Also I think he's 6"11 now. Keep in mind those stats are with Nelson and AR had inconsistent minutes. Some games he played 20-30 minutes. The next game maybe 5. His potential is vastly increased once he left Nelson. He just needs a good teacher/coach now
    Coaching young players is not exactly the Knicks strong suit. Jordan Hill bad mouthed the Knicks saying he didn't learn anything playing for the Knicks when he went to Houston, might have been sour grapes but it's a fact D'Antoni can be a hard case like Nellie in not playing you for whatever reason.

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    His weakness is an "alien head"

    So we can assume that his ONLY real weakness is a consistent jumper.

    The main thing I like about his positives: CONFIDENCE

    In Basketball it is all about confidence, if you have that consistently and show it then you can be as good as anyone.

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    I cant think of a player that i have ever seen that is 6'11, can jump and run like + ball handle like him, and has as long of arms as he has. Wow, thats all i can say...I knew he was good, but the more i research him (pause) the more shocked I am. GS lost for trading him

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    Hopefully Amare will take him under his wing and turn him into STAT Junior.

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    Originally Posted by cathaytrader
    Hopefully Amare will take him under his wing and turn him into STAT Junior.
    That's extremely likely... Strength is obviously the big divide between the 2 though.

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