Kinger95 wrote:StopitLeo wrote:Kinger95 wrote:Just took a quick look at trent heâ€™s advanced stats and I can see why Portland traded him lol.
I honestly donâ€™t like his game just from watch him. Heâ€™s a pretty average volume shooter that provides not much else. Just my opinion but heâ€™s a black hole offensively that stops the ball, and defensively I donâ€™t think heâ€™s great positionally or disruptive, he looks like heâ€™s trying but that doesnâ€™t make u a good defender lol
Average volume shooter? Heâ€™s a 39% 3pt shooter on over 5 attempts per game.
I think his defense will be better after a full training camp. Trent has a high basketball IQ and he puts in effort on the defensive end. I think his issues last year were adjusting to Torontoâ€™s schemes, which are known to be complex.
As far as his contract, unless he forgets how to shoot heâ€™ll be a 25 year old who makes 3s at a 40% clip during that option year. Thatâ€™s an easily tradable asset to a contender.
Thereâ€™s 84 players during the season that shot a higher percentage from 3 than him.
38.5% is literally the definition of average when nearly 100 guys can shoot it the same/better.
Like o said . Mediocre. If his % drops to 36% from 3 he actually becomes a pretty below average player.
84 players? Youâ€™re really going to count guys who shot 100% by going 1-1 from deep for the season?
Trent averaged 4.4 3PA per game. Of the players who took 4 or more 3PA per game last year only 24 shot over 40%. Trent had the 7th highest 3P% of those 24.