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NBA Rookie Reports: Top 10
by: Joseph Treutlein - Director of Scouting/Analytics
November 23, 2006
The first three weeks of the NBA season are now complete, and itís time to take a look at how the rookies around the league are settling in with their new teams. This new recurring feature here at DraftExpress will track the progress of the best rookies in the NBA, as they adapt to their new environments. Given the relatively small sample size of games thus far, and the fact that many of these players are still establishing their niches with their given teams, a certain deal of subjectivity goes into the rankings past the obvious stand-outs. As players stabilize and begin to get more consistent playing time with their teams, more accurate rankings will be done in the future.




1. Adam Morrison, Charlotte Bobcats
35.8 minutes, 14.7 points, 1.7 assists, 2.9 rebounds, 38% FG

Joseph Treutlein

Morrison has been pretty inconsistent with his production thus far, specifically with his scoring the ball, but at times heís looked outstanding, and already has four 20+ point games. Morrisonís shot has been on and off thus far, as his unorthodox style calls for a lot of off-balanced shots from mid-range, but he seems to be gradually, albeit inconsistently, improving. His offensive role is not unlike what it was at Gonzaga, in that he moves constantly without the ball, using screens to get open, and taking most of his shots from long to mid-range. Heís shooting a respectable clip from three-point range at .354, but heís at his best when heís inside the arc, being able to get the first step on his man and convert field goal attempts from all angles and in all situations. Many questioned whether Morrison would be able to score with the same efficiency against NBA defenders (despite the fact his best games last season came with Rodney Carney, Brandon Roy, Bobby Jones, Maurice Ager, and Shannon Brown defending him Ė all of whom are currently on NBA rosters), and heís already showing he can do just that. For example, Morrison scored 27 points on 52% shooting against San Antonio, with his primary defender being Bruce Bowen. Unfortunately, Morrison hasnít contributed much elsewhere to his team, not contributing much in the rebounds or assists column, and being somewhat of a liability on defense. Heís trying on that end of the court, but is especially showing trouble getting around screens, with Peja Stojakovicís 42-point outburst against him coming to mind.

The situation that Morrison was drafted into certainly is helping his development, as heís averaging 35.8 minutes and has started in 6 of his 11 games. This easily gives him the most minutes played of any rookie, and itís helping in accelerating his adaptation to the NBA game. The fact that the Bobcats staff seems to have confidence in his ability, and is letting him play through some of his struggles, should go a long way in allowing him to make improvements to his game. Morrisonís already making a more than noticeable impact, though, and thereís no reason to suggest he shouldnít improve from here. Once Morrison establishes more consistency with scoring the ball, he will need to focus on the other areas of his game, a criticism that has frequently been aimed at him. He likely wonít ever be a good defender, but the fact that heís playing alongside fellow swingman Gerald Wallace will help shield some of those inadequacies, in that Morrison will usually get the easier assignment. Still, Morrison could definitely stand to put in a more concerted effort attacking the glass, and could also do a better job passing the ball when his shot isnít falling.




2. Brandon Roy, Portland Trailblazers
27.2 minutes, 11.6 points, 3.4 assists, 2.8 rebounds, 38% FG

Eric Weiss

Three games is a poor sample set to extrapolate from, but there were definitely some flashes of brilliance mixed into his limited outings. Roy shot poorly in two of his three NBA games, though his mechanics were very solid. Royís shot selection and a touch of bad luck had more to do with his misses than anything else. Roy tends to start off his game with a more tentative approach, picking his spots early and looking for jumpers within the team flow. As the game progresses, Roy looks to get more aggressive as his drives and overall shooting increase in frequency. As Roy gets more comfortable with his teammates and the level of competition, heíll put together more effective gameplans that should yield more consistent results. As it is now, Roy is still a tough assignment to handle for most any pro defender.

Roy and Jarret Jack look like theyíll be the leaders of this young and promising Blazer team. Royís multidimensional skill set make him a threat all over the court and a perfect complimentary player to Zach Randolphís interior presence. Assuming injuries donít keep him sidelined too often this season, Roy should be in the driverís seat for ROY honors because heíll put up numbers in many different categories. However, Roy looks more like a 2nd option type of player at this point and will have to become a more consistent shooter to be a primary offensive option. Royís past performance and current play to date speak of a player that one can expect to continue improving for quite some time.




3. Rudy Gay, Memphis Grizzlies
23.4 minutes, 8.5 points, 4.5 rebounds, 34% FG

Joseph Treutlein

Rudy Gayís had a very inconsistent start to his NBA career, having some very good games and others in which he barely did anything at all. A lot of Gayís troubles scoring the ball have come when he hasnít been assertive in taking the ball to the basket, instead pulling up from mid and long-range. But when Gay has taken the ball to the basket, heís done a good job using his combination of length, athleticism, and creativity to score the ball in different ways. Aside from a few missed jams, Gayís also looked good in transition, finishing fast breaks like heíd become known for doing in college. Gayís also been solid on the boards for a small forward, and has done a good job disrupting in the passing lanes and on the weakside, having 11 blocks and 8 steals in his 11 games played. Gayís had some trouble defending the pick-and-roll, and occasionally loses his man without the ball, but has looked solid in one-on-one situations, where his excellent physical tools give him the potential to become a very good defender in this league.

Eddie Jones recently went down with injury, allowing Gay to move into the starting lineup for the past five games. His production hasnít improved during this time span, though, struggling in all but one game, a 23 point, 7 rebound outburst against Dallas on November 18th. Gayís getting the minutes he needs to develop his game, and he should continue to do so on a Memphis team that isnít very deep on the wing. Gay needs to continue to make the most of his natural gifts, being assertive and not settling for mid-range stuff, but taking it all the way to the rim where heís at his best. There have always been questions about Gay and his willingness to be ďthe guyĒ for a team, and it should be an interesting experience for Gay to play for the next two months on a team lacking a go-to player, until Pau Gasol returns from the injury he suffered this summer. Gay should be much more comfortable once his 7í0 teammate returns, but in the meantime, itís good for him to be put in a role where his team needs him to be assertive.




4. Rajon Rondo, Boston Celtics
21.4 minutes, 5.5 points, 3.3 assists, 3.7 rebounds, 1.1 steals, 1.9 turnovers, 39% FG

Eric Weiss

Rondo took a strong preseason performance and ran with it straight into major minutes as the backup point guard for the Celtics. Rondoís jump shooting woes have continued to hinder his otherwise impressive total floor game, as defenders are still hedging off of him at times. Rondo is at his best in the open court. He has displayed superior court vision and overall awareness for a rookie point guard. Defensively, Rondo has shown tremendous man-to-man skills. He picks up pressure at about ĺ court and forces most opponents to shield the ball. Rondo also likes to mix it up a bit inside and attempts to get offensive rebounds on occasion, though that has at times left his man free to release up court.

Rondo has shown advanced composure playing the hardest position for a rookie to master. As the season progresses, Rondo should continue to increase his aggression and attack more off the dribble. Playing on a young team and learning his teammatesí tendencies will help to speed up his learning curve because it should be easier for him to speak up and take control of situations with peers of a similar age and experience level. He has a chance to be on the All-Rookie First Team by seasonís end.





5. LaMarcus Aldridge, Portland Trailblazers
25.4 minutes, 10.3 points, 6.0 rebounds, 59% FG

Eric Weiss

After missing the beginning of the season with injury, Aldridge has really come on strong as of late. Aldridge has been finishing a high percentage of his shots, though he hasnít asserted himself as much as heís sure to do in time. Aldridge has been doing most of his damage on face up jumpers and plays off the ball, so his post game still needs some work. Aldridge hasnít blocked many shots and isnít grabbing rebounds consistently yet, though itís too early to cause concern. His agility and good hands have led to a decent amount of offensive rebounds and steals however, which is nice to see.

Itís been great to see Aldridge back on the court, and the sooner he and Roy are playing together the sooner they can start developing the chemistry theyíll need to become a formidable duo for their team. Jamaal Magloire is most likely a short time presence on Portlandís roster, and Zach Randolph may find himself in the hot seat soon if he doesnít reign in his hoops crew. If the other primary frontcourt players are moved, Aldridge will have himself a starting job. As it stands now, it looks like coach McMillan is willing to give Aldridge the minutes he needs to develop.





6. Shelden Williams, Atlanta Hawks
22.3 minutes, 5.9 points, 7.2 rebounds, 47% FG

Joseph Treutlein

Shelden Williams hasnít put up many great stat lines yet, but heís started every game for the Atlanta Hawks, and will continue to do so given their lack of big men outside of himself and teammate Zaza Pachulia. Williams pretty much never has his number called in the Hawks offense, so he has to earn just about everything he does. This is no problem for him, though, as heís an great rebounder on both ends of the court and has a tireless motor. Williamsí minutes have fluctuated a bit in the early going, but heís pulled down 13 and 15 rebounds in two of his last three games, so heíll likely be seeing more time soon. Pretty much all of Williamsí points this season have come off spot-up mid-range jumpers or offensive rebounds, though occasionally heíll get an easy dump off for a lay-up low off of guard penetration. Williamsí mid-range jumper appears to be a bit more consistent than it was at Duke, and itís quickly becoming a staple of his game out to 15 feet. Defensively, Williams already is making his man work for everything in the post, and has looked adequate when heís been forced to step out on the perimeter. He hasn't established himself on the weakside yet, though, blocking only five shots in nine games.

Williamsí offensive role has definitely changed in the NBA, in that he no longer has plays run through him, and rarely has the chance to post his man up. Given the many perimeter-oriented players on Atlanta, and the fact that Zaza Pachulia has a more than potent face-up game from either post, this isnít likely to change soon. But still, Williams is doing just fine in the role heís currently playing, and as long as he sticks to what heís doing, he should get more opportunities to expand his role in the future. In the mean time, Williams should look to focus more on disrupting shots in the lane on the weakside defensively, and continue to do everything else heís already doing.





7. Craig Smith, Minnesota Timberwolves
18.0 minutes, 8.7 points, 5.3 rebounds, 54% FG

Eric Weiss

Smith impressed coach Dwayne Casey in preseason with his work ethic and relentless approach on the court, and it won him a chance at some minutes early on. A 20-point performance in his second game kept Smith getting minutes and he hasnít looked back. Smith is best as a positional rebounder; he digs himself in under the basket and once heís got position thereís not much anyone can do about it. Smith has really been hitting the offensive glass and converting a multitude of put-backs by using his body to keep his defender pinned. Smithís biggest asset has been his ability to face-up and drive the ball, which is something a lot of people didnít think he could do.

Smith has established himself in the Minnesota rotation by using his smarts and his strength. Smithís knowledge of the game and pure physicality are a good base in which to build out the rest of his game. As it stands now, Smithís inside play will keep him in the rotation, but to increase his role heíll have to continue to refine his face-up game and become more of an offensive weapon.





8. Paul Millsap, Utah Jazz
17.1 minutes, 7.2 points, 4.8 rebounds, 55% FG

Joseph Treutlein

Millsap hasnít taken long to show the Utah Jazz why he was one of the best rebounders in the NCAA last season. Despite being drafted in the second round, Millsap is already consistently contributing for one of the best teams in the NBA, constantly attacking the glass and doing a little scoring on the low block. Even though heís only 6í8, Millsap has no trouble pulling down boards in a crowd, being relentless in going after the ball and showing good instincts in tracking the ball down. With his strong base, he also does a very good job establishing position. In the post, Millsap has used a basic arsenal of spin moves and hook shots at times, and hasnít looked to be hindered by his size.

Itís yet to be seen if Millsap will ever be more than a solid bench player in the NBA, but he has a role already, and he plays it well. Heís also played really well of late, putting up 11 points and 6.8 rebounds in his last five games. Millsap is already getting consistent minutes, on a good team, with a good coaching staff, and some good big men he gets to go up against in practice. As long as he continues to do what he does best, he should provide himself with ample opportunity to improve the other phases of his game in the future, possibly adding a mid-range jumper to his game and becoming a better perimeter defender.




9. Marcus Williams, New Jersey Nets
19.4 minutes, 6.5 points, 2.7 assists, 2.0 turnovers, 35% FG

Eric Weiss

Williams has been somewhat inconsistent on the court, but that hasnít stopped him from getting significant minutes in the backcourt behind Jason Kidd and along side him as well. Itís pretty normal for a rookie point guard to have trouble running the offense, but Williams has looked very strong working the pick and roll. His shooting touch hasnít been there, but that is probably the element of his game that needed the most work coming in, so there is no surprise there. Williams has really been passing the ball well though, and is much more effective defensively when playing alongside Kidd and taking the easier assignment.

Williams just needs to keep on working and listening to Kidd. The more he plays alongside the future Hall of Famer, the faster heíll be able to emulate Kiddís rhythm and decision-making. Williamsí teammates have been very positive about his ability and potential and with age and depth being a concern for New Jersey, Williams should have an opportunity to really solidify a significant role for himself.





10. Jorge Garbajosa, Toronto Raptors
24.3 minutes, 6.5 points, 4.9 rebounds, 1.6 assists, 1.3 steals, 36% FG

Joseph Treutlein

Jorge Garbajosa, the unconventional 29-year-old rookie, has had an up-and-down beginning to his career in American professional basketball. Garbajosa looked like he forgot his shooting touch in Europe to start the season, but has come on strong of late, putting up 10 points and 8 rebounds on 43% field-goal shooting in 33 minutes per game over his last five. Heís also moved into the starting lineup in Toronto, replacing Rasho Nesterovic at center. His three-point shooting has yet to come around, as he boasts an ugly .194 percentage from behind the arc, on 31 attempts. Garbajosaís been solid playing the pick-and-pop game, though, and should become even better as he gets more settled into the NBA. Heís taking most of his shots from just inside the arc, around the international three-point range, so heís obviously still getting adjusted. As he gets more comfortable behind the NBA arc, that should become a more consistent aspect of his game. Defensively, heís decent on the perimeter and down low, not being the most physically gifted player, but playing pretty smart defense. Like many European veterans, heís also very solid defending the pick-and-roll, something many domestic big men struggle with.

Garbajosa has had a bit of trouble adapting to the NBA, and heís definitely been inconsistent in all regards, but he should be a decent role player for Toronto for the duration of his three-year deal. His game is obviously fully developed at this age, and now itís just a matter of him growing more comfortable with the NBA three-point line and some of the rule differences in the game. He may not be their starting center for the rest of his time in Toronto, but Garbajosa should be contributing rotational minutes for awhile at the very least.




Honorable Mentions
Joseph Treutlein

Outside of the top five, things started to get real subjective with this list, and a case could certainly be made for a handful of others to have made the list. Atop of that group is definitely Kyle Lowry, someone who it hurts to keep off. Lowryís done a good job providing energy for the Memphis Grizzlies in a reserve role, playing his patented pitbull-like defense, providing excellent energy hustling for loose balls and rebounds, and also doing a pretty good job running the team. Unfortunately, Lowry broke his wrist in his November 21st game against Cleveland, and is currently out indefinitely, so it could be awhile before he finally graces this list.

Ronnie Brewer of the Utah Jazz is another player on the outside looking in, starting in place of the injured Andrei Kirilenko for the past five games. Heís averaged 9 points in 22 minutes on 61% shooting over that stretch, and when Kirilenko returns from his ankle sprain, Brewer has a chance of keeping his spot in the lineup, moving over to shooting guard and sending C.J. Miles to the bench.

With Brandon Roy out injured in Portland, some backup point guard minutes opened up, and Sergio Rodriguez stepped in for the last six games, quickly making his mark. Rodriguez put up back-to-back 8 assist nights against Minnesota and Cleveland respectively, with the first outburst coming in just 12 minutes played, albeit most of it garbage time. Rodriguezís play tailed off a bit after that, though put up 5 assists last night against New Jersey. His minutes will likely reduce or even disappear when Roy returns, but as the season goes on, he could play himself back into the rotation.

Hilton Armstrong has only played more than five minutes once this season, when he started against the Pistons on November 15th in place of the injured Tyson Chandler. On that night, he played 29 minutes, scored 17 points on 11 field-goal attempts, grabbed nine rebounds, and helped lead New Orleans to a 100-99 victory. Since then, heís been back on the bench.
 
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Weight: 175 lbs.
Birthday: 03/25/1986
28 Years Old
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29 Years Old
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5.0 Pts, 3.2 Rebs, 1.6 Asts


Sergio Rodriguez
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Physicals
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 170 lbs.
Birthday: 06/12/1986
28 Years Old
Teams:
High School:
Previous Team: Real Madrid , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #27 in 2006 Draft
by the Suns
Positions:
Current: PG,
NBA: PG,
Possible: PG
Quick Stats:
4.4 Pts, 1.4 Rebs, 1.7 Asts


Hilton Armstrong
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Physicals
Height: 6' 10"
Weight: 240 lbs.
Birthday: 11/25/1984
29 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Peekskill
Previous Team: Panathinaikos , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #12 in 2006 Draft
by the Hornets
Positions:
Current: PF/C,
NBA: PF/C,
Possible: PF
Quick Stats:
1.3 Pts, 2.4 Rebs, 0.3 Asts


Tyson Chandler
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Physicals
Height: 7' 0"
Weight: 224 lbs.
Birthday: 10/02/1982
31 Years Old
Teams:
High School: Dominguez
Previous Team: , PRO
Drafted: Rnd 1, Pick #2 in 2001 Draft
by the Clippers
Positions:
Current: F,
NBA: C,
Possible: F
Quick Stats:
8.7 Pts, 9.6 Rebs, 1.1 Asts


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