Tuesday, March 30, 2010

ACC PLAYERS DRAFTED IN THE 2009 NBA DRAFT

GERALD HENDERSON, Duke, Charlotte Bobcats No. 12, first round – Henderson has played in 40 games an average of 7:47 per game. In that time, he has averaged 2.4 points and 1.4 rebounds.

TYLER HANSBROUGH, North Carolina, Indiana Pacers, No. 13, first round – Hansbrough has been plagued by an off-season injury. He has played in 29 games averaging 17:36 and scoring 8.5 points per game to go along with 4.8 rebounds.

JAMES JOHNSON, Wake Forest, Chicago Bulls, No. 16, first round – Johnson has played in 60 games averaging almost 12 minutes, four points and two rebounds per game.

TY LAWSON, North Carolina, Minnesota Timberwolves, No. 18, first round – Lawson has been hurt as of late, but has he has played in 58 games in his rookie season averaging 21 minutes and 8.8 points and 3.2 assists.

JEFF TEAGUE, Wake Forest, Atlanta Hawks, No. 19, first round – Teague plays 9:30 minutes per night and is averaging 2.p points per game and 1.5 assists.

WAYNE ELLINGTON, North CarolinaMinnesota Timberwolves, No. 28, first round – Ellington is playing 18:30 minutes per game and averaging 6.9 points for the woeful Wolves who are currently mired in a 16 game losing streak.

TONEY DOUGLAS, Florida State, Los Angeles Lakers, No. 29, first round – Douglas, traded to the Knicks, averages 17 minutes, 7.8 points and 1.7 assists per game. He is currently starting at point guard.

DANNY GREEN, North Carolina, Cleveland Cavaliers, No. 46, second round – Green has played in sixteen games averaging six minutes and 2.4 points. He should enjoy a ride with King James deep into the NBA playoffs.

JACK McCLINTON, Miami, San Antonio Spurs, No. 51, second round – McClinton was waived by the San Antonio Spurs and then signed with Aliağa Petkim in the Turkish Basketball League. Halfway through the season he was averaging 16.1 points on 40.4% shooting and 34.1% from three-point range in 30.7 minutes.

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