Originally Posted by thejoyofsobe
He averaged 9 points and 7 rebounds with decent blocks and good steals after the Ben Wallace trade. For a rookie who missed all of summer league and the preseason with a shoulder injury he performed pretty well down the stretch. Considering he and Aaron Gray are the only centers on Chicago's roster I would feel pretty good about using a late pick on him.
Took the words ..right from my keyboard!
Not to mention Noah knows coming into the year he's going to be playing significant minutes and as we speak preparing for it. I really wouldn't be surprised if he averages ..10 10 and 2 with a decent/to good FG % ...