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Old 07-10-2010, 09:38 AM   #15
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Thye 12 man roster released by the Times-Picayune, updated July 1, 2010 still has July 1, 2009 roster listed...tryin to find a complete 12 man roster for 2010
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Old 07-10-2010, 09:43 AM   #16
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Aubrey Coleman: Pop quiz: Who led the NCAA in scoring last season? That would be Coleman, who averaged 25.6 points per game at Houston. Despite being a fierce rebounder for his size, Coleman had a hard time shaking the critics who see him as an undersized, inefficient streetballer -- which means Summer League is a nearly perfect venue for Coleman to show off his talents.



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Always pulling for the underdog... can never have too many scorers right? and he can play defense

Coleman's saving grace is the contributions he makes on the boards and on the defensive end, where he plays with high intensity consistently, putting his physical tools to use to disrupt the opposition. He approaches the game with a high motor in general, and his offensive problems appear to be more about not having much familiarity with team basketball than him being selfish. Coleman lacks a significant amount of high-level experience, as he did not play much basketball in high school, went to a junior college, and then played in an extremely loose system under Tom Penders at Houston.

Coleman is not a lock to get picked after the way he looked in Portsmouth, but it's clear he's still a very talented player who can contribute in multiple areas. That may make some team willing to take a chance on him, believing they can smooth out his rough edges offensively. Even if he doesn’t get drafted, he will have plenty of opportunities to make a roster down the road, be it by attending a team’s training camp or by working his way up through the D-League.


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i only watched first half, but Cusworth didnt impress me then(mighta had a good 2nd half)....i think tehchampion140 might be talking about #55 with the kyle korver hair, and last name starting with S, he was 4-5 when i had the game on
That's the one. Cusworth didn't look good, poor offense and minimal defense. 55, however, had a nice jumpshot going but I didn't pay attention to his defense. He looks like a solid back-up at center.
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That's the one. Cusworth didn't look good, poor offense and minimal defense. 55, however, had a nice jumpshot going but I didn't pay attention to his defense. He looks like a solid back-up at center.
My bad. His name is Sean Sonderleiter, 6'11 Center from Iowa.

http://www.nba.com/summerleague2010/teams/hornets/

They must have just added him to the roster the day before or on the day of the first game yesterday because he wasn't on the roster when I first checked.
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I'm most impressed with Hines. And I heard a pretty awesome stat that the only players in NCAA history to get 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds, and 300 blocks are David Robinson, Shaq, Derrick Coleman, Alonzo Mourning, Tim Duncan, and Kyle Hines.

All but Hines were #1 overall picks. And Hines is the only one shorter than 6'10". Impressive. Very impressive. He's that kind of wide body, super strong, get under people with leverage and pull down the rebies we sorely need.

Also, he might not even be a full 6'6", but he's got a near 7'2" wingspan. That's just nuts.
agreed, i liked hines alot, he led game in rebounds with 12
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Hines reminds me of Barkley a little. Hines has more hype than you would think. He is just always looked over because he is "too short" to play PF and "not athletic enough" to play SF. I think he could be a really good bench guy for us.

Also, does anyone have a scouting report on Sean Sonderleiter? I couldn't find anything...
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Hines reminds me of Barkley a little. Hines has more hype than you would think. He is just always looked over because he is "too short" to play PF and "not athletic enough" to play SF. I think he could be a really good bench guy for us.

Also, does anyone have a scouting report on Sean Sonderleiter? I couldn't find anything...
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