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Dezmine Wells a Terp


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Very exciting. Looking at basketball metrics, his freshman numbers are in line with the frosh stats of high 1st round pick swingmen in the last NBA draft. Looking at PER, which is a measure of productivity, and TS (Total Shooting) % and eFG (effective shooting %) which are measures of efficiency, Wells had a PER of 17.6, TS% of .57, and an eFG of .55. Bradley Beal had a 22.0 PER, TS% .58, and eFG of .53. Terrence Ross was 18.9, .56, .54. Jeremy Lamb was 20.3, .57, .55. Dion Waiters was 18.4, .52, .48. Overall, his efficiency was up there with the best of them, and his productivity was not very far behind.

I'm betting the Terps beat Kentucky - especially if Nerlens Noel is as green as I think he is.

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