I am a Huge Blair fan due to my strong ties to the City of Pittsburgh and my love of the Pitt Basketball Team/Program. He seems to be a modle citizen and a great teammate, in that he knows when you can mess around with the team, but also is highly devoted to win and will do whatever he can to give his team a better chance at victory. I absolutely loved when i heard the Spurs drafted him, because now he would be given an amazing opportunity to learn under one of the best PF ever in the game...... Tim Duncan ( who i admire not just for his talent on the court but also for his laid back personality).
Here are his NBA stats broken up within years. Currently has played in 13 games of his third season**
Rookie year 7.8 P/Game .5 BLK/Game 0.8 AST/Game 6.4 REB/Game 18.2 MIN/Game
Second year 8.4 P/Game .5 BLK/Game 1.0 AST/Game 7.0 REB/Game 21.4 MIN/Game
Third year ** 11.3 P/Game .3 BLK/Game 1.2 AST/Game 6.4 REB/Game 24.2 MIN/Game
These are his stats from his two college seasons playing for the University of Pittsburgh
Season 1 11.6 P/Game 1.1 BLK/Game 0.9 AST/Game 9.1 REB/Game 26.0 MIN/Game
Season 2 15.7 P/Game 1.0 BLK/Game 1.2 AST/Game 12.3 REB/Game 27.3 MIN/Game
After the jump i will use the data above to complete what his third NBA season should look like when it is over.
With another healthy year of beaning mentored by the great Timmey I really believe this will be his break out season. With one stipulation... He needs to play between 25-28 Minutes on average. If this holds true i believe his stats will be:
Well let me know what you guys think. Again i do not follow the Spurs at all, my projections came from previous stats and the fact that i know Timmey Duncan is mentoring him. I would love some feed back about this. i am really curious with how the Spurs fans view Blair.