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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

3PT%

FT%

SPG

BPG

RPG

APG

PPG

2001-02 West Windsor Plainsboro-North H.S.

Stats Were Not Available

2001-02 Solebury Prep H.S.

Transfer Student

2002-03 Solebury Prep H.S.

Stats Were Not Available

2003-04 St. Joseph's H.S.

16

58.0

N/A

47.7

N/A

6.0

13.0

N/A

16.0

2004-05 St. Joseph's H.S.

16

62.0

N/A

54.0

N/A

5.3

16.8

N/A

22.4

2YR H.S. Totals

32

60.0

N/A

50.8

N/A

5.6

14.9

N/A

19.2

Comments   

0 #3 Fab 2008-01-17 10:17
Man just look at how he plays he is beatin dis year..nd he has great size nd great strength..also he is a good Pick And Roll player jus throw him a lob anywhere he'll go up nd get it with his increddible wingspan.[smiley=happy]
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0 #2 jonboy 2007-09-11 08:51
Maybe...maybe not. Who knows. What if Greg Oden's repeated health issues turn him into a bust?[smiley=think]
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0 #1 Matt Havlicek 2007-09-11 04:53
Personally I think Andrew has more potential than Oden. He has 2 years of NBA experience under his belt and he is only 3 months older than Greg. Andrew has grown to a legit 7'1" and weighs over 300 pounds yet he is quick and athletic. He is developing very good post moves, he is already a great shot blocker, he is a good natural passer and he is a strong rebounder. Best Case for him is Shaq and Worst Case at this point is Eddy Curry although he is already a better shot blocker and rebounder than Curry.
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