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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

3PT%

FT%

SPG

BPG

RPG

APG

PPG

2006-07 Maccabi

26

51.1

47.9

70.6

1.0

0.5

2.9

1.1

11.2

2007-08 Maccabi

25

49.7

30.2

73.8

0.4

0.3

4.0

1.5

11.2

2008-09 Maccabi

21

63.7

42.5

75.0

0.8

0.2

4.4

1.8

12.6

Totals

72

54.5

40.3

72.6

0.7

0.3

3.8

1.5

11.7

 

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0 #2 Guest 2009-02-25 03:33
Caspi is a solid pick, not the usual european role player but a complete package. Will not be a star but can he be a very nice SF. Only problem- many NBA teams don't realy play basketball, and Caspi needs a smart game where the ball is moving and his great movement and basketball IQ gives him the advantage. in the right team he can be a solid 12 point 6 rebound 2 asist SF.
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0 #1 Guest 2008-05-06 22:38
He is the real deal. Casspi is one of the better players in euroleague and he's only 19. I liken his game to be an Israeli Ronnie Brewer. He's a tough player who knows how to get open, and is an intelligent offensive player who takes smart shots and good angles to the hoop by going off a variety of cuts and really can drive to the hoop and finish with tenacity or an occasional thunderous jam. He knows how to find the open spaces, and he will also make a key steal or block in crucial moments. I really like his toughness and skill around the hoop, and he can stretch the defenses a little bit. He would be an ideal pick in the 20s, given his stellar play in the 2008 euroleague finals, and in the 2007 Nike Hoops Summit, and has a game that is better suited towards the NBA. He would be a great pick because he does not back down from any challenge which is a rarity nowadays from most of today's players.
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