DraftExpressProfile: David West, Stats, Comparisons, and Outlook
    DraftExpress Logo
     DraftExpress Facebook      DraftExpress Twitter    DraftExpress YouTube
 
Loading
David West
Recent Tweets
All Tweets
DraftExpress: Alagappan's contention that Devin Ebanks & Hakim Warrick are just as good as LaMarcus Aldridge or David West won't gain him many fans. #SSAC
2012-03-03 01:43:08
Top 25s - Full List
RankCategoryTotal
23Pts/g19
17Pts1541
19FT%86.5
23Fga/g15.1
16Fga1226
18Fg/g7.6
25Fg/408.4
23Fg/40p8.4
13Fg619
20PF233
Team: Pacers
PhysicalsPositions SalaryMisc
H: 6' 9"
W: 226 lbs
Bday: 08/29/1980
(34 Years Old)
Current: PF
NBA:   PF
Possible: PF
Agent: Jeff Austin
Current Salary:$12,000,000
High School: Hargrave Military Academy
Hometown: Teaneck, NJ
Drafted:  Pick 18 in 2003 by Hornets

Predraft Measurements
YearSourceHeight w/o ShoesHeight w/shoesWeightWingspanStanding ReachBody FatNo Step VertMax Vert
2003NBA Pre-Draft Camp6' 8.25"6' 9.25"2267' 4.25"9' 0.5"8.028.531.5

Basic Per Game Statistics - Comprehensive Stats - Statistical Top 25s
YearLeagueNameGPMinPtsFGFGAFG%2Pt2PtA2P%3Pt3PtA3P%FTMFTAFT%OffDefTOTAstsStlsBlksTOsPFs
2014/15NBADavid West                       

Player Page  |  Player Stats  |  Related Articles  |  Add to My Draft Express 
 
NBA Scouting Reports, Southwestern Division (Part Two)
May 27, 2008
Overview: A talented young power forward who is one of the most underrated players in the game today. Not terribly tall for a power forward, but has a 7-4 wingspan, and good bulk. Not super quick or explosive. Simply knows how to play the game effectively, and has improved his skill-level dramatically thanks to his terrific work ethic and drive. Has a big heart, and is a true competitor. Tremendous offensive player from the midrange in. Very savvy rebounder. High basketball IQ. Had a distinguished four year career at Xavier. Won the A10 Player of the Year Award as a sophomore, junior, and senior. Was a First Team All-American as a senior. Really came on during his third season in the League. Has great chemistry with Chris Paul. Played in the All-Star game in 2008.

Offense: A very good offensive talent who makes a living with his ability to score from midrange. Gets about half of his offense from spot ups in the midrange and back to the basket opportunities in the low post. Displays a consistent midrange jumper which allows him to float out of the post and knock down the numerous open looks he sees. Capable ball-handler for a player at his position. Nice turnaround jump shot. Decent hook as well. Good back to the basket game, but not spectacular. Prefers to face-up and create a good scoring opportunity for himself in the mid-range, like a small forward would. Average finisher at the rimónot terribly explosive vertically. Moves well in transition and in half court settings. Takes contact well. Shoots a decent amount of free throws, at a good clip. Rebounds well on the offensive end. Sets very good screens. Displays good awareness when moving into open areas. Plays hard, smart, and with a polish beyond his years.

Defense: A very solid defensive power forward who isnít dynamic, but very serviceable. Uses his strength to his advantage, but lacks to athleticism or size to be a lock down defender. Blocks quite a few shots for a player who isnít an explosive leaper, mostly thanks to his timing and length. Knows how to use his feet to defend the post rather than using brute force alone. Uses his hands well when defending the block. Boxes out on every possession. Would rebound at a higher rate if Tyson Chandler wasnít around. Does a good job rebounding his area. Not foul prone. Plays like a veteran.
[Read Full Article]
 
© 2014 DraftExpress LLC All rights reserved.