Hoosiers in the NBA — 2017-18 Year to Date Stats Through March

Below is our monthly summary of former Indiana University men’s basketball players registering statistics in the NBA during the 2017-18 season.  All statistics are season to date and through March 31, 2018:

OG Anunoby – Toronto

Anunoby continues to start for one of the better teams in the Eastern Conference as he has built a reputation as a solid defender.

Games/Games Started – 68/56
Points – 5.8
Rebounds – 2.3
Assists – .8
Blocks – .2
Steals – .7
FG% – .462
3FG% – .360
FT% – .632

Thomas Bryant – Los Angeles

Bryant has been back and forth between the Lakers and the G-League.  His last appearance in a Laker game was March 26, at Detroit.

Games/Games Started – 11/0
Points – 1.0
Rebounds – .5
Assists – .2
Blocks – 0
Steals – 0
FG% – .333
3FG% – .200
FT% – .667

Yogi Ferrell – Dallas

Ferrell continues to get big minutes and play an important role for the Mavericks including spot starting duty.  He has scored in double figures in 8 of his last 9 games, averaging 13.3 PPG in that stretch.

Games/Games Started – 76/21
Points – 10.4 (career high)
Rebounds – 3.2 (career high)
Assists – 2.4
Blocks – .1
Steals – .8
FG% – .429 (career high)
3FG% – .374
FT% – .798

Eric Gordon – Houston

Gordon is getting hot at the right time for the West leading Rockets.  He increased his 3-point percentage from .335 to .362 during the month by shooting 51% from distance during the month of March.

Games/Games Started – 66/29
Points – 18.3
Rebounds – 2.5
Assists – 2.2
Blocks – .4
Steals – .6
FG% – .431
3FG% – .362
FT% – .814

Victor Oladipo – Indiana

As one of the best stories in the league this year, NBA All-Star Victor Oladipo has led the Pacers into the NBA playoffs.  He continues to lead the NBA in steals per game.

Games/Games Started – 70/70
Points – 23.2 (career high)
Rebounds – 5.3 (career high)
Assists – 4.1 (ties career high)
Blocks – .7
Steals – 2.3 (LEADS NBA, career high)
FG% – .471 (career high)
3FG% – .364 (career high)
FT% – .810

Noah Vonleh – Chicago

The trade to the Bulls has led to increased minutes and statistical output.  In the 19 games since the trade, Vonleh is averaging 4 minutes, more than 3 points and nearly 3 rebounds above his career averages.

Games/Games Started – 52/16
Points – 5.0 (career high)
Rebounds – 5.9 (career high)
Assists – .6 (career high)
Blocks – .3
Steals – .3
FG% – .445
3FG% – .297
FT% – .643

Troy Williams – New York

Williams was released by the Rockets and picked up by the Knicks in February.  The move has worked out great thus far.  Williams is playing 17 minutes a game for New York and averaging 7.5 points and 3.5 rebounds during that 17 game stretch while shooting 49% from the field.

Games/Games Started – 21/1
Points – 6.3 (career high)
Rebounds – 3.0 (career high)
Assists – .8 (tied, career high)
Blocks – .2
Steals – 1.0 (career high)
FG% – .468 (career high)
3FG% – .289
FT% – .667 (career high)

Cody Zeller – Charlotte

Zeller continues to deal with knee issues and only appeared in three games in March.

Games/Games Started – 33/0
Points – 7.1
Rebounds – 5.4
Assists – .9
Blocks – .6
Steals – .4
FG% – .545
3FG% – .667
FT% – .718

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