Hoosiers in the NBA: Stats Through February

Nine former IU basketball stars are playing at the highest level of the game during the 2019-20 season.  We will be monitoring their seasons with monthly updates.

Below we summarize their year to date performance with NBA stats through February and provide a brief update on each player.

OG Anunoby – Toronto

Now in his third season in the league, the 22 year old Anunoby is starting to blossom in Toronto.  He had an especially productive February as his numbers went up across the board and Anunoby is now putting up career bests in every major statistical category.  He had 13 steals in his last two games while averaging 24 points and 8 rebounds in those contests.

2019-20 YTD Stats:

Games/Games Started – 59/58

MPG – 29.7 (career high)
Points – 10.7 (career high)
Rebounds – 5.4 (career high)
Assists – 1.6 (career high)
Blocks – .7 (career high)
Steals – 1.4 (career high)
FG% – .505 (career high)
3FG% – .371 (ties career high)
FT% – .700 (career high)

Thomas Bryant – Washington

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Bryant has dealt with a foot issue this season.  That caused him to miss five games in February, and his numbers have declined slightly while he is on a minutes restriction.  Bryant still has a major role for Washington and is enjoying a career best season nearly across the board.

2019-20 YTD Stats:

Games/Games Started – 34/24

MPG – 24.0 (career high)
Points – 12.4 (career high)
Rebounds – 6.9 (career high)
Assists – 2.0 (career high)
Blocks – .9 (tied – career high)
Steals – .4 (career high)
FG% – .599
3FG% – .375 (career high)
FT% – .720

Yogi Ferrell – Sacramento

Now in his fourth season in the NBA, Ferrell hasn’t been able to carve-out substantial minutes with the Kings this year.  He appeared in just five games in February.

2019-20 YTD Stats:

Games/Games Started – 43/0

MPG – 11.2
Points – 4.3
Rebounds – 1.1
Assists – 1.4
Blocks – .1
Steals – .3
FG% – .399
3FG% – .279
FT% – .857

Eric Gordon – Houston

Gordon had knee surgery earlier in the season and has missed time recently with a bruised right knee.  The former IU one-and-done star has struggled to find a rhythm this season but there is a long way to go with the Rockets seemingly set for another playoff run.

2019-20 YTD Stats:

Games/Games Started – 31/13

MPG – 28.9
Points – 14.9
Rebounds – 2.0
Assists – 1.5
Blocks – .4
Steals – .7
FG% – .374
3FG% – .326
FT% – .747


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Romeo Langford – Boston

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Langford has been able to stay healthy recently and his role has grown in Boston.  Langford’s numbers went up across the board and he has developed a reputation for his defensive play for the Celtics.

2019-20 YTD Stats:

Games/Games Started – 22/1

MPG – 11.0
Points – 2.8
Rebounds – 1.0
Assists – .2
Blocks – .3
Steals – .3
FG% – .412
3FG% – .250
FT% – .667

Juwan Morgan – Utah

Morgan’s role with the Jazz edged up slightly in February, including a game against Houston that saw him play 13 minutes and score 4 points and grab 5 rebounds.

2019-20 YTD Stats:

Games/Games Started – 16/0

MPG – 4.6
Points – 1.2
Rebounds – 1.2
Assists – 0.1
Blocks – 0.1
Steals – 0.0
FG% – .529
3FG% – .200
FT% – N/A

Victor Oladipo – Indiana

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After easing into his return that began on Jan. 29, Oladipo’s minutes rose throughout February and his numbers have improved as well after a slow start.  A back issue cost Oladipo a few games, but the 27 year old has averaged an efficient 17 points over his last two games and the Pacers have won six of seven.  Oladipo sat on March 2 with knee swelling.

2019-20 YTD Stats:

Games/Games Started – 10/7

MPG – 25.5
Points – 12.0
Rebounds – 2.7
Assists – 2.4
Blocks – 0.1
Steals – .8
FG% – .368
3FG% – .264
FT% – .769

Noah Vonleh – Denver

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Vonleh was traded to Denver in February.  The Nuggets are his sixth team during his six year career.  Vonleh only played in three games during the month.

2019-20 YTD Stats:

Games/Games Started – 32/1

MPG – 11.3
Points – 4.0
Rebounds – 3.8
Assists – .8
Blocks – .2
Steals – .3
FG% – .562 (career high)
3FG% – .200
FT% – .800 (career high)

Cody Zeller – Charlotte

Zeller continues to have one of his more productive seasons despite diminished minutes and coming off of the bench at times.

2019-20 YTD Stats:

Games/Games Started – 53/34

MPG – 23.1
Points – 11.2 (career high)
Rebounds – 7.1 (career high)
Assists – 1.5
Blocks – .5
Steals – .7
FG% – .517
3FG% – .236
FT% – .679

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