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Thread: Welcome Quincy Acy

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    I see a Acy player tee in my near future
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    Quote pakdawgie wrote: View Post
    Acy might be ok but the thing is that you can pick up a guy like him on the cheap any time (ie. Reggie, Dorsey, Rolando Balkman, etc..). Why not use the second round pick to take a very low risk, high reward gamble like Miller? Boggles my mind.
    Balkman wwas a ere first round picks.

    Dorsey was 32.

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    He's gonna look good in red and black.

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    Personally i'd like to see them use the black unis fulltime but thats for another thread
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    Quote Matt52 wrote: View Post
    Short answer: yes.

    He was 6'7.75" in shoes. He is 3/4 of an inch shorter than Reggie Evans and taller than Faried by 1/4 inch - longer wingspan than both. Jason Maxiell is 6'6.25" with a 7'4" wingspan. Paul Millsap is 6'7.25" with a 7'1.25" winspan.


    All measurements in shoes.
    I didn't realize Millsap was that short. I'm sure the few inches makes even less difference for 2nd unit guys. I'm sure BC likes the lineup flexibility that Gray (C), Amir (C/PF), Acy (PF/SF), Kleiza (PF/SF) and JJ (PF/SF/SG?) would provide on the 2nd unit... they could go big or small, giving all sorts of looks, depending on the opposition and the in-game situation.

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    Quote Matt52 wrote: View Post
    Balkman wwas a ere first round picks.

    Dorsey was 32.
    I meant that those are the types of guys that you can pick up right now, today if the Raps wanted to fill the need (i.e. they can sign Dorsey next week). No need to waste a pick on it.

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    January 6, 2012

    After a breakout junior season, Quincy Acy is continuing his strong play as a senior, making some subtle improvements to his game, being a key player on Baylor's #4 ranked squad, and continuing to be a regular fixture on Sportscenter highlight reels.

    The first thing to notice about Acy is he's finally gotten around to filling out his frame some, adding some lean mass to get thicker in the upper body without sacrificing any athleticism for it. He's still undersized by power forward standards and probably isn't capable of adding much more bulk without negative side effects, but this should help him finishing through contact projecting to the next level, and certainly will be useful if he figures out how to apply it on the defensive end.

    On the offensive end, Acy has shown some minor strides with a few of his skills, looking more comfortable in most areas and continuing to round out his game. He's seeing even more touches playing with his back to the basket this season after a big increase last year, and does a very good job finishing against