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— Michael Adelman (@Templeowl) January 7, 2014
Thaddeus Young is having a career season. Entering Tuesday night he was averaging 18.4 points, 6.8 rebounds and shooting 41.3 percent from behind the arc. At his position, a stretch-four or traditional three, there are only a handful of players who boast the numbers Young is averaging.
Kevin Durant, LeBron James, Kevin Love and Carmelo Anthony, along with Young, were the only forwards in the NBA as of Tuesday night averaging at least 18.0 points and 6.5 rebounds and shooting a minimum of 37.5 percent from long distance.
On top of his play, the quality person that Young is stands out.
“He is a good person, who puts in a lot of time exploring different skills at 25 years old,” Brett Brown said Monday when Young received Eastern Conference Player of the Week honors. “It is 25 years young really.
“Those types of people you want in your program, you want to build your program with those types of people. I respect his (Young’s) heart and he brings that effort and how can that not be a good thing for Michael Carter-Williams to look at or Nerlens [Noel] to see.”
It certainly sounds to me that Brown agrees with your sentiments.