Breaking Down What Makes T.J. Warren the Most Unique 2014-15 NBA Rookie

July 22nd, 2014 by Jonathan Wasserman Leave a reply »

He just doesn't stop scoring. T.J. Warren rolls out of bed with double-digits, regardless of where he's sleeping. 

As a freshman at North Carolina State, Warren averaged 12.1 points on 62.2 percent shooting despite being used on just 19.5 percent of the team's possessions when in the game, per

And then the Wolfpack lost four starters to graduation and the pros, and also a key member off the bench who transferred. Warren's usage rate skyrocketed to 35.5 percent as a sophomore, the fifth-highest rate in the country. 

And with that, he went on to average nearly 25 points per game and find the lottery in the 2014 draft.

Warren was an offensive machine this past season at North Carolina State. At one point, he went for back-to-back 40-plus-point games and at least 30 points in four of eight tries down the stretch.

There wasn't anyone else on that team you had to focus on but Warren, yet nobody ever seemed to have an answer for him.

The machine that is Warren didn't stop racking up buckets in Las Vegas Summer League, where he ...

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