VCU Rams Will Have Lethal Scoring Duo In 2013-14 College Basketball Season
The VCU Rams seem to be getting better with age, at least ever since Shaka Smart took over at head coach. VCU may possibly have its best team yet in the 2013-14 college basketball season. The Rams will also have a lethal scoring duo to say the least next season.
In comes Treveon Graham and Juvonte Reddic. You may have heard of them, since both players averaged right around 15 points per game this season. Graham led VCU with 15.1 points per game, while Reddic was not too far behind, putting up 14.6 points per game.
Reddic will be playing in his senior year, while Graham will be a junior. These two have different playing styles, but that is what makes them so good together.
Graham made 52 threes on the year and Reddic only shot six. Graham is a guard, whereas Reddic is a forward. However, both were pretty good when it came to rebounding, combining for 13.9 rebounds per game.
Both players are pretty efficient shooters, despite their shot ranges being different, but their shots result in points and that is all that matters.
These are not the only two good players on VCU, but they are the leading scorers and they will be a very hard tandem to stop. Who knows how many points they will combine for next year, but usually players get better and better in college as new seasons take place, which could be very scary for anyone not named VCU. This tandem along with a number of other different reasons could result in one of the best year’s in school history for the Rams.
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