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Minutes per Game: 24.8
Field Goal Success: 44.8%
Points per Game: 10.4
Miscellaneous: Sank seven treys in first half versus Wake Forest
Andre Dawkins has consistently gotten better with each season at Duke, or at least he has in points per game.
Dawkins has plastered double-digit totals in his last four matches, combining for a whopping 69 points.
He may have been spot on the first half of the Wake Forest game, but both he and the Blue Devils could benefit from an improvement in his field goal success to above 50 percent. Right now, his average shooting percentage is respectable, but it is not enough to back up his bold claim, “I feel like every shot I put up is going to go in.”
Offense withstanding, most critics would say he needs to improve his defensive game. His stat sheet says it all, with less than two rebounds, 0.1 blocks and 0.5 steals per game.
Duke fans love to shout, “Dre all day”—it was heard quite clearly over the airwaves against Wake Forest—but it would be nice to see him improve in other facets as well.
Regardless, he consistently fills the role of a playmaker when he sees the court.
Final Grade: B+