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Noah Vonleh - PF, 6'10, 240
Portland Trail Blazers - Acquired via trade in June 2015
       Date of birth: 08/24/1995
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): 9th pick, 2014
     Out of: Indiana
  NBA Experience: 3 years
  Hand: Right

2014 NBA Draft NBA Drafted 9th overall by Charlotte.
25th July, 2014 NBA Signed four year, $11,418,513 rookie scale contract with Charlotte. Included team options for 2016/17 and 2017/18.
24th June, 2015 NBA Traded by Charlotte, along with Gerald Henderson, to Portland in exchange for Nic Batum.
30th September, 2015 NBA Portland exercised 2016/17 team option.
24th October, 2016 NBA Portland exercised 2017/18 team option.
When: Where:
2013 - 2014 Indiana (NCAA)
June 2014 - June 2015 Charlotte Hornets (NBA)
June 2015 - present Portland Trail Blazers (NBA)
From blog:

   Golden State and Portland recorded almost identical post-All Star game records, but only one of them has more in reserve

[...] However, while stopping short of saying the Blazers are a three-man team, they are nevertheless short in the supporting cast. The rest of the pieces still do not fit, and, save for some offense from Allen Crabbe and the well-intended defense of forward pairing Al-Farouq Aminu and Mo Harkless (along with the occasionally big rebounding night from a rejuvenated Noah Vonleh, who seems to thrive alongside Nurkic), Portland has little else to turn to.

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   2017 NBA Manifesto

Noah Vonleh
PF, 6’10, 240lbs, 21 years old, 3 years of experience

In and out of the line-up, Vonleh rebounded well and was spry, playing with good energy. Yet the stretch potential he arrived into the league with is not coming to fruition. Indeed, he is not doing much offensively other than crash the glass, dunking when set up and occasionally making a mid-ranger. Vonleh’s inconsistency was striking, with some games completely absent versus the occasional big double-double, and he is a much better player when he is aggressive. Considering how winnable the team’s power forward spot is, playing with Davis’s aggression will win him the spot, considering he has more talent with the ball than Davis.

Player Plan: One year of rookie scale salary remaining. Eligible for an extension, which is not the worst idea if he can be had cheap.

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   NBA Fantasy Preview - 27th November 2017

Profiled before his last game, Vonleh came through again, recording 8 points, 10 rebounds, 2 assists and a block for a 26 fantasy point night. At this price, this is a high yield, and with regular power forward starter Al-Farouq Aminu still out tonight through injury, Vonleh is once again a good potential fantasy value pick.

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   NBA Fantasy Preview - 25th November 2017

It appears that Al-Farouq Aminu is still not quite ready to return, and if he does not, Vonleh will continue to start, just as he has done over the last three games. Included in that span have been rebounding performances of 18 and 11, as Vonleh continues to do what he does best. With season averages of 4.6 points and 7.6 rebounds, the quirky Vonleh has continued his slow progression into a rebounding specialist, and contributes little outside of that. But he contributes enough of that to be relevant as a value pick here.

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   NBA Fantasy Preview - 15th November 2017

Vonleh starts at power forward in the absence of Al-Farouq Aminu, and although he is not a hugely productive player, he has warmed up after a particularly slow start. Serving best as a rebounder, Vonleh has averaged 7.3 rebounds over the last three games on his way to an 18.8 fantasy point per game average over that span. It is not much, but if you have little left to spend on your final roster spot, consider him as a candidate.

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