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OG Anunoby - SF, 6'8, 235
Toronto Raptors - Drafted 23rd overall in 2017
       Date of birth: 07/17/1997
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): 23rd pick, 2017
     Out of: Indiana
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Right

2017 NBA Draft NBA Drafted 23rd overall by Toronto.
7th July, 2017 NBA Signed four year, $9,751,915 rookie scale contract with Toronto. Included team options for 2019/20 and 2020/21.
When: Where:
2015 - 2017 Indiana (NCAA)
July 2017 - present Toronto Raptors (NBA)
From blog:

   NBA Fantasy Preview - 15th November 2017

Starting in place of injured guard Norman Powell last game saw Anunoby return his best stat line of his NBA career thus far with 16 points, 2 rebounds, an assist, a steal and 22.9 fantasy points. Consistent for a rookie, Anunoby records double figure fantasy points in every game (apart from one 9.9 point performance for which we will give him a mulligan), and the output is ticking upwards while the price remains the same. Powell looks likely to miss tonight’s game, too, so Anunoby may do that sort of performance again.

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   NBA Fantasy Preview - 9th November 2017

Essentially Powell’s backup, Anunoby has been the recipient of consistent minutes in his rookie campaign, and responded with consistent production. The athletic wing handles the ball little, yet uses the transition game, timely straight-line drives, spot-up shooting and a willingness to pass on the move to average 5.4 points, 2.4 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 0.9 steals per game. And while those numbers do not wow, they do mean a 13 fantasy point per game average for the price of an inactive list player, which is not easy to find any more.

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