Who is Vitor Faverani?

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    Who is Vitor Faverani?

    So far, all I see is that he can shoot his foul shots and take up space?

    Has anyone found stats on him for blocks?

    His rebound numbers look awfully low?

    What does DA see in him?

     
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    Re: Who is Vitor Faverani?

    In response to MitchUnderpants' comment:

    So far, all I see is that he can shoot his foul shots and take up space?

    Has anyone found stats on him for blocks?

    His rebound numbers look awfully low?

    What does DA see in him?



    Who knows right? only DA knows.. DA knows more than all of us here thats for sure

     
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    Re: Who is Vitor Faverani?

    Beefy backup center.

    Here are his highlights....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8La7ljzRPk

     
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    Beefy backup center.

    Here are his highlights....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8La7ljzRPk



    I see alot of fundamentals. Cant rely only on dunks/highlights/athleticism. I say, good pick by DA

     
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    Looks like the guy to play here, while Iverson plays in Europe.

     

    I should say the guy who sits on the END of the bench and tells Fab about how much he's gonna like playing "over the pond" next year.

     

    come on guys...does ANYONE really think think guy is some "hidden talent"?

     

    if he is he's HIDDEN it for 7 years now!

     

     

    thank you very much...I'll bere at the Celtics lounge all week.

     

    make sure to tip your waitress and bartender, please.

     
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    I'm guessing that Iverson and Faverani make the roster. Fab is off to the D-League for another year. I guess the upside is that between Iverson and Faverani, they will have 12 fouls to send a message of "no easy buckets". I doubt either does much offensively save for put backs.

     
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    I'm guessing that Iverson and Faverani make the roster. Fab is off to the D-League for another year. I guess the upside is that between Iverson and Faverani, they will have 12 fouls to send a message of "no easy buckets". I doubt either does much offensively save for put backs.




    wow, so you think all THREE make our roster!!

     

    that leaves 12 spots if we have a full 15 (maybe, but  doubt it)

     

    who plays center for the Celtics then?

     

     
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    In response to MitchUnderpants' comment:

    So far, all I see is that he can shoot his foul shots and take up space?

    Has anyone found stats on him for blocks?

    His rebound numbers look awfully low?

    What does DA see in him?


    His rebound numbers are not low,as a matter of fact the best rebounder in the Spanish league won with 6.2 rebounds per game.He only played 17 minutes per game because there is rule in the league that alloud teams to only use 3 import players at a time.Teams have about 10 import players so they have to give minutes to all of them.In his team 14 players played over 10 minutes or more.

     
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    Re: Who is Vitor Faverani?

    give this guy a chance.  he is certainly a low risk signing at this time, did not cost any players of draft picks, and is probably better than melo already.

    if nothing else, he is young, probably under-coached so far in his career, is big in height and not some skinny bean pole.  the you tube videos show that he can move at least reasonably well, too.

    let him show up for preseason camp, look at him in practices, let him play in some exhibition games and then make a more detailed opinion of him.

     
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    I won't be surprised if Faverani is part of the rotation this coming season.



    He'll start.

     
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    I won't be surprised if Faverani is part of the rotation this coming season.

    He'll start.

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    Exactly what I was thinking.

    When was the last time we had a real center with skills? Shaq maybe?

     

     
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    AGAIN...lol...this guy hasn't played against NBA competition...being hailed as a tough guy in the european league doesn't strike fear in my heart...let's see how he does against a true thug punk like Kenyon Martin...if he can take an elbow to the throat from Martin and then send Martin four rows into the stands in retaliation then I'll believe...until then, he's just another body...

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    Again... you said Olynyk was a terrible pick and Ainge should be fired... why are we listening to your player talent analysis again?
     
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    We still haven't signed Faverani yet, have we?

     
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    So far, all I see is that he can shoot his foul shots and take up space?

    Has anyone found stats on him for blocks?

    His rebound numbers look awfully low?

    What does DA see in him?

     


    His rebound numbers are not low,as a matter of fact the best rebounder in the Spanish league won with 6.2 rebounds per game.He only played 17 minutes per game because there is rule in the league that alloud teams to only use 3 import players at a time.Teams have about 10 import players so they have to give minutes to all of them.In his team 14 players played over 10 minutes or more.

     



    Wow, well I'll give you props cause everyone else ignored you.

     

    THANK YOU for helping to qualify his numbers. If those three factors limited his game, then essentially he could be a lot more productive than you'd think at first glance. Good stuff

     
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    We still haven't signed Faverani yet, have we?

    The first two years of the contract are guarantieed and the last one no.



    Celts already signed him to a 3-year deal.

     




     
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    We still haven't signed Faverani yet, have we?

     



    Celts already signed him to a 3-year deal.

     




    Ainge said he has not been signed yet.

     
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    Ainge said he has not been signed yet.

     

     


    According to Yahoo! Sports’ Marc J. Spears, the Celtics have agreed to terms on a three-year deal for Brazilian center Vitor Faverani.

    http://boston.cbslocal.com/2013/07/16/report-celtics-sign-brazilian-center-vitor-faverani/




    Ainge said Faverani has not been signed yet.

    Though there have been rumors about the Celtics possibly signing 6-foot-11-inch Brazilian center Vitor Faverani, Celtics president of basketabll operations Danny Ainge said, “We are still in discussions . . . that’s all I know.”

    Yahoo! Sports reported Monday that the center had agreed in principle to a three-year deal with the Celtics.

    http://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/2013/07/15/source-former-bulls-lead-assistant-ron-adams-join-celtics/ERADBR56T6ftqvrJE4CoXL/story.html

     
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    Re: Who is Vitor Faverani?

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    In response to MitchUnderpants' comment:

    Thank you for the information.Some folks jump to conclusions without all the informations.Good post.

     

     

    So far, all I see is that he can shoot his foul shots and take up space?

    Has anyone found stats on him for blocks?

    His rebound numbers look awfully low?

    What does DA see in him?

     

     


    His rebound numbers are not low,as a matter of fact the best rebounder in the Spanish league won with 6.2 rebounds per game.He only played 17 minutes per game because there is rule in the league that alloud teams to only use 3 import players at a time.Teams have about 10 import players so they have to give minutes to all of them.In his team 14 players played over 10 minutes or more.

     

     

     



    Wow, well I'll give you propscause everyone else ignored you.

     

     

    THANK YOU for helping to qualify his numbers. If those three factors limited his game, then essentially he could be a lot more productive than you'd think at first glance. Good stuff




     
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