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Rookies Who Scored Less Than 8 Points Per Game and Later Joined the Lakers and Magic: NBA Crossover Grid Answers for September 30

It’s Day 94 of the NBA Crossover Grid Challenge, and the latest puzzle was released on September 29th. This puzzle presents two intriguing categories for Saturday’s challenge: players who have scored 15,000 or more career points and players who averaged under 8.0 points per game during their rookie season.

Additionally, players now have the option to revisit and tackle any missed puzzles thanks to the newly introduced ‘Grid History’ feature. Now, let’s delve into the clues for this Saturday’s NBA Crossover Grid:

Grid 1: Identify a player who has played for both the Houston Rockets and the LA Lakers. Grid 2: Identify a player who has played for both the Charlotte Hornets and the LA Lakers. Grid 3: Identify a player who has played for the LA Lakers and had an average of under 8.0 points per game during their rookie season. Grid 4: Identify a player who has played for both the Houston Rockets and the Orlando Magic. Grid 5: Identify a player who has played for both the Charlotte Hornets and the Orlando Magic. Grid 6: Identify a player who has played for the Orlando Magic and had an average of under 8.0 points per game during their rookie season. Grid 7: Identify a player who has played for the Houston Rockets and has scored 15,000 or more career points. Grid 8: Identify a player who has played for the Charlotte Hornets and has scored 15,000 or more career points. Grid 9: Identify a player who had an average of under 8.0 points per game during their rookie season and has scored 15,000 or more career points.

Let’s focus on Grids 3 and 6 for this Saturday’s NBA Crossover Grid: Which players meet the criteria of having averaged under 8.0 points per game during their rookie season and have also played for both the LA Lakers and the Orlando Magic?

One notable player who fits this description is Kobe Bryant, widely regarded as one of the NBA’s all-time greats and an iconic figure in Lakers history. Surprisingly, Bryant’s rookie season saw him average just 7.6 points per game, and he only started seven games in his first two years in the league before his breakout performance in the 1998-99 season.

On the other hand, Aaron Gordon, who recently secured an NBA championship with the Denver Nuggets, had a less-than-spectacular start with the Orlando Magic. Despite being the fourth overall pick in the 2014 draft, Gordon’s rookie season saw him average a modest 5.2 points per game.

Reference:

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