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Name  Henry Sims
Born  3/27/1990
Height  6-10
Weight  248
College  Georgetown
Home Town  Baltimore, MD
High School  Mount Saint Joseph
10/29 @Indiana231040213400014
10/31 @Milwaukee25730135810012
11/1 Miami27940113420101
11/3 Houston13210004410010
11/5 Orlando23310126823032
11/7 Chicago261671153850023
11/9 @Toronto281250253831012
11/13 @Dallas16410223501101
11/14 @Houston301460203310312
11/17 @San Antonio28930308811023
11/19 Boston311460234710002
11/21 Phoenix21520134702000
11/22 @New York18620203302014
11/24 Portland342280613411033
11/26 Brooklyn261260027902022
11/29 Dallas241350332511022
12/1 San Antonio241252014500004
12/3 @Minnesota251040224611022
12/5 Oklahoma City231040211210020
12/6 @Detroit27941004411123
12/10 @Atlanta13100104400010
12/12 @Brooklyn231460240401022
12/13 Memphis221250205531012
12/15 Boston16510313410002
Season Total566231934414089129261863048
2013; Signed with Cleveland...2014: Traded to Philadelphia with Earl Clark and two second round draft picks for Spencer Hawes, Feb. 20th.

Took advantage of his increased role in the Georgetown offense during his senior season after being a role player his first three years, averaging 11.6 ppg, 6.0 rpg, 3.5 apg and 1.4 bpg in 2011-12...Played his best at the end of the season, recording back-to-back double-doubles of at least 20 points and 13 rebounds against Pittsburgh and Cincinnati in the Big East Conference Tournament...A skilled and multi-faceted big man...An excellent passer for his size, showing great feel and vision while distributing the ball effectively...A solid athlete who is mobile if not very explosive...Has an array of moves in the post, but is still pretty raw...Rather clumsy when moving without the ball and he is not a great offensive rebounder...Always gives maximum effort at the defensive end, but lacks the physical strength and toughness to go toe-to-toe with other NBA bigs...Rough around the edges, but steady improvement in college suggests he could be a decent developmental pick.