The Three Stages of Dom Brown

We like to think we're as patient as anybody in Philadelphia sports not named Sam Hinkie, but even we're ready to give up on Domonic Brown after breaking down his numbers.

He has basically had two bad full seasons sandwiched around one very good quarter of a season (.327/.345/.716). And his two "bad seasons" look so similar (.232 vs. .238 / .314 vs. .295 / .379 vs. .361) that it is hard to dispute that those are Brown's true colors and his 42-game power spree last season was an anomaly.

Check out how his numbers break down HERE.