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  • SportVu Player Tracking, DeMar DeRozan

    http://stats.nba.com/playerTracking.html


    Pull Up Shots: Any jump shot outside 10 feet where a player took 1 or more dribbles before shooting.
    Sorted by Pull up Shots FGA per game
    Top 25- http://stats.nba.com/playerTrackingP...&sortOrder=DES

    (FGA/eFG%)
    1-Curry-10.3/50.9%
    8-Carmelo-7.4/38.5%
    9-Beal-7.2/38.4%
    10-Demar-7.0/34.3%
    11-George-7.0/40.9%
    12-Rudy(TOR)-6.8/43.5%
    13-Durant-6.8/49.1%
    19-Harden-6.1/42.9%
    Afflao-5.9/46.1%
    Wade-4.7/39.3%
    Lebron-4.3/41.6%

    Sorted by Pull up Shots 3P FGA per game
    http://stats.nba.com/playerTrackingP...&sortOrder=DES

    (3PFGA/3PFG%)
    1-Curry-5.2/36.5%
    6-Harden-2.8/25.3%
    14-George-2.0/20.9%
    Durant-1.5/50.0%
    Lebron-1.2/27.5%
    Carmelo-1.2/27.8
    Rudy(TOR)-1.0/41.2%
    Afflao-1.0/28.1%
    Beal-0.8/47.1%
    Demar-0.5/17.6%
    Wade-0.2/25.0%

    Midrange Pull up Shots per game(FGA-3PFGA=Midrange FGA)
    (MRFGA/FG%)
    Demar-6.5/35.3%
    Beal-6.4/34.3%
    Carmelo-6.2/38.7%
    Rudy(TOR)-5.8/41.3%
    Durant-5.3/41.5%
    George-5.0/44.0%
    Afflalo-4.9/46.9%
    Wade-4.5/40.0%
    Harden-4.3/37.2%
    Lebron-3.1/41.9%

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    Catch and Shoot: Any jump shot outside of 10 feet where a player possessed the ball for 2 seconds or less and took no dribbles.

    Sorted by Catch and Shoot FGA per game
    Top 25- http://stats.nba.com/playerTrackingC...&sortOrder=DES

    (FGA/eFG%)
    1-R.Anderson(7.4/61.0%)
    7-Beal-6.1/57.5%
    15-Afflao-5.5/61.6%
    19-Demar-5.3/50.9%
    23-George-5.1/68.6%
    Carmelo-4.8/57.0%
    Durant-4.6/52.2%
    Harden-3.8/57.9%
    Rudy(TOR)-2.8/50.0%
    Lebron-2.1/75.0%
    Wade-1.8/50.0%

    Sorted by Catch and Shoot 3P FGA per game
    http://stats.nba.com/playerTrackingC...&sortOrder=DES

    (3PFGA/3P%)
    1-R.Anderson-6.5/42.4%
    13-Beal-4.4/45.4%
    15-George-4.2/48.6%
    Afflao-3.6/44.9%
    Harden-3.5/38.4%
    Durant-3.1/38.7%
    Demar-2.6/34.1%
    Carmelo-2.6/40.3%
    Rudy(TOR)-2.1/37.1%
    Lebron-1.7/54.4%
    Wade-0.5/46.2%

    Midrange catch and Shoot FGA per game(FGA-3PFGA=MRFGA)
    (MRFGA/FG%)
    Demar-2.7/51.8%
    Carmelo-2.2/54.5%
    Afflao-1.9/52.6%
    Beal-1.7/29.4%
    Durant-1.5/40.0%
    Wade-1.3/46.1%
    George-0.9/55.5%
    Rudy(TOR)-0.7/28.5%
    Lebron-0.4/50.0%
    Harden-0.3/33.3%

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    Drives: Any touch that starts at least 20 feet of the hoop and is dribbled within 10 feet of the hoop and excludes fast breaks.
    Drives per game
    Top 25- http://stats.nba.com/playerTrackingD...&sortOrder=DES

    (drives per game/FG%)
    1-Lawson-10.6/51.3%
    23-Wade-6.7/53.8%
    24-Rudy(TOR)-6.6/33.3%
    Demar-6.5/52.9%
    Harden-6.3/49.5%
    Lebron-6.3/62.8%
    Durant-5.4/55.7%
    Beal-3.1/50.0%
    Afflalo-3.1/41.1%
    George-3.1/44.2%
    Carmelo-2.6/48.9%

    Team PPG on drives(the number of points a team has accumalated on drives by this player)
    Top 25- http://stats.nba.com/playerTrackingD...&sortOrder=DES
    1-Ellis-12.8
    17-Demar-8.0
    19-Wade-8.0
    25-Harden-7.5
    Durant-7.4
    Lebron-7.3
    Rudy(TOR)-6.4
    George-4.1
    Beal-3.5
    Afflalo-3.5
    Carmelo-3.1

    Team points per drive(Team PPG on drives/Drives per game=Team points per drive)
    (Team points per drive)
    Durant-1.37
    George-1.32
    Wade-1.19
    Demar-1.23
    Harden-1.19
    Carmelo-1.19
    Lebron-1.15
    Beal-1.12
    Afflalo-1.12
    Rudy(TOR)-0.96

    Front Court Touches per game:The number of times a player touches and possesses the ball on their team's offensive half of the court
    Top 25- http://stats.nba.com/playerTrackingT...&sortOrder=DES

    (Front Court touches/Points per half court touch/Time of possession,minutes)
    1-Kemba-87.4/0.21/7.0
    2-Wall-86.9/0.23/8.2
    3-Paul-84.6/0.23/7.4
    6-Lowry-78.5/0.20/6.7
    Lebron-60.7/0.42/4.3
    Harden-60.0/0.42/4.8
    George-56.9/0.41/3.2
    Demar-53.1/0.40/2.9
    Durant-53.0/0.55/2.9
    Carmelo-52.4/0.50/3.3
    Afflalo-52.3/0.40/2.6
    Beal-47.9/0.37/2.1
    Wade-46.3/0.42/2.9
    Rudy(TOR)-45.1/0.43/3.0

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    Rebound chances per game
    Top 25- http://stats.nba.com/playerTrackingR...&sortOrder=DES

    (REB chances/REB%)
    1-Love-20.3/65.4%
    Carmelo-12.5/69.3%
    Durant-10.9/75.8%
    Rudy(TOR)-10.6/65.2%
    George-9.6/61.8%
    Lebron-9.0/73.9%
    Harden-7.7/62.9%
    Wade-7.6/64.9%
    Afflalo-7.4/60.9%
    Demar-6.7/62.6%
    Beal-6.0/64.2%

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    Assist opportunities per game
    Top 25- http://stats.nba.com/playerTrackingP...&sortOrder=DES

    (Assist opportunities/FT Assists/Secondary Assists/PTS created by assist per 48)
    1-Paul-20.9/0.9/2.2/34.7
    23-Lebron-11.9/0.5/1.2/20.7
    Harden-11.2/0.4/1.0/14.9
    Durant-9.0/0.5/0.6/14.5
    Wade-8.6/0.4/1.0/16.1
    Afflao-7.9/0.3/0.7/11.6
    George-7.5/0.5/0.7/10.9
    Demar-7.3/0.3/0.6/10.6
    Carmelo-6.3/0.3/0.7/8.6
    Beal-5.6/0.1/0.6/9.3
    Rudy(TOR)-5.2/0.4/0.5/8.1
    Last edited by bobbybutler; Wed Jan 8th, 2014, 01:02 PM.

  • #2
    Good work bro! Not let me simplify.

    Derozan shoots too many jumpers, and only makes the clean looks when his feet are set.

    Wow! Revealing....
    It's Klaw Season. Time to hunt.

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    • #3
      Teammates PPG on drives by this player

      (Team PPG-Player PPG=Teammates PPG on drives by this player)
      (Teammates PPG/Drives per game=Teammate PPG per drive)

      (Teammates PPG/Teammates PPG per drive)
      Demar-3.6/0.55
      Wade-3.8/0.56
      Harden-2.0/0.32
      Durant-1.9/0.35
      Lebron-2.6/0.41
      Rudy(TOR)-2.0/0.30
      George-1.9/0.61
      Beal-1.6/0.52
      Afflalo-1.1/0.35
      Carmelo-0.7/0.27

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      • #4
        KeonClark wrote: View Post
        Good work bro! Not let me simplify.

        Derozan shoots too many jumpers, and only makes the clean looks when his feet are set.

        Wow! Revealing....
        So wait... DeRozan is better playing off-ball. Which means he could actually be a good 2nd option?

        Wtf thought he was an iso-only player? (sarcasm)

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        • #5
          Masai Ujiri wrote: View Post
          So wait... DeRozan is better playing off-ball. Which means he could actually be a good 2nd option?

          Wtf thought he was an iso-only player? (sarcasm)
          Better, yes. Good? No.

          Great job being a second option DeMar, shooting barely 50% (eFG) on catch and shoot situations.

          By the way, it's DeMar who thinks he's an iso player. Clearly. And he clearly isn't, judging by those shooting percentages.

          Best part is he is actually good at driving the ball, but takes more pull-up shots (where he is TERRIBLE) than he drives each game.
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          • #6
            Steph curry shooting % is ridiculous hahaha
            "Both teams played hard my man" - Sheed

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            • #7
              The better news is that these numbers include pre-trade stats, and don't reflect:

              - what changes have occurred since
              - much less iso ball, and when he does, drives and dishes almost as often as he shoots
              - his recent assist numbers turning "he doesn't see the court, can't/doesn't pass" into bunk
              - his overall impact on the team and other players' productivity, in a team focused style of play

              Real NBA coaches are noticing, thus top coaches on top defensive teams focused on him, and thus all the talk of him being seriously in All-Star conversation.

              Yet again, the kid is stepping up his game. In the two recent Indiana games, with "superstar" PG defending him, while PG gets defended by soph TRoss, their combines stats are:

              George: 23 pts, on 9/26 (.346) FGs, 5/6 FTs, 10 RBs, 5 ASTs, 2 STLs, 1 BLK
              DeMar.: 54 pts, on 18/45 (.400) FGs, 18/20 FTs, 11 RBs, 9 ASTs, 4 STLs

              These shooting stats are a great tool for coaches planning the offense, but don't come near reflecting all that a player means to his team's success or failure.

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              • #8
                Wow... DeRozan 2nd in PPG on drives.

                Seriously we need to get a #1 in here.

                DeRozan would be a killer if he could just focus on coming off screens for those spot up mid range jumpers, corner threes, the post and driving. Less iso would be great for him.

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                • #9
                  Thanks for these stats completely out of context?
                  It helps, but without seeing numbers post Rudy Gay, what can anyone properly extrapolate from these numbers?

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                  • #10
                    Did anyone notice Lebrons numbers in some of these categories? Haha wow

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