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  • Amir Johnson The Stat Man Is At It Again - RFLMAO

    I guess he can disprove the validity of any advanced stat.

    Currently he ranks #5 in the NBA in WS/48 among all players who have played in four or more games

    and #2 in WS/48 among all Forwards who have played in four or more games

    He also currently has the #1 Offensive Rating (RFLMAO) among NBA players who have played in at least four games

    He is doing all of this despite ranking #256 in the NBA in Usage% among all players who have played in at least four games.

    Amir Johnson the advanced stats eater

    I don't think WS/48 or Offensive Rating takes fouls into account

    Maybe it would be a good idea for Triano to try and figure out a way to increase Johnson Usage% while he is on the court.

    Yea, Yea I think he should

    Actually his Usage% is currently at 11.9%. That is only 9th highest on the team.

    It was only 4% after game #1

    His career Usage% is 13.6% and last season it was 14.5%

    I would like to see it up around 17% - 18%.

    That would move him up one slot to 8th. At between 17% and 18% he would pass Andersen, on the team in Usage%.
    Last edited by Buddahfan; Sat Nov 6th, 2010, 08:23 PM.
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  • #2
    Bargnani's Hollinger stats this year (before his last game @LAL) were friggin high. He was top 10 in so many categories and his PER was higher than Rondo.

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    • #3
      Tony Battie edges out Dirk Nowitzki in offensive rating, and James Jones leads the entire state of Florida.

      Who doesn't love stats?

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        jrdyck wrote: View Post
        Tony Battie edges out Dirk Nowitzki in offensive rating, and James Jones leads the entire state of Florida.

        Who doesn't love stats?
        ORat is only worthwhile if you use it in conjunction with Usage %, and the two are obviously negatively correlated. It's still the best offensive measure out there when looked at in proper context. There's so denying that, offensively, Amir is a very effective garbage player when he's on the court.

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        • #5
          Thats cool too bad they lost 4 in row.
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          • #6
            Buddahfan wrote: View Post
            I guess he can disprove the validity of any advanced stat.

            Currently he ranks #5 in the NBA in WS/48 among all players who have played in four or more games

            and #2 in WS/48 among all Forwards who have played in four or more games

            He also currently has the #1 Offensive Rating (RFLMAO) among NBA players who have played in at least four games

            He is doing all of this despite ranking #256 in the NBA in Usage% among all players who have played in at least four games.

            Amir Johnson the advanced stats eater

            I don't think WS/48 or Offensive Rating takes fouls into account

            Maybe it would be a good idea for Triano to try and figure out a way to increase Johnson Usage% while he is on the court.

            Yea, Yea I think he should

            Actually his Usage% is currently at 11.9%. That is only 9th highest on the team.

            It was only 4% after game #1

            His career Usage% is 13.6% and last season it was 14.5%

            I would like to see it up around 17% - 18%.

            That would move him up one slot to 8th. At between 17% and 18% he would pass Andersen, on the team in Usage%.
            **groan** Buddah, don't you ever learn? lol. Low usage = marginal (i.e. limited) offensive player. Combine that with his inability to stay on the court due to fouling, and basically that makes him the ultimate tease.

            If Amir ever averages over 30MPG and 18% usage, then I will shoot freethrows naked from half-court at the next Raptor game. And trust me, that won't be pretty. lol.

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              golden wrote: View Post
              **groan** Buddah, don't you ever learn? lol. Low usage = marginal (i.e. limited) offensive player. Combine that with his inability to stay on the court due to fouling, and basically that makes him the ultimate tease.

              If Amir ever averages over 30MPG and 18% usage, then I will shoot freethrows naked from half-court at the next Raptor game. And trust me, that won't be pretty. lol.
              I don't think Buddah is being very serious with this thread. He's not trying to say that Amir is good...

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