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    Advanced Box Score: 76ers at Hornets

    I still don't feel like doing this. Still absolutely disgusted from last night. I don't care who was not playing or whatever, other than Rivers, these same guys played a nice game at Chicago, were leading at halftime last night, and just didn't show up the rest of the game. Anyway, let's do this.

    Offensive Rating (Team - 71.3)

    Warrick - 150 (7 minutes)
    Lopez - 95
    Henry - 94
    Roberts - 83
    Anderson - 81
    Thomas - 78 (7 minutes)
    Smith - 71
    Aminu - 72
    Miller - 69
    Vasquez - 54
    Mason - 20

    1. This game was really about Vasquez. He was miserable running the offense. Took too long setting up things, allowed his man to continuously pressure him, and made too many turnovers. He needed to speed up things offensively because the team couldn't score in the halfcourt.

    2. Too many jumpers. Not enough guys attacking the basket.

    3. Too many turnovers.


    Defensive Rating (88.6)

    Smith - 67
    Lopez - 81
    Warrick - 83
    Aminu - 84
    Miller - 87
    Anderson - 89
    Thomas - 91
    Henry - 95
    Vasquez - 96
    Mason - 97
    Roberts - 99

    1. Smith and Lopez stand out due to the blocked shots. Aminu played well defensively. Vasquez stunk it up on that end.


    Season Stats:

    Offensive Rating (Team - 92.8 which is 28th in the league)

    Warrick - 150 (7 minutes total)
    Davis - 136
    Smith - 120
    Mason - 113
    Lopez - 102
    Anderson - 100
    Aminu - 92
    Vasquez - 87
    Henry - 84
    Roberts - 77
    Miller - 73
    Rivers - 66
    Thomas - 46

    Defensive Rating (Team - 95.6 which is 3rd in the league)

    Aminu - 89
    Smith - 90
    Davis - 90
    Warrick - 90
    Miller - 92
    Lopez - 93
    Rivers - 96
    Thomas - 97
    Anderson - 97
    Vasquez - 101
    Henry - 102
    Mason - 103
    Roberts - 104

    Win Shares

    Smith - 0.4
    Davis - 0.4
    Lopez - 0.4
    Aminu - 0.3
    Anderson - 0.3
    Mason - 0.2
    Warrick - 0.1
    Thomas - 0.0
    Vasquez - 0.0
    Henry - 0.0
    Rivers - -0.1
    Roberts - -0.1

    Win Shares per 48 minutes

    Warrick - .415
    Davis - .410
    Smith - .316
    Lopez - .148
    Aminu - .119
    Anderson - .114
    Mason - .104
    Miller - .055
    Vasquez - .006
    Henry - .006
    Rivers - -0.079
    Thomas - -0.105
    Roberts - -0.116

    Emeka Okafor - Joe Smith - Carmelo Anthony - Manu Ginobili - Jason Williams

    Al Jefferson - James Posey - Aaron McKie - Shaun Livingston

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    Basically what I thought, Vasquez was abused last night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CP3forMVP View Post
    Basically what I thought, Vasquez was abused last night.
    Yeah, I totally blame him for the ineptitude of the offense.

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    If Gordon ever comes back, I would consider going with Rivers at the point if Vasquez doesn't improve from this sorry performance.

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    Teams watched the Chicago film on Vasquez. He does not handle pressure defense well. Expect more of the same until he proves otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nola Hornet View Post
    Teams watched the Chicago film on Vasquez. He does not handle pressure defense well. Expect more of the same until he proves otherwise.
    Not only that, expect teams to force the Hornets into a half court game and to pack it in the paint forcing perimeter jumpers.

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    Tbh, I think people will look at the fact that Greivis is averaging 12 and 9 and think to themselves that he's having a good season, but he's really not.

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    Ew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CP3forMVP View Post
    Tbh, I think people will look at the fact that Greivis is averaging 12 and 9 and think to themselves that he's having a good season, but he's really not.
    I can live with the 12/9/4 average. That's quite productive for a PG. The problem is his defense and the turnovers. He's not quite productive enough overlook those type of glaring deficiencies.


    Also, He should not be taking 13 shots a game. That isn't his game and he needs to do a better job of picking his spots. We don't need him for his scoring. We need him for his ability to run the offense and getting the ball to his teammates in spots they like.
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    He's also only shooting 34.6% from the field.

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    He shouldn't be taking 13 shots a game but hopefully one day we'll have a competent SG to help out with that. The best SG on the team has a bum knee and Austin hasn't been cutting it as far as scoring goes. At least not yet. Davis and Lopez are considered defensive players so we shouldn't expect much scoring out of them. Any scoring from them would be icing.

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    I do think right now he needs to score a bit more since Gordon is out and the team lacks scorers. He just needs to be more efficient out there. His advanced numbers were mediocre before last night and now they are just awful.

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