Sample sizes are small because this season just started. Anyway...
Chris Paul leads the league in touches per game at 103.9. John Wall is next 101.8. PGs naturally dominate this stats, but Kevin Love is 6th, Blake Griffin is 20th, and LeBron is 22nd.
Unsurprisingly, Chris Paul also leads the league in passes that lead to scoring opportunities. This includes hockey assists and passes that lead to free throws. John Wall is second. LeBron is 28th.
Steve Blake is top 5 in distance traveled so far (at 18.6 miles), but that's because the Lakers played more games. In terms of distance traveled per game, Bradley Beal leads the league at 2.9 miles per game. Michael Carter-Williams is second at 2.8 miles per game.
Opp FG% at the rim is 23.8% for Taj Gibson. 27.8% for Anthony Davis. The top includes players like Garnett, Joakim Noah, Duncan, Hibbert, etc. It's very uncharacteristic of Dwight, but he's not even close to the top. He's been pretty bad so far.
Rebound opportunities is the number of times a player is within vicinity of a rebound (3.5 feet). For players that get 10+ rebound opportunities, DeAndre Jordan leads the league in percentage of rebounds at 78.0%. Next two are Cousins and Anthony Davis.
Drives are any touch that starts at least 20 feet of the hoop and is dribbled within 10 feet of the hoop and excludes fast breaks. Monta Ellis leads the league in drives per game at 11.4. Next closest is Ty Lawson at 10.4. Kyrie Irving, Jeremy Lin, and Russell Westbrook round out the top 5. LeBron is 25th.
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