therealdeal wrote:Atlanta surprises:
-Kover in the 60s.
-Smith at nearly 100 as an offensive player even though he's known for defense. WITH an offensive efficiency at 5.9 to boot.
Smith's numbers are off the charts. Posting big numbers hasn't really been a problem for him :)
Korver can shoot...that's it. But he doesn't even do that particularly well. Or, rather, his points per shot are awesome...but he doesn't create shots at all. He doesn't even take 10 shots per 36 minutes. That doesn't mean he's a bad fit. When I run SYNERGY on him, we'll see what he does. He might just be one of those guys who doesn't consume many possessions but gets the most out of them (he sure does when he shoots).
-Wallace in the 50s.
-Brooks in the 70s (I think some of this had to be due to small sample size)
-Lopez and Blatche way over 100. Not necessarily shocking, just really impressive.
Wallace doesn't score or pass well. Or at least he didn't this season. He's clearly a good defender though.
Brooks's numbers aren't bad awful, but they aren't good either. He scored 16 PP36, handed out decent assists, and he stole at a high rate.
-Terry and Bradley in the 50s yuck and Bass in the 60s.
-Pierce's high offensive numbers paint a better picture of him than I thought from this season.
I think Terry is done. Bradley is young, and he's a defender. I'd take him in a heartbeat if we could get him. He's only going to grow. Pierce's numbers are quality starter numbers. He's clearly on the decline, but he probably has another year or two at decent starter quality.
-Irving scoring efficiency being through the roof
-how awful most of this team is... how did they win ANY games?
Kyrie scores at a high rate, and he shoots good %s from all ranges. He might be able to be a 50-40-90 guy if he gets some more help! Yeah, although his team has a solid overall rating, they do have a bunch of awful players.