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One Team, Three Stats: Nets go beyond the arc
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John Schuhmann NBA.com

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Nov 9, 2016 12:02 PM ET
http://www.nba.com/article/2016/11/09/one-team-three-stats-brooklyn-nets-3-point-shooting


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1楼2016-11-10 07:51
    The Brooklyn Nets have been one of the modest surprises in the first 15 days of the season. At 3-4, the team that most picked to finish 14th or 15th in the Eastern Conference is tied for ninth after Tuesday's win against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
    The Basics - Brooklyn Nets

    Pace: 103.4 (4th)
    OffRtg: 102.6 (18th)
    DefRtg: 103.4 (15th)
    NetRtg: -0.8 (19th)

    With the Nets set to visit the New York Knicks in the first game of ESPN's double-header on Wednesday (7 p.m. ET), here are three key numbers from Brooklyn's first seven games


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    2楼2016-11-10 07:51
      No. 2

      Brooklyn leads the league with 333 passes per game, up from 292 (20th) last season.

      Most of that is an increase in pace. No team has increased its pace than the Nets, who are averaging 6.2 more possessions per 48 minutes than they did last season (when they ranked 21st at 97.4 per 48). They've only seen a slight increase in passes per possession, from 3.0 last season to 3.1 this year. And they've assisted only 54.3 percent of their field goals, down from 58.3 percent last season.

      They do move the ball really well on a lot of possessions, but still have many where Lin calls his own number off the dribble or where Lopez gets the ball in the post and keeps it there.



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      4楼2016-11-10 08:00
        No. 3

        Opponents have shot 27.3 percent at the rim when Lopez has been there to protect it.

        That's the lowest mark against 59 players who have defended at least five shots at the rim per game this season.

        Last season, the Nets ranked last in opponent effective field goal percentage. This year, they rank 16th, and the biggest improvement has been at the rim, where they've allowed a lower volume and a lower percentage.


        We shouldn't react too strongly to opponent shooting numbers after seven games. But the early signs are encouraging and the Nets have played six of their seven games against teams that currently stand above the league average in offensive efficiency, including games against the No. 1 ranked Celtics and No. 3 ranked Bulls.

        The Nets have allowed 5.1 fewer points per 100 possessions than they did last season. Only the Clippers (-10.6), Thunder (-8.4) and Hornets (-7.7) have seen a bigger improvement in defensive efficiency.

        Even when you take the league's overall drop *(-1.2), the Nets have improved more defensively than offensively (+1.7). Their opponents have not only shot worse, but turned the ball over more than they did last season.

        * League-wide efficiency typically increases as the season goes on. The league average through Tuesday (102.7 points scored per 100 possessions) is much higher than it was at this point last year (100.6).


        The scoring looks great at times, but the raw, points-per-game numbers are as much about pace as they are about efficiency.

        Pace = Possessions per 48 minutes
        OffRtg = Points scored per 100 possessions
        DefRtg = Points allowed per 100 possessions
        NetRtg = Point differential per 100 possessions

        John Schuhmann is a staff writer for NBA.com. You can e-mail him here, find his archive here and follow him on Twitter.

        The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NBA, its clubs or Turner Broadcasting.


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        5楼2016-11-10 08:09