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    @alam1108 JC replacing Zo: 36 minutes played together which led to a -10.7 production
    JC replacing KCP: 13 minutes played together which led to a -80.6 production
    JC playing 3, having BI replace Kuz at the 4: 27 minutes played together which led to a +21 production
    JC & Hart replacing Zo & KCP in the backcourt: 21 minutes played together which led to a +16.3 production
     
  2. Barnstable

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    Kuzma= First Lakers rookie to score 25+ three straight games in a row since Jerry West!
     
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    It’s crazy that ESPN and the talking heads refuse to see how important Lonzo is to this team.
     
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    Love seeing that 1st in Contested shots. And most of this is without Lonzo too.

     
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    @sirronstuff requested the Scoring Punch numbers. Here they are...

    Scoring Punch Leaders
    Randle 9.8
    Kuzma 8.8
    B. Ingram 8.6
    Thomas 8.1
    A. Ingram 7.9
    Clarkson 7.7
    KCP 7.5
    Lopez 7.2
    Nance 5.3
    Hart 4.7
    Ball 4.5
    Frye 3.4
    Wear 2.2
    Zubac 2.1
    Ennis 1.9
    Brewer 1.9
    Caruso 1.9
    Payton 1.6
    Bogut 1.1
    Deng 1.0
    Bryant 0.7
    Hayes 0.7
    Williams 0.3
    Blue 0.2

    These are what I'd call "brute" numbers - not per36. A player's brute scoring punch shows just how much scoring punch the player demonstrated, not how much that player did in their relative time on the court, if that makes sense. I could run those numbers, too.
     
  9. sirronstuff

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    That would be cool to see to equalize, but to also have a reference point.

    Like say, what is Harden’s as the league leader, or whoever we’re chasing in FA? Do IT’s numbers look more impressive with more minutes? Can you remind us what goes into this to?
     
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    Harden 18.8
    Randle 13.2
    JC 11.8
    Lopez 11.1
    Thomas 10.9
    Kuzma 10.2
    Ingram 9.3
    A.Ingram 8.8
    Nance 8.7
    KCP 8.1
    Zubac 7.9
    Hart 7.3
    Frye 7.3
    Wear 5.9
    Ennis 5.6
    Payton 5.4
    Brewer 5.2
    Bryant 4.9
    Ball 4.8
    Caruso 4.4
    Hayes 4.3
    Bogut 4.2
    Deng 2.8
    Williams 2.0
    Blue 0.6

    Harden might well lead the league.
     
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    This stat is just TS% times points produced per game (or per36).
     
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    Depending on who resigns, we very well could lose the top four on that list in less than a year. Yikes!
     
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    Ball/Thomas/Ennis/GP2
    KCP/Hart/Ingram/Caruso
    Ingram/Deng
    Randle/Kuzma/Frye/Wear
    Lopez/Zubac/Bryant

    Subtract those whose contracts are up:
    Ball/Ennis
    Hart/
    Ingram/Deng
    Randle?/Kuzma
    Zubac?/Bryant?

    Lots of new faces again next year?
     

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