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JordansBulls
07-27-2011, 02:10 PM
http://www.basketball-reference.com/blog/?p=9816



let's look at the players who played the best -- and worst -- on offense (according to bopOSPM, a.k.a. Offensive Basketball-on-Paper Statistical Plus/Minus) vs. better-than-average defenses (average being 0.00 on the list above):



Rk Player (min 520 MP) MP Poss PProd ORtg %Pos Floor% bopOSPM
1 Derrick Rose 1809.5 1126.9 1235.8 109.7 33.8 0.505 6.42
2 Dirk Nowitzki 1985.5 1018.2 1194.7 117.3 28 0.539 6.24
3 Deron Williams 1283.9 677.3 774.7 114.4 28.1 0.518 5.84
4 LeBron James 2327.1 1271.3 1446.9 113.8 29.9 0.533 5.69
5 Kevin Durant 2195.9 1187.9 1368.7 115.2 28.5 0.521 5.64
6 Kevin Martin 1388.1 757 866.6 114.5 28.2 0.498 5.5
7 Chris Paul 1647.3 736.5 873.5 118.6 24.7 0.541 5.04
8 Russell Westbrook 2024 1317.3 1410 107 34.4 0.503 4.74
9 Kevin Love 1425 638.1 763.6 119.7 22.6 0.551 4.52
10 Carmelo Anthony 1615.2 957.7 1045.2 109.1 30.6 0.501 4.45
11 Kobe Bryant 1716.8 1054.6 1114.1 105.6 33.4 0.49 4.17
12 Dwyane Wade 2172.1 1251.6 1351.9 108 31.5 0.515 4.16
13 LaMarcus Aldridge 1927.2 839.7 963.3 114.7 24.5 0.559 4.06
14 Dwight Howard 1391.6 705.9 802.8 113.7 27.1 0.574 3.95
15 Zach Randolph 1829 881.2 991.8 112.6 25.9 0.55 3.9
16 Pau Gasol 1803.9 721.8 858.4 118.9 21.8 0.577 3.76
17 Monta Ellis 1646.2 893.3 954 106.8 27.9 0.482 3.62
18 Chauncey Billups 1317.8 586.7 671 114.4 23.1 0.488 3.44
19 Manu Ginobili 1370.4 708.9 781.8 110.3 27.3 0.48 3.35
20 Steve Nash 1356.3 652.6 720.4 110.4 24.9 0.497 3.33







Next, let's look at the best and worst players vs. below-average defenses:




Rk Player (min 520 MP) MP Poss PProd ORtg %Pos Floor% bopOSPM
1 Steve Nash 1140.6 576.2 736.5 127.8 25.8 0.57 8.71
2 Dwyane Wade 1479.7 870.9 1060.9 121.8 30.9 0.58 8.13
3 Kobe Bryant 1416.2 933.1 1069.6 114.6 34.5 0.53 7.74
4 LeBron James 1657.5 1032.7 1210.3 117.2 32.9 0.555 7.54
5 Derrick Rose 1865.9 1134.4 1288.9 113.6 32.7 0.519 7.25
6 Kevin Love 1185.6 569.7 724.6 127.2 23.8 0.577 6.65
7 Kevin Martin 1214.5 659.3 780.2 118.4 27.5 0.516 6.23
8 Chris Paul 1483.2 627.9 799.3 127.3 22.8 0.587 6.13
9 Kevin Durant 1563.9 865.7 1008.1 116.4 28.6 0.525 6.11
10 Chauncey Billups 1026.9 481 595.1 123.7 23.3 0.521 5.74
11 Amare Stoudemire 1367.2 824.5 937.3 113.7 30.4 0.545 5.58
12 Tony Parker 1296.1 664.1 776.9 117 26.5 0.556 5.52
13 Rodney Stuckey 1083.7 529.2 620.5 117.2 26.3 0.549 5.49
14 Eric Gordon 1066.6 537.1 621.6 115.7 26.4 0.517 5.42
15 Manu Ginobili 1229.5 598.9 722 120.5 25.2 0.527 5.3
16 Pau Gasol 1591.2 674.1 839.1 124.5 22.1 0.598 5.27
17 Russell Westbrook 1461.7 929.5 1028.3 110.6 33 0.525 5.27
18 Dirk Nowitzki 1344.4 670.2 781.4 116.6 26 0.538 5.17
19 Deron Williams 1181 625.9 706.5 112.9 28.1 0.511 5.08
20 Blake Griffin 1477.8 800.1 913.1 114.1 28.1 0.562 5.04

Hustlenomics
07-27-2011, 02:20 PM
this doesn't show how they move their feet or rotate on defense or stay in front of their defender

DLeeicious
07-27-2011, 02:23 PM
this doesn't show how they move their feet or rotate on defense or stay in front of their defender

Relevance to this thread?

Link to stats that show how players move their feet or rotate on defense or stay in front of their defender?

YoungOne
07-27-2011, 02:31 PM
numbers that the world doesnt need...

Trace
07-27-2011, 02:59 PM
numbers that the world doesnt need...

I'm sure someone with a statistics major will make good use of it.

ChiSox219
07-27-2011, 04:06 PM
this doesn't show how they move their feet or rotate on defense or stay in front of their defender

I too have to question the relevance of this post.

Besides, it's evident just by watching Rose, he's a very good defender. There are a wide variety of numbers that also support this.

Tony_Starks
07-27-2011, 04:19 PM
Advanced stats are great!

Cool007
07-27-2011, 04:32 PM
It shows how great D-Rose was in the regular season and he took it to even another notch playing against top defenses in the NBA.

LeBron also shows consistency with his great play whether be against great defenses or not so good defenses.

D-Wade is down because of him having some horrible games vs Boston in the regular season.

Kobe is definitely in the decline.

Chronz
07-27-2011, 11:39 PM
Not surprised by these results, kudos for what its worth

Sixerlover
07-27-2011, 11:42 PM
These stats are showing players that played the best AGAINST top defenses, not players who lead top defenses. The title is a bit confusing.

YourTeamSucks
07-28-2011, 12:29 AM
These stats are showing players that played the best AGAINST top defenses, not players who lead top defenses. The title is a bit confusing.

got to agree