NBA Net Points after January

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This year I will again be computing the top 25 NBA players in terms of total “Net Points”, (points + rebounds + assists + steals + blocks – missed field goals – missed free throws- turnovers –fouls committed) and breaking down their stats per 48 minutes, (since that’s the length of an NBA game). I’ll also compute their “Offensive Efficiency”, (points minus missed field goals and free throws), and “Floor Game” (Net Points minus Offensive Efficiency). The players are ranked by total Net Points because a player with a superior rate who missed games had no impact on those games. A player with a less productive rate who played in those games did have an impact on them. I’ll also keep track of how former Syracuse players are doing. I’ll update them each month.

Glossary: TNP = Total net Points, M = minutes per game, Per 48 minutes: P = points, R = rebounds A= assists, S = steals, B = blocks, MFG = missed field goals, MFT = missed free throws, TO = turnovers, PF = personal fouls, NP = Net Points, OE = Offensive Efficiency, FG = Floor Game

After JANUARY

Giannis Antetokounmpo MIL
1433TNP 33.1M 38.2P 18.2R 8.6A 2.1S 2.1B 10.5MFG 3.9MFT 5.6TO 5.0PF 44.1NP 23.8OE 20.3FG
Anthony Davis NO
1427TNP 37.0M 38.0P 17.2R 5.7A 2.2S 3.3B 13.1MFG 2.2MFT 2.6TO 3.4PF 45.1NP 22.7OE 22.4FG
James Harden HOU
1406TNP 37.4M 46.6P 8.5R 10.4A 2.7S 0.9B 17.4MFG 2.0MFT 7.1TO 4.3PF 38.3NP 27.2OE 11.1FG
Kevin Durant GS
1390TNP 35.5M 37.3P 9.7R 7.9A 1.1S 1.5B 12.8MFG 0.9MFT 4.4TO 2.6PF 36.8NP 23.6OE 13.2FG
Joel Embiid PHIL
1357TNP 33.3M 39.1P 19.3R 5.2A 0.8S 2.7B 13.7MFG 2.8MFT 5.2TO 4.8PF 40.6NP 22.6OE 18.0FG

Nikola Vucevic ORL
1320TNP 31.3M 31.6P 18.4R 5.9A 1.5S 1.7B 12.2MFG 1.8MFT 3.2TO 3.1PF 39.6NP 17.6OE 22.0FG
Nikola Jokic DEN
1290TNP 31.4M 30.8P 15.9R 11.7A 2.2S 1.1B 11.4MFG 1.0MFT 4.7TO 4.3PF 40.2NP 19.4OE 20.8FG
Karl-Anthony Towns MIN
1277TNP 33.1M 32.8P 17.6R 4.5A 1.4S 2.7B 12.0MFG 1.2MFT 4.1TO 5.5PF 36.3NP 19.6OE 16.7FG
Rudy Gobert UTAH
1235TNP 31.6M 22.8P 19.4R 3.4A 1.4S 3.3B 4.6MFG 3.1MFT 2.3TO 4.2PF 36.1NP 15.1OE 21.0FG
Paul George OKC
1187TNP 36.0M 36.4P 10.7R 5.4A 3.1S 0.7B 14.9MFG 1.5MFT 3.5TO 3.7PF 32.3NP 20.0OE 12.3FG

Ben Simmons PHIL
1182TNP 33.5M 24.1P 13.5R 11.6A 1.9S 1.1B 7.2MFG 3.3MFT 4.9TO 3.6PF 33.2NP 13.6OE 19.6FG
Damian Lillard PORT
1172TNP 35.3M 35.9P 6.2R 8.5A 1.5S 0.7B 14.4MFG 1.1MFT 3.8TO 2.4PF 31.2NP 20.4OE 10.8FG
LeMarcus Aldridge SA
1144TNP 32.7M 30.9P 13.0R 3.8A 0.8S 1.8B 11.5MFG 1.2MFT 2.8TO 3.2PF 31.7NP 18.2OE 13.5FG
Jrue Holiday NO
1091TNP 36.8M 27.6P 6.4R 10.5A 2.1S 1.1B 11.6MFG 1.3MFT 4.3TO 3.1PF 27.4NP 14.7OE 12.7FG
Blake Griffin DET
1086TNP 36.4M 34.6P 10.7R 7.0A 1.1S 0.6B 13.0MFG 2.5MFT 4.9TO 3.7PF 29.8NP 19.1OE 10.7FG

Tobias Harris LAC
1075TNP 34.75M 29.2P 11.0R 3.7A 1.0S 0.6B 10.7MFG 0.9MFT 2.6TO 3.1PF 28.6NP 17.6OE 11.0FG
Kawhi Leonard TOR
1044TNP 35.1M 37.8P 10.9R 4.3A 2.6S 0.7B 13.2MFG 1.5MFT 2.8TO 2.1PF 36.7NP 23.1OE 13.6FG
Steph Curry GS
1030TNP 34.3M 41.3P 7.1R 7.6A 1.6S 0.5B 14.0MFG 0.5MFT 4.1TO 3.6PF 36.0NP 26.8OE 9.2FG
Bradley Beal WAS
1020TNP 37.0M 32.0P 6.6R 6.6A 1.8S 1.0B 13.5MFG 1.3MFT 3.6TO 3.8PF 25.9NP 17.2OE 8.7FG
Russell Westbrook OKC
1018TNP 35.5M 29.3P 14.7R 14.6A 3.1S 0.4B 15.7MFG 2.9MFT 6.1TO 4.7PF 32.8NP 10.7OE 22.1FG

DeAndre Jordan DAL
1008TNP 31.1M 17.0P 21.1R 3.1A 1.0S 1.6B 3.6MFG 1.9MFT 3.4TO 3.9PF 31.1NP 11.5OE 19.6FG
Andre Drummond DET
999TNP 33.2M 24.2P 21.6R 1.7A 2.3S 2.3B 9.9MFG 3.2MFT 3.5TO 4.8PF 30.8NP 11.1OE 19.7FS
Kyrie Irving BOS
989TNP 32.6M 34.8P 7.0R 10.2A 2.5S 0.7B 13.3MFG 0.8MFT 4.0TO 3.4PF 33.8NP 20.7OE 13.1FG
Kemba Walker CHAR
985TNP 34.2M 34.2P 6.0R 7.8A 1.7S 0.8B 15.7MFG 1.3MFT 3.6TO 2.2PF 27.6NP 17.2OE 10.4FG
LeBron James LAL
981TNP 34.8M 37.4P 11.7R 9.9A 1.8S 0.9B 13.0MFG 3.4MFT 4.7TO 2.1PF 38.6NP 21.0OE 17.6FG

Comments: LeBron missed most of January but he’s still on the short list of top players. Durant, Antetokoumpo and Davis appear to the heirs apparent and their time may be starting. Harden’s scoring is amazing but he also misses more shots than anybody else and turs the ball over more than anybody on this last.

FORMER SU PLAYERS
Jerami Grant OKC
611TNP 32.2M 19.3P 7.4R 1.5A 1.3S 2.1B 6.8MFG 1.3MFT 1.3TO 4.0PF 18.2NP 11.2OE 7.0FG
Carmelo Anthony (was playing for Houston)
85TNP 29.4M 21.9P 8.8R 0.8A 0.7S 1.1B 11.8MFG 1.1MFT 1.3TO 5.2PF 13.9NP 9.0OE 4.9FG
Wesley Johnson NO
72TNP 15.0M 12.2P 6.9R 2.1A 1.4S 0.9B 6.5MFG 0.4MFT 1.5TO 5.8PF 9.3NP 5.3OE 4.0FG
Dion Waiters MIA
69NP 18.0M 22.8P 6.1R 6.1A 0.7S 0.2B 13.1MFG 1.5MFT 2.4TO 2.2PF 16.7NP 8.2OE 8.5FG
Michael Carter-Williams HOU
31TNP 9.1M 22.8P 4.3R 7.0A 3.0S 2.0B 11.9MFG 4.6MFT 3.3TO 8.9PF 10.4NP 6.3OE 4.1FG
Tyler Lydon DEN
18TNP 4.1M 13.0P 8.6R 2.5A 1.2S 0.0B 4.9MFG 1.2MFT 2.5TO 5.5PF 11.2NP 6.9OE 4.3FG
Malachi Richardson TOR
2TNP 4.7M 14.0P 6.1R 0.0A 0.5S 0.0B 9.3MFG 0.5MFT 3.7TO 6.1PF 1.0NP 4.2OE -3.2FG

Comment: Jerami Grant is now the Great Orange Hope in the NBA, although Dion Waiters is back to give him a run for that title. It seems absurd that we have had so much more success in basketball than football in the last half century and yet our football players have had a much bigger impact on the NFL. There are much more spots in the NFL and more opportunities for a player to become successful but it’s more than that. We haven’t had an ex-SU player in the NFL Finals since Marty Byrnes played 1 minute in 1980. Grant, Lydon and Richardson, (now in Philadelphia) are playing for contenders. (MCW was traded to the Bulls, who waived him.) Lydon and Richardson are so marginal that their teams could make the finals and they might not get into a game. So it’s basically up to Jerami and the Thunder to break the streak.
 

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This year I will again be computing the top 25 NBA players in terms of total “Net Points”, (points + rebounds + assists + steals + blocks – missed field goals – missed free throws- turnovers –fouls committed) and breaking down their stats per 48 minutes, (since that’s the length of an NBA game). I’ll also compute their “Offensive Efficiency”, (points minus missed field goals and free throws), and “Floor Game” (Net Points minus Offensive Efficiency). The players are ranked by total Net Points because a player with a superior rate who missed games had no impact on those games. A player with a less productive rate who played in those games did have an impact on them. I’ll also keep track of how former Syracuse players are doing. I’ll update them each month.

Glossary: TNP = Total net Points, M = minutes per game, Per 48 minutes: P = points, R = rebounds A= assists, S = steals, B = blocks, MFG = missed field goals, MFT = missed free throws, TO = turnovers, PF = personal fouls, NP = Net Points, OE = Offensive Efficiency, FG = Floor Game

After JANUARY

Giannis Antetokounmpo MIL
1433TNP 33.1M 38.2P 18.2R 8.6A 2.1S 2.1B 10.5MFG 3.9MFT 5.6TO 5.0PF 44.1NP 23.8OE 20.3FG
Anthony Davis NO
1427TNP 37.0M 38.0P 17.2R 5.7A 2.2S 3.3B 13.1MFG 2.2MFT 2.6TO 3.4PF 45.1NP 22.7OE 22.4FG
James Harden HOU
1406TNP 37.4M 46.6P 8.5R 10.4A 2.7S 0.9B 17.4MFG 2.0MFT 7.1TO 4.3PF 38.3NP 27.2OE 11.1FG
Kevin Durant GS
1390TNP 35.5M 37.3P 9.7R 7.9A 1.1S 1.5B 12.8MFG 0.9MFT 4.4TO 2.6PF 36.8NP 23.6OE 13.2FG
Joel Embiid PHIL
1357TNP 33.3M 39.1P 19.3R 5.2A 0.8S 2.7B 13.7MFG 2.8MFT 5.2TO 4.8PF 40.6NP 22.6OE 18.0FG

Nikola Vucevic ORL
1320TNP 31.3M 31.6P 18.4R 5.9A 1.5S 1.7B 12.2MFG 1.8MFT 3.2TO 3.1PF 39.6NP 17.6OE 22.0FG
Nikola Jokic DEN
1290TNP 31.4M 30.8P 15.9R 11.7A 2.2S 1.1B 11.4MFG 1.0MFT 4.7TO 4.3PF 40.2NP 19.4OE 20.8FG
Karl-Anthony Towns MIN
1277TNP 33.1M 32.8P 17.6R 4.5A 1.4S 2.7B 12.0MFG 1.2MFT 4.1TO 5.5PF 36.3NP 19.6OE 16.7FG
Rudy Gobert UTAH
1235TNP 31.6M 22.8P 19.4R 3.4A 1.4S 3.3B 4.6MFG 3.1MFT 2.3TO 4.2PF 36.1NP 15.1OE 21.0FG
Paul George OKC
1187TNP 36.0M 36.4P 10.7R 5.4A 3.1S 0.7B 14.9MFG 1.5MFT 3.5TO 3.7PF 32.3NP 20.0OE 12.3FG

Ben Simmons PHIL
1182TNP 33.5M 24.1P 13.5R 11.6A 1.9S 1.1B 7.2MFG 3.3MFT 4.9TO 3.6PF 33.2NP 13.6OE 19.6FG
Damian Lillard PORT
1172TNP 35.3M 35.9P 6.2R 8.5A 1.5S 0.7B 14.4MFG 1.1MFT 3.8TO 2.4PF 31.2NP 20.4OE 10.8FG
LeMarcus Aldridge SA
1144TNP 32.7M 30.9P 13.0R 3.8A 0.8S 1.8B 11.5MFG 1.2MFT 2.8TO 3.2PF 31.7NP 18.2OE 13.5FG
Jrue Holiday NO
1091TNP 36.8M 27.6P 6.4R 10.5A 2.1S 1.1B 11.6MFG 1.3MFT 4.3TO 3.1PF 27.4NP 14.7OE 12.7FG
Blake Griffin DET
1086TNP 36.4M 34.6P 10.7R 7.0A 1.1S 0.6B 13.0MFG 2.5MFT 4.9TO 3.7PF 29.8NP 19.1OE 10.7FG

Tobias Harris LAC
1075TNP 34.75M 29.2P 11.0R 3.7A 1.0S 0.6B 10.7MFG 0.9MFT 2.6TO 3.1PF 28.6NP 17.6OE 11.0FG
Kawhi Leonard TOR
1044TNP 35.1M 37.8P 10.9R 4.3A 2.6S 0.7B 13.2MFG 1.5MFT 2.8TO 2.1PF 36.7NP 23.1OE 13.6FG
Steph Curry GS
1030TNP 34.3M 41.3P 7.1R 7.6A 1.6S 0.5B 14.0MFG 0.5MFT 4.1TO 3.6PF 36.0NP 26.8OE 9.2FG
Bradley Beal WAS
1020TNP 37.0M 32.0P 6.6R 6.6A 1.8S 1.0B 13.5MFG 1.3MFT 3.6TO 3.8PF 25.9NP 17.2OE 8.7FG
Russell Westbrook OKC
1018TNP 35.5M 29.3P 14.7R 14.6A 3.1S 0.4B 15.7MFG 2.9MFT 6.1TO 4.7PF 32.8NP 10.7OE 22.1FG

DeAndre Jordan DAL
1008TNP 31.1M 17.0P 21.1R 3.1A 1.0S 1.6B 3.6MFG 1.9MFT 3.4TO 3.9PF 31.1NP 11.5OE 19.6FG
Andre Drummond DET
999TNP 33.2M 24.2P 21.6R 1.7A 2.3S 2.3B 9.9MFG 3.2MFT 3.5TO 4.8PF 30.8NP 11.1OE 19.7FS
Kyrie Irving BOS
989TNP 32.6M 34.8P 7.0R 10.2A 2.5S 0.7B 13.3MFG 0.8MFT 4.0TO 3.4PF 33.8NP 20.7OE 13.1FG
Kemba Walker CHAR
985TNP 34.2M 34.2P 6.0R 7.8A 1.7S 0.8B 15.7MFG 1.3MFT 3.6TO 2.2PF 27.6NP 17.2OE 10.4FG
LeBron James LAL
981TNP 34.8M 37.4P 11.7R 9.9A 1.8S 0.9B 13.0MFG 3.4MFT 4.7TO 2.1PF 38.6NP 21.0OE 17.6FG

Comments: LeBron missed most of January but he’s still on the short list of top players. Durant, Antetokoumpo and Davis appear to the heirs apparent and their time may be starting. Harden’s scoring is amazing but he also misses more shots than anybody else and turs the ball over more than anybody on this last.

FORMER SU PLAYERS
Jerami Grant OKC
611TNP 32.2M 19.3P 7.4R 1.5A 1.3S 2.1B 6.8MFG 1.3MFT 1.3TO 4.0PF 18.2NP 11.2OE 7.0FG
Carmelo Anthony (was playing for Houston)
85TNP 29.4M 21.9P 8.8R 0.8A 0.7S 1.1B 11.8MFG 1.1MFT 1.3TO 5.2PF 13.9NP 9.0OE 4.9FG
Wesley Johnson NO
72TNP 15.0M 12.2P 6.9R 2.1A 1.4S 0.9B 6.5MFG 0.4MFT 1.5TO 5.8PF 9.3NP 5.3OE 4.0FG
Dion Waiters MIA
69NP 18.0M 22.8P 6.1R 6.1A 0.7S 0.2B 13.1MFG 1.5MFT 2.4TO 2.2PF 16.7NP 8.2OE 8.5FG
Michael Carter-Williams HOU
31TNP 9.1M 22.8P 4.3R 7.0A 3.0S 2.0B 11.9MFG 4.6MFT 3.3TO 8.9PF 10.4NP 6.3OE 4.1FG
Tyler Lydon DEN
18TNP 4.1M 13.0P 8.6R 2.5A 1.2S 0.0B 4.9MFG 1.2MFT 2.5TO 5.5PF 11.2NP 6.9OE 4.3FG
Malachi Richardson TOR
2TNP 4.7M 14.0P 6.1R 0.0A 0.5S 0.0B 9.3MFG 0.5MFT 3.7TO 6.1PF 1.0NP 4.2OE -3.2FG

Comment: Jerami Grant is now the Great Orange Hope in the NBA, although Dion Waiters is back to give him a run for that title. It seems absurd that we have had so much more success in basketball than football in the last half century and yet our football players have had a much bigger impact on the NFL. There are much more spots in the NFL and more opportunities for a player to become successful but it’s more than that. We haven’t had an ex-SU player in the NFL Finals since Marty Byrnes played 1 minute in 1980. Grant, Lydon and Richardson, (now in Philadelphia) are playing for contenders. (MCW was traded to the Bulls, who waived him.) Lydon and Richardson are so marginal that their teams could make the finals and they might not get into a game. So it’s basically up to Jerami and the Thunder to break the streak.
Jerami Grant’s growth into the player he is now is incredible. He’s a really valuable player on both ends.
 
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