Net Points, etc. - Clemson II

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I will again be doing a report after each game this season and a summary report at the end of each month. (I’ve eliminated some stats from previous years to streamline this post.)

Net Points
(points + rebounds + assists + steals + blocks minus missed field goals and free throws, turnovers and personal fouls)

Alan Griffin +28NP in 39 minutes = +349NP in 736 minutes = +19.0NP/40 for season
Buddy Boeheim +14NP in 39 minutes = +209NP in 720 minutes = +11.6NP/40 for season
Joe Girard +12NP in 23 minutes = +180NP in 637 minutes = +11.3NP/40 for season
Quincy Guerrier +7NP in 32 minutes = +370NP in 765 minutes = +19.3NP/40 for season
Kadary Richmond +3NP in 18 minutes = +199NP in 509 minutes = +15.6NP/40 for season
Marek Dolezaj +3NP in 37 minutes = +287NP in 804 minutes = +14.3NP/40 for season
Robert Braswell +1NP in 9 minutes = +31NP in 156 minutes = +7.9NP/40 for season
Jesse Edwards -2NP in 3 minutes = +24NP in 92 minutes = +10.4NP/40 for season

DNP coach’s decision
John Bol Ajak 0NP in 0 minutes = -1NP in 50 minutes = -0.8NP/40 for season
Frank Anselem 0NP in 0 minutes = +5NP in 26 minutes = +7.7NP/40 for season
Woody Newton 0NP in 0 minutes = +31NP in 86 minutes = +14.4NP/40 for season
Chaz Owens 0NP in 0 minute = 0NP in 1 minute = 0.0NP/40 for season

Injured and couldn’t play
Bourama Sidibie 0NP in 0 minutes = 0NP in 15 minutes = 0.0NP/40 for season

Suspended

Redshirting
None (that we know of)

Out for the year
None

Left Team
None


Awards

Offensive Dude of the Game, (O-Dog)
(Points plus assists)
Alan Griffin 22 points and 1 assists = 23

Shooting Efficiency
(Points minus missed field goal and free throw attempts)
Alan Griffin 22 points – 6 mfg – 0 mft = +16

Scoring Efficiency
(Percentage of points scored divided by points they would have scored if they made every shot- minimum 10 possible points)
Alan Griffin 22 points of 40 = 55.0%

My Man
(Who played the most minutes?)
Buddy Boeheim and Alan Griffin 39 minutes

TEAM STATS

Possession

Rebounding
(Add each team’s offensive rebounds to their opponent’s defensive rebounds. Then figure the offensive rebounds as a percentage of that)
We rebounded 11 of our 37 misses = 29.7%
They rebounded 11 of their 39 misses = 28.2%

Effective Offensive Rebounding
(Divide second chance points by the offensive rebounds)
We got 5 points on 11 O-Rebs = 0.455 points/O-Reb
They got 6 points on 11 O-Rebs = 0.545 points/O-Reb

Unforced Turnovers
(Total turnovers – the other team’s steals = unforced turnovers)
We had 7 turnovers – 3 steals = 4 unforced
They had 8 turnovers – 1 steals = 7 unforced

Points per Takeover
(Points off turnovers divided by the number of turnovers the other team had)
We had 7 points from 8 takeovers = 0.875 points/takeaway
They had 6 points from 7 takeovers = 0.857 points/takeaway

Unsettled Situations
(Effective offensive rebounding + Points per Takeover: [Second Chance Points+ Points off Turnovers] divided by [Offensive Rebounds + Opposition Turnovers)
We had 12 points in 19 unsettled situations = 0.652 points
They had 12 points in 18 unsettled situations = 0.667 points

Manufactured Possessions
(One teams rebounds + the other team’s turnovers)
We had 39 + 8 = 47
They had 37 + 7 = 44

Hustle Stats
One of the radio sponsors gives an award to the team that had the most “hustle stats”, which they define as rebounds + blocks + steals. I decided to keep track of that, too:
We had 39 + 5 + 1 = 45
They had 37 + 3 + 3 = 43

Scoring

Shooting
(Shots made and attempted and the percentage for two point goal attempts, three point attempts and free throws)
We were 11 for 24 on twos, (45.8%), 10 for 32 on threes (31.3%) and 12 for 15 on frees (80.0%)
They were 10 for 30 on twos, (33.3%), 10 for 29 on threes (34.5%) and 4 for 6 on frees (66.7%)
Combined percentages were: 458 + 313 + 800 = 1,571 vs. 333 + 345 + 667 = 1,344 = +227

Points
(PIP= points in the paint, “The Inner Sanctum”
POP = points outside the paint, which is total points – PIP -free throws made
OL= points from “The Outer Limits” (three point shots)
TZ= “Twilight Zone”, which is POP – TREY, (two point jumpers from outside the paint)
FBP = fast break points
POTO= points off turnovers

We had 20 PIP, 32 POP, 30 OL, 2 TZ, 7 POTO, 19 FBP
They had 14 PIP, 36 POP, 30 OL, 6 TZ, 6 POTO, 11FBP

Fast Break Percentage
(FBP/(defensive rebounds + blocks + steals)
We scored 19 FBP in 34 opportunities (29.4%)
They scored 11 FBP in 32 opportunities (34.4%)

First Chance/Second Chance
(FCP is First Chance Points, which is total points - second chance points – fast break points – free throws made. SCP is second chance points.)
We had 28 FCP and 5 SCP
They had 33 FCP and 6 SCP

Starters/Bench
(Total points – bench points = starters points)
Our starters scored 54 points and our bench scored 10 points.
Their starters scored 26 points and their bench scored 28 points.

Assists
(The percentage of a team’s baskets that were assisted)
We assisted 14 of our 21 field goals = 66.7%
They assisted 17 of their 20 field goals = 80.5%

Team Offensive Possession Efficiency
(Possessions: Field goals attempted - offensive rebounds + turnovers + 47.5% of free throws attempted. Efficiency is total points divided by possessions)
We scored 64 points in 59 possessions = 1.085 points/ possession
They scored 54 points in 59 possessions = 0.915 points/possession
It was a 118-possession game.

If we just use FGA + (47.5% FTA) and thus count an offensive rebound as an additional possession and a turnover as a lost possession:
We scored 64 points in 63 possessions = 1.016 points/ possession
They scored 54 points in 62 possessions = 0.871 points/possession

Team Shooting Efficiency

(Points minus missed field goals and free throws)

We scored 64 points, missed 35 field goals and missed 3 free throws = net +26
They scored 54 points, missed 39 field goals and missed 2 free throws = net +13

(Points scored divided by potential points scored if we’d made every shot)

We scored 64 on 24 two point attempts, 32 three point attempts and 15 free throw attempts = 64 of a possible 159 points = 40.3% of possible points scored.
They scored 54 on 30 two point attempts, 29 three point attempts and 6 free throw attempts = 54 of a possible 153 points = 35.3% of possible points scored.


Fouls

(Most fouls are called on two point shot attempts.)
We attempted 24 two point shots and were fouled 14 times = 1.71
They attempted 30 two point shots and were fouled 11 times = 2.73
At this rate, if we’d taken 30 two point shots, we’d have been fouled 17.5 times.


Comments

- The caliber of defense played by both teams is reflected in the scoring in ‘unsettled situation”, (after an offensive rebound or a turnover). We scored just 12 points after 19 such situations and Clemson scored 12 in 18. Normally a team will average a point per each situation. It’s hard for teams to play organized defense in those situations or do it with much intensity, at least for the first few seconds after the rebound or turnover but these teams kept right on playing sticky defense even when they lost or failed to get control of the ball.

- Here’s another defensive accomplishment: Clemson hit 17 of 28 two point shots in the first meeting, (60.7%). In this one they were 10/30 = 33.3%).

- You can deal with their bench out-scoring yours 10-28 if your starters out-score theirs 54-26.

- Both teams had 10 three pointers. We had one more two-pointer, 11-10. So how did 17 of their 20 baskets get credited with assists when only 14 of our 21 were?
 

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More of ours were on put-back’s or other O-rebounding situations.
That sequence where we missed THREE straight 3’s, but also got all 3 boards, and then finally canned the 4th one is a perfect example.

And of course, iso-ball = no assist.

We were much better w ball movement than recent usual.
But there were still iso-ball sets happening - Buddy abused that little white guy several times on iso backdown/drives.
 

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