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Re: Pistons - Nets 2nd-half stats

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  • mrintp2000
    -- By the way - informal poll: Where is the greater disparity in overall quality of play - between Jason Kidd and Chauncey Billups, OR between Richard
    Message 1 of 4 , May 5, 2004
      --"By the way - informal poll:

      Where is the greater disparity in overall quality of play - between Jason
      Kidd and Chauncey Billups, OR between Richard Jefferson and Richard
      Hamilton?

      I vote for the two Richards."

      Well, I'd say the two backcourts are pretty even. The P-D for Kidd is
      6.3, Kittles is 2.0. Billups is 7.4, Hamilton is 2.3.

      At the SF, Prince is 4.1, Jefferson is 5.8. So an edge to NJ. The PF's
      are even as well.

      Where Detroit is much better is at the center spot, and a superior bench.


      In APBR_analysis@yahoogroups.com, "Daniel Dickey" <danthestatman@h...>
      wrote:
      > >From: "Mike G" <msg_53@h...>
      > >Reply-To: APBR_analysis@yahoogroups.com
      > >To: APBR_analysis@yahoogroups.com
      > >Subject: [APBR_analysis] Pistons - Nets 2nd-half stats
      > >Date: Mon, 03 May 2004 14:50:46 -0000
      > >
      > >Detroit
      > >T player team Pct. sco reb ast
      > >33.4 Wallace,Rasheed Det .515 20 8 2
      > >32.6 Billups,Chauncey Det .559 20 4 7
      > >30.8 Hamilton,Richard Det .523 21 4 5
      > >30.6 Wallace,Ben Det .434 11 13 2
      > >27.2 Okur,Mehmet Det .554 18 8 1
      > >25.4 James,Mike Det .533 14 4 6
      > >25.0 Williamson,Corli Det .566 20 5 1
      > >22.8 Campbell,Elden Det .482 13 7 2
      > >22.8 Prince,Tayshaun Det .563 14 5 3
      > >17.6 Hunter,Lindsey Det .381 5 4 5
      > >11.8 Ham,Darvin Det .530 6 5 1
      > >
      > >This is a hella deep team, with almost no bench filler. A strong 10-
      > >man rotation.
      > >
      > >Rasheed is right behind Ben in shotblocking (3.1-2.4)
      > >
      > >
      > >New Jersey
      > >35.4 Martin,Kenyon NJ .540 20 11 3
      > >35.0 Jefferson,Richar NJ .593 24 6 5
      > >34.6 Kidd,Jason NJ .466 15 8 10
      > >28.8 Rogers,Rodney NJ .537 16 8 4
      > >25.4 Kittles,Kerry NJ .521 16 5 3
      > >22.0 Williams,Aaron NJ .535 12 7 2
      > >20.9 Harris,Lucious NJ .507 13 4 4
      > >19.4 Collins,Jason NJ .516 8 8 3
      > >18.2 Planinic,Zoran NJ .504 10 4 5
      > >17.3 Scalabrine,Brian NJ .504 9 6 2
      > >13.3 Armstrong,Brando NJ .467 10 3 1
      > >
      > >Kidd's scoring has returned to pre-2002 level. Now he passes the
      > >torch.
      > >
      > >I didn't notice RR returning to form. He's also rebounding. Harris
      > >and Kittles and Williams have gotten respectable, too.
      > >
      >
      > By the way - informal poll:
      >
      > Where is the greater disparity in overall quality of play - between
      Jason
      > Kidd and Chauncey Billups, OR between Richard Jefferson and Richard
      > Hamilton?
      >
      > I vote for the two Richards.
      >
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