Gravy wrote: NoDopeOnSundays wrote:
Gravy wrote:To be fair I rewatched all the offensive possessions in the 3rd qtr(because I'm nuts?)
Looks like the overwhelming amount of offense was run through Kemba. Randle had only 1 possession where he ran down the clock to end the quarter and he was extremely efficient. Maybe it was the other quarters where he was hogging the ball and forcing everyone else to shoot with 1 sec left on the clock?
"Hey guys, I went and looked at 1/4th of something to counter all the stats from the other 3/4ths you just used that come directly from NBA.com, checkmate"
That's basically your post. Impossible to debate anything with people who get actual data thrown in their face and come back with "Well, I watched". Cool.
Well yall are the same statisticians that said Frank is a great player because of his high +/- and the Knicks are the best team in the league when Payton is not playing so yes I have to watch the games myself.
I like how all the bad stats in the offense are because of Randle even when he is not on the court.
4th Quarter: Still dont see Randle passing with 1 sec left on the clock every play and taking all the shots
randle comes in 7:06 with the team down 7
Rose to Randle to IQ jumper 13 seconds on clock
Rose to randle 13 sec randle to Burks 10 sec, burks to RJ
rj to randle to burks to IQ jumper 10 sec
randle to Burks jumper 13 sec
randle bad pass to IQ 13 sec
Rose to Randle to RJ 8 sec under basket
Rose to RJ
Rose to Randle 14 sec, Randle to Burks 8 sec, Burks back to Randle 3 sec, Randle to Burks
Rose fast break
Randle iso score
Rose drive Randle tip in
Randle iso 14 sec
RJ to IQ
Randle drive score
Ah, the bad faith arguments.
Also, where did I say 1 second? At least know what the stat is if you're gonna try and argue against it. A very late shot is defined as being with 4-0 seconds left on the clock, 20% of all the shots we took last night fit that criteria, or do you know more than NBA tracking data?
This is from last nights game
We're 22nd in the league overall in that too.