Stephen Curry 21-22 Thread

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Re: Stephen Curry 21-22 Thread 

Post#81 » by TroubleS0me » Sat Dec 25, 2021 10:07 am

SpreeS wrote:
TroubleS0me wrote:Last 10 Games

24.1 PPG
FG% 37%
3PT FG% 34.8%

FT% 87.8
AST 4.4
TOVs 3.7


Stats slaves don’t understand that Curry’s
impact is over stats box

Last 10 games +/-

1. Curry +70



2. Lee +36
3. Moodey +26

7. Green +17

9. Wiggins +13


but you are responding to me with stats ...
the NBA is filled with stats

yes im aware of the graity & the little things he does
dont deny hes struggling shooting
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Re: Stephen Curry 21-22 Thread 

Post#82 » by SpreeS » Mon Dec 27, 2021 2:47 pm

TroubleS0me wrote:
SpreeS wrote:
TroubleS0me wrote:Last 10 Games

24.1 PPG
FG% 37%
3PT FG% 34.8%

FT% 87.8
AST 4.4
TOVs 3.7


Stats slaves don’t understand that Curry’s
impact is over stats box

Last 10 games +/-

1. Curry +70



2. Lee +36
3. Moodey +26

7. Green +17

9. Wiggins +13


but you are responding to me with stats ...
the NBA is filled with stats

yes im aware of the graity & the little things he does
dont deny hes struggling shooting


+/- is more impact stat, than box stat. He needs to shoot, he needs to be active, whether he hits or doesn't hit. For example GSW have shooted 8 from 10 then Curry was doubled with PHO last game.
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Re: Stephen Curry 21-22 Thread 

Post#83 » by Colbinii » Mon Dec 27, 2021 3:19 pm

SpreeS wrote:
TroubleS0me wrote:
SpreeS wrote:
Stats slaves don’t understand that Curry’s
impact is over stats box

Last 10 games +/-

1. Curry +70



2. Lee +36
3. Moodey +26

7. Green +17

9. Wiggins +13


but you are responding to me with stats ...
the NBA is filled with stats

yes im aware of the graity & the little things he does
dont deny hes struggling shooting


+/- is more impact stat, than box stat. He needs to shoot, he needs to be active, whether he hits or doesn't hit. For example GSW have shooted 8 from 10 then Curry was doubled with PHO last game.


Sounds like you are the stat slave :lol:
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Re: Stephen Curry 21-22 Thread 

Post#84 » by TroubleS0me » Mon Jan 10, 2022 3:56 pm

Klay is back bump
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Re: Stephen Curry 21-22 Thread 

Post#85 » by cpower » Mon Jan 10, 2022 6:55 pm

i would not worry about Curry, just check out his on/off numbers . his impact is still off the chart
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Re: Stephen Curry 21-22 Thread 

Post#86 » by oaktownwarriors87 » Mon Jan 10, 2022 10:53 pm

Curry without Draymond in 478 minutes

OFF: 116.7
DEF: 98.2
NET:+18.5
TS%: 61.9
eFG%: 56.7
PPP: 1.25
PP36: 30.2

Curry with Draymond in 773 minites

OFF: 115.1
DEF: 101.4
NET: +13.7
TS%: 57.5
eFG%: 53.3
PPP: 1.15
PP36: 26.3
PockyCandy wrote:Is Ball's shot any more ugly than Curry's? Curry just seems to launch it towards the basket like an 8 year old.
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Re: Stephen Curry 21-22 Thread 

Post#87 » by cpower » Mon Jan 10, 2022 11:10 pm

oaktownwarriors87 wrote:Curry without Draymond in 478 minutes

OFF: 116.7
DEF: 98.2
NET:+18.5
TS%: 61.9
eFG%: 56.7
PPP: 1.25
PP36: 30.2

Curry with Draymond in 773 minites

OFF: 115.1
DEF: 101.4
NET: +13.7
TS%: 57.5
eFG%: 53.3
PPP: 1.15
PP36: 26.3

we were forced to run this lineup most of the time and it is one of the worst ones we had. Poole being a 33% three point shooter certainly does not help (Dray and Loo are non threat). Replacing Poole with GP2 or Porter the offense was much better. I expect Klays return helping the offense a lot more.

S. Curry | D. Green | K. Looney | J. Poole | A. Wiggins
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Re: Stephen Curry 21-22 Thread 

Post#89 » by cpower » Wed Jan 12, 2022 4:25 pm

We just need Klay so badly right now, you just cant win games when your 2nd best offensive player is GP2 (as per BPM, fivethirtyeight and RAPM).
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Re: Stephen Curry 21-22 Thread 

Post#90 » by Colbinii » Wed Jan 12, 2022 5:01 pm

cpower wrote:We just need Klay so badly right now, you just cant win games when your 2nd best offensive player is GP2 (as per BPM, fivethirtyeight and RAPM).


It is also hard to win when your best player is averaging 21 points/4 turnovers on sub-50 TS%.
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Re: Stephen Curry 21-22 Thread 

Post#91 » by cpower » Wed Jan 12, 2022 5:05 pm

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cpower wrote:We just need Klay so badly right now, you just cant win games when your 2nd best offensive player is GP2 (as per BPM, fivethirtyeight and RAPM).


It is also hard to win when your best player is averaging 21 points/4 turnovers on sub-50 TS%.

i am talking about the whole season
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Re: Stephen Curry 21-22 Thread 

Post#92 » by Peregrine01 » Wed Jan 12, 2022 5:11 pm

oaktownwarriors87 wrote:Curry without Draymond in 478 minutes

OFF: 116.7
DEF: 98.2
NET:+18.5
TS%: 61.9
eFG%: 56.7
PPP: 1.25
PP36: 30.2

Curry with Draymond in 773 minites

OFF: 115.1
DEF: 101.4
NET: +13.7
TS%: 57.5
eFG%: 53.3
PPP: 1.15
PP36: 26.3


Quite surprised by this...and certainly a deviation from what it's looked like in the past. Might be random and I'm guessing the weird rotation patterns from Kerr has negatively affected Steph's rhythm. Any guesses why?
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Re: Stephen Curry 21-22 Thread 

Post#93 » by Colbinii » Wed Jan 12, 2022 5:33 pm

cpower wrote:
Colbinii wrote:
cpower wrote:We just need Klay so badly right now, you just cant win games when your 2nd best offensive player is GP2 (as per BPM, fivethirtyeight and RAPM).


It is also hard to win when your best player is averaging 21 points/4 turnovers on sub-50 TS%.

i am talking about the whole season


I'm definitely excited for Klay to be back. The line-up of GP2, Steph, Klay, Iggy and Draymond gives me mad 2016 vibes.
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Re: Stephen Curry 21-22 Thread 

Post#94 » by cpower » Wed Jan 12, 2022 5:40 pm

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oaktownwarriors87 wrote:Curry without Draymond in 478 minutes

OFF: 116.7
DEF: 98.2
NET:+18.5
TS%: 61.9
eFG%: 56.7
PPP: 1.25
PP36: 30.2

Curry with Draymond in 773 minites

OFF: 115.1
DEF: 101.4
NET: +13.7
TS%: 57.5
eFG%: 53.3
PPP: 1.15
PP36: 26.3


Quite surprised by this...and certainly a deviation from what it's looked like in the past. Might be random and I'm guessing the weird rotation patterns from Kerr has negatively affected Steph's rhythm. Any guesses why?

Green Looney JTA Iggy are all non threat offensively and we play awful a lot of them together with Curry.
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Re: Stephen Curry 21-22 Thread 

Post#95 » by TroubleS0me » Thu Jan 13, 2022 10:39 pm

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Re: Stephen Curry 21-22 Thread 

Post#97 » by HardenandWilt » Mon Jan 24, 2022 6:29 am

these new rules changes have had a big impact on curry and hardens game.. more than i think we thought.. before lillard was shut down he was playing below his level as well
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Post#98 » by feyki » Mon Jan 24, 2022 1:11 pm

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Re: Stephen Curry 21-22 Thread 

Post#99 » by TroubleS0me » Mon Jan 24, 2022 2:51 pm

Curry struggling any thoughts

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