Originally Posted by DarthSka
CP on #TeamD.Roze?!
Not a good look, man.
If you've got analytics that could possibly disprove my eye test: I'm listening.
Gets to the line a lot. 3rd most in the league. Behind Harden & Cousins. Consistently does this every year.
Coverts at the basket really well.
Shoots above average from 14 feet in.
Around average from 15-19
Increased his efficiency by decreasing his 16 > 3P shots by almost 10% in the past year.
Catch and shoot 3s, he shot 42% up about 10% from normal, 20% when it's off the dribble. So clearly he has some ability to shoot 3s under the right circumstance. It's about keeping him from going full-Kobe, and be a catch and shoot shooter from 3.
Get a lot of motion in your offense where you get him open looks off the catch from 3, and keep his shot selection trending in the right way (cut 16 > 3P shots down more, optimally you'd want about 4-4.5 shots to be around 2, and make them 3 pointers or shots at the basket).
You then get a guy who is really near the top in efficiency for a wing player.
Points Per Shot
1. Steph Curry - 1.49
2. James Harden - 1.47
3. Kevin Durant - 1.47
4. Kawhi Leonard - 1.40
5. J.J. Reddick - 1.39
6. Kyle Lowry - 1.36
7. LeBron James - 1.36
8. Jimmy Butler - 1.35
T-9 DeMar DeRozan, Greek Freak, Darren Collison - 1.33
Getting rid of 2 shots from 16>3P to 3Point shots or toward the basket would improve him a bit.Edited by Essential1 - 5/6/16 at 1:37pm