Zach Randolph and the Memphis Grizzlies have fought through seven playoff games, with both the player and the team showing some characteristic play and some strange stuff. Since seven games is a small sample size, one can't take too much stock in particular eye-popping figures.
Randolph has struggled on the boards. One of the most dominant forces on the glass, he's pulled down misses at a pedestrian rate.
Meanwhile, Mike Conley is dishing out assists at a rate never seen before from the Ohio State product.
Both are figures that are sure to change.
On the other hand, the Grizzlies' clean offensive play and minutes given to bench players will stay the same.
Follow along for a breakdown of why each is occurring and how every typical or unseemly figure will play out.
Statistics are current through May 5 games.
Advanced metrics come from basketball-reference.com.