Blind Resume | Point Guard-2/26/10

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Blind Resume | Point Guard-2/26/10

Okay, connoisseurs of all that is basketball, let us take the time and pour over some numbers. Below you will find raw statistics. The identities of these players are removed to avoid any possible allegiances or biases. Please avoid guessing or suggesting the players indicated by the statistics. Let’s discuss the possible value these players bring to their teams and to any team.

Today, we look at a pair of point guards. We analyzed two quarterbacks of the hard court about a month ago. Let’s look at two others.

 

Player A

PPG 15.4 (team scores 74 per game while allowing 64.6), FG percentage 46.3 (142/307 team shoots 47.9 percent – 768/ 1,602), 3Pt. percentage 36.0 (31/ 86 team shoots 33.6 – 139/ 414), FT percentage 78.9 (101/ 128), Assists to Turnovers 1.8: 1 (4.1 assists, 2.1 turnovers, team ratio 1.3: 1) RPG 1.9 (team rebound margin +8.5), SPG 1.1, BPG .1, Fouls 1.4, Minutes played 31.1. His team’s strength of schedule is currently ranked 41st.

 

Player B

PPG 18.8 (team scores 81 while allowing 68.9), FG percentage 42.4 (144/ 340 team shoots 42.4 percent – 726/ 1,568), 3Pt. percentage 39.6 (76/ 192 team shoots 36.4 – 185/ 508), FT percentage 80.9 (144/ 178), Assists to Turnovers 1.4 : 1 (3.8 assists, 2.8 turnovers, team ratio 1 : 1), RPG 2.5 (team rebound margin +5.5), SPG 1.7, BPG .1, Fouls 2.3, Minutes played 30.9, His team’s strength of schedule is currently ranked 9th.

 

Remember, the object is NOT to guess or suggest the player identities. The identities will be disclosed later. Time to talk some hoops.

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