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PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2018 4:56 pm    Post subject:

#1 in Blocks per game (Up 6 Since Last Week)
#2 in Fast Break Points per game
#2 in Points in the Paint per game
#2 in Fast Break Efficiency (Up 1 Since Last Week)
#3 in percentage of points from 2 pointers (Up 1 Since Last week)
#5 in Shooting Percentage (Up 1 since last week)

#6 in Possessions per game (Down 2 Since Last Week)
#8 Effective Field Goal percentage (Down 4 Since Last Week)
#9 in Steals per game (Down 3 since last week)

#9 in Rebounds per game (Up 1 since last week)
#10 in Winning Percentage (Up 3 Since last week)
#10 in Scoring (Down 5 Since Last Week)
#10 in Defensive Efficiency (Up 9 since last week)
#11 in Opponents Turnovers per game (Down 4 since last week)
#12 in Opponents % Points from 3 pointers (Down 1 since last week)

#14 in Assists per game
#18 in Offensive Efficiency (Down 9 Since Last week)
#20 in Assist/ Turnover Ratio (Down 8 since last week)
#23 in 3 pointers (Down 8 spots since last week)
#23 in 3pt percentage (Down 12 since last week)
#27 Turnovers per game (Down 6 since last week)
#28 Free Throw Percentage (Down 5 Since Last Week)

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2018 12:12 am    Post subject:

13th offense
8th defense

Soon to be top ten in both categories... I hope !
And if I read the Luke Walton thread correctly, that is in spite of having the worst coach in the NBA ! So as soon as we hire a coaching genius like Mark Jackson or Jeff Van Gundy, we should be very good !!!!
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2018 12:15 am    Post subject:

durden-tyler wrote:
13th offense
8th defense

Soon to be top ten in both categories... I hope !
And if I read the Luke Walton thread correctly, that is in spite of having the worst coach in the NBA ! So as soon as we hire a coaching genius like Mark Jackson or Jeff Van Gundy, we should be very good !!!!



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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2018 12:19 am    Post subject:

The free throws are really keeping this team down right now. They simply can’t keep being this bad right?
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2018 3:39 am    Post subject:

durden-tyler wrote:
13th offense
8th defense

Soon to be top ten in both categories... I hope !
And if I read the Luke Walton thread correctly, that is in spite of having the worst coach in the NBA ! So as soon as we hire a coaching genius like Mark Jackson or Jeff Van Gundy, we should be very good !!!!




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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2018 4:14 am    Post subject:

Doc JC wrote:
The free throws are really keeping this team down right now. They simply can’t keep being this bad right?


That's insane...
So to prevent people saying I have blind love for Walton, I think this one is in part on him, from what I read from people who know basketball and especially shooting a lot more than I do, there are some things who could be corrected by changing bad habits some of our young players have (I'm looking at you Brandon and Lonzo), but it seems like the coaching staff doesn't care (or is unaware of these kind of problems). At some point if you keep make them practicing free throws and there's no improvement, you have to try something else. Is there someone in the coaching staff who is dedicated to this kind of stuff ?
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2018 8:42 am    Post subject:

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Lakers' net rating in the clutch
(score within 5 points in last 5 mins)
- 2014-15: minus-12.6
- 2015-16: minus-5.3
- 2016-17: minus-12.2
- 2017-18: minus-5.4
- 2018-19: +24.8 (entering Monday's clutch win over Heat)


https://twitter.com/bengolliver/status/1072367669486194688?s=21
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2018 9:54 am    Post subject:

Doc JC wrote:
The free throws are really keeping this team down right now. They simply can’t keep being this bad right?


The good thing about the free throws is they get a lot more attempts than their opponents and it seems to increase even more late in games. If teams can't get to the line, the Lakers win that battle even when they shoot a low percentage.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2018 12:14 pm    Post subject:

epak wrote:
durden-tyler wrote:
13th offense
8th defense

Soon to be top ten in both categories... I hope !
And if I read the Luke Walton thread correctly, that is in spite of having the worst coach in the NBA ! So as soon as we hire a coaching genius like Mark Jackson or Jeff Van Gundy, we should be very good !!!!



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Que asco!
How could people even suggest those 2 as an alternative.?
I agree with the Luke needs to go sentiment, he'll cost us close series
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2018 12:24 pm    Post subject:

A surprising stat I just found on Twitter. In the Lakers 10 lowest paced games of the year, they're 8 wins 2 losses.

https://twitter.com/hmfaigen/status/1072550058346930176
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2018 9:57 pm    Post subject:

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Lakers' net rating in the clutch
(score within 5 points in last 5 mins)
- 2014-15: minus-12.6
- 2015-16: minus-5.3
- 2016-17: minus-12.2
- 2017-18: minus-5.4
- 2018-19: +24.8 (entering Monday's clutch win over Heat)


https://twitter.com/bengolliver/status/1072367669486194688?s=21


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2018 12:55 am    Post subject:

This season, through 27 games, the Lakers have been one of the best clutch teams in the league. In games that are within 5 points or fewer in the last 5 minutes of games, the Lakers have the 4th most wins (10) and the 6th best winning percentage (.588 at 10-7 overall) — including going 6-2 in these games over their last 15 contests.

If these numbers don’t pop to you, here is a sampling of other stats the Lakers are boasting during the season in games the NBA defines as clutch (within 5 points in the final 5 minutes of the game):

Plus/Minus: +24, 3rd in the NBA
Offensive Efficiency: 124.5, 2nd in the NBA
Defensive Efficiency: 100.9, 10th in the NBA
Net Rating: +23.7, 3rd in the NBA
Assist to Turnover Ratio: 2.78, 2nd in the NBA
Turnover Rate: 8.2%, 5th in the NBA
Offensive Rebounding Percentage: 47.5%, 1st in the NBA
3-point FG%: 47.3%, 2nd in the NBA
Free Throw Rate: .613, 6th in the NBA
Opponents FT Rate: .326, 7th in the NBA
Opponents FG%: 40.2%, 7th in the NBA

Simply put, the Lakers have been ramping up their offense to insane levels in games that are close late. They’re hitting nearly half their 3-pointers, rarely turning the ball over, getting to the FT line a ton, and when they do miss shots they’re turning every rebound into, basically, a 50/50 ball (shout-out to Tyson Chandler and his tip backs). Defensively they’re not quite at the same level they are on offense, but they’re doing two very important things really well: they’re not fouling and they’re forcing misses.


https://www.forumblueandgold.com/2018/12/11/lakers-clutch-nba/

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2018 1:55 am    Post subject:

drae wrote:
This season, through 27 games, the Lakers have been one of the best clutch teams in the league. In games that are within 5 points or fewer in the last 5 minutes of games, the Lakers have the 4th most wins (10) and the 6th best winning percentage (.588 at 10-7 overall) — including going 6-2 in these games over their last 15 contests.

If these numbers don’t pop to you, here is a sampling of other stats the Lakers are boasting during the season in games the NBA defines as clutch (within 5 points in the final 5 minutes of the game):

Plus/Minus: +24, 3rd in the NBA
Offensive Efficiency: 124.5, 2nd in the NBA
Defensive Efficiency: 100.9, 10th in the NBA
Net Rating: +23.7, 3rd in the NBA
Assist to Turnover Ratio: 2.78, 2nd in the NBA
Turnover Rate: 8.2%, 5th in the NBA
Offensive Rebounding Percentage: 47.5%, 1st in the NBA
3-point FG%: 47.3%, 2nd in the NBA
Free Throw Rate: .613, 6th in the NBA
Opponents FT Rate: .326, 7th in the NBA
Opponents FG%: 40.2%, 7th in the NBA

Simply put, the Lakers have been ramping up their offense to insane levels in games that are close late. They’re hitting nearly half their 3-pointers, rarely turning the ball over, getting to the FT line a ton, and when they do miss shots they’re turning every rebound into, basically, a 50/50 ball (shout-out to Tyson Chandler and his tip backs). Defensively they’re not quite at the same level they are on offense, but they’re doing two very important things really well: they’re not fouling and they’re forcing misses.


https://www.forumblueandgold.com/2018/12/11/lakers-clutch-nba/

The Lakers have discovered something all great teams have - the extra gear


Contrary to popular belief, LBJ's teams have almost always been remarkably good in the clutch. Look at last season's Cavs, who finished 50-32 but had an expected record (based on point differential/SRS) of 43-39. And then, of course, they made the finals, winning two game sevens and sweeping a 59-23 Raptors team in the process.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2018 3:36 pm    Post subject:

A little of how much our game changed from the beginning of the season, according to our stats, compared to the League.

http://bball-index.com/stat-tracking-lakers-2019-2/

Nice article by our own Mike@LG
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 13, 2018 3:42 pm    Post subject:

drae wrote:
This season, through 27 games, the Lakers have been one of the best clutch teams in the league. In games that are within 5 points or fewer in the last 5 minutes of games, the Lakers have the 4th most wins (10) and the 6th best winning percentage (.588 at 10-7 overall) — including going 6-2 in these games over their last 15 contests.

If these numbers don’t pop to you, here is a sampling of other stats the Lakers are boasting during the season in games the NBA defines as clutch (within 5 points in the final 5 minutes of the game):

Plus/Minus: +24, 3rd in the NBA
Offensive Efficiency: 124.5, 2nd in the NBA
Defensive Efficiency: 100.9, 10th in the NBA
Net Rating: +23.7, 3rd in the NBA
Assist to Turnover Ratio: 2.78, 2nd in the NBA
Turnover Rate: 8.2%, 5th in the NBA
Offensive Rebounding Percentage: 47.5%, 1st in the NBA
3-point FG%: 47.3%, 2nd in the NBA
Free Throw Rate: .613, 6th in the NBA
Opponents FT Rate: .326, 7th in the NBA
Opponents FG%: 40.2%, 7th in the NBA

Simply put, the Lakers have been ramping up their offense to insane levels in games that are close late. They’re hitting nearly half their 3-pointers, rarely turning the ball over, getting to the FT line a ton, and when they do miss shots they’re turning every rebound into, basically, a 50/50 ball (shout-out to Tyson Chandler and his tip backs). Defensively they’re not quite at the same level they are on offense, but they’re doing two very important things really well: they’re not fouling and they’re forcing misses.


https://www.forumblueandgold.com/2018/12/11/lakers-clutch-nba/

The Lakers have discovered something all great teams have - the extra gear


So where do the Pelicans rank in these categories... and if we are so good in so many key areas... why should we trade the core for AD before we even sign the 2nd elite agent?
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2018 11:10 pm    Post subject:

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The Lakers rank 30th in Unguarded C&S & 30th in Spot Ups whilst also ranking 30th in FT%

The Lakers do not have a shooting coach


https://twitter.com/bj_metta/status/1077092461531426816?s=21
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2018 11:11 pm    Post subject:

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The Lakers rank 30th in Unguarded C&S & 30th in Spot Ups whilst also ranking 30th in FT%

The Lakers do not have a shooting coach


https://twitter.com/bj_metta/status/1077092461531426816?s=21


Disgusting.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2018 11:16 pm    Post subject:

Jeez. Those stats are atrocious.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2018 1:24 am    Post subject:

Get LeBron, one of the best drive and dish players of all time and surround him with a team of players unable to hit wide-open shots (let alone guarded ones)? I can't believe we have as many wins as we do. Speaks to his greatness more than anything.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2018 1:47 am    Post subject:

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The Lakers rank 30th in Unguarded C&S & 30th in Spot Ups whilst also ranking 30th in FT%

The Lakers do not have a shooting coach


https://twitter.com/bj_metta/status/1077092461531426816?s=21


Thanks for the link. Just read that guy's timeline. We obviously aren't gonna hire a shooting coach by the end of the year. And that guy is gonna lose it.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2018 2:50 pm    Post subject:

#2 in Fast Break Points per game
#2 in Points in the Paint per game
#2 in Fast Break Efficiency
#3 in Shooting Percentage (Up 2 since Dec 1st)
#4 Effective Field Goal percentage (Up 4 Since Dec 1st)

#5 in Blocks per game (Down 5 since Since Dec 1st)
#5 in percentage of points from 2 pointers (Down 3 since Dec 1st)

#5 in Possessions per game (Up 1 Since Dec 1st)
#6 in Rebounds per game (Up 3 since Dec 1st)
#9 in Winning Percentage (Up 1 Since Dec 1st)
#9 in Scoring (Up 1 Since Dec 1st)

#11 in Steals per game (Down 2 since Dec 1st)
#11 in Defensive Efficiency (Down 1 since Dec 1st)
#13 in Opponents Turnovers per game (Down 2 since Dec 1st)
#13 in Opponents % Points from 3 pointers (Down 1 since Dec 1st)

#14 in Assists per game
#16 in Assist/ Turnover Ratio (Up 4 since Dec 1st)
#17 in Offensive Efficiency (Up 1 Since Dec 1st)
#18 in 3 pointers (Up 5 since Dec 1st)
#18 in 3pt percentage (Up 5 since Dec 1st)
#24 Turnovers per game (Up 3 since Dec 1st)

#30 Free Throw Percentage (Down 2 Since Dec 1st)
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2018 8:43 am    Post subject:

^ Thanks Aussie.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2018 3:13 pm    Post subject:

18 players have had their season highs against the Lakers so far
All the season highs mentioned below were against the Lakers

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Player   Season High   PPG
John Wall   40   20.7
LaMarcus Aldridge   37   19.0
DeMar DeRozan   36   23.1
Nikola Vucevic   36   20.5
Lou Williams   36   18.2
Serge Ibaka   34   16.4
Rudy Gay   31   13.8
Justise Winslow   28   11.6
Nik Stauskas   24   6.5
Andre Iguodala   23   5.5
Monte Morris   20   10.3
Sam Dekker   20   6.3
Miles Bridges   17   7.1
Josh Okogie   17   6.5
Wayne Selden   17   5.6
Tyson Chandler   14   3.7
Sindarius Thornwell   7   1.4
DeVaughn Akoon-Purcell   2   1.0

On average, the players mentioned above have scored approximately 13.6 points more than their regular season PPG this season.
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The Lakers rank 2nd in the NBA in defensive efficiency since LeBron/Rondo went out on Dec. 25, but just 28th in offense. They’re 3-5 overall without that pair, but 3-2 when Kuzma plays the full game (Kuz missed the 2nd half vs. OKC, whole game vs. NYK and at MIN).

https://twitter.com/LakersReporter/status/1083892947597160448
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#2 in Fast Break Points per game
#2 in Points in the Paint per game
#3 in Rebounds per game (Up 3 since Jan 1st)
#3 in Fast Break Efficiency (Down 1 Since Jan 1st)
#4 in percentage of points from 2 pointers (Up 1 since Jan 1st)
#6 in Blocks per game (Down 1 since Since Jan 1st)
#5 in Possessions per game
#7 in Defensive Efficiency (Up 4 since Jan 1st)
#8 in Shooting Percentage (Up 2 since Jan 1st)
#12 in Opponents Turnovers per game (Up 1 since Jan 1st)
#13 in Steals per game (Down 2 since Jan 1st)
#13 Effective Field Goal percentage (Down 9 Since Jan 1st)
#14 in Winning Percentage (Down 5 Since Jan 1st)
#15 in Scoring (Down 6 Since Jan 1st)

#14 in Assists per game
#18 in Assist/ Turnover Ratio (Down 2 since Jan 1st)
#18 in 3 pointers (Down 1 since Jan 1st)
#22 in Offensive Efficiency (Down 5 Since Jan 1st)
#26 Turnovers per game (Down 2 since Jan 1st)
#27 in 3pt percentage (Down 9 since Jan 1st)

#30 Free Throw Percentage
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