Statistical Comparisons 2012 Roster vs 2013 Roster - Page 2 - TigerDroppings.com

Posted byMessage
hendersonshands
USA Fan
Univ. of Louisiana Ragin Cajuns
Member since Oct 2007
118095 posts

re: Statistical Comparisons 2012 Roster vs 2013 Roster


Good post. frick it, have an upvote.





Back to top
  Replies (0)
Fearthehat0307
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Dec 2007
51003 posts

re: Statistical Comparisons 2012 Roster vs 2013 Roster


quote:

Added some new "cleaner" data to the OP.
doing work






Back to top
  Replies (0)
dgtiger3
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
Prairieville
Member since Sep 2005
4490 posts
 Online 

re: Statistical Comparisons 2012 Roster vs 2013 Roster


Key things that stick out to me.

Holiday was a slightly more productive PG offensively and much better defensively.

Tyreke is such a shot in the arm offensively for this team. The 5th most productive SG on the offensive side of the ball.

As much as people like to knock him Lopez was very effecient 5 last season. But there is no dropout defensively with Smith in the game.






Back to top
NorthshoreTiger76
LSU Fan
Madisonville LA
Member since May 2009
35630 posts

re: Statistical Comparisons 2012 Roster vs 2013 Roster


Hey OP it's New Orleans Pelicans





Back to top
dgtiger3
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
Prairieville
Member since Sep 2005
4490 posts
 Online 

re: Statistical Comparisons 2012 Roster vs 2013 Roster


quote:

Hey OP it's New Orleans Pelicans


Anytime I was referencing something that the team did last season I called them the Hornets, because thats what the team was named, LAST SEASON.

I even put a nice little Disclaimer for you to clear that up, in case you werent clear on it before.

quote:

EDIT: This is Last Years Ratings, the team was still the Hornets last season!


But thanks for your input!






Back to top
Fearthehat0307
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Dec 2007
51003 posts

re: Statistical Comparisons 2012 Roster vs 2013 Roster


I really like that net going from -.7 to 13. should make a world of difference


This post was edited on 7/6 at 12:06 pm


Back to top
dgtiger3
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
Prairieville
Member since Sep 2005
4490 posts
 Online 

re: Statistical Comparisons 2012 Roster vs 2013 Roster


Some more interesting comparisons.



From a production standpoint, Roberts was pretty similar to Vasquez last season.

I don't think Asik is the elite defensive big as some have made him out to be.



I also added a link to my data I collected if anyone wants to look at it.

PER is by no means and perfect stat, but it does help to clear up some things that our eyes maybe arent telling us.
GOOGLE DOC






Back to top
  Replies (0)
Interception
Providence Fan
Member since Nov 2008
11089 posts

re: Statistical Comparisons 2012 Roster vs 2013 Roster


You got a up vote brother!

Great Post!!!







Back to top
  Replies (0)
Interception
Providence Fan
Member since Nov 2008
11089 posts

re: Statistical Comparisons 2012 Roster vs 2013 Roster


quote:

Holiday was a slightly more productive PG offensively and much better defensively.


I agree, Holidays defense is the most overlooked aspect in all this IMO.

quote:

Tyreke is such a shot in the arm offensively for this team. The 5th most productive SG on the offensive side of the ball.


I believe Tyreke is going to be talked into playing more of the 3 than we are anticipating. We got to get him at least 30-36 minutes a game. If we are playing more of a wide open game it becomes irrelevant if he plays the 2 or 3. I think the main problem is that Tyreke doesn't want to guard the 3, it's more of a defensive preference IMO.






Back to top
dgtiger3
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
Prairieville
Member since Sep 2005
4490 posts
 Online 

re: Statistical Comparisons 2012 Roster vs 2013 Roster


quote:

I believe Tyreke is going to be talked into playing more of the 3 than we are anticipating. We got to get him at least 30-36 minutes a game. If we are playing more of a wide open game it becomes irrelevant if he plays the 2 or 3. I think the main problem is that Tyreke doesn't want to guard the 3, it's more of a defensive preference IMO.


Oh I think we will see Holiday, Gordon, Evans on the court together for atleast 5-10 minutes a game.

Defensively his numbers were pretty similar when playing the 2 or 3, because athletically he can handle most of the 3's in the league.

His eFG% did drop from .520 at the 2, to .453 at the 3. His shot may suffer a little when he doesn't have the height advantage he does against most of the SG's in the league.

Tyreke Evans






Back to top
  Replies (0)
tgr4ever
LSU Fan
Atlanta
Member since Jul 2011
10678 posts

re: Statistical Comparisons 2012 Roster vs 2013 Roster


quote:

I think the main problem is that Tyreke doesn't want to guard the 3
Huh?






Back to top
Interception
Providence Fan
Member since Nov 2008
11089 posts

re: Statistical Comparisons 2012 Roster vs 2013 Roster


quote:

Huh?


I'm throwing that out there. Guarding larger/ taller players and being guarded by those at the 3 is why he wants to play the 2.






Back to top
  Replies (0)
TPecoraro23
New Orleans Saints Fan
NOLA
Member since Apr 2013
281 posts

re: Statistical Comparisons 2012 Roster vs 2013 Roster


quote:

has anyone put this team together in NBA 2k13 and run some simulations? That's really the only true way to find out what our team will look like.


they have rosters u can download that people made on 2k share, with all player trades and rooks on the roster. soon as FA clears up a bit, ill run another sim, because howard, ellis, etc go to a team we know they wont go too. i ran a few just as is and we usually get between the 6-8 seed, with around 44 wins, and in the 3 sims, we lost 1st round twice, lost 2nd round (4-1 to spurs, 4-2 to thunder) the other time beating the spurs 4-3 in the 1st round, losing to the thunder in round 2, 4-1.






Back to top
  Replies (0)


Back to top