Game Stats and Comments: Harding 103, North Alabama 96 (OT)

Saturday’s game was clearly an exciting one.  Here are the keys:

 

  UNA HU +/-  
Eff 107.8 117.2 -9.4 Actual net efficiency
TS% 60.7 61.4 -0.007  
OR% 28.2% 21.4% 0.068  
TR 18.2 10.5 -0.078  
      -10.5 Predicted net efficiency

 

And the non-traditional stats:

## Player Name   MIN GS GS/M TS% PPR AR TR RR
24  Andrepont, Patrick  19 7.6 0.400 58.3 10.5 33.3 0.0 8.8%
30  Hall, Matt  39 21.2 0.544 54.3 6.8 12.7 0.0 1.4%
42  Thies, Jacob  8 -2.1 -0.263 0.0 -25.0 0.0 100.0 6.9%
21  Sims, Brandon  32 16.2 0.506 62.1 5.2 22.4 5.6 10.4%
22  Barnett, Steven  25 9.3 0.372 84.0 -2.7 36.3 29.1 11.1%
04  Kee, Cole  –  15 12.0 0.800 94.5 8.9 22.5 0.0 7.4%
12  Bibb, Reggie  –  8 -1.5 -0.188 0.0 8.3 33.3 0.0 0.0%
15  Hamilton, Rick  –  34 15.5 0.456 66.1 -6.9 5.0 15.1 9.8%
32  Morgan, Trent  –  28 7.8 0.279 58.1 7.1 40.3 13.4 4.0%
34  Bynum, Jesse  –  5 1.2 0.240 0.0 13.3 100.0 0.0 33.3%
40  Howard, Brian  –  12 -1.9 -0.158 0.0 -8.3 0.0 50.0 9.3%
TM  TEAM  –  0 3.4 0.000 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0%

 

Comments:

This is the game that killed Thies’ turnover ratio.  Eight minutes with a rebound, a foul, and two turnovers will do that for a player.  He’ll need to hold on to the ball if he doesn’t want his PER to venture into the red.

Games like this for Matt Hall show the true value of “true shooting percentage.”  Case in point: Hall made just 8 of his 21 shots but hit 12 of his 15 free throw tries and finished with a respectable 54.3 TS%.  Getting to the free throw line and making your shots is important, and Hall does it extremely well.

Champion Baptist comes in for a beating tonight, so we’ll probably only see the starters for 20 minutes or so.  The stats could look pretty crazy, depending on how far out of hand this one gets.

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3 thoughts on “Game Stats and Comments: Harding 103, North Alabama 96 (OT)

  1. Howard looked better in trash time v Texas College than he did in real time v NA. Still better a option than Thies. He has lots of raw talent to work with.

    Morgan and Hamilton will have to play to defend opponents with quick feet. Neither Andrepont or Sims can do that. They are straight up and down players.

  2. Yeah, I hate that Andrepont and Sims don’t defend very well, because it requires certain other players to be on the court at all times. I’m still looking forward to seeing Howard, Morgan, Hamilton, and others. Following the games online just isn’t the same.

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