Those Houston jump shots were scary in the first half but the law of averages caught up with them in the second half.
Top 3 Contributors
3. Tony Parker - .53 CPM Tony had a great game which culminated in the 4th. He finished the game with 24 points on 8-16 shooting, 7-8 free throws, 4 Assists, 2 Steals, to go with 2 Turnovers and 4 Fouls.
2. Tiago Splitter -.57 CPM he only played 17 minutes but he was very efficient in that time going for 6 points on 3-4 shooting, 4 Rebounds, 3 Assists, 1 Steal to go with 1 Foul and 1 Turnover.
1. Tim Duncan - .86 CPM someone woke up the Dragon last night...He was asleep the 1st Quarter, was waking up the 2nd and then decided to roast the Rockets in the 3rd with 16 Points on 7 -9 shooting, 5 Rebounds and 2-4 Free Throws.
Bottom 3 Contributors
3. Richard Jefferson - .2 CPM in over 20 minutes of play RJ had 6 Points and 1 Assist. Compare that to Tiago who came in with 17 minutes of play and had 6 Points, 3 Assists, 4 Rebounds and 1 Steal.
2. DeJuan Blair - .19 CPM Although Blair's CPM is low, I will say that by watching the game, I know that the CPM nor the Box Score does him justice. He completely took Scola out of the game. Scola ended up with a -.07 CPM. I need to figure some way of showing defense...perhaps a differential in positions of CPM? not sure...
1. Kawhi Leonard - .17 CPM not only did he get his lunch money taken by Kevin Martin but he was also terribly inefficient while on the floor. He went 1-5 shooting and ended up with 3 points in a little over 8 minutes of play.