Wednesday, March 7, 2012

HEAT Produced: Miami 108, New Jersey 78

LeBron James was the most productive HEAT player and Deron Williams' production was below average in a 30-point blowout of the Nets.

The spreadsheet below lists the wins produced estimated from the box score of the game against the Nets. An average player produces 0.100 estimated wins per 48 minutes (est.WP48), star players produce 0.200 est.WP48 and great players produce 0.300 est.WP48. See the HEAT Produced Page for more details.

Most Productive HEAT Players
LeBron led the HEAT with an estimated 0.4 wins produced in 29.6 minutes (0.611 est.WP48) from 21 points, 86% shooting efficiency, nine rebounds, six assists and five turnovers. It was LeBron's ninth-most productive game this season

In his return to the lineup, Chris Bosh was the second most productive HEAT player with an est. 0.2 wins produced in 24 minutes (0.387 est.WP48) from 20 points, 64% shooting efficiency, two rebounds and one steal. It was Bosh's 10th-most productive game this season.

Least Productive HEAT Player
Joel Anthony produced -0.026 est. wins in 18.8 minutes (-0.065 est.WP48) from two points, 50% shooting efficiency, three rebounds and two fouls. It was The Warden's ninth-least productive game of the season.

Most Productive Nets Players
Johan Petro led the Nets with 0.1 est. wins produced in 28.6 minutes (0.173 est.WP48) from 11 points, 50% shooting efficiency, eight rebounds and three steals.

Shelden Williams was second on the Nets with 0.042 est. wins produced in 17.5 minutes (0.116 est.WP48) from 0 points, three steals, two rebounds and one block.

Petro and Williams' production helped the Nets outplay the HEAT in the middle with 0.140 est. wins produced by New Jersey centers compared to just 0.060 est. wins produced by the HEAT centers.

Deron Williams only produced 0.026 est. wins in 26.1 minutes for a below average 0.048 est.WP48 from 16 points, 62% shooting efficiency, four assists and three turnovers. He was outplayed by HEAT rookie Norris Cole, who finished with 0.1 est. wins produced in 22.1 minutes for an above average 0.247 est.WP48 from 13 points, 86% shooting efficiency(!), four assists and two turnovers.

Least Productive Nets Player
Gerald Green produced -0.2 est. wins in 22 minutes (-0.444 est.WP48) from three points, 21% shooting efficiency, three turnovers and two fouls in his return to the NBA from the D-League.

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