Thursday, March 8, 2012

HEAT Produced: Miami 89, Atlanta 86


LeBron James put on a show early but the Miami HEAT needed Udonis Haslem and Dwyane Wade in the fourth quarter to close out the Hawks with a three-point win on the second night of a back-to-back.

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 41.6 minutes (0.455 est.WP48) from 31 points, 60% shooting efficiency, 11 rebounds, 1 steal and 2 blocks. LeBron has been more productive on back-to-backs (0.375 est.WP48) than games with rest this season (0.338 est.WP48).


2012 HEAT BACK-TO-BACK SUMMARY
PLAYER GP MIN EWP48 EST WP
L James 11 419.4 0.375 3.276
S Battier 12 327.8 0.163 1.114
D Wade 9 295.4 0.181 1.112
J Anthony 12 272.3 0.101 0.574
M Chalmers 11 333.3 0.078 0.538
C Bosh 11 399.8 0.051 0.427
U Haslem 12 320.9 0.051 0.343
M Miller 8 140 0.062 0.181
T Harris 2 45.1 0.185 0.174
J Jones 9 87.4 0.038 0.068
M Gladness 2 7.8 -0.384 -0.062
D Pittman 5 44.6 -0.133 -0.123
J Howard 6 18.9 -0.653 -0.257
E Curry 5 26.2 -0.533 -0.291
N Cole 12 240.5 -0.074 -0.372

Udonis Haslem was the second-most productive HEAT player with 0.3 est. wins produced in 21.2 minutes (0.618 est.WP48) from 8 points, 67% shooting efficiency, 4 rebounds and 4 steals. 

UD and Dwyane Wade were the only HEAT players that provided above average production in the fourth quarter. Haslem played all 12 minutes in the fourth quarter and produced 0.515 est.WP48. 

Wade was the third-most productive HEAT player in the game with 0.2 est. wins produced and 0.244 est.WP48. He produced 0.447 est.WP48 when Erik Spoelstra put him in for the last 6:52 of the game. LeBron only produced -0.018 est.WP48 in the fourth quarter.

Least Productive HEAT Players
Chris Bosh was the least productive HEAT player with -0.2 est. wins produced in 31.9 minutes (-0.280 est.WP48) from 9 points, 21% shooting efficiency, 8 rebounds, 4 turnovers and 3 fouls. It was the fourth-least productive game by a HEAT player this season. 

Before this game, Bosh's per-minute production on the second game of back-to-backs (0.080 est.WP48) was 50% less than his production in games with rest (0.161 est.WP48).

Most Productive Hawks
Josh Smith led the Hawks with 0.1 est. wins produced in 37.8 minutes (0.165 est.WP48) from 23 points, 43% shooting efficiency, 6 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals and 1 block. Smith ended the season series with an average of 0.059 est.WP48 vs. the HEAT.

Jeff Teague was the second-most productive Hawk with 0.1 est. wins produced in 32.4 minutes (0.139 est.WP48) from 16 points, 67% shooting, 4 rebounds, 2 assists and 5 turnovers. Teague and Jannero Pargo (0.310 est.WP48) helped the Hawks dominate the point guard battle and limit Mario Chalmers and Norris Cole to just 0.044 est.WP48.

Least Productive Hawks
Ivan Johnson was the least productive Hawk with -0.1 est. wins produced in 19.3 minutes (-0.226 est.WP48) from 2 points, 25% shooting efficiency, 5 rebounds, 2 turnovers and 3 fouls.

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