Sunday, March 11, 2012

HEAT Produced: Miami 93, Indiana 91


LeBron James and Dwyane Wade closed out the Pacers in complementary fashion.

The spreadsheet below lists the wins produced estimated from the box score of the game against the Pacers. 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 0.2 wins produced in 47.1 minutes (0.231 est.WP48) from 27 points, 47% shooting efficiency from the floor, 60% shooting from 15 trips to the line, 8 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 turnovers. 78% of LeBron's est. wins produced came in the fourth quarter and overtime. Is that clutch enough for you?

Wade was the second-most productive HEAT player with 0.2 est. wins produced in 39.6 minutes (0.251 est.WP48) from 28 points, 63% shooting efficiency, 7 assists, 4 rebounds and 5 turnovers. Wade did all of his damage in the first half (0.700 est.WP48) and fourth quarter (0.405 est.WP48 from 3 points & 5 assists).

Least Productive HEAT Player
Shane Battier aka Shaved Monkey Nuts was the least productive HEAT player with -0.1 est. wins produced in 21.5 minutes (-0.235 est.WP48) from 2 points, 20% shooting efficiency and 3 turnovers.

Most Productive Pacers
Paul George led the Pacers with 0.2 est. wins produced in 32.3 minutes (0.272 est.WP48) from 12 points, 67% shooting efficiency, 4 steals, 2 rebounds and 3 assists. Louis Amundson was second with 0.1 est. wins produced in 13.4 minutes (0.434 est.WP48) from 4 points, 67% shooting efficiency, 5 offensive rebounds, 1 block and 1 steal.

Least Productive Pacer
Roy Hibbert produced -0.1 est. wins in 35 minutes (-0.106 est.WP48) from 5 points, 18% shooting efficiency, 7 rebounds, 2 blocks and 4 fouls. Hibbert and David West (-0.084 est.WP48 from 4-18 shooting) were so bad that Chris Bosh's production (13 points, 6-13 shooting, 6 rebounds) looked average (0.103 est.WP48). 


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