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USA vs. Lithuania Advanced Stat Preview

Posted by Neil Paine on September 10, 2010

2010 FIBA World Championship Semifinals
USA vs. Lithuania
Saturday, September 11, 2010
Istanbul, Turkey

United States of America USA

Record: 7-0
Coach: Mike Krzyzewski
Offensive Rating: 126.1
Defensive Rating: 90.2

Basic Stats

Player GP Min FG FGA 3FG FGA FT FTA OR TR Ast Stl Blk TO PF Pts
K. Durant 7 177 50 91 14 32 25 27 2 41 14 12 4 14 9 139
C. Billups 7 156 24 51 13 34 20 24 2 12 23 8 0 7 14 81
E. Gordon 7 127 26 49 18 35 4 5 1 9 2 6 1 4 12 74
R. Westbrook 7 127 22 45 1 3 12 16 7 12 17 10 2 11 6 57
D. Rose 7 170 23 44 5 13 6 11 2 16 20 10 3 11 9 57
R. Gay 7 97 18 38 6 18 13 18 8 20 7 9 7 3 13 55
K. Love 7 71 18 31 4 8 5 7 14 40 7 3 0 6 8 45
D. Granger 5 66 12 29 3 12 2 4 2 6 7 1 1 1 6 29
A. Iguodala 7 119 15 26 2 6 6 11 13 32 12 12 0 10 15 38
S. Curry 6 76 12 28 5 17 2 2 3 11 17 4 0 8 10 31
L. Odom 7 142 15 33 2 3 4 7 17 48 3 3 3 8 16 36
T. Chandler 7 72 9 14 0 0 5 10 12 24 4 2 5 2 15 23
Team GP Min FG FGA 3FG FGA FT FTA OR TR Ast Stl Blk TO PF Pts
USA 7 1400 244 479 73 181 104 142 90 288 133 80 26 86 133 665
Opponents 7 1400 170 444 48 173 88 135 91 251 79 41 14 118 138 476

Advanced StatsGlossary (Mouse over column headers for descriptions)

Player M ORt %P DRt T/m P S F T P36 2p 3p FT TS% Ar Tr PR Fr 3t Or Dr Bk St
Durant 177 129.4 27.1 84.9 1.21 39 43 12 7 28.3 61.0 43.8 92.6 67.6 13.4 15.5 -2.64 29.7 35.2 1.3 21.3 2.3 3.6
Rose 170 113.3 16.2 93.0 1.08 64 24 6 6 12.1 58.1 38.5 54.5 58.4 16.0 21.3 1.37 25.0 29.5 1.3 8.0 1.8 3.1
Billups 156 140.1 19.6 95.3 1.39 62 24 11 3 18.7 64.7 38.2 83.3 65.8 20.5 12.1 5.34 47.1 66.7 1.4 6.2 0.0 2.7
Odom 142 106.4 14.6 90.1 0.46 27 50 10 12 9.1 43.3 66.7 57.1 49.9 2.8 20.4 -4.23 21.2 9.1 13.4 21.2 2.2 1.1
Gordon 127 139.5 16.3 95.5 0.55 17 70 7 6 21.0 57.1 51.4 80.0 72.3 2.4 10.3 -2.10 10.2 71.4 0.9 6.1 0.8 2.5
Westbrk. 127 112.4 23.0 92.9 1.35 58 26 9 6 16.2 50.0 33.3 75.0 54.8 19.2 20.0 0.26 35.6 6.7 6.2 3.8 1.6 4.2
Iguodala 119 116.6 17.5 84.6 0.99 60 22 9 9 11.5 65.0 33.3 54.5 61.6 13.5 25.4 -1.68 42.3 23.1 12.2 15.5 0.0 5.4
Gay 97 134.1 21.8 84.1 1.03 41 38 18 3 20.4 60.0 33.3 72.2 59.9 10.5 7.5 1.72 47.4 47.4 9.2 12.0 7.5 4.9
Curry 76 112.2 23.6 92.9 1.82 72 20 1 6 14.7 63.6 29.4 100.0 53.7 31.3 23.7 4.39 7.1 60.7 4.4 10.2 0.0 2.8
Chandler 72 140.9 14.8 89.2 0.68 48 28 20 4 11.5 64.3 50.0 62.5 7.4 10.0 0.93 71.4 0.0 18.7 16.1 7.2 1.5
Love 71 132.6 26.7 81.3 1.20 48 36 8 7 22.8 60.9 50.0 71.4 66.0 16.0 16.8 -1.88 22.6 25.8 22.1 35.5 0.0 2.2
Granger 66 116.0 20.1 99.0 1.14 55 39 5 1 15.8 52.9 25.0 50.0 47.1 15.4 4.0 5.56 13.8 41.4 3.4 5.9 1.6 0.8

Republic of Lithuania LTU

Record: 7-0
Coach: Kestutis Kemzura
Offensive Rating: 116.2
Defensive Rating: 100.0

Basic Stats

Player G Min FG FGA 3P 3PA FT FTA ORB TRB AST STL BLK TOV PF PTS
L. Kleiza 7 217 53 97 8 23 20 28 10 52 8 5 1 15 15 134
J. Maciulis 7 149 23 50 6 22 17 24 8 22 13 13 2 14 23 69
M. Kalnietis 7 178 19 52 8 26 18 21 3 20 24 5 2 11 14 64
M. Pocius 7 128 23 40 9 21 6 9 5 16 11 0 0 12 22 61
T. Delininkaitis 7 122 15 30 8 18 18 24 1 14 12 2 1 8 17 56
P. Jankunas 7 150 19 42 1 6 5 8 15 38 10 3 6 6 18 44
M. Gecevicius 6 86 13 38 7 22 7 8 2 9 5 1 0 3 3 40
S. Jasaitis 5 104 12 31 5 12 5 8 10 21 3 1 0 4 5 34
T. Klimavicius 6 78 10 19 0 0 7 12 8 20 3 3 4 5 9 27
R. Seibutis 6 83 9 16 4 7 3 5 1 6 7 2 1 4 6 25
R. Javtokas 6 82 5 16 0 0 2 5 8 22 1 1 3 6 12 12
M. Andriuskevicius 2 26 3 5 0 0 1 2 3 9 1 1 1 3 3 7
Team G Min FGM FGA 3PM 3PA FTM FTA OR TR As St BS To PF Pts
LTU 7 1403 204 436 56 157 109 154 82 271 98 37 21 92 147 573

Advanced StatsGlossary (Mouse over column headers for descriptions)

Player M ORt %P DRt T/m P S F T P36 2p 3p FT TS% Ar Tr PR Fr 3t Or Dr Bk St
Kleiza 217 115.6 26.4 22.2 60.8 34.8 71.4 61.3 7.6 14.9 -4.45 28.9 23.7
Kalnietis 178 109.9 20.3 12.9 42.3 30.8 85.7 52.3 21.7 17.3 2.81 40.4 50.0
Jankunas 150 109.6 17.7 10.6 50.0 16.7 62.5 48.3 11.1 12.9 0.44 19.0 14.3
Maciulis 149 106.6 24.8 16.7 60.7 27.3 70.8 57.0 15.2 21.5 -3.58 48.0 44.0
Pocius 128 116.3 21.5 17.2 73.7 42.9 66.7 69.4 15.7 24.8 -3.65 22.5 52.5
Delininkaitis 122 127.1 19.5 16.5 58.3 44.4 75.0 69.0 16.3 19.1 0.00 80.0 60.0
Jasaitis 104 107.9 18.1 11.8 36.8 41.7 62.5 49.2 4.7 12.1 -1.92 25.8 38.7
Gecevicius 86 105.4 23.3 16.7 37.5 31.8 87.5 48.2 10.1 8.5 0.39 21.1 57.9
Seibutis 83 123.5 13.4 10.8 55.6 57.1 60.0 68.7 13.6 20.5 0.80 31.3 43.8
Javtokas 82 71.5 15.3 5.3 31.3 40.0 33.0 1.8 27.2 -6.50 31.3 0.0
Klimavicius 78 108.9 19.3 12.5 52.6 58.3 55.6 6.4 18.9 -3.85 63.2 0.0
Andriuskevicius 26 93.6 18.6 9.7 60.0 50.0 59.5 6.3 35.2 -8.97 40.0 0.0

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11 Responses to “USA vs. Lithuania Advanced Stat Preview”

  1. P Middy Says:

    'Tis no man. 'Tis a remorseless scorin' machine!

  2. Jason J Says:

    I'm starting to see more and more Durant jerseys walking the streets of New York. I wonder how much his performance for team USA has to do with that.

  3. Neil Paine Says:

    He's been flat-out ridiculous this tournament. If they win this thing, it's going to be a major plus on his "All-Time-Great Resume". (Also, memo to self: "All-Time-Great Resumes" could be an awesome series of posts.)

  4. Jason J Says:

    Timothy Theodore Duncan

    Work History:

    San Antonio Spurs Starting Forward-Center 1998-Present

    - Led team tomNBA Championship 4 times.
    - Voted NBA's Most Valuable Player 2 times.
    - Voted NBA Finals Most Valuable Player 3 times.
    - Voted All Star Game Co-MVP in 2000

    ...that idea has legs.

  5. Nick Says:

    Didn't Simmons sort of do that already in his book?

  6. Neil Paine Says:

    You're right, I checked and he does list player "resumes". How did I forget that? (To be fair, I haven't looked at TBoB since I had jury duty in May... Btw, that thing is great to read while you're waiting to be selected.)

  7. Matt Says:

    Could you explain what the pure point rating is? It's not in the glossary.

    Billups stats have turned themselves around in just 2 quick games. He was 3 of 16 from 3 coming out of group play. Hopefully he doesn't go cold again.

  8. Neil Paine Says:

    Pure Point Rating = 100 * (Lg Pace / Tm Pace) * (((AST * 2/3) - TOV) / MP)

    Btw, I fixed the "Glossary" links above; for some reason they were redirecting to the home page.

    Also, Durant was amazing today. 38 points on 14-26 FG with only 1 turnover... And the rest of the starters went just 3-for-17 from the field. He's been carrying Team USA for basically the entire tournament anyway, but today was unreal.

  9. P Middy Says:

    I like amazing stuff. KD went 9-13 from 2 point range. 5-5 from the line. TS = 63%. 9 boards. 38 minutes.

  10. Matt Says:

    Ah, I have been looking at the glossary section through about. Thanks for that.

    So, negative ppr is good or bad?

    I'm not sure amazing quite describes how Durant played today.

    What is Durant heading for this season? 35 ppg? League MVP? Can the Thunder challenge for the west title?

  11. Anon Says:

    Sorry fellas, but Kobe Bryant is the best player on this team. Bar none.