This article is part of our 30 Days, 30 Teams, 30 Facts series.
With the NBA on hiatus for at least 30 days, I'll be coping by posting an article every day with 30 random/interesting facts from each of the 30 teams. Hopefully, the season will resume when I hit publish on the Wizards' article.
- Spencer Dinwiddie's 34.6% assist rate is in the 95th percentile for combo guards.
- Spencer Dinwiddie shoots just 31% on mid-range jumpers – the 24th percentile for combo guards.
- Spencer Dinwiddie is hitting just 31% (18-for-59) of his corner threes – the 11th percentile for combo guards.
- Spencer Dinwiddie gets fouled on 17.0% of his shot attempts, which ranks in the 98th percentile for combo guards.
- Spencer Dinwiddie's 0.9 STL% ranks in the fifth percentile for combo guards.
- Taurean Prince's 99.9 points per 100 shot attempts ranks in the eighth percentile for players classified as bigs (though I'd argue he's a forward. Either way, it's bad)
- Taurean Prince has just three and-ones this season.
- DeAndre Jordan is in the 94th percentile for bigs with a 0.99 assist-to-usage ratio.
- DeAndre Jordan is in the 97th percentile for bigs with a 28.5% defensive rebounding rate off of field goals.
- Wilson Chandler has just 15 made field goals at the rim.
- Joe Harris has hit 51% (33-for-65) of his corner threes this season, which ranks in the 93rd percentile for wings.
- Joe Harris leads the Nets with a +6.5 net rating.
- Jarrett Allen gets fouled on 20.7% of his shot attempts, ranking in the 94th percentile for bigs. He also ranks in the 94th percentile for drawing non-shooting fouls (3.4% of team plays)
- Kyrie Irving ranks in the 91st percentile for point guards in drawing non-shooting fouls (3.4% of team plays).
- When Kyrie Irving is on the court, the Nets allow 9.2 more points per 100 opponent halfcourt plays – a difference that ranks in the second percentile.
- The Nets take the second-fewest mid-range jumpers in the NBA (21.8% of team field goal attempts)
- The Nets are bottom-11 in shooting percentage from every area of the court.
- Brooklyn allows the second-fewest shots at the rim in the league (31.1% of opponent shot attempts).
- The Nets are the second-best transition defense team in the NBA, allowing just 113.8 points per 100 transition plays.
- Brooklyn's best lineup with at least 100 possessions played has a +12.6 net rating. It includes Spencer Dinwiddie, Caris LeVert, Joe Harris, Taurean Prince and Jarrett Allen.
- Brooklyn's worst lineup with at least 100 possessions played has a -20.6 net rating. It includes Kyrie Irving, Caris LeVert, Joe Harris, Taurean Prince and DeAndre Jordan.
- Since the All-Star break, 71% of Caris LeVert's made threes have been unassisted, a number that ranks in the 98th percentile for combo guards.
- Since the All-Star break, Caris LeVert is taking 28% of his shots from mid-range, a number that ranks in the 87th percentile for combo guards. However, his 32% (20-of-62) conversion rate is in the 19th percentile.
- When Kyrie Irving and DeAndre Jordan share the court, the Nets have a -5.5 net rating.
- When Spencer Dinwiddie and Jarrett Allen share the court, the Nets have a +2.2 net rating.
- Brooklyn has a 0.0 spread differential.
- The Nets' -5.4 spread differential on back-to-backs is the sixth-worst in the league.
- Since the All-Star break, the Nets are both the fourth-best offensive and defensive rebounding team (28.9%, 77.3%). However, they have the fourth-lowest effective field-goal percentage (52.1%) and force the fewest turnovers.
- Since the All-Star break, Brooklyn has the best defensive shot profile in the league (52.3% opponent location effective field-goal percentage).
- Nets' small-ball lineups – no DeAndre Jordan, Jarrett Allen, Nicolas Claxton – have a +1.6 net rating.