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Mizzou-SIUE: Statistical Rubber Necking

Player EqPts* EqPts/Min Line
DeMarre Carroll 23.59 1.24 21 Pts, 10 Reb, 4 Stl
Kimmie English 12.35 0.69 10 Pts, 5 Ast, 4 Reb
J.T. Tiller 10.84 0.68 8 Pts, 4 Ast, 2 Reb, 1 Blk
Laurence Bowers 10.56 0.75 10 Pts, 7 Reb, 1 Blk
Miguel Paul 10.15 0.56 12 Pts, 4 Ast
Marcus Denmon 10.01 0.50 11 Pts, 2 Reb, 2 Ast
Leo Lyons 9.74 0.75 11 Pts, 4 Reb
Keith Ramsey 5.76 0.41 6 Pts, 6 Reb, 4 TO
Justin Safford 5.49 0.50 4 Pts, 2 Reb
Michael Anderson Jr. 4.12 0.27 4 Pts
Jarrett Sutton 2.19 1.10 Another 3 Pts
Matt Lawrence 0.82 0.06 3 Pts, 2 Reb, 1 Stl
Steve Moore 0.55 0.04 2 Pts, 4 Reb
Zaire Taylor -0.27 -0.02 2 Pts, 1 Ast, 2 Reb

EqPts = a take-off of the Net Equivalent Points idea discussed last week. Taking points, assists, rebounds (offensive & defensive), steals, blocks, turnovers and fouls into account, the team's points are re-distributed to figure out who had the biggest impact on the game itself, instead of just how many balls a player put through a basket. I can go into detail on the formula if anybody asks, but for now just know that that was the intent.

  • If the Illinois game was a "correction", then...this one undid the work of the Illinois game. Stuff went mostly right for everybody not named "Lawrence," "Moore" or "Taylor."
  • Way to freaking go, Kimmie English--I know this was SIU-Edwardsville, but...five assists! Love seeing that...especially in light of another clunker from Matt Lawrence. M-Law didn't have to do much today obviously...and he sure didn't.
  • Love Laurence Bowers' line. I'm still kind of wanting to see him get a few more of Safford's and Ramsey's minutes against real opponents, just to see how he does.
  • DeMarre is definitely fitting into an all-or-nothing role. Against teams with good post defenders, he does next to nothing. Against lesser teams, he is unfreakingstoppable. Lucky for us, I guess, there aren't a ton of good post teams in the Big 12. Georgia's two best players are forwards, but they're only 6'7/220 (Terrance Woodbury) and 6'8/245 (freshman Howard Thompkins).