Advanced Stats: East All-Stars

NEW ORLEANS – All-Star weekend marks the one-year anniversary of the new version of NBA.com/stats. This season brought SportVU player tracking to the site and just Thursday night, player tracking stats were added on the boxscore level, so you can see how far a player ran or how many of his shots were contested on any given night.

All-Star weekend also means that it’s time to dive in with statistical nuggets for all 25 All-Stars. Here are the 12 guys representing the Eastern Conference…

Kyrie Irving, G, Cleveland

Dwyane Wade, G, Miami

Carmelo Anthony, F, New York

Paul George, F, Indiana

LeBron James, F, Miami

Chris Bosh, F-C, Miami

DeMar DeRozan, G, Toronto

Roy Hibbert, C, Indiana

Joe Johnson, G, Brooklyn

Paul Millsap, F, Atlanta

Joakim Noah, C, Chicago

John Wall, G, Washington

5 Comments

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  2. So basically Kyrie Irving is overrated, Dwayne wade doesnt like to play, Melo is a ball hog and john wall only became an all star because of rondo+rose are injured

  3. okc2014 says:

    Wow, it’s interesting that Paul Millsap has made and attempted more 3 pointers this season than all of his seasons in Utah. This means he feels more responsible to this team as a leader. Way to go! Let’s Go Hawks!

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