I'm sure many of you are wondering whether the recent trade for Nene had any affect on the number of missed assist John Wall tends to accrue during a given game. The answer: too early to tell. I was searching for trends today and found that it's hard to really come up with any. There have been some games (Indiana) where Wall has many missed assist, and others (Boston) where he doesn't.
Make the jump for the full numbers from the three games before the trade and the five games after it.
Here's the game-by-game breakdown:
- TRADE MADE
- at New Orleans: 12 converted, 9 missed, 21 total, 57.1-percent success rate.
- at Atlanta: 9 converted, 7 missed, 16 total, 56.25-percent success rate.
- at Memphis: 6 converted, 10 missed, 16 total, 37.5-percent success rate.
- NENE'S FIRST GAME
- at New Jersey: 8 converted, 8 missed, 16 total, 50-percent success rate.
- Indiana: 9 converted, 12 missed, 21 total, 42.8-percent success rate.
- Atlanta: 3 converted, 6 missed, 9 total, 33-percent success rate.
- at Boston: 9 converted, 5 missed, 14 total, 64.3-percent success rate.
- Detroit: 9 converted, 11 missed, 20 total, 45-percent success rate.
- Spot-up: 29, 3.625 per game (season average: 3.55)
- P&R Roll Man: 10, 1.25 per game (season average: 1.22)
- Transition: 12, 1.5 per game (season average: 2.43)
- Other: 17, 2.125 per game (season average: 2.05)
- Jordan Crawford: 12
- Chris Singleton: 12
- Roger Mason: 11
- Trevor Booker: 10
- Kevin Seraphin: 5
- Andray Blatche: 4
- Nene: 3
- Jan Vesely: 2
- Edwin Ubiles: 2
- Shelvin Mack: 1
- Brian Cook: 1