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Washington Wizards Midseason Player Evaluation: Trevor Booker

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We've reached the very midway point of the 2011-12 season, which is kind of refreshing given that the All-Star Break usually signifies the 60-percent mark of the year. As such, we'll be running midseason evaluation threads for each player on the team over the next several days. Next up: Trevor Booker.

TRADITIONAL STATISTICS:


FG 3PT FT Rebounds Misc
G M M A Pct M A Pct M A Pct Off Def Tot Ast TO Stl Blk PF PPG
2011 - Trevor Booker 32 22.3 3.3 5.8 56.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.9 1.5 57.1 1.9 3.5 5.4 0.6 0.9 1.1 0.9 2.7 7.4

ADVANCED STATS (via Basketball-Reference | EXPLANATIONS)

  • PER: 16.3
  • Usage rate: 14.8%
  • True Shooting Percentage: 57%
  • Rebound percentage: 13.5%
  • Turnover percentage: 13.1%

SHOOTING STATS (via HoopData)

  • AT RIM: 72.8 percent on 103 attempts
  • 3-9 FEET: 45.7 percent on 35 attempts
  • 10-15 FEET: 50 percent on four attempts
  • 16-23 feet: 29 percent on 45 attempts
  • Threes: 0 percent on one attempt

PLUS/MINUS NUMBERS (via Basketball Value)

  • ON COURT TEAM OFFENSIVE EFFICIENCY: 100.89 (697 minutes)
  • OFF COURT TEAM OFFENSIVE EFFICIENCY: 94.51 (884 minutes)
  • ON COURT TEAM DEFENSIVE EFFICIENCY: 108.6 (697 minutes)
  • OFF COURT TEAM DEFENSIVE EFFICIENCY: 106.12 (884 minutes minutes)
  • ON-COURT PLUS/MINUS: -7.7 points/100 possessions
  • OFF-COURT PLUS/MINUS: -11.62 points/100 possessions
  • NET RATING: +3.91 points/100 possessions.
SYNOPSIS: Trevor Booker's development has been one of the positives from a really tough first half. He began the year getting little playing time, but worked his way up to the point where he seized the starting power forward job. While he clearly has areas he must improve (jump-shooting, pick and roll defense), his hustle and deferential attitude are the kinds of things this Wizards team needs.