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Washington Wizards Midseason Player Evaluation: Roger Mason Jr.

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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: Roger Mason Jr.

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 - Roger Mason Jr. 24 7.3 0.8 2.6 30.6 0.3 1.3 22.6 0.2 0.2 100.0 0.0 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.3 0.2 0.0 0.2 2.1

ADVANCED STATS (via Basketball-Reference | EXPLANATIONS)

  • PER: 6.9
  • Usage rate: 18.2%
  • True Shooting Percentage: 41.3%
  • Assist percentage: 10.9%
  • Turnover percentage: 10.2%

SHOOTING STATS (via HoopData)

  • AT RIM: 71.4 percent on seven attempts
  • 3-9 FEET: 0 percent on one attempts
  • 10-15 FEET: 0 percent on one attempts
  • 16-23 feet: 32 percent on 22 attempts
  • Threes: 22 percent on 31 attempts

PLUS/MINUS NUMBERS (via Basketball Value)

  • ON COURT TEAM OFFENSIVE EFFICIENCY: 96.74 (187 minutes)
  • OFF COURT TEAM OFFENSIVE EFFICIENCY: 97.44 (1,354 minutes)
  • ON COURT TEAM DEFENSIVE EFFICIENCY: 100.55 (187 minutes)
  • OFF COURT TEAM DEFENSIVE EFFICIENCY: 108.14 (1,354 minutes)
  • ON-COURT PLUS/MINUS: -3.81 points/100 possessions
  • OFF-COURT PLUS/MINUS: -10.70 points/100 possessions
  • NET RATING: +6.89 points/100 possessions
SYNOPSIS: You could take much of what was written about Mo Evans and apply it to Mason. He was brought in to provide veteran leadership, but I honestly haven't seen any of it. Not saying it's not there, just saying that, if it is, it's beneath the surface. On the court, he's missed most of his three-pointers despite being pegged as a three-point shooter, so he pretty much has no value anymore.