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John Wall Missed Assist Tracker Update: Cleveland, Golden State Offer Different Stories

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Mar 5, 2012; Washington, DC, USA; Washington Wizards guard John Wall (2) drives to the basket while defended by Golden State Warriors power forward Ekpe Udoh (20) during the first half at the Verizon Center. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-US PRESSWIRE
Mar 5, 2012; Washington, DC, USA; Washington Wizards guard John Wall (2) drives to the basket while defended by Golden State Warriors power forward Ekpe Udoh (20) during the first half at the Verizon Center. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-US PRESSWIRE

The John Wall Missed Assist Tracker didn't get updated over the weekend because MySynergySports.com was down, preventing me from doing any video tracking. It's back up now, so let's update this thing to account for the Washington Wizards' games against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday and the Golden State Warriors last night. Wall had five assists in the former and 14 in the latter, but how many assists did he miss?

Make the jump to find out.

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The two games offered very different stories. Against Cleveland, Wall had only five assists, but missed just nine opportunities, which is below his season average. Against Golden State, Wall had 14 assists, but also had 13 missed opportunities. The 27 total assist opportunities tied for his most of the season.

Here's how they broke down by play for each game:

Cleveland

  • Spot-up: 2
  • Pick and roll: 0
  • Off screen: 1
  • Transition: 6
Golden State
  • Spot-up: 5
  • Pick and roll: 2
  • Off screen: 2
  • Transition: 4
And here's how it broke down by player:

Cleveland
  • Jordan Crawford: 6
  • Trevor Booker: 1
  • Andray Blatche: 1
  • Maurice Evans: 1
Golden State
  • Jordan Crawford: 4
  • Chris Singleton: 3
  • Roger Mason: 2
  • Nick Young: 2
  • Trevor Booker: 1
  • JaVale McGee: 1
The two games raise Wall's conversion percentage to 44.12 percent.