Food for Thought

I dug up some interesting nuggets, via hoopsstats.com:

  • Opposing point guards are shooting 45% against the Rockets, good for 26th in the league.
  • Opposing shooting guards are shooting 44% against us, good for 19th.
  • Opposing small forwards are shooting 47% against the Rockets, good for near-last at 28th in the league.
  • Opposing power forwards are shooting 50% against the Rockets, good for 25th in the league.
  • Opposing centers are shooting 52% against the Rockets, good for 20th in the league.

Frightening numbers.

EDIT: Thanks to a reader for pointing out that the numbers above are actually for the 2009-2010 season.  Here are this season’s numbers.  The difference in the small forward and power forward numbers stand out immediately.

  • Opposing point guards are shooting 46% against the Rockets, good for 26th in the league.
  • Opposing shooting guards are shooting 45% against us, good for 18th.
  • Opposing small forwards are shooting 43% against the Rockets, good for 10th in the league.
  • Opposing power forwards are shooting 47% against the Rockets, good for 9th in the league.
  • Opposing centers are shooting 52% against the Rockets, good for 20th in the league.
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