Only 5 teams in the last 5 years have averaged more than James Harden's current 10.6 isolation points per game mark. Harden is scoring 1.28 points per isolation possession. Only 1 NBA teams eclipses that on open catch & shoot jumpers this season.
Over the last two games, Warriors point guard Quinn Cook had 15 points, 4 assists, 4 rebounds and just 1 turnover while shooting 54.5% from the field and 50% from 3. Golden State won both games. Cook, 24, is on a two-way contract. pic.twitter.com/FoZ121cBqm
Victor Oladipo has made major strides in his 5th @NBA season posting high-level efficiency numbers in a massive role. He's found his range as a shooter off the dribble and emerged as a steady playmaker. pic.twitter.com/N8uTTDw1TV
As a rookie in the 2015-2016 season, Jahlil Okafor finished 2nd in the NBA averaging 8.1 points in 1-on-1 situations per game behind only Carmelo Anthony. Okafor shot 47% posting up and 46% on perimeter Isos.
#Pistons SVG on Luke Kennard guarding Melo: "If you’re going to be out there, you have to guard somebody. I don’t know that I want a steady diet of a rookie playing a perennial All-Star but it’s good that he gets some challenges like that for his growth."