How important is the analysis of data in the Eastern Chapter of the 2015 All-Star Game?

How important is the analysis of data in the Eastern Chapter of the 2015 All-Star Game?
On February 14th, Beijing time, the New York All-Star Weekend has been opened. All stars will show their style on this big stage. The All-Star race may be the main course of this dinner.From the perspective of data, read all the stars this year and see that each superstar has unique data.Here are the Eastern Stars: Data Interpretation of the All-Star Eastern Part Kyle Lowry (Raptors)1.Lowry’s round share this season reached a career high of 25.4% from 22 in the first half.5% rose to 27 in the second half.8%, ranked third among players with at least 300 minutes of playing time in the first and second half, second only to Kobe and Paul.  2.Under Lowry’s defense, the opponent’s offensive players made only 29 three-pointers.9%.  3.Lowry is one of four players who have averaged at least 18 points and 7 assists per game this season.John Wall (Wizard) 1.Wall has averaged 8 possessions per game this season.2 minutes, the league first.  2.Wall has averaged 10 assists per game this season.1 assist ratio (when he was on the court, teammates made 44 hits.9% comes from his assists) are the first in the league.  3.When he was on the court, the Wizards only lost 97 per 100 possessions.3 points; when he is not present, the Wizards lose 108 points per 100 rounds.10.The 7-point difference is the third largest in the league (Note: Among the players who played at least 500 minutes on the team), it is also the largest of all All-Star players.Carmelo Anthony (Knicks) 1.In the face of the Atlantic Division team, Anthony’s effective hit reset 41.3%; Anthony’s effective hit is reset to 50 against teams in other divisions.4%.  2.In the third quarter of the game, when Anthony was on the court, the Knicks lost 13 nets per 100 possessions.7 points; In the fourth quarter of the game, when Anthony was on the court, the Knicks netted 11 points per 100 possessions.  3.This season, Anthony made 7 turnovers per 100 possessions.9 times, the lowest career.Paul Gasol (Bull) 1.35 double-doubles this season, the league’s first.  2.At the crucial moment of the season (within 5 minutes of the difference between the two sides in the last 5 minutes of the game), Gasol made 24 of 37 shots, and his shooting percentage was 64%. At least 20 shots at the critical moment were second only to Anthony Davis.  3.This season, 10 players made more than 90% of their free throws in the fourth quarter (at least 50 free throws). Five of them are All-Stars, including Gasol.LeBron James (Knight) 1.When James is on the court, the Cavaliers win 8 every 100 rounds.3 points; net loss of 8 when he is away.4 points.16 every 100 rounds.The 7-point difference is the largest among the players in the league (at least 500 minutes played on the team).  2.His effective shooting percentage replaced 53 this season from 61% last season.1%, the 9th decline in the league, the largest among All-Star players.  3.James is the only player in the league to get at least 6 in every quarter.5 points.Chris Bosh (Heat) 1.When Bosh and Wade were present at the same time, the Heat outscored their opponents by 100 rounds.9 points; but if only Bosh (without Wade) is present, the Heat loses 6 points per 100 rounds.1 point.If only Wade (without Bosh) is present, the Heat have a net loss of 4 per 100 rounds.6 points.  2.This season, Bosh’s 69% of his shots came from outside the penalty area, but his career was the highest, and it is second only to Dirk Nowitzki and Lane in all power forwards and centers (at least 500 shots) in the league.Anderson.  3.This season, Bosh added 52 in the restricted zone.6%, compared to 70 last season.5%, the largest drop among all players in the league (at least 100 shots in the restricted area last season and this season).Jimmy Butler (Bulls) 1.This season gradually running distance (136.7 miles) First in the league.  2.Butler’s turn usage rate from 16 last season.9% rose to 21 this season.5%, but still the second lowest among All-Star players this year, only higher than Korver.  3.One of the three All-Star players who did better than his team on the court (the other two are Kobe and Duncan).This season, when Butler is on the court, the Bulls beat the opponent by 3 points per 100 rounds; when Butler is on the court, the Bulls beat the opponent by 3 rounds per 100 rounds.3 points.Al Horford (Eagle) 1.This season, only two players are ranked in the top ten in the league in field goal percentage and restricted distance, Horford and Durant.(Note: At least 100 shots were made in both areas) 2.Horford’s shooting percentage of direct shots this season ranked third among 61 players who averaged at least four direct shots per game.  3.The Hawks were 72 when Horford was on the field.8% of the points came from assists; when he was not on the court, the Hawks only 59% of the points came from assists, 13.The 8% difference is the biggest among players who have played at least 500 minutes in a team.Kyrie Irving (Knight) 1.This season, Owen’s field goal percentage was 36 from last season.2% rose to 46.8%, out of 113 players who shot at least 100 midrange shots last season and this season, 10.The 6% increase ranks eighth, and is the largest of all All-Star players.  2.This season, when Irving was on the court in the first quarter, the Cavaliers had a net win of 201 points, the highest in the league.  3.Since his career, Owen’s turnover rate has decreased year by year, and this season is 8.7%.Kyle Korver (Eagle) 1.This season’s true shooting percentage ranks first in the league.  2.Over the past four years, his effective shooting percentage has increased year by year, from 54 in the 2010-11 season.2% to 70 this season.3%.  3.This season, Korver is only 7.3% of the shots come from the restricted area, which is less than half of any other All-Star player this year.Paul Millsap (Eagle) 1.When the Hawks won, he shot 39 three-pointers.4%; 13 when losing.8%; the three-point shooting percentage after at least one day of rest is 40%; the back-to-back two-point shooting percentage is only 15.2%.  2.Of the four careers (including this season) of All-Star players, none of them has had a negative or positive value so far.The other three are Butler, Duncan and Harden.  3.When Millsap is on the court, the Hawks’ offense and defense efficiency in each quarter of the game will gradually improve.Jeff Teague (Eagle) 1.This season, Teague is averaging 11.Six breakthroughs, fourth in the league and first among All-Star players.  2.This season, Teague 12.6% of his shots come from the middle distance, the least among All-Star players, and the least among point guards with at least 500 casts.  3.His rebound rate is only 4.5%, the lowest among All-Star players.Dwyane Wade (Heat) 1.Wade averaged 7 in the fourth quarter of the season.1 point, the league first.  2.Wade’s bout share from 27 last season.6% rose to 34 this season.1%, this increase was the second highest among players who played at least 500 minutes last season and this season.  3.This season, Wade shot 67 in the restricted zone.1%, ranked third among players who made at least 100 attempts in the restricted area.(Rosen)