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Caron Butler
Washington Wizards
2006-2007 NBA Season

Player Stats | 5-Man Units | By Position | On/Off Court | Clutch Play

Player Floor Time Stats by Position
Position
Min
Net Pts
Off
Def
Net48
W
L
Win%
PG
SG
  0% 0   91.4   91.4 0.0 1 1
50%
SF
  47% +136   105.5   102.1 3.5 34 27
55%
PF
  14% -82   107.7   114.7 -7.0 21 32
39%
C
  0% +9   169.7   113.2 56.6 6 1
85%

Min represents the percentage of the team's total minutes the player was at that position. W and L are not adjusted in this instance by quality of opponent while at that position in a game.

Player 48-Minute Production by Position
Position
FGA
eFG%
FTA
iFG
Reb
Ast
T/O
Blk
PF
Pts
PER*
PG
SG
15.2   1.000   0.0   0%  0.0   15.2   15.2   0.0   0.0   30.5   22.7  
SF
19.1   0.460   5.9   31%  8.6   4.5   3.5   0.3   3.3   22.7   19.0  
PF
18.5   0.516   8.0   34%  10.6   4.4   3.6   0.5   4.8   25.5   23.1  
C
17.0   0.333   11.3   66%  17.0   5.7   0.0   0.0   5.7   22.6   31.0  

Opponent Counterpart 48-Minute Production
Position
FGA
eFG%
FTA
iFG
Reb
Ast
T/O
Blk
PF
Pts
PER*
PG
SG
0.0   0.000   0.0   0%  0.0   0.0   0.0   0.0   0.0   0.0   0.0  
SF
17.5   0.540   3.9   27%  7.4   3.5   3.0   0.9   4.0   22.0   18.2  
PF
15.5   0.572   7.4   41%  10.5   2.7   3.1   0.9   5.0   24.0   22.5  
C
17.0   0.667   0.0   0%  5.7   17.0   5.7   5.7   5.7   22.6   34.1  

Net 48-Minute Production by Position
Position
FGA
eFG%
FTA
iFG
Reb
Ast
T/O
Blk
PF
Pts
PER*
PG
SG
+15.2  +1.000  +0.0  +0% +0.0  +15.2  -15.2  +0.0  +0.0  +30.5  +22.7  
SF
+1.6  -0.079  +1.9  +4% +1.2  +1.1  -0.5  -0.6  +0.7  +0.7  +0.8  
PF
+2.9  -0.056  +0.6  -7% +0.2  +1.7  -0.5  -0.3  +0.2  +1.5  +0.6  
C
+0.0  -0.333  +11.3  +66% +11.3  -11.3  +5.7  -5.7  +0.0  +0.0  -3.1  

Notes: the PER is a complicated single number rating developed by John Hollinger
and used extensively in his excellent Pro Basketball Prospectus books.

The league average PER is set to 15, but for this view the comparison between
a player's production and the opponent production at the position is the focus.
At a glance you can tell whether there has been a net positive or negative
overall contribution while playing that position.

eFG% is the effective field goal percentage, adjusted for three point shots,
while iFG represents the percentage of shots taken from inside/close to the hoop.

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