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Thanks to some injuries, some indifference down the stretch with glorified G League lineups and overall inefficiency, the Bulls finished 29th in offensive rating last season, ahead of only the woeful Knicks.
The rookie mentor hopes his squad continues to make use of that contagious chemistry and its league-best offensive rating as it plunges into a series of character tests, which begin at 4:30 p.m.
For a few weeks, the Bulls ranked among the NBA leaders in offensive rating.
They have the third-best defensive rating in the league, but are just 13th in the NBA in offensive rating. If former league MVP Russell Westbrook can get out of his shooting slump (he is hitting just 24.8 percent from three), they could be dangerous in the playoffs.
Philadelphia then plummets to 27 in offensive rating and an average defensive team while he is on the bench.
The photograph of the T-shirt with the slogan "I pee on toilet seats" had a mean rating of 3.8, which was the highest mean for level of offensiveness and a 22.1 percent very offensive rating. The T-shirts with the slogans "Got Jesus?" and "You are my beloved son, in whom I am well pleased, Luke 3:22," received the lowest mean of 1.0 on level of offensiveness, 86.8 percent and 83.8 percent respectively.
A total of 223 games were analyzed with the following variables, selected according to the FIBA (International Basketball Federation) normative for game analysis: two and three-point field goal (made and missed), free-throws (missed and made), offensive and defensive rebounds, assists, steals, turnovers, blocks (made and received), fouls committed, ball possessions and offensive rating. The ball possessions and the offensive rating were calculated as suggested by Oliver (2004) and Kubatko et al.
A common measure is offensive rating, the number of points scored per 100 possessions.
Los Angeles is all the way down to 17th in offensive rating with 108 points per 100 possessions.
The Warriors have a 123.6 offensive rating in two Finals games, shooting 38.9 percent from three-point range.
During that time, they rank in the top 10 in the NBA in points per game, offensive rating, even 3-point percentage.
Toronto ranks among the top half of postseason teams in assists, and they've got an offensive rating of 110.2