Hornets Practice 11-6-12

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Published: November 6, 2012

Monty Williams & Greivis Vasquez spoke to the media today during practice.

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Nassim Aguin
Nassim Aguin

Well, ladies and gentlemen, we have a great PG Hornets, the coefficient is clear, that for the first three games GV enters the Top Ten PG in the league, is number 9 among all 86 runs through his hands possible points for the team score, and there is that Amino and Lopez look with so many points, and look as comfortable scoring Davis, is the reason for having two wins in three games …. The coefficient is not wrong … Crhis Paul is the best PG in the NBA, etc, etc ….. A PG that target 30 points per game, with 3-pointers a night, but only 3 assists per game is not better than another PG to target 13 points, 1 triple with 12 assists per game .... It's that simple .... The former will have a coefficient of 59, while the second coefficient offensive 98 .... Which team will win? ... On the first or second PG? .... Friends, the best PG is not the fastest, not the most spectacular plays you make, not the best dribbler, the best PG is the one with better vision, the one with the brains to make the best decision to pass or attempt a shot, the best PG is that he puts all team players to produce, write and put that if the PG scores much better …….. if you have a PG with such features it is logical that the victories come …. Vasquez Graivis a great PG ….. I assure you …

Nate
Nate

Interesting numbers. Greivis Vasquez = The Tim Duncan of PGs, silent but deadly?

Nassim Aguin
Nassim Aguin

Ok ….. Analyzing the statistics I can make different coefficients, using numerology, the most important factor is the coefficient offensive, since it is the mathematical interpretation of the impact of the player in the team’s offensive game to take it into account, triples, assists , most important statistic to analyze a PG, and scoring points per game. The calculation is done this way (for every 3 points to score is multiplied by 3, the attendance is taken as 70% of them multiplicándole by 2 and the remaining 30% for 3, plus the sum of the points per game) . The result is the contribution of PG in reference to the team scoring points per game played …… let’s see …. Coefficient Offensive * Crhis Paul (LA clippers) 9-52 – 33 – 19 = 113 * Rajon Rondo (Boston Celtic) 6-50 – 32 – 15 = 103 Jrue Holliday (Philadelphia 76′s) 24 – 36 – 23-19 = 102 Damian Lillard (Portland Brazzer) ® 18 – 38 – 24-21 = 101 * Brandon Jennings (Miwokee) 6-45 – 29 – 17 = 97 Kile Lowry (Toronto) 24 – 29 to 19 – 24 = 96 Deron Williams (Brooklin) 12-38 – 24 – 19 = 93 * Tony Parker (San Antonio) 9-38 – 24 – 20 = 91 Greivis Vasquez (New Orleans Hornets) 6-41 – 26 – 13 = 86 * Mo Williams (Utah Jazz) 18 – 27 – 17 to 22 = 84 Goran Dragic (Sun Phonix) 9-36 – 23 – 15 = 83 Darrel Collison (Dallas) 12-29 – 19 – 17 = 77 J.J. Redick (Orlando Magic) 18 – 22 – 14 to 23 = 77 * Stephen Curry (Golden State) 24 to 20 – 13 – 18 = 75 * Jeremy Lin (Houston) 9-31 – 20 – 15 = 75 * Raymond Felton (NYN) 18 – 25 – 16 to 14 = 73 * Russell Westbrook (Oklahoma City) 6-28 – 18 – 21 = 73 * Mike Conley Jr. (Memphis) 15-22 – 14 – 15 = 66 Kyrie Irving (Cavaliers Clev) 9-20 – 13 – 24 = 66 * Ty Lawson (Denver Nugett) 3-28 – 18 – 14 = 63 Jarret Jack (Golden State) 6-28 – 18 – 10 = 62 Nate Robinson (Chicago Bull) 12-21 – 14 – 13 = 60 Ramon Sessions (Charlotte) 6-18 – 12 – 17 = 53 Jeff Teague (Atlanta Hawks) ® 3 to 21 – 14 – 15 = 53 * Jason Kidd (NYN) 18 – 15 – 10 – 9 = 52 Monta Ellis (Miwokee) 9 – 14 – 9 to 19 = 51 AJ Price (Washington) 12 – 18 – 12 – 8 = 50 George Hill (Indiana Pacers) 6-18 – 12 – 11 = 47 * Jose Juan Barea (Minnesota Wolves) 6-17 – 11 – 12 = 46 Kemba Walker (Charlotte) 3 – 11 – 7-20 = 41 Steve Blake (LA Lakers) 9-15 – 10 – 5 = 39 * Isaiah Thomas (Sacramento Kings) 18 – 4 – 3 – 11 = 36 * Steve Nash (LA Lakers) 3-14 – 9 – 5 = 31 Alexey Shved (Minnesota Wolves) ® 9 – 10 – 6-6 = 31 Daniel Gibson (Clev Cavaliers) 12 – 7 – 5 – 6 = 30

Nassim Aguin
Nassim Aguin

ASSISTS: 1) * Crhis Paul (LA clippers) 37 – 12.3 x pg 2) * Rajon Rondo (Boston Celtic) 36-12 x pg 3) Greivis Vasquez (New Orleans Hornets) 29 – 9.7 x pg 4) * Tony Parker (San Antonio) 27-9 x pg 5) Damian Lillard (Portland Brazzer) ® 27-9 x pg 6) * Brandon Jennings (Miwokee) 26-13 x pg (X) 7) Jrue Holliday (Philadelphia 76′s) 26 – 8.7 x pg 8) Goran Dragic (Sun Phonix) 26 – 8.7 x pg 9) Deron Williams (Brooklin) 22-11 x pg (X) 10) * Jeremy Lin (Houston) 22 – 7.3 x pg 11) Darrel Collison (Dallas) 21-7 x pg 12) Lowry Kile (Toronto) 21-7 x pg 13) * Russell Westbrook (Oklahoma City) 20 – 6.7 x pg 14) * Ty Lawson (Denver Nugett) 20 – 6.7 x pg 15) Jarrett Jack (Golden State) 20 – 6.7 x pg 16) Brandon Knight (Detroit Pistons) 20 – 6.7 x pg 17) * Mo Williams (Utah Jazz) 19 – 6.3 x pg 18) * Raymond Felton (NYN) 18-6 x pg 19) Mario Chalmers (Miami Head) 17 – 5.7 x pg 20) * Mike Conley Jr. (Memphis) 16 – 5.3 x pg 21) Nate Robinson (Chicago Bull) 15-5 x pg LOCKS: 1) Monta Ellis (Miwokee) 2-1 x pg (X) 2) * Mo Williams (Utah Jazz) 2 – 0.67 x pg 3) George Hill (Indiana Pacers) 2 – 0.67 x pg 4) * Steve Nash (LA Lakers) 1 – 0.5 pg 5) * Brandon Jennings (Miwokee) 1 – 0.5 x pg (X) 6) Kemba Walker (Charlotte) 1 – 0.5 x pg (X) 7) Jeff Teague (Atlanta Hawks) ® 1 – 0.5 x pg (X) 8) * Ty Lawson (Denver Nugett) 1 – 0.33 x pg 9) * Mike Conley Jr. (Memphis) 1 – 0.33 x pg 10) Greivis Vasquez (New Orleans Hornets) 1 – 0.33 x pg 11) Lowry Kile (Toronto) 1 – 0.33 x pg 12) Goran Dragic (Sun Phonix) from 1 to 0.33 pg 13) Kyrie Irving (Cavaliers Clev) 1 – 0.33 x pg 14) Daniel Gibson (Clev Cavaliers) 1 – 0.33 x pg 15) Mario Chalmers (Miami Head) 1 – 0.33 x pg 16) Alexey Shved (Minnesota Wolves) ® 1 – 0.33 x pg POINTS: 1) Kile Lowry (Toronto) 23.7 pts x g 2) Kyrie Irving (Cavaliers Clev) 23.7 pts x g 3) J.J. Redick (Orlando Magic) 22.5 pts x g 4) * Mo Williams (Utah Jazz) 22 pts x g 5) * Russell Westbrook (Oklahoma City) 21.3 pts xg 6) Damian Lillard (Portland Brazzer) ® 21.3 pts xg 7) * Tony Parker (San Antonio) 20.3 pts x g 8) Kemba Walker (Charlotte) 20 pts x g (X) 9) Jrue Holliday (Philadelphia 76′s) 19.3 pts xg 10) * Crhis Paul (LA clippers) 19 pts x g 11) Monta Ellis (Miwokee) 18.5 x g (X) 12) Deron Williams (Brooklin) 18.5 x g (X) 13) * Stephen Curry (Golden State) 18 pts x g 14) Darrel Collison (Dallas) 17.3 x g 15) * Brandon Jennings (Miwokee) 17 pts x g (X) 16) Ramon Sessions (Charlotte) 16.5 pts x g (X) 17) * Rajon Rondo (Boston Celtic) 15.3 pts x g 18) * Jeremy Lin (Houston) 15.3 pts x g 19) Jeff Teague (Atlanta Hawks) ® 15 pts x g (X) 20) Goran Dragic (Sun Phonix) 14.7 x g 21) * Mike Conley Jr. (Memphis) 14.7 pts x g 22) * Ty Lawson (Denver Nugett) 14 pts x g 23) * Raymond Felton (NYN) 13.7 pts x g 24) Greivis Vasquez (New Orleans Hornets) 13pts xg 25) Nate Robinson (Chicago Bull) 12.7 pts x g 26) * Jose Juan Barea (Minnesota Wolves) 12 pts xg 27) * Isaiah Thomas (Sacramento Kings) 11.7 pts xg 28) George Hill (Indiana Pacers) 11.3 pts x g 29) Jarrett Jack (Golden State) 10.3 pts x g 30) Brandon Knight (Detroit Pistons) 10 pts x g 31) * Jason Kidd (NYN) 9 pts x g STEALS: 1) * Kile Lowry (Toronto) 11 – 3,7 x g 2) *Mike Conley Jr (Menphis) 9 – 3 x g 3) Mario Chalmers (Miami Head) 9 – 2,25 x g 4) *Brandon Jennings (Miwokee) 8 – 4 x g (X) 5) *Crhis Paul (LA Clipers) 8 – 2,67 x g 6) *Jeremy Lin (Houston) 7 – 2,33 x g 7) *Stephen Curry (Golden State) 6 – 2 x g 8) *Jason Kidd (NYN) 6 – 2 x g 9) Jeff Teague (Hawks Atlanta) ® 5 – 2,5 x g (X) 10) *Rajon Rondo (Boston Celtic) 5 – 1,67 x g 11) *Mo Williams (Utah Jazz) 5 – 1,67 x g 12) *Raymond Felton (NYN) 5 – 1,67 x g 13) Jrue Holliday (Philadelphia 76´s) 5 – 1,67 x g 14) Darrel Collison (Dallas) 5 – 1,67 x g 15) Goran Dragic (Sun Phonix) 5 – 1,67 x g 16) Kemba Walker (Charlotte) 4 – 2 x g (X) 17) *Ty Lawson (Denver Nugett) 4 – 1,33 x g 18) Nate Robinson (Chicago Bull) 4 – 1,33 x g 19) Kyrie Irving (Clev Cavaliers) 3 – 1 x g 20) J.J. Redick (Orlando Magic) 2 – 1 x g 21) A.J Price (Washington) 2 – 1 x g (X) 22) *Tony Parker (San Antonio) 2 – 0,67 x g 23) Daniel Gibson (Clev Cavaliers) 2 – 0,67 x g 24) George Hill (Indiana Pacers) 2 – 0,67 x g 25) Jarret Jack (Golden State) 2 – 0,67 x g 26) Damian Lillard (Portland Brazzer) ® 2 – 0,67 x g 27) Alexey Shved (Minesota Wolves) ® 2 – 0,67 x g 28) *Steve Nash (LA Lakers) 1 – 0,5 x g 29) Monta Ellis (Miwokee) 1 – 0,5 x g (X) 30) Ramon Sessions (Charlotte) 1 – 0,5 x g (X) 31) Deron Willians (Brooklin) 1 – 0,5 x g (X) 32) *José Juan Barea (Minesota Wolves) 1 – 0,33 x g 33) *Isaiah Thomas (Sacramento Kings) 1 – 0,33 x g 34) *D.J Agustin (Indiana Pacers) 1 – 0,33 x g 35) Greivis Vasquez (New Orleans Hornets) 1 – 0,33 x g 36) José Calderón (Toronto) 1 – 0,33 x g 37) Brandon Knight (Detroit Piston) 1 – 0,33 x g

Nassim Aguin
Nassim Aguin

recurrence............. I observe that those who think here in reference to Greivis Vasquez, have a very subjective opinion, nothing objective in the rescue of such objectivity’ve performed a statistical analysis of their numbers compared to the statistics for all of the league PG. A good PG is one who leads in offensive production of the entire team, who make plays for his teammates to score, whether individually additionally has ability to score a lot of points, becomes a star, and if can work well defensively, this PG becomes an exceptional player, a super PG. Observe the different individual statistics all PG in the league in his first three games this season, so we have a clear vision of what is the contribution of the Hornets GV boot in this campaign, his status in reference to their colleagues in the league, and thus its impact on wins and good team play: 3 points: 1) Jrue Holliday (Philadelphia 76′s) 8 – 53.3% 2) Kile Lowry (Toronto) 8 – 50% 3) * Stephen Curry (Golden State) 8 – 34.8% 4) J.J. Redick (Orlando Magic) 6-75% 5) * Jason Kidd (NYN) 6 – 54.5% 6) * Isaiah Thomas (Sacramento Kings) 6 – 42.9% 7) * Mo Williams (Utah Jazz) 6 – 42.9% 8) * Raymond Felton (NYN) 6 – 37.5% 9) Damian Lillard (Portland Brazzer) ® 6 – 37.5% 10) * Mike Conley Jr. (Memphis) 5 – 45.5% 11) Darrel Collison (Dallas) 4-80% 12) Nate Robinson (Chicago Bull) 4-40% 13) Daniel Gibson (Clev Cavaliers) 4-40% 14) Jose Calderon (Toronto) 4-40% 15) Deron Williams (Brooklin) 4 – 33.3% (X) 16) A.J Price (Washington) 4 – 28.6% (X) 17) * Tony Parker (San Antonio) 3-75% 18) Steve Blake (LA Lakers) 3-60% 19) * Crhis Paul (LA clippers) 3 – 42.9% 20) Brandon Knight (Detroit Pistons) 3 – 33.3% 21) * Jeremy Lin (Houston) 3 – 33.3% 22) Kyrie Irving (Cavaliers Clev) 3 – 33.3% 23) Monta Ellis (Miwokee) 3 – 27.3% (X) 24) Alexey Shved (Minnesota Wolves) ® 3 – 27.3% 25) Goran Dragic (Sun Phonix) 3 to 25% 26) Jarrett Jack (Golden State) 2 – 66.7% 27) Ramon Sessions (Charlotte) 2-50% (X) 28) * Rajon Rondo (Boston Celtic) 2-40% 29) * Jose Juan Barea (Minnesota Wolves) 2 – 28.6% 30) * Brandon Jennings (Miwokee) 2-25% (X) 31) Greivis Vasquez (New Orleans Hornets) 2-25% 32) * D.J Agustin (Indiana Pacers) 2 – 22.2% 33) * Russell Westbrook (Oklahoma City) 2 – 18.2% 34) George Hill (Indiana Pacers) 2 – 16.7%

carpo
carpo

f*ck i love gravy

Jordan J.
Jordan J.

Vasquez interview was awesome. It's good to know that Hakim is a good influence and locker room presence. Maybe he can stick around on a cheaper contract.