NatStat AsiaBB

Basketball Asia

Games on Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Top Performances
1Terrence Jones (PHI-TNT vs. PHI-NLX) 41 pts (16/33 fg), 1/7 3fg, 14 reb, 4 ast, 2 blk
2Prince Ibeh (PHI-GLP vs. PHI-ALA) 19 pts (9/14 fg), 13 reb, 3 stl, 2 blk
3Chris Daniels (PHI-ALA vs. PHI-GLP) 21 pts (9/17 fg), 1/3 3fg, 13 reb, 3 blk
4Curtis Washington (PHI-NLX vs. PHI-TNT) 18 pts (5/15 fg), 2/6 3fg, 16 reb, 2 blk
5Robert Bolick (PHI-GLP vs. PHI-ALA) 19 pts (7/10 fg), 2/5 3fg, 2 reb, 5 ast
Player Leaderboard
Points/Game39.8Pierre Jackson, Beijing Enterprises
Rebounds/Game20.1Mike Harris, Alaska
Assists/Game12.0Jeremy Pargo, Maccabi Tel Aviv
Steals/Game4.0Nemanja Dangubic, Bayern Munich; Tarik Black, Maccabi Tel Aviv
Efficiency33.2Pierre Jackson, Beijing Enterprises
Minutes/Game42.6Jamaal Franklin, Sichuan
Field Goal Percentage83.3Devin Booker, Bayern Munich
3-Point Percentage100.015 tied
Free Throw Percentage100.046 tied
Points/40 Min54.5Angelo Caloiaro, Maccabi Tel Aviv
Rebounds/40 Min21.5Sam McDaniel, Melbourne; Kyle Barone, Mahindra; Mike Harris, Alaska
Team Leaderboard
ELO Ratings
1. Guangdong 1869   2. Chiba 1783   3. Tokyo 1739   4. Tochigi 1737   5. Ulsan 1587   ...   Full Chart
Team Context Ratings
1. Maccabi Tel Aviv 681.20   2. Bayern Munich 677.30   3. Guangdong 576.60   4. Chiba 519.90   5. Tochigi 482.20   ...   Full Chart
GlobalPort has won five of its last six games
Brandon Brown (KOR-JEO) is tied for second in Asia/Pacific in rebounds with 823
Nemanja Dangubic (GER-BAY) is tied for first in Asia/Pacific in steals per game with 4.0
NLEX has lost four of its last five games
Shandong is averaging 1.084 points per defensive possession in its last ten games, worse than 1.105 season average
Barangay is averaging 50.3 rebounds per game over the last 15 games (2018-19 total: 49.5)
Zhejiang Chouzhou is averaging 40.6 rebounds per game in its last ten games
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