#45

Baron Davis visits the Big Easy for the first time since he left… so he’s obviously going to get a huge fan reaction (especially considering what JR got on Monday). I couldn’t get a hold of any Warriors bloggers to answer questions for us this time, so instead here’s a comparison of CP and BD’s first 3 years in the league. Yeah, we already know that CP is way, way better, but this chart helps give an idea of where Paul is starting to separate from Baron, statistically speaking. In fact, you’ll notice that Baron started off as a slightly better shooter, but CP’s passed him significantly this year. The only stat Baron consistently outplayed CP in is rebounds, and that’s partly to be expected.

d

PER

ORtg

eFG%

RB%

AST%

STL%

TOV%

Davis 00

16.6

105

.472

9.9

32.5

2.9

17.0

Paul 05

22.1

114

.456

8.5

38.2

3.4

13.7

Davis 01

18.2

105

.480

8.8

37.3

2.8

14.2

Paul 06

22.0

116

.466

6.9

41.3

2.4

13.5

Davis 02

16.9

103

.478

8.0

30.5

2.6

14.1

Paul 07

27.4

122

.524

6.0

49.1

3.7

12.6

 

Okay, on to the starters. With the way we’ve been playing lately, I don’t think Golden State can touch us.

 

 

GOLDEN STATE (PPG)

NEW ORLEANS (PPG)

 

B. Davis 22.3

C. Paul 20.6

 

M. Ellis 17.7

M. Peterson 8.5

 

S. Jackson 20.3

P. Stojakovic 15.2

 

A. Harrington 14.7

D. West 19.5

 

A. Biedrins 10.2

T. Chandler 12.1

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3 Responses

  1. Looks like Baron might not play tonight…

  2. Pargo starting?!?1? So is Biedrins …

  3. Yeah.. looks like Mo’s got the flu.

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