With SEC season tipping off today, I figured I'd post a final look at how the numbers stack up through the 15 non-conference games.
Again, +/- is hardly a perfect way to judge a player's impact on the game by itself. The more minutes played, the more chances you have to improve them. Extrapolating the numbers above out over 40 minutes yields the following:
It's safe to throw out Donald Williams' numbers. He's shot the ball well when he's been in, but has yet to log any meaningful minutes. The game is always out of reach and he's typically facing disinterested opponents. No one should be surprised to see Buckner and Henry atop this list. The one that surprised me most was Graham being as far down as he is.
Here's a breakdown of individual points per minute (ppm):
Here is a breakdown of team Offensive PPM...
... and Defensive PPM. Again, surprised with Graham's poor showing here. Everyone has outside of Bogan and D Williams have logged enough minutes this season for these to be more than coincidence at this point.