Shots Per 36 Compared to Average Player

This stat divides a player’s shots per 36 minutes from a specific shot zone by the player average that season, going back to 1998. Above or below-average accuracy is also noted. If you scroll further right you can also see the regular per 36 numbers, minutes, and usage from NBA.com.

Further explanation of the stat, what I like and don’t like about it, and searching tips for the table itself can be found here. Hint: Filters help a ton. Seriously, scrolling is awful sometimes, which is disappointing and I apologize for that, but available filters make it easy to find specific players.

 

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