3. Kris Humphries: 387 minutes with Deron Williams, Joe Johnson, Brook Lopez,
+5.1 per 100 possessions
Having Lopez and Johnson out there also gives Humphries room to focus on other parts of the game, attacking the rim less by design and focusing his game more on the unsexy aspects of basketball. Humphries rebounds significantly better, shoots better from the floor, and the team as a whole benefits, scoring 108.3 points per 100 possessions with Humphries sharing the floor with the Big 3. That’s the second-best offensive mark of any Nets four-man tandem with at least 200 minutes played.
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