CHART: The Brooklyn Nets Transformation By The Numbers, 2013 vs. 2014

Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Shaun Livingston, Deron Williams
Two of these guys won’t play tonight. (AP)
Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Shaun Livingston, Deron Williams
The Nets have stepped it up in 2014. (AP)

The Nets may have lost their last game heading into the All-Star break, but they’ve still had a red-hot 2014. What’s the difference? Here’s a breakdown of how they looked in 2013, contrasted with how they look in the new year.

Research provided by Daniel Soriano.

Brooklyn Nets 2013 2014
Won-Loss Record 10-21 (T-24th) 14-6 (5th)
Points Per Game 96.8 (22nd) 97.9 (21st)
Points Allowed Per Game 101.4 (23rd) 95.0 (4th)
Points Per 100 Possessions 101.9 (18th) 104.6 (15th)
Points Allowed Per 100 Possessions 106.7 (28th) 101.2 (6th)
Pace 94.57 (25th) 92.79 (28th)
Field Goal Percentage 0.444 (20th) 0.46 (11th)
Three-Point Percentage 0.372 (10th) 0.36 (17th)
Free Throw Percentage 0.759 (14th) 0.767 (t-11th)
Field Goal Percentage Allowed 0.458 (18th) 0.444 (t-6th)
Three-Point Percentage Allowed 0.391 (30th) 0.362 (17th)
Free Throw Percentage Allowed 0.755 (17th) 0.774 (28th)
Three Point Attempts Per Game 19.9 (21st) 25.0 (2nd)
Three Point Attempts Allowed Per Game 21.9 (16th) 21.3 (16th)
Turnover Percentage 0.155 (14th) 0.153 (17th)
Offensive Rebound Percentage 0.23 (25th) 0.215 (26th)
Defensive Rebound Percentage 0.734 (23rd) 0.73 (t-21st)
Top Scorer Brook Lopez (20.7) Paul Pierce (14.6)

 
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