In the 17-18 season, the Jazz lost 16-21 before the New Year, hit%,3%, and had a net win-point average. New Year's Eve 32-13, shooting percentage%, three-point hit rate%, net score.
In the 18-19 season, the Jazz had 18-19 losses before the New Year, with a percentage of hits, three-pointers and a net score. New Year's Eve 32-13, shooting percentage%, three-point hit rate%, net 8 points.
Sure enough, at the beginning of the season, the 13-11 negative jazz ended the hibernation in advance, in the most recent 11 games, in the last 11 games, the ranking in the fifth in the west, and the fourth fast ship is getting closer and closer, then, what changes in the jazz team caused the performance?
Conley, who was placed in high hopes during the offseason, averaged an assist in his 22 games, hitting only% of the shots and more than 10 in all of the league, with only Griffin and Eric Gordon hitting fewer than him.
Aside from the three-pointers remaining as good as they used to be, with 36% of the shots, Conley's once-honored range efficiency has plummeted, and his game-by-game average of 10% has scored only points in each round, worse than 65% of the league's players.
At the end of the season, the most handy weapon suddenly rusted? It's a hard question to explain, and beyond that, Conley, a senior point guard, has already lost power in the basket, hitting only 46% of the basket, less than 95% of the players in the same position.
The efficiency of the offensive side has fallen, giving Conley a liability for the Jazz for most of the time, with the Jazz scoring fewer than 100 rounds when he was there. The Jazz's group of five, Conley \/ O'Neill \/ Bojan \/ Mitchell \/ Gobel's 100th net, was second in the league in all fives who played more than 200 minutes, and after converting Conley into Ingles, the Jazz's fives were the league's top five-setters in the 100th round, showing that Conley did exist most of the time behind the attacking end.
Not to mention defensively, two defenders with a height of less than 190 will only put Gobel under pressure most of the time. Conley's passing by the opposing point guard is common.
After conley's injury, mitchell got more ball rights, showed more offensive desire, through the average number of touch, the length of each round of the ball and the number of times we can clearly see that mitchell no longer have to accommodate conley, the ball is over for him. In the first 22 games of the season, he has touched the ball about the same number as the likes of Hilder, Paul George, and after Conley's injury, he has touched the ball with the likes of Kemba Walker and Bill.
Mitchell, who has averaged four-and-six pitches in the past 11 games, has hit a high percentage of the shots, and he has used his breakthrough to create more chances for the bottom scorer after he's been able to throw more balls in his hands.
Ingles, top of Conley's lead position, delivered an average assist during Conley's injury, a good% hit, a qualified second-and-goal organizer and good shooter who scored more than 89% of the league's players per round of jumpers, and his taller figure doesn't suffer defensive losses than Conley.
For coach schneider, it's clear whoever comes first in the 160 minutes of the comley-mitchell-ingles trio, the jazz 100 lost to the opposition, pulled off the conley, and mitchell-ingles netted in the 737 minutes together. Conley is a good point guard for most of his career, but at least this season, ingers is a better partner for mitchell.
Ingles combined with a three-point percentage of Bojan to provide plenty of room for Mitchell's breakthrough, with the Jazz scoring well into each round, the league's first.
Before the deal came to Clarkson, the Jazz had only points on the bench, the league's second-bottom, Clarkson played five games for the Jazz, with an average of 37% of hits, and before joining the Jazz, there was a point in the 23 minutes of Knights Clarkson's playing time, and the league played more than 20 games on the bench, with a sixth-man average score higher than he did, but there were only four of them, Harley, Rose and Schroders.
\"You can see that he's eager to play, he's hungry, I think his confidence is exactly what we need, he's really trying to do everything right and it's very hard when you don't know where to be on the pitch,\" Schneider praised Clarkson after the team beat the Trail Blazers. But I think our team greeted him with open arms and I felt good about him on the first day of the team.'
Now the jazz, with the league's highest-scoring five-man group, are getting better, mitchell is heading for the evolution of a scorer like an all-round backcourt, and the new year's jazz, like the previous two years, will be on the right track again as a force to be reckon with in the west, so long as it doesn't break the current line-up and ignore the tricky conley.