STAT CHECK – Jazz playing pairs

This looks at how the Jazz play based on what two man combos are on the floor. While, I find this interesting you must be careful with too many definitive statements based on these numbers since the statistical noise is very high.

I have excluded all pairs that haven’t played 50 minutes together and any line-up with Evans or Murphy.

BEST PLAYING PAIRS (Off Eff-Def Eff)
1. Marvin- DeMarre (110.3-81.1)
2. Burks – Millsap (117.2-88.6)
3. Burks – Foye (117-96.4)
4. HayWard – Tinsley (111.4-95.1)
5. DeMarre – Millsap (113.2-101)

BEST OFFENSIVE PLAYING PAIRS (off rat – def rat)
1. Burks-Millsap (117.2-88.6)
2. Burks-Foye (117-96.4)
3. Burks- Jefferson (116.2-104.7)
4. Carroll -Foye (114.3-102.4)
5. Carroll – Millsap (113.2-101)

BEST DEFENSIVE PLAYING PAIRS
(off rtg – def rtg)
1. Carroll -Marvin (110.3-81.1)
2. Burks – Millsap (117.2-88.6)
3. Kanter – Marvin (91.3-93)
4. Carroll – Kanter (102.5-93.6)
5. Kanter – Millsap (105 – 94.9)

WORST 5 PLAYING PAIRS
1. Watson – Marvin (100.6-114)
2. Hayward – Watson (99.2-109.4)
3. Favors – Mo Williams (102.8-112.4)
4. Kanter – Mo Williams (90.2-98.9)
5. Foye – Hayward (102.9-111.6)