3 months ago

Rocket Watts is a classic example of why watching games as opposed to peeking at box scores is crucial to understanding a player’s impact and development over the course of a season. Solely by the numbers, Watts had what would appear on the surface to be a rather underwhelming statistical season. He shot 39% from the field (worst among scholarship players) and carried an offensive rating (points produced divided by possessions used) of 95.2, the worst rating on the team

Source: Spartan Hoops