First vs. Second Half (minimum 2 minutes)
First Half Top - DeVon Hardin - 18-8, +10
Second Half Top - DeVon Hardin - 34-22, +12
First Half Bottom - Jordan Wilkes - 15-20, -5
Second Half Bottom - Jordan Wilkes - 0-5, -5
With DeVon Hardin in 28 minutes - 52-30, +22
Without Hardin in 12 minutes - 15-29, -14
With Eric Vierneisel in 26 minutes - 49-36, +13
Without Vierneisel in 14 minutes - 18-23, -5
Knezevic, Christopher, Vierneisel, Anderson, Hardin in 13:31 - 31-15, +16
All other lineups in 26:29 - 36-44, -8
Offensively, the Bears averaged 1.85 points/minute (74 pts/40 minutes) with Hardin in the game, but just 1.25 points/minute (50 pts/40 minutes) when he's out.
Defensively, the Bears allowed 1.07 points/minute (43 points/40 minutes) with Hardin in the game, but 2.41 points/minute (96 pts/40 minutes) when he's off the court.
Description: This stat measures the significance of a player's contribution to the team's effort. If a team wins by 10 points, and a player plays in half of the team's minutes, his expected contribution would be a +5. For example, when Cal defeated Grambling by 19 points. Brian Wethers played 28 minutes or 70% of the game. If we multiply 70% x +19, Wethers' expected contribution would be a +13.30. But for the game he was a +26, so his net for the game for a +12.70. In a perfect team situation, if everyone contributed equally, the difference column would consist of a row of zeros.
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