This article is part of our 30 Days, 30 Teams, 30 Facts series.
With the NBA on hiatus for at least 30 days, I'll be coping by posting an article every day with 30 random/interesting facts from each of the 30 teams. Hopefully, the season will resume when I hit publish on the Wizards' article.
Golden State Warriors
Stats are mostly from Cleaning the Glass, but also RotoWire, NBA.com and Basketball-Reference.
- Ky Bowman and Jordan Poole are both sub-11th percentile in points per 100 shot attempts for their respective positions. Bowman is at 98.0 and Poole is at 91.6.
- Marquese Chriss' 14.7% assist rate is in the 90th percentile for bigs.
- Marquese Chriss has the highest win shares per 48 minutes (.136) on the Warriors.
- The Warriors score 20.9 more points per 100 transition plays with Marquese Chriss on the court, which is a difference that ranks in the 95th percentile.
- Damion Lee is assisted on 85% of his made baskets, one of the highest rates for a combo guard in the league (97th percentile).
- Damion Lee has the highest point differential (+7.8) of any Warriors player with 400+ minutes played.
- Damion Lee has spent significant time at point guard (26% of minutes), shooting guard (65%) and small forward (9%). The Warriors are most effective when he's at point guard, with a -2.6 net rating.
- Draymond Green has been assisted on all 36 of his three-point makes.
- When Draymond Green is on the court, the Warriors force opponents to take 2.4% more long mid-rangers – a difference that ranks in the 95th percentile.
- As a member of the Warriors, D'Angelo Russell took just 8% of his shots at the rim – the second percentile for combo guards. However, he converted 73% of them, which is in the 100th percentile.
- With the Warriors, D'Angelo Russell made 51% (59-of-116) of his long mid-rangers, ranking in the 92nd percentile for his position.
- Eric Paschall takes 16% of his shots from the long mid-range – the 91st percentile for bigs.
- Eric Paschall blocks just 0.3 blocks per 36 minutes.
- Eric Paschall has 31 lost-ball turnovers – the most on the Warriors.
- Eric Paschall has had 54 of his shots blocked – the most on the Warriors by a margin of 19.
- Eric Paschall has the worst point differential (-4.6) of any Warriors player with at least 400 minutes played. Opposing teams score an extra 19.8 points per 100 transition plays while he's on the court (fourth percentile).
- Out of the three positions Eric Paschall has spent time playing – small forward, power forward, center – the Warriors are most effective with him at small forward (-8.0 net rating).
- With Golden State, Andrew Wiggins has been fouled on 14.4% of his shot attempts – the 91st percentile for forwards. Plus, he's made the shot on 37.9% of his attempts that he's fouled on, ranking in the 94th percentile. He also ranks in the 96th percentile in terms of non-shooting fouls drawn per 100 team plays (2.2%).
- With Golden State, Andrew Wiggins averages 1.5 blocks and 1.4 steals per 36 minutes.
- The Warriors have scored 6.5 more points per field-goal miss through putbacks with Andrew Wiggins on the court – a difference that ranks in the 93rd percentile.
- Opposing teams shoot 4.0% better from three with Andrew Wiggins on the court – a difference that ranks in the eighth percentile.
- With the Warriors, Alec Burks was fouled on 14.9% of his shot attempts – the 94th percentile for wings.
- The Warriors' best lineup with at least 100 possessions played has a +33.3 net rating. It contains D'Angelo Russell, Damion Lee, Glenn Robinson, Draymond Green and Marquese Chriss. The worst is -29.2 and contains Ky Bowman, Alec Burks, Glenn Robinson, Eric Paschall and Willie Cauley-Stein.
- The Warriors have the worst point differential (-9.6) in the league. That's fueled by the NBA's worst effective field-goal percentage (50.0)
- Golden State takes the second-most mid-rangers in the NBA (36.0% of team attempts).
- Golden State has the worst non-corner three accuracy (32.6%) in the NBA.
- The Warriors have the 11th-best defensive shot profile (53.2 location eFG%) in the NBA.
- The Warriors allow opponents to shoot the highest percentage from three (39.4%).
- Golden State allows the fewest transition opportunities off of live rebounds (23.9%) in the NBA.
- Before the season, the Warriors were +950 to win the title – the sixth-highest odds.