All season long, I have observed us failing to adequately defend opposing PGs on a regular basis. More often than not they seem like they can do whatever they want against our defense.
So I was messing around with Excel, trying to learn some new formulas.
So I decided to look at the impact the opposing PGs (starting and backup) have had on our team all season, and ran some calculations on opposing PG performance, and our overall success.
Now, as a reference
The 2 Opposing PG's (primary + backup) average 21.8 ppg on 46.08%
Even including earl (which i only looked at 2 PGs from other teams), the 3 of our main pgs have combined to average 18ppg on 36.1% shooting
Take from it what you will, but this (i feel) just validates with numbers, the overall dilemma we are in, and how big of an impact a PG (especially one who can defend adequately) has on winning for this team.