I know I've mentioned this before, but it seems worth bringing up again amid what seems to be a somewhat disappointing year so far: Why do you think the difference between our actual wins and Pythagorean wins (expected wins based on point differential combined with schedule) is so stark under Quin Snyder? This year, our Pythagorean record (according to Basketball-reference.com) is 23-17, so we've "left 3 wins on the table," so to speak. Last year we had 5 more Pythagorean wins than actual wins. You might figure that this difference between Pythagorean and actual wins is somewhat random and evens out over the years. But over the 4 1/2 years of Quin's coaching, we've had by far-and-away the largest difference between Pythagorean wins and actual wins of any team in the league. Only 4 teams are over 10, in either direction. We're at -19 (actual compared to Pythagorean). We've never had a season under Quin with more actual (or even the same number of) wins than Pythagorean wins.