I think most of us have complained quite a lot recently about the lack of PT for Demarre, the fact that Marvin hasn't been exiled to Siberia, and the constant assertion that Watson or Tinsley should be playing backup PG minutes over Burks. I got curious, and decided to look at the stats from Basketball Reference to see how they relate to what I see when I actually watch the games. I'm looking at player efficiency rating, true shooting percentage, offensive rating, defensive rating, win shares, and win shares/48 as measures.

Hopefully this is somewhat enlightening.

First, Marvin, Carroll, and Hayward:

I think this is pretty clear. Marvin is having the worst season of his career and honestly, he's been awful. A TS% of .521 for a guy who shoots almost entirely threes is terrible and from his PER, Ortg and Drtg it's evident he's not impacting the floor at all while he's out there. The fact that he's averaging more minutes than Carroll is criminal. Seriously, Carroll should consider suing Corbin for defamation and criminal negligence for damaging his future value.

Considering how poorly Burks started the season the fact that he's already caught up to both Earl and Tinsley in every singe category but defensive rating (although his ortg and drtg differential is better) is kind of astounding. When you factor in that Burks is 21 while both Tinsley and Earl will probably strongly consider retirement after this season, it's pretty bad.

Anyways, just thought some of you might find this interesting and kind of confirm and quantify how you feel about Corbin's idiotic rotations and inexplicable player preferences.

Hopefully this is somewhat enlightening.

First, Marvin, Carroll, and Hayward:

**Marvin Williams****PER**10.2**TS**.521**ORTG**102**DRTG**109**WS**1.3**WS/48**.049**Demarre Carroll****PER**16.7**TS**.548**ORTG**119**DRTG**106**WS**2.6**WS/48**.149**Gordon Hayward****PER**16.8**TS**.556**ORTG**110**DRTG**110**WS**2.8**WS/48**.110I think this is pretty clear. Marvin is having the worst season of his career and honestly, he's been awful. A TS% of .521 for a guy who shoots almost entirely threes is terrible and from his PER, Ortg and Drtg it's evident he's not impacting the floor at all while he's out there. The fact that he's averaging more minutes than Carroll is criminal. Seriously, Carroll should consider suing Corbin for defamation and criminal negligence for damaging his future value.

**Jamaal Tinsley****PER**10.7**TS**.458**ORTG**96**DRTG**108**WS**.7**WS/48**.031**Earl Watson****PER**8.4**TS**.380**ORTG**93**DRTG**108**WS**.3**WS/48**.02**Alec Burks****PER**11.1**TS**.499**ORTG**99**DRTG**110**WS**.5**WS/48**.038Considering how poorly Burks started the season the fact that he's already caught up to both Earl and Tinsley in every singe category but defensive rating (although his ortg and drtg differential is better) is kind of astounding. When you factor in that Burks is 21 while both Tinsley and Earl will probably strongly consider retirement after this season, it's pretty bad.

Anyways, just thought some of you might find this interesting and kind of confirm and quantify how you feel about Corbin's idiotic rotations and inexplicable player preferences.

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