Monday, November 26, 2007
This season the NBA has listened to one of my many thoughts and has started to track a players +/- during the course of individual games. Due to my dislike of Brian Scalabrine, I am going to track the severely overpaid redhead in a weekly post called The Scalabrine Watch.
Celtics 105 Golden State 82: +9
Scals in this easy win had some contributions. Dropped a triple and picked up 2 boards and an assist in yet another blowout.
Game Stats: 13 Minutes, 1-2, 3 Points, 2 Rebounds, 1 Assist
Celtics 107 Lakers 94: -1
Scals was 2s across the board against the Lakeshow in yet another Celtics easy victory.
Game Stats: 11 Minutes, 1-2, 2 Points, 2 Rebounds, 2 Assists
Celtics 96 Charlotte 95: -6
Scals -6 is his worst +/- of the season to date. And a negative one per minute played is certainly piss poor, but Ray Ray hit a buzzer beating triple to win the game so... it doesn't matter.
Game Stats: 6 Minutes, 1-3, 2 Points, 1 Rebound, 0 Assists
Overall Week Performance: +2
Scals performance was the worst of the season thus far, but still he managed to just sneak by in the positives based on his solid +/- in the Golden St. game.
Week Stats: 30 Minutes, 3-7, 7 Points, 5 Rebounds, 3 Assists
Overall Season Performance: +38
Scals has yet to have a negative week this season and while his production is diminishing slightly it's tough to kill a man on a team that is currently 11-1 and for the most part wins comfortably in every game.
Season Stats:12 MPG, .344 FG%, 2.7 PPG, 1.9 RPG, 1 APG