Here are a few recent stats I noticed: All three of Durant, Harden and Westbrook have lower FG%s in the last 10 games compared to the regular season and all are between 40-41% on rawFG%. All at 30-31% on 3 pt FG%. They take about 46 shots per game. 3 Thunder big men (Ibaka, Nazr and Nick) are on fire with respect to FG%. They get 17 shots per game but the high FG% has given the Thunder a couple extra points per game on those shots compared to league average. The big 3 by contrast have produced about 3 points less than league average efficiency would produce on their shots. They've won games recently mainly because of getting 2 more offensive rebounds per game and 4 more FTAs. Overall they are rebounding in a more old-fashioned traditional way since Perkins arrived- by big men. Maynor, Harden, Thabo and Durant are rebounding less. Ibaka and Collison are rebounding more even with the new big man help. Perkins and Mohammed rebound more than the guys they replaced. The team has taken fewer 3 point attempts than all but 1 western playoff team. Brooks moved from a 9 man rotation to a 10 man rotation most nights, but he also stopped going deeper than 10.
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