Originally Posted by billsmith3503
We have more Offensive Rebounds than our opponents. We also have more FT attempts. We do have 2 more to's per game... I guess thats it... but somehow it seems like there must be something systematic about it -- last night the offensive rebounds were tie, and TO's were tie. This happens almost every night, its a curious stat.
Against Minnesota the Spurs took 5 less FGA and shot 6 more FT. You can roughly translate the 6FT to 3 possessions so you have only 2 FGA to explain. PErhaps the Puppies had more And 1s, which might explain the remaining 2 FGA differential.