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NFL 2018 Discussion (Last Updated: 12/05)
1. Los Angeles Rams (11-1), Week 13 ranking: 2
We're No. 1 in: Pass-block win rate. Give it up for the big guys up front, where it all starts for the 11-1 Rams and their explosive offense.
The offensive line ranks No. 1 in pass-block win rate, defined as when a pass-blocker sustains his block for 2.5 seconds following the snap.
The Rams have won 63 percent of their pass blocks, allowing Jared Goff plenty of time to distribute the ball to a host of playmakers.
2. New Orleans Saints (10-2), Week 13 ranking: 1
We're No. 1 in: Scoring points. The Saints are tied for second in the NFL, at 34.9 points per game. But their scoring efficiency is on a
historic pace. Despite their stunning offensive flop at Dallas in Week 13, the Saints have scored points on 58.1 percent of their drives
this season, which is on pace to be the highest rate by any NFL team since the league expanded to a 16-game schedule in 1978. The record
of 53 percent belongs to the 2007 Patriots, who went 16-0.
3. Kansas City Chiefs (10-2), Week 13 ranking: 3
We're No. 1 in: Passing TDs. Patrick Mahomes has 41. The Chiefs have needed most of them because they've had to outscore their porous defense.
They will need Mahomes to challenge the NFL record of 55 if they're going to continue to do so.
4. New England Patriots (9-3), Week 13 ranking: 4
We're (almost) No. 1 in: Kickoff return average. Led by Cordarrelle Patterson, who has returned 19 kickoffs for 580 yards (30.5 average)
and one touchdown, the Patriots are topped by just one other team (the Titans) in kickoff return average. Patterson's 95-yard kickoff
return for a TD against the Bears was one of the signature plays of the Patriots' season, and Tom Brady has nicknamed him "The Experiment"
because of all the things the team has explored with him on offense, in addition to his kickoff return expertise.
5. Los Angeles Chargers (9-3), Week 13 ranking: 5
We're (almost) No. 1 in: Explosive plays. The Chargers have 83 explosive plays this season (running plays of 15-plus yards or passing plays
of 20-plus yards). Only the Kansas City Chiefs (86) have more. The Bolts have been so-so on third downs this season, but one of the reasons
they are among the league leaders in scoring (sixth overall) is a Philip Rivers-led offense's ability to create chunk plays to make it easier
to get into scoring position.
NBA 2018 Discussion (Last Updated: 12/05)
1. Toronto Raptors, Last week: 3, Record: 20-4
Pace: 101.1 (14) OffRtg: 114.6 (2) DefRtg: 106.4 (9) NetRtg: +8.2 (2)
The Raptors have won eight straight games, with their victory in Memphis on Tuesday (in which they came back from 17 points down in the third
quarter) qualifying as their best road win of the season. They did barely hold on at home against a Warriors team that was without Stephen
Curry and Draymond Green. But how well their starting frontline held up, given the inexperience of one guy and the 2018 playoff performance
of the other, was certainly encouraging. Pascal Siakam and Serge Ibaka combined for 46 points on 16-for-23 shooting on Thursday and the
Raptors outscored the champs by 14 points in 35 minutes with the pair on the floor together. They are two of seven players who have shot
75 percent or better on at least 75 shots in the restricted area, and they've combined to shoot 50 percent elsewhere in the paint (where
the league average is less than 40 percent). Their tough stretch of schedule continues with three great matchups at Scotiabank Arena this
Week 8: vs. DEN, vs. PHI, @ BKN, vs. MIL
2. Denver Nuggets, Last week: 4 , Record: 15-7
Pace: 98.6 (27) OffRtg: 111.3 (9) DefRtg: 103.8 (3) NetRtg: +7.6 (3)
The Nuggets' five-game winning streak couldn't be much more impressive. Three of the wins have come on the road against opponents --
Minnesota, Oklahoma City and Portland -- that are otherwise 26-8 at home. The other two have been by a combined 57 points. They were
without Gary Harris against the Thunder and Lakers last week, but he returned to score 27 points and hit the go-ahead 3-pointer with 17
seconds left in Portland on Friday. The winning streak has been the highest-scoring (17.8 points per game) and best-shooting (effective
field goal percentage of 69 percent) five-game stretch of the season for Paul Millsap, who got off to a slow start offensively. The Nuggets
are the only team that has yet to trail by 20 points this season.
Week 8: @ TOR, @ ORL, @ CHA, @ ATL
3. LA Clippers, Last week: 2 , Record: 15-7
Pace: 102.9 (8) OffRtg: 112.5 (4) DefRtg: 107.5 (13) NetRtg: +4.9 (5)
The Clippers' fourth-ranked offense had its worst game since October on Sunday, scoring just 110 points on 106 possessions in Dallas,
despite Lou Williams ending a string of 12 straight games in which he made less than half his shots. Williams' effective field goal percentage of 43.5 percent is a career low, but he hasn't needed to carry the offense as much as he did last season, when the Clips were almost 13 points per 100 possessions better offensively with him on the floor than they were with him off the floor. Danilo Gallinari (28 points on just 10 shots against Phoenix on Wednesday) and Tobias Harris (28 points on 17 shots in Sacramento on Friday) both had big games last week and Montrezl Harrell has been more efficient in almost nine more minutes per game than he played last season. The Clips rank 28th in the percentage of their shots that have come from 3-point range, but Williams, Gallinari and Harrell all rank in the top 12 in made free throws per 36 minutes and Harrell ranks second in points in the paint per 36.
Week 8: @ NOP, @ MEM, vs. MIA
4. Milwaukee Bucks, Last week: 1 , Record: 15-7
Pace: 104.0 (5) OffRtg: 115.5 (1) DefRtg: 106.0 (6) NetRtg: +9.6 (1)
With a big week of games on tap, the Bucks are showing signs of slippage. The last five games have been their worst defensive stretch of
the season (114.8 points allowed per 100 possessions), even though three of the opponents -- Phoenix, Chicago and New York -- rank in the
bottom 10 offensively. They continue to protect the rim pretty well, but fouls have been a problem, a couple of opponents have caught fire
from 3-point range, and they remain in the bottom five in regard to forcing turnovers. Malcolm Brogdon is 17-for-25 from 3-point range over the five games, but defensive breakdowns got Khris Middleton (who hit the game-winning shot three nights earlier) benched for all of the fourth quarter and overtime in a brutal loss at Madison Square Garden on Saturday.
Week 8: vs. DET, GSW, @ TOR
5. Oklahoma City Thunder, Last week: 5, Record: 14-7
Pace: 102.8 (9) OffRtg: 107.9 (17) DefRtg: 101.4 (1) NetRtg: +6.5 (4)
The Thunder certainly didn't have the toughest November schedule (only three of their 15 November opponents are currently over .500),
but they took care of business, going 12-3 with the league's best November point differential per 100 possessions (plus-10.5) by a healthy
margin. They rank No. 1 defensively and the last five games have been their best defensive stretch of the season (95.5 points allowed per
100 possessions), despite some lineup inconsistency (four different starters alongside Russell Westbrook in the backcourt). Westbrook seems
to have found his shot, going 18-for-32 (while totaling 28 rebounds and 25 assists) in wins over the Cavs and Hawks last week. But there was
some bad news, with Andre Roberson suffering another setback in his return from his left knee injury.
Week 8: @ DET, @ BKN, @ CHI
CBA 2018 Discussion (Last Updated: 12/05)
1. Kansas Jayhawks (7-0): , Previous ranking: 1
This week: Beat Wofford 72-47 on Tuesday, vs. New Mexico (Saturday, 8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN2)
The Jayhawks dominated Wofford after taking only a three-point lead into halftime, but the bigger concern is the health of big man Udoka
Azubuike, who suffered an injury in the first half. Bill Self said at halftime that Azubuike had a high-ankle sprain and would be out
indefinitely, later telling reporters he was hopeful Azubuike could be back before Christmas. When on the floor, Azubuike adds a dimension
down low that not many teams in the country possess.
2. Gonzaga Bulldogs (9-0): , Previous ranking: 2
This week: Beat Washington 81-79 on Wednesday, vs. Tennessee in Phoenix (Sunday, 3 p.m. ET, ESPN)
Gonzaga survived on Wednesday, as Rui Hachimura hit a turnaround jumper from the foul line with 0.6 seconds left to beat Washington.
Hachimura finished with 26 points and seven rebounds, another terrific performance for the All-American big man. Tennessee and North
Carolina are up next for the Zags.
3. Duke Blue Devils (8-1): , Previous ranking: 3
This week: Beat Hartford 84-54 on Wednesday, vs. Yale (Saturday, 5:30 p.m. ET, ESPN)
Although Duke's athletes show up more on highlight reels and on the offensive end, it also has helped that the Blue Devils are off to a
better start defensively than we have seen from them in the past. They rank No. 1 nationally in steal percentage and in the top 10 in block
4. Michigan Wolverines (9-0): , Previous ranking: 6
This week: Beat Northwestern 62-60 on Tuesday, vs. South Carolina (Saturday, noon ET, FS1)
Michigan finally hit some adversity Tuesday, hanging on for a two-point win at Northwestern. The Wolverines struggled to shoot from the
perimeter and got only three points from their bench, while Northwestern shot better than any team had against Michigan all season. They
still found a way to win, though, and now head home for six straight games in Ann Arbor.
5. Nevada Wolf Pack (9-0): , Previous ranking: 4
This week: Beat Arizona State 72-66 in Los Angeles on Friday, vs. Grand Canyon in Phoenix (Sunday, 5:30 p.m. ET, ESPNU)
In perhaps the most difficult game of Nevada's schedule, the Wolf Pack rallied to beat Arizona State on Friday. With Nevada's win, it probably
will get into Mountain West play without a loss.
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