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NBA Team Statistics

 
Shooting 3pt Shooting Free throws Rebounds  
Team PPG FGM-A FG % FGM-A FG % FTM-A FT % Tot Off Ast Pf Stl To Blk
ATLANTA 103.4 38.2-85.6 44.6% 11.2-31 36.1% -20.2 78.2% 50 9 23.7 19.6 7.8 15 4.2
BOSTON 103.5 38-84.7 44.9% 11.3-30.4 37.2% -21.2 76.9% 52.1 9.3 22.2 19.9 7.3 12.9 4.5
BROOKLYN 106.6 38.2-86.7 44.1% 12.7-35.6 35.7% -22.6 77.0% 52.1 9.6 23.6 20.6 6.2 14.3 4.8
CHARLOTTE 108.2 39-86.6 45.0% 10-27.2 36.8% -27 74.8% 54.5 10 21.6 17.2 6.8 12.3 4.6
CHICAGO 102.9 38.7-88.8 43.6% 11-31.1 35.4% -19.2 76.0% 52.5 9.6 23.5 19.2 7.6 13.3 3.5
CLEVELAND 108.8 39.6-84.2 47.0% 11.6-31.8 36.5% -23.2 77.6% 50 8.7 22.5 18.8 6.9 13 3.9
DALLAS 102.3 38.1-85.9 44.4% 11.8-32.8 36.0% -18.7 75.9% 48.6 8.1 22.7 19.2 7 11.8 3.7
DENVER 110 40.7-86.6 47.0% 11.5-30.9 37.2% -22.3 76.7% 52.6 11 25.1 18.7 7.7 14.3 4.9
DETROIT 103.8 39.1-86.9 45.0% 10.8-28.9 37.4% -19.8 74.2% 51.6 10.1 22.8 18.4 7.7 12.8 3.9
GOLDEN STATE 112.8 42.5-85.3 49.8% 11.3-29.4 38.4% -20.3 81.8% 50.4 8.6 28.6 19.6 8 14.5 7.1
HOUSTON 111.1 38.4-84.4 45.5% 15-41.9 35.8% -24.6 78.0% 51.3 9 21.1 19.4 8.5 12.9 4.9
INDIANA 105.2 40.6-85.9 47.3% 9.1-24.7 36.8% -19.2 77.1% 49.5 9.5 22.1 19.1 8.7 12.7 4.1
LA CLIPPERS 109 40.3-85.4 47.2% 9.5-26.8 35.4% -25.5 74.5% 52.8 10.1 22.3 20 7.7 14.1 4.5
LA LAKERS 108.1 40.7-88.4 46.0% 10-29.1 34.4% -23.3 71.2% 55.1 10.7 23.8 21.2 7.7 15.3 4.7
MEMPHIS 99.3 36.7-82.8 44.3% 9.2-26.2 35.1% -21.1 78.7% 48.8 9.5 21.5 23.2 7.5 14.5 4.9
MIAMI 103.4 38.7-85.2 45.4% 11-30.4 36.2% -20 75.0% 51.2 9.3 22.7 20.6 7.6 13.8 5.4
MILWAUKEE 106.1 39.7-82.6 48.1% 8.8-24.8 35.5% -23.1 77.5% 47.1 8.2 23.1 21.5 8.6 13.1 5.5
MINNESOTA 109.1 40.9-85.9 47.6% 8.1-22.5 36.0% -24.1 80.1% 50 10.2 22.7 18.2 8.2 11.8 4.1
NEW ORLEANS 111.5 42.7-88.4 48.3% 10.2-28 36.4% -20.7 77.3% 52.1 8.6 26.7 19.2 8 14.4 5.8
NEW YORK 104.5 40.7-87.7 46.4% 8.2-23.4 35.0% -19 78.4% 52.1 10.5 23.3 20.5 6.7 14.2 5.1
OKLAHOMA CITY 107.4 39.7-88 45.1% 10.7-30.3 35.3% -24 72.1% 54.5 12.3 21 20.2 9.1 13.5 5
ORLANDO 103.4 38.8-85.8 45.2% 10.3-29.3 35.2% -20.5 75.6% 49.8 8.8 23.4 19.3 7.5 14 4.9
PHILADELPHIA 109.7 40.6-86.8 46.8% 10.9-29.8 36.6% -23.4 75.2% 56 11.2 26.9 22.2 8.2 15.7 5
PHOENIX 103.9 38.5-87.1 44.2% 9.3-27.9 33.3% -23.9 74.1% 53.2 10.3 21.3 22 7 15.1 4.5
PORTLAND 105.6 39.4-87.2 45.2% 10.3-28.3 36.4% -20.7 79.7% 53.1 10.2 19.5 19.5 7.1 13.1 5.1
SACRAMENTO 98.8 38.8-86.1 45.1% 9-24 37.5% -16.7 73.7% 48.9 9.5 21.5 20 7.9 13.2 4.1
SAN ANTONIO 102.4 38.8-85.3 45.5% 8.5-24.3 35.0% -21 77.6% 51.4 10.2 22.6 17.4 7.7 12.6 5.5
TORONTO 111.2 41-86.9 47.2% 11.7-32.3 36.2% -22.1 79.2% 51.1 9.7 24.1 21.8 7.4 12.9 6.1
UTAH 103.9 38.2-82.9 46.1% 10.8-29.6 36.5% -21.8 76.6% 51.1 9.1 22.2 19.7 8.5 14.2 5.1
WASHINGTON 106.6 39.9-85.5 46.7% 9.8-26.2 37.4% -21.9 77.6% 50.9 9.9 25.1 21.3 7.9 14 4.3


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