Originally Posted by zachus22
Agree with the points in general, but the ones on Jason Kapono and Jamario Moon specifically. In another post I eluded to how much of a liability Jason Kapono is not on the defensive end, and how Jamario's liability on offense definitely outweighs what Kapono can't (or can) do on defense.
FG% - 488
3FG% - 483
FTA - 1 @ (86%)
FG% - 485
3FG% - 328
FTA - 1.4 @ (74%)
I have Bolded the mafor differences and the only thing statistically better that Kapono did was shoot threes and scored at a higher rate(after the allstar break Jamarios percentages increased dramatically 52%FG 34% 3FG% ).
Moons rebounding, steals, blocks, turnover rate and fouls committed were alot better than Kapono.
I agree that Kaps is not as big a liability on the defensive end as people think and his deficiencies can be masked, but to say his shortcoming on defense is less than the shortcoming of Moon on offense is false.