Really interesting matchups and different styles of rotations.
Clarke starts on the bench and averages 27 mins/game. Lets White "take the shine of the new ball" before coming on. Averages 17.3 ppg, or 0.64 pts/min.
Forman on the bench too and averages 13 min/game for 7.1 ppg (0.55 pts/min)
They're the danger men from the Hawks re scoring over 0.5 pt/min.
Martin scores at the rate of 0.27 pt/min and White 0.31 pts/min so Sixers fans will want them on court when the Hawks are behind.
With the Sixers, Randle scores at the rate of 0.68, Sobey 0.56, DJ 0.50, Creek 0.50, Deng 0.50. The "slowest scorer" is Teys at 0.28
Not surprisingly Sixers average more PPG.
Clarke has the most minutes of the Hawks but starts on the bench. Their starting 5 soaks up 51% of court time, Sixers starting 5 soak up 56%. Hawks seem to rotate the players more than the Sixers with shorter, more even minutes. Hawks have Clarke (27), AJ (24), Harris (23), Norton (21) and Kay (20) over 20 mins/game, with Sixers playing Randle (31), DJ (30), Sobey (27), Creek (24) and Jacobson (21), then Deng and Doyle both under 10 min/game
The big man department is where a lot of action happens and I think the Sixers have the wood on the Hawks in this area. Guard wise I think Clarke and Randle are pretty even, but Sobey is the difference. In transition I think the Sixers have the jump on the Hawks who go better outside the arc.
Bring it on!