NBA All-Star 2017
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Numbers to know: 2017 Western Conference All-Stars

John Schuhmann

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Numbers to know: 2017 Eastern Conference All-Stars

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It's been a heck of a season for NBA statistics. We're on track to have the best offensive season of the last 40 years, with the league averaging 106.0 points per 100 possessions. Teams are taking 3-pointers at a record rate for the fifth straight season and turnovers are at an all-time low.

With the league-wide offensive revolution, there have been some ridiculous numbers put up by individuals. Russell Westbrook is averaging a triple-double. James Harden and Draymond Green have each had triple-double lines that we've never seen before. Stephen Curry finally broke the single-game record for threes and Isaiah Thomas is the first player (since we started tracking by-quarter stats) to average more than 10 points in a quarter. And none of those guys has the season high for points this season.

So there's a lot to celebrate and plenty of numbers beyond those to digest as we come to New Orleans for All-Star 2017. And as we've done for the last few years, we'll highlight some well and lesser-known numbers for the 25 All-Stars on the East and West rosters.

The Western Conference roster includes the two guys who have won the last three MVP awards, as well as another two guys who have been the front-runners for the award for much of the season.

-- Clutch time = Last five minutes of the fourth quarter or overtime with a score differential of five points or less.
-- Effective field goal percentage = (FGM + (0.5 * 3PM)) / FGA
-- True shooting percentage = PTS / (2 * (FGM + 0.44 * FTA)))
All stats through Wednesday, Feb. 15.

Stephen Curry, G, Golden State Warriors

Video: Watch Curry's NBA-record 13 3-pointers on Nov. 7.

James Harden, G, Houston Rockets

More SportVU: Has used 2,227 ball screens, 325 more than any other player this season. Kemba Walker is second, having used 1,902.

Video: Watch Harden's 17 assists from his 53, 16 & 17 game vs. New York.

Anthony Davis, F, New Orleans Pelicans

More SportVU: Has set 1,738 ball screens, second most in the league, behind only Rudy Gobert (1,769).

Video: Watch Davis shoot 17-for-34 on his way to 50 points vs. Denver on Oct. 26.

Kevin Durant, F, Golden State Warriors

Video: Watch Durant shoot 7-for-11 from 3-point range vs. Oklahoma City on Nov. 3.

Kawhi Leonard, F, San Antonio Spurs

More SportVU: Has recorded an assist just 4.2 percent of the time when using a ball screen, the lowest rate among 101 players who have used at least 300.

Video: Watch Leonard's 15 field goals from when he scored a career-high 41 points in Cleveland on Jan. 21.

DeMarcus Cousins, C, Sacramento Kings

Video: Watch Cousins' 17 field goals from when he scored 55 points vs. Portland on Dec. 20.

Marc Gasol, C, Memphis Grizzlies

Video: Watch Gasol dish out 10 assists in New Orleans on Dec. 5 on his way to his second career triple-double.

Draymond Green, F, Golden State Warriors

Video: Watch Green's 10 steals from his rebounds/assists/steals triple double in Memphis on Feb. 10.

Gordon Hayward, F, Utah Jazz

More SportVU: Has used 851 ball screens, most on the Jazz and third (behind Jimmy Butler and LeBron James) among small forwards.

Video: Watch Hayward shoot 13-for-20 on his way to 33 points in a win over Charlotte on Feb. 4.

DeAndre Jordan, C, LA Clippers

Video: Watch Jordan shoot 12-for-13 against the Lakers on Jan. 14.

Klay Thompson, G, Golden State Warriors

Video: Watch Thompson's 21 buckets from his 60-point game vs. Indiana on Dec. 5.

Russell Westbrook, G, Oklahoma City Thunder

More SportVU: Has an effective field goal percentage of 54.5 percent in the first six seconds of the shot clock, 45.2 percent with 7-18 seconds remaining on the shot clock, and 39.7 percent in the last six seconds of the shot clock.

Video: Watch all of Westbrook's career-high 22 assists vs. Phoenix on Dec. 17.

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