DeAndre Jordan Leading Brooklyn Nets' Big Board Work

We're taking a look at some notable statistics and rankings compiled by the Brooklyn Nets with our weekly Stat Survey presented by Infor, to be published weekly.

The Brooklyn Nets lead the NBA in points per game with 119.2 and are sixth in offensive rating (110.1) and sixth in effective field goal percentage.

Playing the league’s fifth-fastest pace (106.24), the Nets are fourth in field goal attempts per game (92.3) and fourth in free throw attempts per game (26.8).

The Nets are third in the league in rebounds per game (48.6), third in defensive rebounds per game (37.3) and sixth in offensive rebounds per game (11.3). They’re also fourth in rebounding percentage (52.3).

Brooklyn is fifth in the NBA in 3-point percentage (37.8) and sixth in both 3-point field goals made (13.6) and attempted (36.0).

The Nets are third in the league in screen assists (12.2).

Brooklyn is second in the league in drives (56.1), third in isolations (11.4), and third in pick-and-roll ball-handler possessions (30.7).

The Nets have played eight clutch games, second in the league, and are fourth in clutch wins (4) and first in clutch situation plus/minus (25).

Kyrie Irving is tied for third in the league in scoring with 29.7 points per game and is fifth in usage rate (32.9) and 11th in assists per game (7.0).

DeAndre Jordan (10.4) and Jarrett Allen (8.6) are combining to average 19.0 rebounds per game and are both in the league’s top 25 individual rebounders. Jordan is second in rebound percentage (21.2), behind only overall rebound leader Andre Drummond.

Joe Harris is 10th in 3-point field goal percentage (49.1).

Spencer Dinwiddie is sixth in bench points per game (17.1) and 10th in bench assists per game (4.7).

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