Authentic Mens Keith Magnuson Jersey That’s all of Waiters’ best qualities wrapped up in one possession. He comes off the pick-and-roll looking to score and kicks it out to Dragic when the defense collapses. He then makes himself available to Dragic by relocating to the corner, only to set Babbitt up with an open 3-pointer when the help defender switches onto him. He strikes the perfect balance between being aggressive within the flow of the offense while using his gravity to create a high quality look for the Heat.

Speaking of the pick-and-roll, it’s where Waiters has scored the majority of his points in a Heat uniform. It makes up for 27.9 percent of his offense in total, and he ranks in the 33.0 percentile with 0.72 points per possession. However, some of those numbers are skewed by the Heat’s slow start to the season. As FanRag’s Zach Harper pointed out, Waiters averaged 0.56 points per possession as a pick-and-roll scorer in the first half of the season. In the second half, that number has increased to 0.80 points per possession. The same goes for his improvements as a passer in the pick-and-roll: 0.80 points per possession in the first half compared to 0.98 points per possession in the second half.
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For one thing, Hall of Fame players collectively hit .337 in 1930. Voters aren’t always great at factoring for the differences between eras, even if the entire majors hit .296 in 1930. Decades on, when Frisch and other committee members were getting to work and Hall of Famers were hitting around .280 collectively, it might have just seemed like there were more great hitters in 1930, like the sport had had some kind of offensive golden age that deserved special recognition.