Doing the Splits: Andre Hollins

January 24, 2013

In early December we wrote Andre Hollins: A Tale of Two Games? which looked at Dre’s stats for all games excluding Memphis and South Dakota State games. Today, we’ll do the same.

As discussed in the earlier article, Joe Jackson of Memphis played just seven minutes against the Gophers and was on the floor at the same time as Andre for less than five (4:38). Also, SDSU star Nate Wolters did not play at all due to injury. In his place the Jackrabbits started a true freshman who turned the ball over seven times.

Dre has had several high-scoring games other than the two that are excluded below. However, the splits of (1) the Memphis & SDSU games compared to (2) all other games are interesting.

  PPG eFG% 2FG% 3FG% FT%
MEM & SDSU 31.5 102.0% 69.2% 91.7% 92.3%
All Other 11.8 47.2% 43.2% 34.2% 74.2%
TOTAL 13.8 54.6% 46.8% 41.8% 77.2%

Now, let’s look at this season’s “All Other” performance compared to Dre’s freshman year:

  Pts/40 eFG% 2FG% 3FG% FT%
Soph, All Other 16.9 47.2% 43.2% 34.2% 74.2%
Freshman 16.5 48.2% 40.5% 37.9% 90.4%

Even after 19 games, it’s apparent what a big factor the Memphis and South Dakota State games have on Dre’s 2012-13 statistics.

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