- Current three-point shooting champion Kyrie Irving is making only 29.7 percent of his catch-and-shoot attempts from beyond the arc.

- Wolves forward Corey Brewer has taken 31 pull-up shots and missed all of themJR Smith clearly beats him in this department with 15.7 percent of makes.

- Milwaukee's OJ Mayo is hitting only 40.8 percent of his shots so far this season, but he's making 60 percent of his pull-up three-point attempts.

- Warriors swingman Klay Thompson and Pelicans forward Ryan Anderson lead the league in points scored off catch-and-shoots with 10.1 and 10 per game, respectively.

- Magic guard Arron Afflalo is the only Top 10 scorer that's also a Top 10 catch-and-shoot scorer.

- It's all wing players at the Top 6 in terms of distance traveled (Chandler Parsons, Gordon Hayward, Nicolas Batum, Klay Thompson, Evan Turner and Monta Ellis). Only one big man in the Top 11: Portland's LaMarcus Aldridge.

- The Grizzlies really run the offense through their big men. Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph combine for 14.7 close touches (those that originate within 12 feet of the basket) per game, more than any other couple of bigs in the NBA. Nikola Pekovic and Kevin Love come second with 13.6 combined.

- Just one big man among the Top 16 in touches per game: Kevin Love. The other 15 players are point guards.

- On average, James Harden has the ball in his hands more time (4.5 minutes per game) than LeBron James (3.9). Of the Top 45 players in this category, they are the lone two not playing point guard.

- Thunder center Kendrick Perkins is putting up his worst scoring and rebounding numbers since 2005, but keeps making a defensive impact. Opponents are shooting a mere 30.8 percent at the rim when he's around. That's better than Roy Hibbert (36.4 percent), Joakim Noah (42.0 percent) or teammate Serge Ibaka (47.4 percent).

- Michael Beasley ends up with the ball three times for every four rebounding chances (76.1 percent of the times, actually) - which beats LeBron James' mark (72.1 percent). You didn't see that coming.