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- Nobody scores more on pull-up shots than Stephen Curry. He's at 12.6 ppg right now - 62 percent of his total scoring.

- Rudy Gay, who's having an awful shooting year, has better percentages in pull-up shots than the eight players ahead of him in the list of top pull-up shooting scorers (Stephen Curry, Russell Westbrook, Kyrie Irving, Brandon Jennings, Chris Paul, Carmelo Anthony, Gary Neal and Damian Lillard). Catch-and-shoot (31.8 percent of makes) and drives (horrific 18.9 percent) are his problems.

- Andre Iguodala, who's always been more of a slasher than a shooter, is making a crazy 69.2 percent of his catch-and-shoot attempts.

- Kevin Love is no black hole. He gets the ball a lot, but passes it a lot too: The 13 most prolific passers in the NBA are all point guards except for the Wolves All-Star forward.

USA TODAY Sports Images- The shot-blocking prowess of DeAndre Jordan and Marcin Gortat is not scaring opponents much. Teams shoot better than 60 percent at the rim when they are around. That puts them near the Al Jefferson Zone (65.4 percent of shots made when he's there).

- When Dwight Howard is around, players often don't bother fighting for the ball. Only 28.9 of Howard's rebounds are contested. That's the smallest percentage among the Top 32 rebounders in the league.

- Atlanta's Kyle Korver has obviously taken care of his body. Of the Top 36 players in terms of distance traveled in the NBA this season, he's the only one in his thirties.

- Point forwards? Among the 50 players that have the ball in their hands the most, LeBron James, Paul George, Gordon Hayward and Carmelo Anthony are the only ones not playing guard.

- Opponents shoot 47.4 percent at the rim when Dwight Howard is around. Trade candidate Omer Asik clearly beats him here: 36.8 percent.

- Evan Turner is connecting 65.7 percent of his shots when he drives to the basket – which puts him ahead of LeBron James (64.7 percent). You didn't see that coming.