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Iowa State MBB Analytics Report - Week Seven (12/23/19)

Read about notable analytical stats from the previous week for Iowa State as a team, as well as individual players.

photo via: ESPN.com

You can read last weeks analytics report here.

Last Week’s Notable Iowa State Game News:

Dec. 22nd: Iowa State (6-4): 89 vs. Purdue Fort Wayne (7-7): 59

Iowa State welcomed in the Mastodons from Purdue Fort Wayne, Sunday afternoon. Tyrese Haliburton’s scoring outbursts continued–as he finished with team hight 22 points, on a wildly efficient 8-12 from the field and 6-10 from behind the arc. The talented guard also dished out six assists, pulled in four rebounds, and he finished with three steals. Solomon Young added 15 points in only 20 minutes, on an also efficient 7-8 from the field. As a team offensively Iowa State was able to put together their first efficient three-point shooting performance of the season, finishing 14-30 for the game. George Conditt IV continued to patrol the paint, as he finished with four blocks, while Iowa State had arguably their most complete game of the season.

Notable Iowa State Team Stats:

Currently 41st ranked team in the country on KenPom *(compared to 47th last week)

22nd in adjusted offensive efficiency (109.8) *(compared to 31st last week)

76th in adjusted defensive efficiency (94.6) *(compared 74th last week)

Notable Iowa State Individual Stats:

George Conditt IV is 77th in the country *(3rd in the Big 12) in Offensive Rating (124.1) *92nd last week

George Conditt IV is 49th in the country *(4th in the Big 12) in Offensive Rebounding Percentage (13.6) *39th last week

George Conditt IV is 4th in the country *(1st in the Big 12) in BLK% (17.04) *6th last week

George Conditt IV is 9th in the country *(2nd in the Big 12) in 2P FG% (74.6) *15th last week

Tyrese Haliburton is 36th in the country *(1st in the Big 12) in Offensive Rating (127.9) *unranked last week

Tyrese Haliburton is 57th in the country *(5th in the Big 12) in effective field goal percentage (64.4) *unranked last week

Tyrese Haliburton is 19th in the country *(2nd in the Big 12) in Assist Rate (38.3) *16th last week

Tyrese Haliburton is 82nd in the country *(5th in the Big 12) in Steal Percentage (3.83) *unranked last week

Tyrese Haliburton is 74th in the country *(3rd in the Big 12) in True Shooting Percentage (65.3) *unranked last week

Tyrese Haliburton is 5th in the country in Offensive Box Plus Minus (9.6) *unranked last week

Tyrese Haliburton is 5th in the country in APG (7.9) *4th last week

George Conditt IV has unsurprisingly continued to be incredibly efficient in every aspect of his play. But the bigger story–is Tyrese Haliburton. The Sophomore guard used the momentum of his most efficient game of the season, into boosting his name near the top of every major efficiency stat there is. After being unranked in all four categories, Haliburton jumped into the top 100 of offensive rating, effective field goal percentage, steal percentage, and true shooting percentage–while he also improved in offensive box plus minus, and assist rate. If player of the year awards were based on efficiency stats, Tyrese certainly has put his name in the ring as one of the best players in the country.

Player by Player Efficiency:

Tyrese Haliburton (29 MPG)—> 20.8 USG%/29.1 PER WS: 2.6 (D+/-): [2.9]

*last week: (40 MPG) (20.5/27.8) WS: 2.2 (D+/-): [2.8]

Solomon Young (20 MPG)—> 24.2 USG%/21.2 PER WS: 1.4 (D+/-): [0.4]

*(20 MPG) (24.2/18.8) WS: 0.7 (D+/-): [1.1]

Rasir Bolton (26 MPG)—> 23.5 USG%/15.5 PER WS: 1.0 (D+/-): [-0.4]

*(31 MPG) (23.9/17.2) WS: 1.1 (D+/-): [-0.4]

Michael Jacobson (22 MPG)—> 18.0 USG%/PER 16.4 WS: 1.0 (D+/-): [0.8]

*(28 MPG (18.1/15.7) WS: 0.9 (D+/-): [0.2]

Prentiss Nixon (27 MPG)—> 19.7 USG%/11.1 PER WS: 0.7 (D+/-): [0.9]

*(28 MPG) (19.7/11.1) WS: 0.6 (D+/-): [0.9]

George Conditt IV (22 MPG)—> 20.7 USG%/32.2 PER WS: 1.3 (D+/-): [8.1]

*(20 MPG) (21.8/34.0) WS: 1.2 (D+/-): [7.8]

Zion Griffin (11 MPG)—> 21.4 USG%/15.8 PER WS: 0.3 (D+/-): [0.7]

*(8 MPG) (20.2/12.0) WS: 0.2 (D+/-): [-0.3]

Caleb Grill (10 MPG)—> 11.7 USG%/8.8 PER WS: 0.3 (D+/-): [2.4]

*(11 MPG) (9.9/13.9) WS: 0.3 (D+/-): [2.3]

Tre Jackson (15 MPG)—> 14.7 USG%/7.1 PER WS: 0.2 (D+/-): [1.3]

*(4 MPG) (14.4/6.6) WS: 0.2 (D+/-): [1.2]

Terrence Lewis (15 MPG)—> 22.9 USG%/33.9 PER WS: 0.3 (D+/-): [-2.2]

*(10 MPG) (20.5/25.1) WS: 0.1 (D+/-): [-1.9]

Due to having only one game this week, there were not many major changes, but Tyrese Haliburton was one of the few to to take a big jump after his monster game on Sunday. Solomon Young also improved in most of his efficiency numbers. Junior, forward, Terrence Lewis has been seeing more minutes as of late and he has been taking full advantage. Even though it is a small sample size having a 33.9 PER is 25 minutes of play cannot be something for Steve Prohm to look past.

Hopefully the great performance can lead to some solid practice through the holiday for the Cyclones as Big 12 play approaches.

Previewing Week 8 for Iowa State:

*Iowa State is off this week*