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The Fordham Game: Efficiency  Numbers

Ray Floriani

NEW YORK CITY- Using the NBA model of efficiency, we take a look at the St. John’s individual efficiency against Fordham. Included are all the Red Storm players logging ten or more minutes. Given the one sided 104-58 St. John’s victory, quite a few got on the Garden floor to get those double digit minutes of action.

Points

Efficiency

Pointer

12

35

Sanchez

19

29

Sampson

12

16

Harrison

13

13

Jordan

9

13

Bourgault

9

12

Branch

6

12

Greene

11

10

Obekpa

2

10

Achiuwa

8

8

Hooper

2

0

Not A surprise that leading scorer Orlando Sanchez finished high in efficiency. Sir Dominic Pointer led all with 35. Pointer scored 12 points but did add 9 boards, 11 assists, 4 steals and 3 blocks. A complete stat stuffing performance for the 6-5 junior.

Fordham’s outstanding freshman and team leading scorer Jon Severe, scored nine points on (no misprint) 1 of 21 shooting from the field. Severe’s efficiency was a minus one.

* Player efficiency adds points, rebounds, assists, blocks and steals while subtracting missed field goal and free throw attempts plus turnovers.

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