Inside the Box Score: August 17

Minnesota 98, Washington 69
Team Comparison:
Total Possessions: Washington 82, Minnesota 81
Rebound Percentage: Washington .490, Minnesota .509
Points Off Turnovers: Washington 11, Minnesota 32
Points in the Paint: Washington 34, Minnesota 54
2nd-Chance Points: Washington 22, Minnesota 21
Fast Break Points: Washington 13, Minnesota 19
Four Factors:
Offensive Efficiency: Washington 84.1, Minnesota 121.0
Effective FG%: Washington .396, Minnesota .546
Turnover Pct: Washington .232, Minnesota .185
Offensive Reb%: Washington .395, Minnesota .414
Free Throw Rate: Washington .239, Minnesota .197
Individual Plus/Minus:
Washington: Currie -14 (42-56), Langhorne -22 (48-70), Snow -10 (45-55), Ajavon -22 (23-45), Thomas -22 (30-52), Bobbitt -11 (21-32), Quinn -9 (31-40), Lacy -2 (24-26), Wisdom-Hylton -21 (25-46), Robinson -5 (20-25), Novosel -7 (36-43)
Minnesota: Moore +19 (66-47), Brunson +14 (54-40), McWilliams-Franklin +28 (60-32), Augustus +22 (62-40), Whalen +18 (59-41), Wiggins +15 (47-32), Harris +6 (27-21), Wright +13 (45-32), Peters +4 (23-19), Adair +6 (26-20), Thorn 0 (21-21)

San Antonio 89, Tulsa 79
Team Comparison:
Total Possessions: San Antonio 81, Tulsa 80
Rebound Percentage: San Antonio .554, Tulsa .446
Points Off Turnovers: San Antonio 20, Tulsa 23
Points in the Paint: San Antonio 34, Tulsa 30
2nd-Chance Points: San Antonio 10, Tulsa 4
Fast Break Points: San Antonio 17, Tulsa 22
Four Factors:
Offensive Efficiency: San Antonio 109.9, Tulsa 98.8
Effective FG%: San Antonio .585, Tulsa .509
Turnover Pct: San Antonio .198, Tulsa .188
Offensive Reb%: San Antonio .296, Tulsa .188
Free Throw Rate: San Antonio .200, Tulsa .345
Individual Plus/Minus:
San Antonio: Christon -2 (27-29), Young +14 (73-59), Appel -5 (32-37), Hammon +7 (70-63), Robinson +17 (69-52), Perkins +5 (51-46), Adams +13 (55-42), Johnson +8 (46-38), Bevilaqua -5 (4-9), Smith -4 (16-20), Morrison +2 (2-0)
Tulsa: Holt -4 (18-22), Pedersen +9 (63-54), G.Johnson +1 (50-49), Hodges -5 (51-56), T.Johnson -3 (57-60), Lacy -12 (30-42), Black -12 (6-18), Latta -8 (46-54), Williams -4 (53-57), Dorrell -6 (12-18), Paris -6 (9-15)

Atlanta 82, Chicago 76
Team Comparison:
Total Possessions: Atlanta 78, Chicago 77
Rebound Percentage: Atlanta .475, Chicago .524
Points Off Turnovers: Atlanta 23, Chicago 17
Points in the Paint: Atlanta 52, Chicago 30
2nd-Chance Points: Atlanta 15, Chicago 10
Fast Break Points: Atlanta 15, Chicago 4
Four Factors:
Offensive Efficiency: Atlanta 105.1, Chicago 98.7
Effective FG%: Atlanta .500, Chicago .533
Turnover Pct: Atlanta .205, Chicago .273
Offensive Reb%: Atlanta .308, Chicago .357
Free Throw Rate: Atlanta .155, Chicago .200
Individual Plus/Minus:
Atlanta: McCoughtry +18 (75-57), Lyttle +13 (73-60), de Souza -4 (65-69), Price -4 (58-62), Harding +6 (69-63), Hayes -2 (31-33), Henry +6 (22-16), Swanier 0 (13-13), Kraayeveld -3 (4-7)
Chicago: Young -3 (48-51), Cash -4 (38-42), Fowles 0 (53-53), Prince +3 (55-52), Vandersloot -8 (45-53), Swords 0 (16-16), Penicheiro +2 (31-29), Murphy -3 (21-24), Willingham -8 (49-57), Petrovic -3 (17-20), Riley -6 (7-13)

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