Inside the Box Score: September 20

New York 86, Washington 68
Team Comparison:
Total Possessions: New York 73, Washington 73
Rebound Percentage: New York .575, Washington .425
Points Off Turnovers: New York 16, Washington 4
Points in the Paint: New York 36, Washington 10
2nd-Chance Points: New York 15, Washington 8
Fast Break Points: New York 4, Washington 2
Four Factors:
Offensive Efficiency: New York 117.8, Washington 93.2
Effective FG%: New York .500, Washington .491
Turnover Pct: New York .110, Washington .192
Offensive Reb%: New York .357, Washington .207
Free Throw Rate: New York .178, Washington .211
Individual Plus/Minus:
New York: Cash +5 (39-34), Charles +27 (68-41), Swords +4 (42-38), Prince +12 (57-45), Wright +19 (53-34), Carson +14 (49-35), Wiggins +7 (28-21), Stokes +11 (48-37), Wheeler -8 (4-12), Rodgers +1 (32-31), Warley-Talbert -2 (10-12)
Washington: Ruffin-Pratt -2 (39-41), Meesseman -11 (44-55), Dolson -7 (38-45), Cloud -16 (21-37), Latta -16 (50-66), Hill -2 (50-52), Herrington -2 (15-17), Vaughn -7 (24-31), Sanders -15 (18-33), Lawson -18 (17-35), Hartley +2 (12-10), Malott +4 (12-8)

Los Angeles 81, Minnesota 71
Team Comparison:
Total Possessions: Minnesota 76, Los Angeles 75
Rebound Percentage: Minnesota .468, Los Angeles .532
Points Off Turnovers: Minnesota 13, Los Angeles 25
Points in the Paint: Minnesota 26, Los Angeles 32
2nd-Chance Points: Minnesota 9, Los Angeles 10
Fast Break Points: Minnesota 7, Los Angeles 7
Four Factors:
Offensive Efficiency: Minnesota 93.4, Los Angeles 108.0
Effective FG%: Minnesota .475, Los Angeles .515
Turnover Pct: Minnesota .211, Los Angeles .160
Offensive Reb%: Minnesota .242, Los Angeles .306
Free Throw Rate: Minnesota .254, Los Angeles .179
Individual Plus/Minus:
Minnesota: Moore -6 (65-71), Brunson +14 (54-40), Fowles -18 (50-68), Augustus -3 (64-67), Whalen -9 (48-57), Cruz -3 (23-26), Montgomery -6 (12-18), Jones -9 (7-16), Peters -10 (32-42)
Los Angeles: Ogwumike +2 (46-44), Parker +9 (76-67), Lavender -3 (60-63), Beard +9 (77-68), Toliver +9 (71-62), Johnson -5 (14-19), Dabovic +29 (61-32)

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