Right now, we're averaging 22.2 APG. Which is good enough for 10th in the league.
What is perhaps most interesting about this, is that we are doing it without a player that is even averaging 5APG individually. DC leads the team at just over 4/game. Lakers are the only other team in front of us that can say this.
The teams in front of us right now are...
Utah (D. Williams)
Houston (Solid team concept, Lowry leads at 6.8 APG)
San Antonio (Again solid as a team)
Atlanta (Again solid as a team)
Lakers (Definitely a team)
Philadelphia (Jrue Holiday leads at 7 APG)
So I guess my question is, we talk a lot about this not being a PG dominant offense, but IMO that might not be a bad thing. Four of the teams in front of us do have a ball dominant PG, but the rest are built on a team passing game.
I guess my question is, how much more efficient can our offense get? And would you like to stick with this gameplan or go to a more PG oriented offense? Consider the second question as a question that is independent of our head coach.