Its not just this season though. Last year, Fowler was significantly ahead of Wideman on the in/out team Offensive PPP, despite Wideman being one of the single most efficient sources of points per possession. I'm just curious, as to what's happening with the offense that you can remove a player who scores almost every time he shoot, and improve the teams output. Wideman trailed only Martin in Win Score, nearly doubling Nate Fowler (6.06 to 3.59) in similar minutes (20.47 to 17.37), which is a pretty good indicator of offensive value. In fact, on a per minute basis, he was by far the best on the team. Win Score = Points + Steal + Offensive Rebounds + 0.5*(Defensive Rebounds +Assists + Blocks) – Turnovers – Field Goal Attempts – 0.5*(Free Throw Attemps + Personal Fouls) So again, I would love a good explanation as to how you remove Wideman and improve offensive output. Not saying it isnt happening, but I find it fascinating.