That said, Walker has struggled all season long to run the pick-and-roll. First, Walker is too loose with the ball. He turns it over on 11.9 percent of his pick-and-roll possessions. More troubling is Walker’s tendency to settle for jump shots. When he uses ball screens, Walker takes jumpers 78 percent of the time.
With their 15th consecutive loss on Monday night, the Charlotte Bobcats continue to march towards one of the worst seasons in NBA history. Through 28 games, the team sits at 3-25, on pace for the worst single-season win percentage in NBA history.
Mounting losses mean the Charlotte Bobcats don’t get a lot of mainstream attention, but Bismack Biyombo has been dynamic in his limited minutes. At this point in his career, most of statistics won’t reflect his positive contributions, but he has been a playmaker on defense. Let’s take a look at the impact he has made on the defensive end this season.