NBA Stat Central: The Best and Worst Lineups Out There

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Feb 19, 2014; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger (33), guard George Hill (3), center Roy Hibbert (55) and forward Paul George (24) react on the bench during the fourth quarter against the Minnesota Timberwolves at Target Center. The Timberwolves defeated the Pacers 104-91. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

Welcome to NBA Stat Central, where we take a deeper look into the world of NBA stats. In today’s edition, we’re going to take a look at the best and worst lineups out there, based on a number of different specific stats. All stats were taken from NBA.com’s stats pages.

Who are the best and worst lineups in the league? We’ll take a look at defensive metrics, field goal shooting, which lineup shares the ball the best and who can’t seem to hold onto the ball.

The names might surprise you. We have attached some filters to the results, so as to achieve some level of legitimacy. Each lineup must have played at least 10 games together and must also average at least 10 minutes per game on the court.

With that, let’s get to our first category.

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