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Name           %MIN   ORtg  %Poss  %Shots  Efg%  TS%  OR%  DR%  ARate  TORate  BLK%  Stl%  FC/40  FD/40  FTRate  FT%   2p%   3p%
Josh Perkins   81.1   119.0 20.1   19.4    55.6  58.0 1.9  8.7  25.9   18.1    0.3   2.1   3.1    3.0    22.8    75.3  50.7  39.3
NWG (2017)     79.5   119.3 25.2   25.0    53.3  59.4 2.2 15.7  25.8   14.8    0.2   2.9   1.9    4.8    40.0    86.7  52.7  36.8
K. Pangos (15) 84.8   130.0 17.6   17.5    58.4  62.5 1.7  7.3  23.2   14.2    0.2   2.3   2.4    3.4    36.1    82.4  47.3  43.3
Stockton (14)  70.0   104.2 18.7   15.9    46.9  52.4 1.2  8.1  26.9   22.8    0.6   3.4   3.2    3.5    42.7    75.6  52.8  23.2
K. Pangos (13) 80.6   121.5 18.2   20.3    54.9  58.2 1.6  7.7  18.1   15.2    0.0   2.8   2.5    3.0    26.2    80.7  43.8  41.7
G. Crandall    82.5   105.1 26.5   23.6    56.4  60.4 3.6 12.6  21.7   21.0    0.3   3.5   3.8    5.5    48.5    73.5  53.5  41.4
STATS from Ken Pom from our recent PGs.

You can look up most of the definitions there. I'd say Perkins had a very good season. He still didn't equal NWG or Pangos' senior season, but it is head and shoulders above Stockton, young Pangos and young Perkins.
thanks, tells a story

at least for me, the Karno effect gets factored in somehow to the story as well with Pangos and NWG, his unique impact to everything in his time at GU. sweet video of it here from 2017 Tournament compilation. Enjoy