[翻译作品]帕金斯完美适合雷霆

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[翻译团]帕金斯完美适合雷霆

有了帕金斯, 雷霆就有更多真正的大个子来保护后卫们了。 (Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE via Getty 供图)

本赛季的大部分时间里,俄克拉荷马城看起来就像一个纸老虎——有着一个华丽、进取并且看起来比实际上更好的球队。雷霆的场均净胜分标志着它是一支出色的球队,而且还有一些以小分侥幸赢得的比赛数量和大量的罚球为它做支撑——客气的说,这种球队会在季后赛第二轮出局(甚至有可能是第一轮)但是能够在未来的夺冠之路上继续获得有天赋的球员。
  
  
  
  现在如何呢?雷霆队在过去的22场比赛中取得了18胜4负的骄人战绩,这使人们有点飘飘然了;雷霆不仅完胜丹佛拿下背靠背的胜利,并在周日的比赛中客场赢下湖人。雷霆的平均得分是建立在帕金斯领先联盟的首发效率+8.5的基础上的。雷霆在这名交易来的中锋恢复健康后在攻防端都做得更好。
  
  
  
  雷霆最大的进步表现在防守端。Hoopdata的数据表明,帕金斯在场的15场比赛中,雷霆只让对手在每100回合中拿下101分。这比帕金斯不在场的100回合丢104分更少。这个数据如果维持一个赛季,能够排在联盟前五、六名。更值得注意的是:在过去四分之一个赛季中只有八支球队有着更出色的数据。
  
  
  
  更令人吃惊的是:帕金斯伤愈后,雷霆甚至在进攻端的表现也略有提高。尽管好像和帕金斯的关系不大。雷霆在过去的15场比赛中每100回合能砍下110分,而之前每100回合是得分大概是108分。实际上,帕金斯在场时雷霆的得分效率更低,因此场均得分的提高可能是因为人员上场时间的改变,像依巴卡、哈登等人更出色的表现,或者帕金斯的交易在人员名单的间接影响——或者是它们的综合影响。
  
  
  
  总之毫无争论的一个方面是帕金斯的交易使雷霆更加强大了!伊巴卡现在能花更多时间防守对方的大前锋而且还能做一个更好的协防者。很多人,包括Sebastian Pruiti,已经证明了以上几点是如何在防守端帮助雷霆的了。雷霆达到了一个新的高度:他们突然像一支抢进攻篮板的强队了。Hoopdata的数据表明,只要帕金斯健康,雷霆队就能抓下百分之三十可取得的前场篮板。这项数据也在联盟内名列前茅——这对之前在前场篮板表现一般的雷霆来说是一个巨大的改变。
  
  
  
  奇怪的是,帕金斯的出场没能使雷霆队的后场篮板数取得多少变化。这意味着进攻篮板的暴增也许跟赛程有关,毕竟雷霆过去的15场比赛的对手包括了12支联盟防守篮板最差的1球队中的11支。(这11支球队里包括了湖人,因拜纳姆的回归防守篮板率从29提升至22)
  
  
  
  再次强调下:相对来讲,轻松的赛程可能比其他的都更重要。虽然很赛程帮了大忙,但这支雷霆队毫无疑问看起来的更好了。哈登的表现使人倍感兴奋,他不仅能更好的利用在得分后卫上的时间——并且能够偶尔承担控球任务。而且缺少了杰夫·格林这个前场球员并没有影响雷霆的中投。哈登能够补上,教练布鲁克斯对使用三个板凳上的后卫——哈登,梅诺和库克表示很舒服。
  
  
  
  这只是立马获得成效的交易之一罢了。但这可能不仅在于帕金斯和他的强硬,这可能更在于缺少格林但是雷霆有了更多真正的大个子球员来保护后卫们。这并不是说帕金斯就已经大获成功,他的失误率比以往更高(并且一直都太高),他的效率值也跌回到06-07赛季的水平。一大堆的雷霆粉丝不愿承认这一点,但也许是格林就是没法适应雷霆的体系。球队一向在雷霆下场的时候打得更好。起初,你可以认为雷霆队不够强。他们的首发就是没办法和其他球队的顶级整容抗衡。但是之后雷霆变得强大起来并且杜兰特的效率值提高到了我们期望的水平……但是数据仍然表明格林在场时雷霆表现更糟糕。
  
  
  
  这并不是在黑格林——换句话说,这并不完全是。球员们作为拼图,需要融入篮球体系中。而现在,早期的信息表明现在的雷霆队也许融合得更好。
  
  
  

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楼主萧雨寒箭 时间:2011-04-14 22:54:30 上海
  英文也发发,有兴趣的看看吧
  
  For most of the season, Oklahoma City looked like something of a paper tiger — a nice, up-and-coming team with a record that made it look better than it really was. Its average scoring margin marked it as a decent team propped up by some fluky close wins and piles of free throws — the kind of team that would bow out politely in the second round (maybe even the first) and continue acquiring talent for a future championship run.
  
  Now? The Thunder are 18-4 in their last 22 games, and they are blowing people away; they completely outclassed Denver in back-to-back wins, and they outscored the Lakers at Staples Center on Sunday. Their average scoring margin with Kendrick Perkins in the lineup is +8.5, which would lead the league, and they have been playing better on both ends since the recently acquired center got healthy.
  
  Their biggest improvement has come on defense. The Thunder have allowed a shade more than 101 points per 100 possessions in 15 games with Perkins, per Hoopdata. That is down from a pre-Perkins average of more than 104 points allowed per 100 possessions. That new number would rank the Thunder around fifth or sixth overall for the full season. The one major caveat here: Only eight teams have had an easier schedule over the last quarter of the season.
  
  Still, this is a bit scary: The Thunder have also played a little better on offense since Perkins got healthy, though he does not appear to have much to do with that. The Thunder are averaging about 110 points per 100 possessions in their last 15 games compared to about 108 points per 100 possessions before that. Oklahoma City is actually scoring much less efficiently when Perkins is on the court, so the increased scoring is either a function of the schedule, the internal development of guys like Serge Ibaka and James Harden or the trickle-down effect of the Perkins trade on the roster — or some combination of all of those things.
  
  One thing the trade has indisputably done is make Oklahoma City bigger. Ibaka can now spend more time defending power forwards and working as a help defender. Lots of folks, including Sebastian Pruiti, have demonstrated how that has helped the Thunder defense. One other way their new height is benefiting the Thunder: They are suddenly acting like an elite offensive rebounding team. With Perkins healthy, the Thunder have grabbed about 30 percent of available offensive rebounds, according to Hoopdata. That number would lead the league — a big change for a team that has been a middle-of-the-road offensive rebounding club this season.
  
  Oddly enough, the presence of Perkins has made almost no difference in Oklahoma City’s defensive rebounding numbers. That could mean the offensive rebounding boost is a schedule-related sample size issue, since the Thunder’s last 15 games have included 11 against the league’s dozen worst defensive rebounding teams. (Note: That 11 includes the Lakers, who rank 22nd in defensive rebounding rate but have risen all the way from 29th since Andrew Bynum’s return.)
  
  Again: This could be more the result of a relatively easy schedule than anything else. But the Thunder undoubtedly look better. Harden’s play has been particularly encouraging, because the Thunder will be better off now that he can handle the lion’s share of minutes at shooting guard — and take over ball-handling responsibilities now and then. And cutting out Jeff Green in favor of a bigger front line hasn’t hurt Oklahoma City’s perimeter shooting. Harden is coming along there, too, and Scott Brooks appears comfortable using a three-guard bench combination of Harden, Eric Maynor and Daequan Cook to stretch the floor.
  
  This might be one of those trades that just works out immediately. It might not even be as much about Perkins and his toughness; it might be more about the absence of Green and the fact that the Thunder now have more true big players to use alongside their wing guys and guards. It’s not as if Perkins is playing like gangbusters; his turnover rate is higher than ever (and it has always been way, way too high), and his Player Efficiency Rating is back down at 2006-07 levels. A lot of Thunder fans didn’t want to admit it, but perhaps Green just never fit. The team consistently played much better when he was on the bench. At first, you could chalk that up to the fact that the Thunder weren’t very good, and their starting lineup just couldn’t compete with other top lineups. But then the Thunder got better and Kevin Durant’s plus/minus numbers improved to where we’d expect them … and the numbers still showed the Thunder collapsing with Green on the floor.
  
  That’s not a knock on Green — not completely, anyway. The pieces have to fit in basketball, and the early indications are that they might fit better now in Oklahoma City.
楼主萧雨寒箭 时间:2011-04-14 22:54:50 上海
  翻译完工时间:2011.4.13
  翻译作品链接: http://bbs.hoopchina.com/2138908.html
  关键词:雷霆 帕金斯
  招工连接: http://bbs.hoopchina.com/2134248.html
  原文标题: Perkins looks like perfect fit for Thunder
  原文连接: http://nba-point-forward.si.com/2011/04/11/perkins-looks-like-perfect-fit-for-thunder/
  原文作者:SI
  译者:萧雨寒箭
  备注 :无
  
作者:心翼16 时间:2011-04-15 03:22:59 山东
  ......
楼主萧雨寒箭 时间:2011-04-15 10:02:55 上海
  希望帕金斯能在雷霆季后赛中作出给力表现
作者:过去八年的痛 时间:2011-04-15 10:28:53 四川
  支持翻译作品
  公园太少了
作者:和泥巴的未来 时间:2011-04-15 11:48:49 四川
  给力呀 季后赛
楼主萧雨寒箭 时间:2011-04-16 18:52:08 上海
  沉的真快
作者:泽尼 时间:2011-04-16 20:15:21 甘肃
  顶
  联盟就缺帕金斯式的内线
作者:zl327ty 时间:2011-04-16 20:17:28 广东
  !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
作者:yart132601 时间:2011-04-16 20:30:04 浙江
  支持下
作者:moonairen 时间:2011-04-16 21:06:34 山东
  他痛恨所有与他穿不同球衣的人......帕金斯
作者:门徒爱主 时间:2011-04-22 15:14:25 云南
  帕金斯的到来绝对是一种提升 也是绿军的损失
作者:活着的精神流浪者 时间:2013-05-20 10:57:31 云南
  时间是最好的证人
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