by Lang Whitaker

Yesterday I compiled the night one turnover and three-point percentage totals, just because I was curious if the new ball was making any noticeable difference. A few of you guys noted that while the sample size was low, the numbers did seem a little bit high.

So out of curiosity, I did it again for tonight’s games…again, I’ll report, you decide…for now…
Boston: 37 turnovers, .455 on threes (game went to OT)

Toronto: 28 turnovers, .250 on threes (game went to OT)

New Jersey: 19 turnovers, .118 on threes

Indiana: 18 turnovers, .125 on threes

Atlanta: 24 turnovers, .471 on threes

Memphis: 19 turnovers, .154 on threes

Milwaukee: 19 turnovers, .375 on threes

Minnesota: 27 turnovers, .438 on threes

Washington: 20 turnovers, .400 on threes

Chicago: 14 turnovers, .400 on threes

Seattle: 13 turnovers, .357 on threes

Portland: 18 turnovers, .444 on threes