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Chris Paul, Josh Smith, Blake Griffin as playmakers

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Seth Partnow looks at the art of playmaking from a statistical POV

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Just a link to a very worthwhile article in Washington Post by Seth Partnow. the numbers and Partnow's conclusions are a bit confusing but I'm a mathematical moron. But Blake Griffin, Chris Paul, and Josh Smith came out looking pretty good.

Well... CP3 came out looking amazing, but that's no surprise. Blake is remarkably efficient on the other side of the playmaking coin... he rarely screws up when he's at the receiving end of a dime. Josh Smith turns the ball over too much but his pure playmaking ability is rather surprising.