82games.com has their stats for the season up, so let's look at the Nets more closely.
The top three 5 man units that Avery has used the most in terms of minutes have all had a negative +/-.
The most used unit: Harris-Morrow-Outlaw-Murphy-Lopez, together on the floor for 54.3 minutes resulted in the 2nd lowest +/- of -21, and has been part of 1 win and 3 losses.
The 2nd most used unit: Harris-Morrow-Outlaw-Humphries-Lopez, together on the floor for 29.7 minutes resulted in the lowest +/- of -22, and has been part of 4 losses.
The 3rd most used unit: Harris-Morrow-Outlaw-Smith-Lopez, together on the floor for 20.5 minutes resulted in a +/- of -3, and has been part of 1 win and 2 losses.
Our best unit in terms of +/- is the lineup of Harris-Farmar-Morrow-Humphries-Lopez, which resulted in a +/- of +15, but unfortunately, they have been utilized for only 8.3 minutes so far.
Our 2nd best unit is the lineup of Harris-Morrow-Williams-Humphries-Lopez, which resulted in a +/- of +12. This lineup is the sixth most used lineup at 12.5 minutes
Our 3rd best unit is the lineup of Harris-Farmar-Morrow-Murphy-Lopez, which resulted in a +/- of +8. Unfortunately, this lineup has been the least used lineup, at only 5.2.
Something to ponder: Two of our top 3 lineups involve Harris and Farmar in a 2 point guard backcourt.
In terms of PER, our most productive position has been the point guard spot, with that position putting up an overall PER of 17. Surprisingly, the second highest is the power forward position, with 16.1. The Center position follows with 13.4, then the shooting guards with 13.2 and lastly the small forwards with 10.3.
In respect to our opponents, opposing centers have been the most productive against us, putting up a PER of 20.6. The PF position follows with 16.8, then the point guards with 15.5, then the shooting guards with 15.3, and lastly the small forwards with 14.4.
Put those two together and you have our NET per. The point guard position is the sole position with a positive net PER with 1.5. It is followed by the PF position with a -0.7, the shooting guards with a -2.1, the small forwards with a -4.1, and lastly the centers with a -7.1.
Now let's look at the won and lost profiles.
Notes: these stats are designed to show how a team has played against opponents with certain characteristics. Each opponent is ranked in the above 11 categories and graded as either 'Good' (rank 1-10), 'Average' (rank 11-20), or 'Poor' (rank 21+). We compile the wins, losses and net points for each of the stats and opponent levels.
So, in terms or points for, or the points they (the opposing team, aka the team the Nets are up against) put up, the Nets have yet to face a team ranked in the "good" classification. We have faced 4 average opponents and went 1-3. We have faced 4 bad opponents and went 2-2.
In terms of points against, or the points their opponents put up (the opponents of our opponents), the Nets have 4 teams ranked "good" (their opponents don't put up a lot of points against them) and went 0-4. We've faced 3 average teams and went 2-1. We've faced 1 poor team and went 1-0.
In terms of net points, or points for minus points against, The Nets have faced 3 good teams and went 0-3. We've faced 5 poor teams and went 3-2.
In terms of rebounds, the Nets have faced 1 good team and went 0-1. They've faced 3 average teams and went 2-1. They've faced 4 poor teams and went 1-3.
In terms of turnovers, the Nets have faced 3 good teams and went 1-2. They've faced 4 average teams and went 2-2. They've faced 1 poor team and went 0-1.
In terms of assists, the Nets have faced 2 good teams and went 0-2. They've faced 3 average teams and went 1-2. They've faced 3 poor teams and went 2-1.
In terms of blocks, the Nets have faced 4 good teams and went 1-3. They've faced 1 average team and went 0-1. They've faced 3 poor teams and went 2-1.
In terms of pace, the Nets have faced 1 average team and went 1-0. They've faced 7 poor teams and went 2-5.
Now, let's get on to individual floor time.
Our leading players in terms of +/- while they were on the floor are: Harris, Ross, and Morrow.
Harris has a +/- of +17 and has been on the floor for 65% of our total minutes on the floor.
Ross has a +/- of +8, but has only been on the floor for 7% of all of our minutes.
Morrow has a +/-of +6, and has been on the floor for 70% of all of our minutes.
The top 3 remains the same for their net +/- per 48 minutes of playing time, with Ross overtaking Harris for the number 1 spot.
Should we be playing Quinton Ross more?
Now, for the worst.
The players with the worst +/-'s are:
Travis Outlaw, with a +/- of -75. Despite that, he's been on the floor for 61% of all of our minutes.
Troy Murphy has a +/- of -35, and has been on the floor for 24% of our minutes.
Terrence Williams has a +/- of -30, and has been on the floor for 37% of our minutes.
Stretched out over every 48 minutes of playing time, the bottom of the net +/- per 48 minutes becomes:
Troy Murphy with -18
Travis Outlaw with -15.2
Joe Smith with 13.5