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Re: Olynyk 22/10/5
« Reply #15 on: March 22, 2018, 10:12:17 AM »

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Players are supposed to improve, especially when they get paid.   So saying Brad didnít know how to use him is laughable.    We supposed to give him all Al touches.  The guys stats are similar to what they were last year.   Come on people.   KO is skilled, but was to rich for us.  End of story.  Wish the guys does well and canít wait to beat hem in the first round.
TP, exactly my thoughts too.  Glad to see the guy improve as an NBA pro.

Re: Olynyk 22/10/5
« Reply #16 on: March 22, 2018, 04:06:31 PM »

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Previous game against Denver was even better, 30 pts., 8 reb., 6 ass., 4 blocks, 1 steal and was +18 in that double O.T. thriller on Monday.  Spoelstra has figured out how to use K.O. in a matter of months, Stevens had 4 years and spent them all with K.O. under his thumb.  Miami's offense has looked virtually unguardable with K.O. on the floor since the All Star break with a 123.4 offensive rating and a +19.1 net rating in 302 minutes.

KO's season stat line is almost identical to last season.

If you want to cherry pick ...sure .... I guess we can make Rozier look better than Chris Paul

Yeah, KO is putting up numbers very similar to what he did here. The only area of significant improvement is his assists.
It has very little to do with K.O.'s year over year numbers being similar.  He was brought into a new system and Spoelstra had to figure out how to use him best.  Trying to find minutes when they also have Whiteside on the roster as well as developing Adebayo is a problem because  Olynyk's best usage has always been at center.  With Whiteside sidelined for the last 5 or 6 games Spoelstra began using K.O. more and more as a playmaker culminating in the last 2 games where he basically handed him the keys to the bus and ran seemingly every possession off of and through K.O. to tremendous success. 

His personal box score statistics are rising greatly because the ball has been put in his hands more than anyone else on the team save for Dragic.  In the last 2 games K.O. has 163 total touches and so does Dragic, no one else is even close.  In Boston last year he averaged 42.8 touches per game, those touches were of inferior quality to what he is receiving in Miami many of which were to do no more than initiate the offense. 

I don't think there is any way they are going to deviate from this offensive explosion as the shot quality he is creating has to be off the charts good.  The offensive rating with K.O. on the floor has been climbing and climbing all year and now sits at 110.8 which for comparison sake would rank 5th in the league if it were Miami's offensive rating on the year.  Without him on the floor the offensive rating sits at what would rank as the league's worst offense 100.1 behind Phoenix at 100.9.  The net rating goes from a -3.8 without him to a +5.4 with him.  The dude is quickly becoming a [dang] cult hero in Miami just read their forums.

Re: Olynyk 22/10/5
« Reply #17 on: March 22, 2018, 04:16:43 PM »

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Previous game against Denver was even better, 30 pts., 8 reb., 6 ass., 4 blocks, 1 steal and was +18 in that double O.T. thriller on Monday.  Spoelstra has figured out how to use K.O. in a matter of months, Stevens had 4 years and spent them all with K.O. under his thumb.  Miami's offense has looked virtually unguardable with K.O. on the floor since the All Star break with a 123.4 offensive rating and a +19.1 net rating in 302 minutes.

Olynyk was never really trusted by Stevens. And he was mostly out of rhythm due to injuries. Now he has the opportunity to shine in a system that is more team orientated than the Celtics were last year. He always had it in him, but now he has confidence and more experience and that translates to more consistent performances. He truly is one of the best players on a playoff team.

I'm happy for him. It's a shame we couldn't find a way to keep him. He is such a likeable guy and his game is a joy to watch. But I'd rather not face him and the Heat in the first round. They are playing really well. They could overtake the Pacers in the standings though and I prefer that match up right now.



Spoelstra constantly raves about and shows complete confidence and trust in him.  Brad did the exact opposite and had him constantly looking over his shoulder. 

Re: Olynyk 22/10/5
« Reply #18 on: March 22, 2018, 04:24:27 PM »

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Previous game against Denver was even better, 30 pts., 8 reb., 6 ass., 4 blocks, 1 steal and was +18 in that double O.T. thriller on Monday.  Spoelstra has figured out how to use K.O. in a matter of months, Stevens had 4 years and spent them all with K.O. under his thumb.  Miami's offense has looked virtually unguardable with K.O. on the floor since the All Star break with a 123.4 offensive rating and a +19.1 net rating in 302 minutes.

Olynyk was never really trusted by Stevens. And he was mostly out of rhythm due to injuries. Now he has the opportunity to shine in a system that is more team orientated than the Celtics were last year. He always had it in him, but now he has confidence and more experience and that translates to more consistent performances. He truly is one of the best players on a playoff team.

I'm happy for him. It's a shame we couldn't find a way to keep him. He is such a likeable guy and his game is a joy to watch. But I'd rather not face him and the Heat in the first round. They are playing really well. They could overtake the Pacers in the standings though and I prefer that match up right now.
So is that why he is 9th in minutes per game and rarely starts?
He has had to share court time with a player that Miami has a $100 million invested in and a rookie Adebayo that looks very promising to also develop.  Whiteside has sat a lot of 4th qtrs. as Olynyk closes games in front of him.

Re: Olynyk 22/10/5
« Reply #19 on: March 22, 2018, 04:34:19 PM »

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Previous game against Denver was even better, 30 pts., 8 reb., 6 ass., 4 blocks, 1 steal and was +18 in that double O.T. thriller on Monday.  Spoelstra has figured out how to use K.O. in a matter of months, Stevens had 4 years and spent them all with K.O. under his thumb.  Miami's offense has looked virtually unguardable with K.O. on the floor since the All Star break with a 123.4 offensive rating and a +19.1 net rating in 302 minutes.

KO's season stat line is almost identical to last season.

If you want to cherry pick ...sure .... I guess we can make Rozier look better than Chris Paul

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Re: Olynyk 22/10/5
« Reply #20 on: March 22, 2018, 04:36:29 PM »

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Previous game against Denver was even better, 30 pts., 8 reb., 6 ass., 4 blocks, 1 steal and was +18 in that double O.T. thriller on Monday.  Spoelstra has figured out how to use K.O. in a matter of months, Stevens had 4 years and spent them all with K.O. under his thumb.  Miami's offense has looked virtually unguardable with K.O. on the floor since the All Star break with a 123.4 offensive rating and a +19.1 net rating in 302 minutes.

KO's season stat line is almost identical to last season.

If you want to cherry pick ...sure .... I guess we can make Rozier look better than Chris Paul

Yeah, KO is putting up numbers very similar to what he did here. The only area of significant improvement is his assists.
It has very little to do with K.O.'s year over year numbers being similar.  He was brought into a new system and Spoelstra had to figure out how to use him best.  Trying to find minutes when they also have Whiteside on the roster as well as developing Adebayo is a problem because  Olynyk's best usage has always been at center.  With Whiteside sidelined for the last 5 or 6 games Spoelstra began using K.O. more and more as a playmaker culminating in the last 2 games where he basically handed him the keys to the bus and ran seemingly every possession off of and through K.O. to tremendous success. 

His personal box score statistics are rising greatly because the ball has been put in his hands more than anyone else on the team save for Dragic.  In the last 2 games K.O. has 163 total touches and so does Dragic, no one else is even close.  In Boston last year he averaged 42.8 touches per game, those touches were of inferior quality to what he is receiving in Miami many of which were to do no more than initiate the offense. 

I don't think there is any way they are going to deviate from this offensive explosion as the shot quality he is creating has to be off the charts good.  The offensive rating with K.O. on the floor has been climbing and climbing all year and now sits at 110.8 which for comparison sake would rank 5th in the league if it were Miami's offensive rating on the year.  Without him on the floor the offensive rating sits at what would rank as the league's worst offense 100.1 behind Phoenix at 100.9.  The net rating goes from a -3.8 without him to a +5.4 with him.  The dude is quickly becoming a [dang] cult hero in Miami just read their forums.
It was three freaking very good games, dude. He shot excellent in those three games. Have him shoot his average and his splits would be virtually identical to any other month he has had this year.

https://www.basketball-reference.com/players/o/olynyke01/splits/2018

Here's his game logs for the year. He hasn't been playing lights out with much better production for weeks upon months. He's had three freaking good games.

https://www.basketball-reference.com/players/o/olynyke01/gamelog/2018

That's it. A few good games in a row. Otherwise, he is the same player he was here for 4 years and even then, I am sure KO had great weeks above his usual stat production here as well. KO is the same player he has been since basically his rookie year.
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Re: Olynyk 22/10/5
« Reply #21 on: March 22, 2018, 04:38:08 PM »

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Could and should have been Giannis.  Enough said about Olynyk.   
This is garbage.  There was a poll conducted on another popular forum in the week leading up to the draft.  There were 57 respondents as I remember and exactly 3 of them wanted Giannis.  Those are guys that wanted to swing for the fences with that pick, like 3 also wanted Gobert and 4 K.O..  If the general population of these forums had made the selection we would have one Shabazz Muhammed as 29 of those 57 wanted him.

Re: Olynyk 22/10/5
« Reply #22 on: March 22, 2018, 04:47:49 PM »

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Previous game against Denver was even better, 30 pts., 8 reb., 6 ass., 4 blocks, 1 steal and was +18 in that double O.T. thriller on Monday.  Spoelstra has figured out how to use K.O. in a matter of months, Stevens had 4 years and spent them all with K.O. under his thumb.  Miami's offense has looked virtually unguardable with K.O. on the floor since the All Star break with a 123.4 offensive rating and a +19.1 net rating in 302 minutes.

KO's season stat line is almost identical to last season.

If you want to cherry pick ...sure .... I guess we can make Rozier look better than Chris Paul

Yeah, KO is putting up numbers very similar to what he did here. The only area of significant improvement is his assists.
It has very little to do with K.O.'s year over year numbers being similar.  He was brought into a new system and Spoelstra had to figure out how to use him best.  Trying to find minutes when they also have Whiteside on the roster as well as developing Adebayo is a problem because  Olynyk's best usage has always been at center.  With Whiteside sidelined for the last 5 or 6 games Spoelstra began using K.O. more and more as a playmaker culminating in the last 2 games where he basically handed him the keys to the bus and ran seemingly every possession off of and through K.O. to tremendous success. 

His personal box score statistics are rising greatly because the ball has been put in his hands more than anyone else on the team save for Dragic.  In the last 2 games K.O. has 163 total touches and so does Dragic, no one else is even close.  In Boston last year he averaged 42.8 touches per game, those touches were of inferior quality to what he is receiving in Miami many of which were to do no more than initiate the offense. 

I don't think there is any way they are going to deviate from this offensive explosion as the shot quality he is creating has to be off the charts good.  The offensive rating with K.O. on the floor has been climbing and climbing all year and now sits at 110.8 which for comparison sake would rank 5th in the league if it were Miami's offensive rating on the year.  Without him on the floor the offensive rating sits at what would rank as the league's worst offense 100.1 behind Phoenix at 100.9.  The net rating goes from a -3.8 without him to a +5.4 with him.  The dude is quickly becoming a [dang] cult hero in Miami just read their forums.
It was three freaking very good games, dude. He shot excellent in those three games Have him shoot his average and his splits would be virtually identical to any other month he has had this year.

https://www.basketball-reference.com/players/o/olynyke01/splits/2018

Here's his game logs for the year. He hasn't been playing lights out with much better production for weeks upin months. He's had three freaking good games

https://www.basketball-reference.com/players/o/olynyke01/gamelog/2018

 That's it. A few good games in a row. Otherwise, he is thesame player he was here for 4 years and even then, I am sure KO had great weeks above his usual stat production here as well. KO is the same player he has been since basically his rookie year.
Did you even read what I wrote?  They are putting the ball in his hands and his production as well as the teams is going through the roof because of it.  This is not something Brad ever did except for the last 3 games of his rookie year where they stripped the roster and gave him the reigns.  The next game they have is against OKC tomorrow, a much tougher test and it will be interesting to see if it continues.

Re: Olynyk 22/10/5
« Reply #23 on: March 22, 2018, 05:06:20 PM »

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Previous game against Denver was even better, 30 pts., 8 reb., 6 ass., 4 blocks, 1 steal and was +18 in that double O.T. thriller on Monday.  Spoelstra has figured out how to use K.O. in a matter of months, Stevens had 4 years and spent them all with K.O. under his thumb.  Miami's offense has looked virtually unguardable with K.O. on the floor since the All Star break with a 123.4 offensive rating and a +19.1 net rating in 302 minutes.

KO's season stat line is almost identical to last season.

If you want to cherry pick ...sure .... I guess we can make Rozier look better than Chris Paul

Yeah, KO is putting up numbers very similar to what he did here. The only area of significant improvement is his assists.
It has very little to do with K.O.'s year over year numbers being similar.  He was brought into a new system and Spoelstra had to figure out how to use him best.  Trying to find minutes when they also have Whiteside on the roster as well as developing Adebayo is a problem because  Olynyk's best usage has always been at center.  With Whiteside sidelined for the last 5 or 6 games Spoelstra began using K.O. more and more as a playmaker culminating in the last 2 games where he basically handed him the keys to the bus and ran seemingly every possession off of and through K.O. to tremendous success. 

His personal box score statistics are rising greatly because the ball has been put in his hands more than anyone else on the team save for Dragic.  In the last 2 games K.O. has 163 total touches and so does Dragic, no one else is even close.  In Boston last year he averaged 42.8 touches per game, those touches were of inferior quality to what he is receiving in Miami many of which were to do no more than initiate the offense. 

I don't think there is any way they are going to deviate from this offensive explosion as the shot quality he is creating has to be off the charts good.  The offensive rating with K.O. on the floor has been climbing and climbing all year and now sits at 110.8 which for comparison sake would rank 5th in the league if it were Miami's offensive rating on the year.  Without him on the floor the offensive rating sits at what would rank as the league's worst offense 100.1 behind Phoenix at 100.9.  The net rating goes from a -3.8 without him to a +5.4 with him.  The dude is quickly becoming a [dang] cult hero in Miami just read their forums.
It was three freaking very good games, dude. He shot excellent in those three games Have him shoot his average and his splits would be virtually identical to any other month he has had this year.

https://www.basketball-reference.com/players/o/olynyke01/splits/2018

Here's his game logs for the year. He hasn't been playing lights out with much better production for weeks upin months. He's had three freaking good games

https://www.basketball-reference.com/players/o/olynyke01/gamelog/2018

 That's it. A few good games in a row. Otherwise, he is thesame player he was here for 4 years and even then, I am sure KO had great weeks above his usual stat production here as well. KO is the same player he has been since basically his rookie year.
Did you even read what I wrote?  They are putting the ball in his hands and his production as well as the teams is going through the roof because of it.  This is not something Brad ever did except for the last 3 games of his rookie year where they stripped the roster and gave him the reigns.  The next game they have is against OKC tomorrow, a much tougher test and it will be interesting to see if it continues.

I agree with you. In addition, he's actually finishing games, as opposed to his time with the C's, which would usually close with Crowder-Smart-Horford-Thomas-Bradley.

Re: Olynyk 22/10/5
« Reply #24 on: March 22, 2018, 06:44:54 PM »

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Previous game against Denver was even better, 30 pts., 8 reb., 6 ass., 4 blocks, 1 steal and was +18 in that double O.T. thriller on Monday.  Spoelstra has figured out how to use K.O. in a matter of months, Stevens had 4 years and spent them all with K.O. under his thumb.  Miami's offense has looked virtually unguardable with K.O. on the floor since the All Star break with a 123.4 offensive rating and a +19.1 net rating in 302 minutes.

KO's season stat line is almost identical to last season.

If you want to cherry pick ...sure .... I guess we can make Rozier look better than Chris Paul

Yeah, KO is putting up numbers very similar to what he did here. The only area of significant improvement is his assists.
It has very little to do with K.O.'s year over year numbers being similar.  He was brought into a new system and Spoelstra had to figure out how to use him best.  Trying to find minutes when they also have Whiteside on the roster as well as developing Adebayo is a problem because  Olynyk's best usage has always been at center.  With Whiteside sidelined for the last 5 or 6 games Spoelstra began using K.O. more and more as a playmaker culminating in the last 2 games where he basically handed him the keys to the bus and ran seemingly every possession off of and through K.O. to tremendous success. 

His personal box score statistics are rising greatly because the ball has been put in his hands more than anyone else on the team save for Dragic.  In the last 2 games K.O. has 163 total touches and so does Dragic, no one else is even close.  In Boston last year he averaged 42.8 touches per game, those touches were of inferior quality to what he is receiving in Miami many of which were to do no more than initiate the offense. 

I don't think there is any way they are going to deviate from this offensive explosion as the shot quality he is creating has to be off the charts good.  The offensive rating with K.O. on the floor has been climbing and climbing all year and now sits at 110.8 which for comparison sake would rank 5th in the league if it were Miami's offensive rating on the year.  Without him on the floor the offensive rating sits at what would rank as the league's worst offense 100.1 behind Phoenix at 100.9.  The net rating goes from a -3.8 without him to a +5.4 with him.  The dude is quickly becoming a [dang] cult hero in Miami just read their forums.
It was three freaking very good games, dude. He shot excellent in those three games Have him shoot his average and his splits would be virtually identical to any other month he has had this year.

https://www.basketball-reference.com/players/o/olynyke01/splits/2018

Here's his game logs for the year. He hasn't been playing lights out with much better production for weeks upin months. He's had three freaking good games

https://www.basketball-reference.com/players/o/olynyke01/gamelog/2018

 That's it. A few good games in a row. Otherwise, he is thesame player he was here for 4 years and even then, I am sure KO had great weeks above his usual stat production here as well. KO is the same player he has been since basically his rookie year.
Did you even read what I wrote?  They are putting the ball in his hands and his production as well as the teams is going through the roof because of it.  This is not something Brad ever did except for the last 3 games of his rookie year where they stripped the roster and gave him the reigns.  The next game they have is against OKC tomorrow, a much tougher test and it will be interesting to see if it continues.
Did you not read what I wrote? Its three good games otherwise his stats are no different. 3 GAMES. The stats I showed you prove his numbers aren't on some huge uprise through the roof. Its just 3 games. Ignore the other stats all you want and concentrate on just his offensive rating, which is very much predicated on team performance than individual, but the facts don't change. He has basically the same stats he's had any other time in his career but his last 3 games is making his March numbers look slightly better. Make them average games and his stats are no different than they ever have been.

Also, those last three games were against those defensive juggernaughts the Knicks, Lakers and Nuggets.

Re: Olynyk 22/10/5
« Reply #25 on: March 22, 2018, 06:52:36 PM »

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Re: Olynyk 22/10/5
« Reply #26 on: March 22, 2018, 07:38:47 PM »

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Liked KO when he was with team and always felt when he was on he was a tough guard for another team and could alter a teams defense.  Still check (lots) of former C's box scores and Kelly is doing a nice job in Miami.  We let him walk to sign Gordon as I remember it AND he signed for a good hunk of a contract. 
If Kelly was here now?  Our rotation of bigs:
Baynes-defensive stopper, banger, pick and pop guy
Horford-Mr do everything
Morris-good all around pf
Tatum-rookie love
Monroe-low post offensive force, good passer

So not taking into account injuries where does KO fit?

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« Reply #27 on: March 22, 2018, 09:47:08 PM »

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Previous game against Denver was even better, 30 pts., 8 reb., 6 ass., 4 blocks, 1 steal and was +18 in that double O.T. thriller on Monday.  Spoelstra has figured out how to use K.O. in a matter of months, Stevens had 4 years and spent them all with K.O. under his thumb.  Miami's offense has looked virtually unguardable with K.O. on the floor since the All Star break with a 123.4 offensive rating and a +19.1 net rating in 302 minutes.

Olynyk was never really trusted by Stevens. And he was mostly out of rhythm due to injuries. Now he has the opportunity to shine in a system that is more team orientated than the Celtics were last year. He always had it in him, but now he has confidence and more experience and that translates to more consistent performances. He truly is one of the best players on a playoff team.

http://www.espn.com/nba/player/gamelog/_/id/2489663/kelly-olynyk

i don't see anything consistent here

I like the guy too  but discovering the great star we missed just because he scored 30p once (while he averages 11) and blaming everyone for letting him go is beyong funny

and he is getting 12m per year  !!!!!!!!!!!!

This - TP...beyond funny is exactly right. Don't forget he had a few standout games with us as well, but in the end how many years will it take for him to be consistent? He's in year 5 already!
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« Reply #28 on: March 23, 2018, 06:46:37 AM »

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That's it. A few good games in a row. Otherwise, he is the same player he was here for 4 years and even then, I am sure KO had great weeks above his usual stat production here as well. KO is the same player he has been since basically his rookie year.

Same player on a hot streak, good Kelly and bad Kelly the same he was here.   He is all over the place in terms on good games and bad games. 

It's absurd to act like he is the one that got away with his 11 ppg

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« Reply #29 on: March 23, 2018, 06:59:13 AM »

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Previous game against Denver was even better, 30 pts., 8 reb., 6 ass., 4 blocks, 1 steal and was +18 in that double O.T. thriller on Monday.  Spoelstra has figured out how to use K.O. in a matter of months, Stevens had 4 years and spent them all with K.O. under his thumb.  Miami's offense has looked virtually unguardable with K.O. on the floor since the All Star break with a 123.4 offensive rating and a +19.1 net rating in 302 minutes.

KO's season stat line is almost identical to last season.

If you want to cherry pick ...sure .... I guess we can make Rozier look better than Chris Paul

Yeah, KO is putting up numbers very similar to what he did here. The only area of significant improvement is his assists.
It has very little to do with K.O.'s year over year numbers being similar.  He was brought into a new system and Spoelstra had to figure out how to use him best.  Trying to find minutes when they also have Whiteside on the roster as well as developing Adebayo is a problem because  Olynyk's best usage has always been at center.  With Whiteside sidelined for the last 5 or 6 games Spoelstra began using K.O. more and more as a playmaker culminating in the last 2 games where he basically handed him the keys to the bus and ran seemingly every possession off of and through K.O. to tremendous success. 

His personal box score statistics are rising greatly because the ball has been put in his hands more than anyone else on the team save for Dragic.  In the last 2 games K.O. has 163 total touches and so does Dragic, no one else is even close.  In Boston last year he averaged 42.8 touches per game, those touches were of inferior quality to what he is receiving in Miami many of which were to do no more than initiate the offense. 

I don't think there is any way they are going to deviate from this offensive explosion as the shot quality he is creating has to be off the charts good.  The offensive rating with K.O. on the floor has been climbing and climbing all year and now sits at 110.8 which for comparison sake would rank 5th in the league if it were Miami's offensive rating on the year.  Without him on the floor the offensive rating sits at what would rank as the league's worst offense 100.1 behind Phoenix at 100.9.  The net rating goes from a -3.8 without him to a +5.4 with him.  The dude is quickly becoming a [dang] cult hero in Miami just read their forums.
It was three freaking very good games, dude. He shot excellent in those three games Have him shoot his average and his splits would be virtually identical to any other month he has had this year.

https://www.basketball-reference.com/players/o/olynyke01/splits/2018

Here's his game logs for the year. He hasn't been playing lights out with much better production for weeks upin months. He's had three freaking good games

https://www.basketball-reference.com/players/o/olynyke01/gamelog/2018

 That's it. A few good games in a row. Otherwise, he is thesame player he was here for 4 years and even then, I am sure KO had great weeks above his usual stat production here as well. KO is the same player he has been since basically his rookie year.
Did you even read what I wrote?  They are putting the ball in his hands and his production as well as the teams is going through the roof because of it.  This is not something Brad ever did except for the last 3 games of his rookie year where they stripped the roster and gave him the reigns.  The next game they have is against OKC tomorrow, a much tougher test and it will be interesting to see if it continues.

I am obviously stupid so i would like you to explain this to me in more details

22/3 22p 10ass obviously a great game i guess the team did put the ball in his hands
20/3 30p 6 ass same thing. Very good game indeed. btw it was a 2OT game!
17/3 17p(7/14) 0ass not as impresive but still good
15/3 13p(4/13) 5ass the usual KO
13/3 9p 7ass
11/3 13p 2ass
09/3 10p 2 ass
07/3 3p 5 ass
06/3 15p 8 ass
04/3 17p 4ass

in 10 games during this so called hot streak he has 14ppg  (varying between 3 and 30 points) 
and 5 apg which is pretty good. He played 26mpg (including the 41m double overtime) just 3mins o ver his season average.   

His season avg 11.4p 2.7as 23m
last season in Boston 9p 2as 20m

so
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Miami's offense has looked virtually unguardable with K.O
beacuse Spoelstra uses him 3 mins more and KO scores 2.5 points more and dishes 2 assists more????

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