Final numbers from attempt #2:
GP Min Pts OReb Reb FG FG3 FT AST TO STL BLK FL
82 46.9 23.8 6.9 17.2 63.9% 0.0% 39.3% 9.1 4.1 2.1 4.0 2.1
82 3849 1951 562 1410 888/1389 0/2 175/445 749 333 169 331 172
Okay, now that it is reasonably formatted...
Played in a division where for half of the season, four of the five other teams played half-court. At one point, a second team started playing up-tempo. Also, half of the other division in my conference was playing half-court.
*I had one game where Wilt fouled out in 28 minutes. Absolutely blew my mind. We only fouled them 15 times, and somehow, Wilt got 6 of those fouls called on him. Playing very aggressive foul situation so that he can come close to achieving his minutes.
*In addition to most of my division playing half-court, it was a very bad division, so at the end of games, I was up enough to warrant subbing in. I have my sub-in set for only the last 2 minutes with this team, so that I can keep Wilt at his RL minutes and try to reach his full potential minutes while simultaneously keeping the rest of the team rested enough to play them more against better teams. On top of everything, I still want to win.
*I put four guys in my starting line-up who not only had higher usage than Wilt (20.2), but four guys that score a 4 in the possession/usage chart (ie higher than 22.1%). However, none of these guys had exceptionally higher usage (I think Jamison has a 24, Moses has a 23.something, Redd 22.something and mo williams 23.something).
*Everybody on the team had way more assists than they did IRL, which is expected. Wilt didn't seemingly have a greater increase than the others despite having a much larger ast% than everyone with exception of Mo.
*The team still managed to shoot 51.3% from the field despite the low (in the fifties) ast%. Opponents shot 49.4%. We had: 132ppg, +11rpg differential, -1topg differential, +320 fta differential.