When I think of Alec I think of a few things. Good finisher at the rim, good rebounder and a lights out FT shooter. So when I compared each of these I was a little surprised at what I saw. Their FG% at the rim is identical (60%). Burks took a lot more shots at the rim (and overall) but the % they finished was the same. But Dinwiddie was able to get to the line at a much better rate than Burks. Dinwiddie gets to the line .75 times for every field goal attempted and Burks was only able to get to the line .52 times per FGA. Their FT shooting % was also virtually the same, 83% for Dinwiddie to 84% for Burks. Spencer took more shots from 3 but they had about same % made. They also shot about the same % and made the same % of 2 pt jumpers. PlayerFGATS%%Shots at RimFG% at Rim %Assisted at Rim%Shots 2pt JumpersFG% 2pt Jumpers%Assisted 2pt Jumpers%Shots 3ptFG% 3pt%assisted 3ptFTA/FGA FT% Dinwiddie2960.59121%60%21%35%40%14%44%33%58%0.7583% Burks4130.56737%60%32%45%41%16%18%32%42%0.5284% Adjusted +/-, Burks had the ball a lot more and took a higher % of shots compared to Dinwiddie so his offensive +/- is higher. But their offensive rating is nearly identical. PlayerOrtg% PossOff PMAdj Off P/M per 100 possTotal Value per 40 min% Min PlayedSpencer Dinwiddie114.7245.065.774.6580.5Alec Burks115.732.28.328.596.6777.7 KenPom Stats - they are eerily similar. The biggest difference was Burks rebounding ability, he was a significant contributor on the offensive and defensive glass. Burks definitely dominated the ball on offense, something CU could have used a little more of at times with Dinwiddie this year IMO. PlayerHtWt%MinORtg %Poss %ShotseFG%TS%OR% DR%ARateTORateBlk%Stl%FC/40FD/40FTRate FTM-FTAPct2PM-2PAPct3PM-3PAPct Dinwiddie6 519080.1114.724.321.94959.119.8184.108.40.206.52.46.276.7198-2400.82583-1740.47747-1390.338 Burks6 618577.7115.732.230.849.5220.127.116.119.614.81237.456.4249-3020.825223-4390.50828-960.292 Not sure about anybody else, but this really surprised me. Burks seemed to be so dominant, maybe I was just so used to seeing terrible CU bball that Burks was so much better than anybody else wearing a CU uniform in recent memory that he seemed so good. But Dinwiddie is no slouch and his numbers stack up in nearly every category to Burks, and Dinwiddie is probably the better defender. Burks was a disinterested defender a lot of the time.