The Good: Spencer Dinwiddie’s ability to get to the line. The Mayor got to the line at an unbelievable rate this year (76.7 FTRate), 19[SUP]th[/SUP] in the NCAA, 2[SUP]nd[/SUP] in the Pac-12 behind Arsalan Kazemi and by far the highest rate of any CU player in the last 10 years. Andre Roberson’s defensive rebounding %. Dre was able to collect 27.1% of the available defensive rebounds when he was on the court, that is good enough for 8[SUP]th[/SUP] in the NCAA and 3rd in the Pac-12. (That Kazemi guy was first again and Eric Moreland was 2[SUP]nd[/SUP]). Xavier Johnson’s FG% at the Rim. XJ struggled to finish at the rim early in the season, (in large part due to the fact that he tried to dunk on anybody within 10 ft of the rim). He was able to find his touch around the rim as the season went on and finished the season shooting 71% at the rim. Xavier Johnson’s 3pt FG%. XJ not only found his touch around the rim as the season went along, he was also able to find his 3 pt shooting touch, shooting 44% from 3. CU’s defensive efficiency. CU allowed opponents just .903 points per possession, good for 25[SUP]th[/SUP] in the NCAA and first in the Pac-12. Josh Scott’s TORate. The kid took care of the ball, only turning it over on 12.6% of his possessions, good for 140[SUP]th[/SUP] in the NCAA. CU’s ability to limit teams to get to the line. CU’s was 6[SUP]th[/SUP] in the NCAA in opponents Free Throw’s attempted per Field Goal Attempted. The Bad: Andre Roberson’s FG % on 2 pt jumpers. He struggled with the jumper this year, shooting only 24% on 2 point jumpers. CU’s Tempo/Pace. We heard a lot about how CU was going to be a team that pushed the pace and got up and down the floor, it was largely rhetoric. CU finished 216[SUP]th[/SUP] in pace and 9[SUP]th[/SUP] in the conference. Askia Booker’s shot selection. A year ago he took 34% of his shots at the rim where he converted on 47% of them. This year he only took 18% of his shots at the rim where he converted on 56% of them. Instead of those shots going to 3’s where he actually shoots a decent % (31%). They went to 2pt jumpers, where he took 44% of his shots this year converting on 33% of them. The Ugly: CU’s assist rate, 347 NCAA teams and CU finished 341[SUP]st[/SUP] in the % of FG’s that were assisted. SHT’s ORtg, it came in at 68.3 (which is actually up from the low 60’s where it was for a good part of the season). % of points coming from 3’s. CU’s inability to make 3’s led teams to pack it in against CU and disrupt the flow of the offense. CU only averaged 23.9% of their points from behind the arc, in the bottom 1/4 in the NCAA.