|Anthony Carter, PG||31||2-6||0-2||0-0||1||4||5||5||1||2||1||2||+8||4|
|Ty Lawson, PG||13||1-3||0-0||2-2||1||2||3||1||1||0||2||0||+1||4|
Why did AC play so much more than Lawson? I'm not saying that Carter played bad necessarily, but I don't think that he played that much BETTER. Carter had a better game due to the +/- differential, but Lawson didn't get much of a chance. He played the third least amount of minutes in front of Balkman (4) and Allen (8). Besides, even if Lawson was playing bad it's not as if the game was close enough that he could ruin it. These would've been great experience minutes. Oh well, looks like Carter got to pad his stats while Lawson didn't get to play on his birthday :'(. Poor guy. Well, I don't understand this. Any thoughts?