Keldon Johnson vs Mikal Bridges Stats

Keldon Johnson Career Mikal Bridges
86 Games Played 227
68 Games Started 160
2,269 Minutes Played 6,807
391 Field Goals Made 852
794 Field Goals Attempted 1,716
49.2% Field Goal Percentage 49.7%
73 3-Pointers Made 309
203 3-Pointers Attempted 822
36.0% 3-Point Percentage 37.6%
318 2-Pointers Made 543
591 2-Pointers Attempted 894
53.8% 2-Point Percentage 60.7%
53.8% eFG% 58.7%
180 Free Throws Made 308
240 Free Throws Attempted 371
75.0% Free Throw Percentage 83.0%
103 Offensive Rebounds 198
366 Defensive Rebounds 667
469 Total Rebounds 865
136 Assists 454
54 Steals 307
26 Blocks 147
91 Turnovers 200
170 Personal Fouls 480
1,035 Points Scored 2,321
12.0 Points Per Game 10.2
26.4 Minutes Per Game 30.0
1.6 Assists Per Game 2.0
5.5 Rebounds Per Game 3.8
16.4 Points Per 36 Minutes 12.3
7.4 Rebounds Per 36 Minutes 4.6
2.2 Assists Per 36 Minutes 2.4

Keldon Johnson has taken the court in 86 games thus far in his career and earned 2,269 minutes in those games. Johnson got the starting nod in 68 contests, and in those contests he holds a rate of 12.0 points per game and has accounted for 1,035 points in total. He accrues 16.4 points per 36 minutes, as well as grabbing 7.4 rebounds and earning 2.2 assists during his pro basketball career. By putting in 391 shots of his 794 tries, Johnson has earned a 49.2% shooting percentage. By making 73 of his 203 baskets baskets from long range, he has earned a 3pt percentage of 36.0%. By knocking down 318 of 591 2pt attempts, he has accumulated a rate of 53.8%. Johnson has made 180 out of his 240 attempts at the free throw line, giving him a percentage of 75.0%. With an effective FG% of 53.8%, he has also had 170 fouls as well as 91 turnovers. Sitting with 366 defensive boards and 103 on the offensive end of the court, Johnson has accrued 469 total rebounds during his pro basketball career. He has compiled 54 steals, as well as 26 rejections and 136 assists. Regarding per game stats, Johnson has an average of 1.6 dimes in addition to 5.5 rebounds.

Pertaining to making his teammates better, Bridges has amassed 454 assists, in addition to getting 307 steals and 147 rejections. He holds an average of 3.8 boards and 2.0 assists per outing. He has 865 boards in total thus far in his career by way of 667 on the defensive side of the court and 198 offensive. While he has earned an effective field goal percentage of 58.7%, he has also accrued 200 turnovers and tallied 480 personal fouls. Bridges has earned a 83.0% average at the free throw line by making 308 out of 371 shot attempts. He has compiled a 60.7% 2pt shooting percentage of by making 543 out of his 894 tries. Having racked up 822 3PT attempts so far in his career, he has recorded a shooting percentage of 37.6% by knocking down 309 of those shots. Having earned a field goal percentage of 49.7%, Bridges has converted 852 shots of his 1,716 attempts. He averages 2.4 dimes, pulls down 4.6 rebounds and compiles 12.3 per 36 mins. Bridges has earned 2,321 points so far in his career, comes in with an average of 10.2 PPG and got the starting nod in 160 games. Mikal Bridges has accumulated 6,807 minutes in his career and played in 227 games in his NBA career.

Keldon Johnson 2020-2021 Mikal Bridges
69 Games Played 72
67 Games Started 72
1,968 Minutes Played 2,348
338 Field Goals Made 363
705 Field Goals Attempted 669
47.9% Field Goal Percentage 54.3%
60 3-Pointers Made 134
181 3-Pointers Attempted 315
33.1% 3-Point Percentage 42.5%
278 2-Pointers Made 229
524 2-Pointers Attempted 354
53.1% 2-Point Percentage 64.7%
52.2% eFG% 64.3%
145 Free Throws Made 110
196 Free Throws Attempted 131
74.0% Free Throw Percentage 84.0%
93 Offensive Rebounds 76
319 Defensive Rebounds 233
412 Total Rebounds 309
121 Assists 152
40 Steals 76
24 Blocks 63
78 Turnovers 57
142 Personal Fouls 116
881 Points Scored 970
12.8 Points Per Game 13.5
28.5 Minutes Per Game 32.6
1.8 Assists Per Game 2.1
6.0 Rebounds Per Game 4.3
16.1 Points Per 36 Minutes 14.9
7.5 Rebounds Per 36 Minutes 4.7
2.2 Assists Per 36 Minutes 2.3

Johnson averaged 5.97 rebounds in addition to adding 1.75 dimes per outing. Last season, Johnson had a total of 121 assists, 40 steals and 24 blocks. Johnson earned 412 boards in the prior season with 93 of the offensive sort and 319 on the defensive end. Keldon Johnson accumulated an effective FG% of 52.2% over the course of last year, turned the ball over 78 times and garnered 142 personal fouls. Regarding shooting from the charity stripe, Johnson tallied a rate of 74.0% by making 145 of his 196 shots. He made 278 out of 524 shots from 2pt range, giving him a two-point percentage of 53.1%. From beyond the perimeter, Johnson made 60 of his 181 triples which had him sitting at a 3pt percentage of 33.1%. Johnson finished the season with a field goal % of 47.9% by making 338 of 705 tries. In relation to per 36 stats, Johnson averaged 16.1 points, 7.5 rebounds in addition to 2.2 dimes. He racked up 881 points and averaged 12.8 points per game in his 69 games on the hardwood. Keldon Johnson started 67 matchups and was on the court for a total of 1,968 minutes.

Bridges averaged 2.1 dimes and earning 4.3 boards per game. Bridges tallied 63 rejections, in addition to 152 assists and 76 steals. In regard to pulling down boards, Bridges garnered 76 of the offensive sort and 233 defensive giving him a total of 309 boards. Mikal Bridges accounted for 116 personal fouls last year, as well as giving up possession of the ball 57 times and earning a 64.3% effective FG%. Out of his 131 charity stripe shot attempts, Bridges knocked down 110 which had him sitting at a percentage of 84.0%. His two-point percentage was at 64.7% by making 229 of his 354 shot attempts. With regard to shooting from behind the arc, Bridges finished with an average of 42.5% by knocking down 134 baskets out of his 315 attempts. Bridges knocked down 363 shots out of his 669 attempts which had him at a 54.3% shot %. Bridges averaged 14.9 points, 4.7 rebounds and 2.3 assists per 36 minutes. In his 72 games played, he accrued 970 points and averaged 13.5 PPG. Mikal Bridges played 2,348 minutes last year and was named a starter in
72 contests.