Great info. As I read this, I had this thought...
If you consider that the top 30 should ideally be the top player from each if there was perfect parity in the league. Obviously there is not but this could help us see where we need an upgrade, statistically speaking.
Our strongest positions, using this data, would be:
Dbl -Dbls with Okafor and Wallace both in the top 30.
FG% with Okafor and Diaw both in the top 30.
Rebounds again with Okafor and Wallace in the top 30.
Steals with Wallace and Felton.
3Pt% with 3 guys in the top 21! DJ, Raja and Diaw.
There is so much talk of needing to trade Okafor though he is in the top 12 in the league in Dbl Dbls, FG% and Rebounds. This also shows how important Wallace and Diaw are to the team. Are we really so sure that we can't try next season with Wallace, Diaw and Okafor as the 3,4,5. As much talk as there is about getting a PF or trading Okafor, I just think we should be patient with the core we have and I feel like these stats seem to prove the same.
The biggest negative I see is that our highest scorer on the team (Wallace) is #42 and our only player in the top 50. I would venture a guess that all teams have at least 1 scorer in the top 30 and about 2/3 of the league have 2. Long story short, if we are addressing anythingspecific, I think it should be scoring.
Also, I love great defense as much as anyone but we have to put the ball in the hole a little more and we should keep that in mind for the draft and the off-season in general.