If you think that a missed 1-and-1 is equivalent to a turnover and a missed Stauskas three isn’t, then you are mathematically challenged. You lose 0.133 more points of expected value on a missed three from him, especially an open one, than you do from a 1-and-1 (assuming the free throw calculation was correct). When you factor in rebounding rate it’s probably about the same. Again, it’s stupid to try and compare them though, just like it’s dumb to compare turnovers with an expected value of 0.00 every time to any shot, which automatically has an expected value greater than zero. That’s all I’ll say.
Where did this even come from?