Playoff Grades: The Bench (Pt 2)

Here's Part 2 of our playoff grades (click here if you missed Pt 1)

Luke Schenscher
Regular Season:  15.11min, 6.9pts, 53% fg, 50% 3pt, 5.5 reb, 0.7ast
Playoffs:              18.80min, 6.2pts, 52% fg, 0% 3pt, 5.3 reb, 1.2 ast
Best Game:        Game 1 vs Perth (12pts, 7 boards)
Rating:                B-

Was solid against Melbourne and had a very good Game 1 vs Perth, then faded. Had moments but didn't have a dominant performance which is what we were hoping for. Not bad but not great. 

Jason Cadee
Regular Season:  19.03min, 6.3pts, 37% fg, 32% 3pt, 2.1 reb, 2.5 ast
Playoffs:             12.35min, 4.8pts, 32% fg, 25% 3pt, 1.8 reb, 2.3 ast
Best Game:        Game 3 vs Melbourne (19pts, 4 assists)
Rating:                C+

No impact in Games 1 or 2 vs Melbourne, then had a huge Game 3 when Ervin sat out. Struggled with Perth's physicality, highlight was cameo in Game 2 where he piled on the assists (5). Defense was average-poor and resorted to too many floaters and threes.

Mitch Creek
Regular Season:  16.50min, 8.3 pts, 51% fg, 36% 3pt, 4.1 reb, 1.1ast
Playoffs:             13.08min, 5 pts, 39% fg, 0% 3pt, 2.8 reb, 0.7 ast
Best Game:        Game 3 vs Melbourne (8pts, 5 boards)
Rating:                C-

Playoffs to forget. Struggled to put up many highlights and turn any games. Affected badly by gastro in Game 1 vs Perth and never truly recovered. This will be a career defining year for him. Not sure we'll see it first-hand......

BJ Anthony
Regular Season:  11.53min, 3.8 pts, 44% fg, 0% 3pt, 3.2 reb, 0.5 ast
Playoffs:             6.69 min, 2.7 pts, 46% fg, 0% 3pt, 2.2 reb, 0.3 ast
Best Game:        Game 3 vs Melbourne (8pts, 7 reb)
Rating:                C

Big Game 3 vs Melbourne and had the best total +/- for the team across the playoffs. Did ok for his minutes but season didn't end as well as it started.

Rhys Carter
Regular Season:  15.72min, 6.9pts, 36% fg, 34% 3pt, 2.3 reb, 1.6 ast
Playoffs:              14.77min, 5.8pts, 36% fg, 38% 3pt, 1.8 reb, 1.7 ast
Best Game:        Game 1 vs Melbourne (27pts, 6 reb, 7 ast)
Rating:                B-

Huge in Game 1 against the Tigers and had moments in Games 2 & 3. Largely absent against Perth. Shot a little shaky and drives a mixed bag. Solid defender but was not as effective against Perth. 

Daniel Sims/Kyle Adnam
Got garbage time in Game 3 vs Melbourne. Adnam wowed the crowd with an explosive drive, Sims finished the season without scoring but had a rebound and assist. 

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