Found these on the official site so thought I would post them and see what ppl thought.
Most playing time:
#1. Joe Johnson, 19.8 mpg
#2. Lebron James, 19.4 mpg
#3. Chris Paul, 18.6 mpg
#14. Bruce Bowen, 10.3 mpg
Gotta say I'm somewhat surprised by this one myself, really hasn't seemed like JJ and CP3 were on the court that much with Lebron, Wade and Anthony dominating every game. Bowen being last is no surprise.
Most points scored:
#1. Carmelo Anthony, 16.8 ppg
#2. Lebron James, 15.8 ppg (65% FG)
#3. Dwayne Wade, 12.2 ppg
#14. Bruce Bowen, 1.0 ppg
No real surprises here, Anthony, James and Wade have clearly been the top offensive forces in every game so far. And scoring isn't really Bowen's job, though 1.0 ppg is still pretty weak.
#1. Dwight Howard, 5.8 rpg (in only 11.2 mpg)
#2. Shane Battier, 3.4 rpg
#3. Elton Brand, 3.2 rpg
#14. Bruce Bowen, 1.0 rpg
The one thing that stands out here is Howards monster stats, especially when considering that more than half the rebounds he got were offensive ones. Another last place for Bowen.
#1. Chris Paul, 4.2 apg
#2. Dwayne Wade, 4.0 apg
#3. Lebron James, 2.2 apg
#14. Antawn Jamison, 0.0 apg
What stands out here is not so much the leaderboard but rather how few assists the US team is getting, 17.2 apg is anything but stellar, indicating that they still rely too much on individual performances.
Most steals: Dwayne Wade, 2.6 spg
Most Blocks: Lebron James/Elton Brand, 1.0 bpg
Most 3's: Carmelo Anthony/Antawn Jamison, 1.6 per game.
Overall it looks like the threesome of Wade + James + Anthony are the clear standouts on the team, co-captains perhaps ?
The much talked about 3-point shooting has been pretty decent so far with a team average of nearly 11 per game at better than 41%.
Passing is still somewhat lacking.
Defense has relied mostly on steals (nearly 15 per game), however inside presence espicially in the form of shot blockers has been absent.
Bruce Bowen seems like the prime candidate to be cut for the final 12-man roster.
Stats taken from: