8: Alley-oop dunks this season.
12.3: Minutes per game.
18: Field goals made between eight and 24 feet. Jones’ primarily generated offense this season at the rim or from behind the 3-point line.
45.9: Percent shooting this season, up from 39.4 percent a year ago.
49.2: Percent shooting in 44 games before the All-Star break. In 18 games after the All-Star break, Jones’ accuracy plummeted, falling to 39 percent.
50.8: Percent shooting on 2-pointers, ranking him fourth on the team among players who averaged at least 12 minutes. His rate rose from 40.2 percent last season.
61: 3-pointers attempted with 22 makes. Last season, Jones tried just two 3s, missing both.
62: Games played, including seven starts. Jones appeared in only 38 games (one start) last season.
66: Assisted field goals on 83 made shots, a number that says Jones has much room to grow in creating offense for himself. Reggie Jackson was Jones’ biggest helper, delivering 18 assists. Kevin Durant was second with 11.