As Brian and others have duly noted, it’s impossible at this point to discuss Georgetown basketball without hearing the platitude “as goes Chris Wright, so go the Hoyas.” The talking heads can’t get over the fact that when Chris Wright scores more than 10 points the Hoyas are 16-0 and when he scores less than 10 they are a lackluster 2-6.But how much truth is there to this statistic? Is it coincidence? Is it only an easy-to-digest, TV-friendly fallacy? Could it really be that simple?Full disclosure: I came into this analysis as a healthy skeptic. I couldn’t possibly believe that the key to Georgetown winning was Chris scoring in double digits. What I looked for, though, was something larger. What does Wright’s scoring mean in terms of the offense as a whole? If he’s not scoring, what is...

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