This all started innocently enough.Heading into the game against the Washington Huskies, I fully expected Georgetown to struggle mightily with turnovers, since Georgetown was turning the ball over on more than 22% of the their possessions. Against a high tempo team, I expected these turnovers to be turned into easy fast break points for the Huskies.Turned out, Washington had a harder time holding on the ball than the Hoyas. For the game, Georgetown outscored UW 28-23 on points after turnovers, as the Huskies ended fully 30% of their possessions with a give away.Somehow, this got me to thinking about the four factors, scoring efficiencies and steals. So I turned to KenPom.com and downloaded all of the end-of-season stats for 2004 through 2009, and starting playing around with the...

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