To say that Lamar Patterson was integral to the Brisbane Bullets’ run to the playoffs last season, is an understatement. Prior to Patterson’s arrival, the Bullets managed to scrape two victories together from their opening five fixtures, but their outlook was bleak. Brisbane scored just 105.9 points per 100 possessions (good for second-last) and certainly were not making up for it with a middling defence. Andrej Lemanis’ offensive system was generating the right kind of shot attempts – at the time, they led the NBL in both 3-point rate (41.4%) and assist rate (63%),
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