This new advanced stat is supposed to adjust for both the quality of team mates and opponents when on the court.

Amir has been considered an undervalued asset, one of the best screen setters in the league and a great help defender. Not as much appreciated on these boards by some. Well Amir has the highest RPM on our team at +4.84 pts/100 possessions. This also places him 12th best in the entire league.

#32 Kyle Lowry +3.49
#102 Steve Novak +1.26
#108 Pat Patterson +1.09
#109 Landry Fields +1.04
#133 Chuck Hayes +0.53
#140 Greivis Vasquez +0.35
#142 DeMar DeRozan +0.32
#212 John Salmons -1.17
#226 Terrence Ross -1.36
#296 Jonas Valanciunas -2.15
#327 Nando de Colo -2.64
#340 Tyler Hansbrough -2.87

Note: these are for the entire year so Sacramento and San Antonio stats are included for those guys.

I'm sure these are going to infuriate a lot of posters, and validate other's opinions.

Links
http://espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/10...eal-plus-minus
http://espn.go.com/nba/statistics/rpm/_/page/9/sort/RPM