The Blazers have played five of the top eight teams in the league in defensive points allowed. These teams allow an average of 92.7 points per game (PPG) to teams other than the Blazers. In five games against these teams, all wins, we have scored an average of 109.2 PPG. Against these top defensive teams in the league, the Blazers are scoring 16.5 PPG more than their season average for allowed points. This is 18% more PPG than the top defensive teams in the league have allowed to all other teams.
Here's the list of teams
Indiana 86.5 PPG rest of league, 106 PPG Blazers; Blazers excess offense 19.5 PPG
San Antonio 90.8 rest of league, 115 PPG Blazers; Blazers excess offense 24.2 PPG
Chicago 94.4 rest of league, 98 PPG Blazers; Blazers excess offense 3.6 PPG
Boston 95.9 rest of league, 109 Blazers; Blazers excess offense 13.1 PPG
Toronto 96.0 rest of league, 118 Blazers; Blazers excess offense 22.0 PPG
Against the top two defensive teams in the league, the Blazers have scored 110.5 PPG, when they have allowed other teams a meager 88.6 PPG. The Blazers have scored 21.9 PPG more than they typically allow, which is 25% more PPG.
Kudos to the Blazers and Coach Stotts' offense!!!