Stat stuffers who don't help teams win

After Enes Kanter trashed the Utah Jazz organization and Salt Lake City prior to last weekend's return to Utah, he put up 18 points and 11 rebounds in a game the Jazz won by five points.

Following the game, Utah forward Trevor Booker threw a skyscraper's worth of shade his former teammate's direction in a postgame radio interview. "He got his stats and he got the L, as always," Booker said.

Booker's quote might as well by the slogan for the RPM Mirage team. As opposed to the recent RPM All-Stars, who shine through the prism of ESPN's real plus-minus because of the impact they have that can't be measured in the box score, the RPM Mirages put up big numbers but don't help their team win. Kanter is a prime example ... but he's not the only one.