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PPP v. eFG?

This isn't my typical "sky is falling" type post, but rather one that I thought was interesting: In last night's game against Florida, Kentucky (awesomely) held Florida below 40% eFG, which is a really, really good number, right? Yet when I checked out our PPP figures from the game, Florida registered at .98 PPP while Kentucky rang in at 1.32 (REAL GOOD). My question is, does the relatively low number of possessions have to do with why Florida shot so poorly yet seemed to be efficient in terms of PPP? I know KenPom leans a lot more on PPP or adjusted offense when compiling his ratings than he does eFG%, so I'm wondering what's really the better metric?

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