And those screens are effective. The league-wide average for shots directly off a pick is 0.98 points per chance, according to Second Spectrum tracking. The Pelicans average 1.12 points per chance whenever a player fires directly off a Williamson or Adams screen. Just as impressive has been Williamson’s and Adams’ ability to gobble up boards, especially on the offensive end. After middling rebounding numbers a season ago, the Pelicans find themselves near the top of the NBA: fourth in offensive rebounding rate (29.8%), sixth in defensive rebounding rate (75.1%) and fourth overall (52.3%). When Williamson and Adams are on the floor together, the numbers become even more ridiculous — jumping to 33.4%, 76.3% and 55.4%, respectively.