I’m not really into the whole “advanced stats” thing, but I’m gonna give it a try here.
Channing Frye’s plus-minus was +44 against the Bucks. That means they outscored the Bucks by 44 points during the 32 minutes he was on the court. Goran Dragic played nearly the same amount of minutes, but his plus-minus was -4. There are some deductions to be made here, namely, that Channing Frye is way more valuable of a player than Dragic and probably should be MVP. As I said I’m not very good with advanced stats but I think my reasoning here is flawless. Sample sizes are a worthless concept.