There's not much to analyze in the Sixers blowout victory over the Warriors on New Year's Eve. 107-79 was the final score and the Sixers dominated in nearly every statistical category. They won three of the four factors pretty handily -- losing only offensive rebounding rate -- which normally results in a victory.
The stat we've looked at in the advanced box scores throughout the season is shot attempts at the rim. During three of the first four games the Sixers have attempted less shots at the rim than their opponent, including last night's game against the Warriors. However; that stat can be a little deceiving as far as last night is concerned because the Sixers attempted 19 more free throws than the Warriors, and had three more "And 1s", showing the Sixers clearly attacked the basket, despite the relatively low number of shot attempts at the rim.
Another big advantage for the Sixers was points from beyond the arch. The Sixers made 11 threes, compared to the Warriors' four.
Two other stats of note was Evan Turner's 1-5 from 16-23 feet -- don't like that -- and Spencer Hawes continues to rebound like a monster. Contract year anyone?