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 Post subject: Re: Trivia
PostPosted: Sat Jul 08, 2017 1:00 am 
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Among players over 30, a top 100 VORP seasons search includes VORP down to 4.5.
VORP reaches back to 1974. Since 1974, there are 100 seasons of Win Shares > 10.7
Just 69 players (30 and older) are in the top 100 of both metrics.
http://bkref.com/tiny/PHoH0

Similarly, in playoffs we find 100 with vorp > .93, or WS > 1.96; and 79 are in both lists.
http://bkref.com/tiny/qb0NP

Then we have 27 players who have made all 4 top-100's
To rank their 'years', an xyz is created.
xyz = sqrt((rsVORP+3*poVORP)*(rsWS+3*poWS))
1999 and 2012 are not represented, due to short seasons.
Code:
xyz     player  yr   age   VORP   WS    vorp   ws
22.0   Jordan  1996   32   8.3   20.4   1.9   4.7
21.6   LeBron  2016   31   7.6   13.6   3.1   4.7
20.8  Olajuwon 1994   31   7.5   14.3   2.8   4.3
20.0   Jordan  1997   33   6.8   18.3   2.2   3.9
19.5   LeBron  2017   32   7.3   12.9   2.5   4.3

19.0   Bird    1987   30   8.5   15.2   2.0   3.2
18.8   Magic   1991   31   7.6   15.4   2.1   3.3
18.0   Jordan  1998   34   5.3   15.8   1.8   4.8
17.7   Malone  1998   34   6.9   16.4   1.8   3.0
17.5  Olajuwon 1993   30   8.5   15.8   1.6   2.4

xyz     player  yr   age   VORP   WS    vorp   ws
17.2   Garnett 2008   31   5.5   12.9   2.1   4.1
16.9   Bird    1988   31   8.1   15.0   1.6   2.4
16.8   Erving  1982   31   6.9   13.3   1.9   3.0
16.7   Malone  1996   32   7.4   15.1   1.6   2.6
16.7   Kareem  1980   32   6.8   14.8   1.5   3.3

16.4   Pippen  1996   30   6.3   12.3   2.1   3.0
16.2   Duncan  2007   30   6.3   13.0   1.7   3.3
15.9   Malone  1994   30   6.9   13.4   1.4   3.1
15.8   Kobe    2009   30   4.9   12.7   1.9   3.6
15.6   Barry   1975   30   6.0   12.7   1.7   3.1

xyz     player  yr   age   VORP   WS    vorp   ws
15.1   Drexler 1995   32   5.9   11.7   1.7   3.0
15.1   Ewing   1994   31   4.9   13.1   1.7   3.2
14.8   Pippen  1997   31   6.7   13.1   1.4   2.3
14.2   Pierce  2008   30   4.9   12.4   1.5   3.0
14.1  Olajuwon 1995   32   5.3   10.7   1.7   2.8

13.5   Shaq    2003   30   5.3   13.2   1.2   2.4
12.6   Kareem  1985   37   4.6   11.2   1.3   2.5
Jordan and Malone have the top 2 years by a player over 33, both for 1998.
Jordan and LeBron are 20 years separated. Bird and Garnett, too.


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 Post subject: Re: Trivia
PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2017 10:19 pm 
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For all player-postseasons since 1974, there are 100 with Win Shares > 3.0
The top 100 VORP in playoffs go down to 1.6
Making both top-100s are 72 instances; in 34 years, that's just over 2 per year.

A single rating is reached by (WS + 1.8*vorp)/2
Code:
year   v:w   playoff   G   WS   VORP
1974   4.6   Kareem   16   4.7   2.5
1974   3.3   Havlicek 18   3.5   1.7
1975   3.1   Barry    17   3.1   1.7
1976  (2.8   Cowens        2.7   1.6)
1977   3.4   Kareem   11   3.2   2.0
1977   3.3   Erving   19   3.4   1.8
1978  (2.9   Hayes         3.1   1.5)
1979  (2.4   Dandridge     2.5   1.3)

year   v:w   playoff   G   WS   VORP
1980  (3.0   Magic         2.8   1.8)
1981   3.4   Bird     17   3.1   2.0
1982  (3.2   Erving        3.0   1.9)
1983  (2.3   Moses         2.8   1.0)
1984   5.0   Bird     23   4.7   2.9
1984   3.4   Magic    21   3.5   1.8
1984   3.1   Kareem   21   3.3   1.6
1985  (2.8   Magic         3.0   1.4)
1986   4.3   Bird     18   4.2   2.4
1986   3.5   Olajuwon 20   3.7   1.8
1987   3.7   Magic    18   3.7   2.0
1987   3.4   Bird     23   3.2   2.0
1988   3.6   Magic    24   4.0   1.8
1988   3.6   Isiah    23   3.0   2.3
1989   4.4   Jordan   17   4.0   2.7

year   v:w   playoff   G   WS   VORP
1990   4.5   Jordan   16   4.0   2.8
1990   3.4   Isiah    20   3.1   2.1
1991   4.9   Jordan   17   4.8   2.8
1991   3.5   Magic    19   3.3   2.1
1992   4.5   Jordan   22   4.1   2.7
1992   3.6   Drexler  21   3.4   2.1
1992   3.5   Pippen   22   3.1   2.2
1992   3.4   Grant    22   3.3   1.9
1993   4.5   Jordan   19   4.4   2.5
1993   4.3   Barkley  24   4.6   2.2
1994   4.7   Olajuwon 23   4.3   2.8
1994   3.1   Ewing    25   3.2   1.7
1995  (3.0   Drexler  22   3.0   1.7)               
1996   4.1   Jordan   18   4.7   1.9
1996   3.4   Pippen   18   3.0   2.1
1996   3.2   Payton   21   3.1   1.8
1997   3.9   Jordan   19   3.9   2.2
1997   3.0   Stockton 20   3.1   1.6
1998   4.0   Jordan   21   4.8   1.8
1998   3.1   Malone   20   3.0   1.8
1999   3.5   Duncan   17   3.7   1.8

year   v:w   playoff   G   WS   VORP
2000   4.4   Shaq     23   4.7   2.3
2000   3.2   Reggie   22   3.6   1.6
2001   3.3   Kobe     16   3.8   1.6
2001   3.3   Allen    18   3.6   1.7
2002   3.3   Shaq     19   3.8   1.6
2003   6.1   Duncan   24   5.9   3.5
2003   3.1  B Wallace 17   3.1   1.7
2004   3.7   Shaq     22   3.9   1.9
2004   3.6  B Wallace 23   3.6   2.0
2005   4.2   Billups  25   4.6   2.1
2005   4.0   Ginobili 23   4.2   2.1
2005   3.1  B Wallace 25   3.2   1.7
2006   4.9   Dirk     23   5.4   2.4
2006   4.7   Wade     23   4.8   2.6
2007   4.0   LeBron   20   3.7   2.4
2007   3.2   Duncan   20   3.3   1.7
2008   3.9   Garnett  26   4.1   2.1
2008   3.3   Kobe     21   3.2   1.9
2009   5.0   LeBron   14   4.8   2.9
2009   4.3   Kobe     23   4.7   2.2
2009   4.1   Dwight   23   4.5   2.1
2009   4.0   Gasol    23   4.3   2.0

year   v:w   playoff   G   WS   VORP
2010   3.9   Gasol    23   4.3   1.9
2010   3.5   Kobe     23   3.6   1.9
2011   4.0   LeBron   21   3.8   2.3
2011   3.7   Wade     21   3.7   2.0
2012   5.8   LeBron   23   5.8   3.2
2012   3.8   Durant   20   4.0   2.0
2013   5.2   LeBron   23   5.2   2.9
2014   4.3   LeBron   20   4.3   2.4
2015   3.9   Curry    21   3.9   2.2
2015   3.9   LeBron   20   3.0   2.7
2016   5.1   LeBron   21   4.7   3.1
2016   3.4   Draymond 23   3.1   2.0
2017   4.4   LeBron   18   4.3   2.5
2017   3.5   Curry    17   3.4   2.0

http://bkref.com/tiny/dNS1E
All these were finalists, except: Kareem '77, Jordan'89/90, Ray Allen'01, Ben Wallace'03, LeBron'09
Two from one team is uncommon, but the '92 Bulls have 3 on the list. Jordan, Pippen, and Grant were #1-2-4 in VORP and 1-6-4 in WS. They had 70% of Bulls' WS and 93% of the vorp.

ADDED: Top rate for years in which nobody qualified in both WS and VORP top100's (parentheses).


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 Post subject: Re: Trivia
PostPosted: Wed Aug 02, 2017 1:18 pm 
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Progressive high NBA FT% records:
Code:
year   FT%
1950  .714
1951  .733
1952  .735
1955  .738
1956  .745
1957  .751
1959  .756
1973  .758
1974  .771
1976a .771
2009  .771
2017  .772
These are for the league as a whole. They just re-set the record!
ABA .ft% increased in every year but one.
https://www.basketball-reference.com/le ... stats.html
The top 100 team FT% -- NBA and ABA -- reach down to .793. Annual number of teams hitting .793 or greater:
Code:
yr   #      yr   #
57   1      00   2
58   1      01   2
73   4      02   2
74   2      03   3
75   4      04   3
76   1      05   2
77   2      06   1
78   2      07   2
79   1      08   3
80   2      09   7
82   1      10   2
83   1      11   4
84   1      12   
85   3      13   2
86   2      14   3
87   2      15   1
88   3      16   3
89   4      17   8
90   4         
91   5         
92   2         
93   2         
On both lists, a big lull during the Wilt era and (somewhat) in the Shaq era.


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 Post subject: Re: Trivia
PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2017 6:05 pm 
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This is a particularly trivial bit of historic trivia. According to b-r.com, the ABA had these minimum requirements for " three-point field goal percentage (3P%) "
Code:
1967-68 to 1973-74 ABA  20 3P
1974-75            ABA  27 3P
1975-76            ABA  20 3P
Why did the ABA, for one year only, raise the requirement to 27 3FG made? After which it went right back to 20?!
The official leaders for 1975:
Code:
3fg%   player      tm   3fg/a
.420   B Shepherd  Mem  60/143
.396   Dampier     Ken  38/96
.362   A Smith     Uta  34/94

(.426  R Mount     Mem  20/47)
Was Rick Mount so unloved by the league -- perhaps also on his own team -- that they deliberately excluded him from this little honor?
Why didn't they just make the requirement 21 3FG instead of 27 ?


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 Post subject: Re: Trivia
PostPosted: Fri Sep 01, 2017 1:27 pm 
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Of 'active' players with >10,000 career RS minutes, the top 20 career Usg% are ranked by
xyz = Usg*(ORtg/DRtg)^2
Code:
xyz            ORtg  DRtg   Usg
41.6   LeBron   116   103   32.8
37.5   Durant   117   105   30.2
35.7   Wade     110   104   31.9
35.1  Westbrook 109   105   32.6
34.7   Davis    115   103   27.8
34.1   Harden   117   106   28.0
33.3   Dirk     116   104   26.8
33.3   Curry    117   106   27.3
32.0   Griffin  113   105   27.6
31.4   Carmelo  108   108   31.4
31.4   Cousins  103   104   32.0
30.4   Kyrie    112   109   28.8
30.0   Pierce   109   103   26.8
29.8   Isaiah   116   111   27.3
29.1   Lillard  113   110   27.6
28.7   Vince    109   106   27.1
26.4   Rose     106   109   27.9
26.2   Wall     104   106   27.2
25.7   DeRozan  108   110   26.7
22.5   Beasley   99   108   26.8

http://bkref.com/tiny/d0cMM
Same deal for top 20 Usg% in the 3-pt era, minimum 20k minutes RS:
Code:
xyz            ORtg  DRtg   Usg
43.7   Jordan   118   103   33.3
41.6   LeBron   116   103   32.8
37.5   Durant   117   105   30.2
36.9   Shaq     113   101   29.5
36.8   Malone   113   101   29.4
35.7   Wade     110   104   31.9
35.1  Westbrook 109   105   32.6
34.9   Kobe     110   105   31.8
34.1   Harden   117   106   28.0
32.9   Olajuwon 108    98   27.1
32.6   Nique    112   108   30.3
32.1   Ewing    106    99   28.0
31.6   McGrady  108   104   29.3
31.4   Carmelo  108   108   31.4
31.2   Iverson  105   106   31.8
28.8   King     110   109   28.3
28.6   Aguirre  109   110   29.1
27.8   English  112   111   27.3
25.5   G Rob    102   107   28.1
24.8 Stackhouse 103   108   27.3

Here's a possibly comprehensive list of highest single season Usg% with best ORtg (or better DRtg when tied).
In other words, nobody has hit a higher ORtg with a higher Usg%. Minimum 2000 minute season.
Code:
xyz   Usg:ORtg  yr   ORtg  DRtg   Usg
48.4 Westbrook 2017   112   104   41.7
45.6   Kobe    2006   114   105   38.7
48.5   Jordan  1987   117   104   38.3
47.2   Jordan  1993   119   102   34.7
50.6   Jordan  1988   123   101   34.1
51.2   Jordan  1996   124   100   33.3
49.4   Jordan  1991   125   102   32.9
35.7   Dantley 1984   126   112   28.2
36.3   Barkley 1988   126   108   26.7
35.0   Magic   1990   126   106   24.8
33.7   Barkley 1989   127   108   24.4
35.7   Barkley 1990   128   105   24.0
29.3   Reggie  1991   130   114   22.5
26.0   HoGrant 1992   132   102   15.5
21.3  Chandler 2013   133   104   13.0
21.3  Chandler 2015   133   103   12.8
These aren't all the best xyz seasons; Tyson Chandler has the 2 highest ORtg in the era, but with low Usage.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:46 pm 
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Started this exercise to see about young players in the league now, and how their career totals rank through a given age.
http://bkref.com/tiny/ogxnK
Just looked at top 100 RS minutes thru each age, sorted by categories, looked for 2017 in the To column, listing players in the top 25 at their age.
Only LeBron and Durant had scored more RS points thru age 21, than has Andrew Wiggins.
Code:
Age 20     Pt  Rb  As  St  Bk
D Booker    5      19
D' Russell 15       9   8
M Turner   21  15           7
E Mudiay            7

Age 21     Pt  Rb  As  St  Bk
A Wiggins   3          21
K-A Towns  13   8          24
Porzingis                  16

Age 22     Pt  Rb  As  St  Bk
Giannis A  18  13  19  19  11
E Payton           12
Antetokounmpo is on pace to finish in the alltime top 20 in all five totals!
Of course "on pace" at this early juncture is highly speculative. Devin Booker is not very likely to outscore almost everyone, nor finish among the top 20 in assists.
More years makes for more likelihood:
Code:
Age 23     Pt  Rb  As  St  Bk
A Davis     7   4      21   4
B Beal     24
A Drummond      2      14   7

Age 24     Pt  Rb  As  St  Bk
K Irving   15      18

Age 25     Pt  Rb  As  St  Bk
T Thompson     20

Age 26     Pt  Rb  As  St  Bk
D Cousins      15          21
G Monroe       22
J Wall              5  10
J Holiday          18

Age 27     Pt  Rb  As  St  Bk
J Harden   15      17  19
S Ibaka                     5
Drummond has more rebounds thru age 23 than Moses had thru age 24.
The old-timers have a big advantage in raw rebounds, since there used to be more; but they aren't among the competition in steals and blocks.
The next group are mostly past the midpoint of their careers:
Code:
Age 28     Pt  Rb  As  St  Bk
K Durant    3              16
Westbrook  15       8  12
S Curry            16  19
T Young                16

Age 29     Pt  Rb  As  St  Bk
M Conley           20  24

Age 31     Pt  Rb  As  St  Bk
D Howard        4           4
C Paul              4   2
M Ellis                19
L Aldridge                 19

Age 32     Pt  Rb  As  St  Bk
L James     1       8  12  23
C Anthony   6
D Williams          9
This doesn't include playoffs. Perhaps PO-only will be another project.
The population thins out with advancing age, so I'm condensing the format:
Code:
Age 33+  Age  Pt  Rb  As  St  Bk
Iguodala  33              20
T Parker  34          11
D Wade    35              24
P Gasol   36      23          10
Nowitzki  38   6  24          19
P Pierce  39  15          16
J Terry   39              24
V Carter  40  22


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Highest avg GameScore thru first 3 games of a season, since 1984:
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GmSc  1st 3 G    yr    TS%    Pts  Reb  Ast  Stl  Blk
35.5   Curry    2016   .760    39    6    7    2    0
34.7   Jordan   1990   .651    39    8    6    4    1
33.6   Giannis  2018   .709    38   10    5    3    1
32.1   M Adams  1992   .659    32    5   13    5    0
31.8   Shaq     1994   .715    38    9    1    1    3
31.7   A Davis  2017   .582    38   12    3    2    3
31.2  Westbrook 2017   .567    39   12   12    1    0
These are straight per-game averages.
Other than Michael Adams, none but first-ballot HOF types in the top 30 on this list.
http://bkref.com/tiny/azQPG
After 5 games, Adams is long gone... and Giannis would be #1 at these rates.

Meanwhile the best rookie starts in 34 years are Jordan, Robinson, MCW, Wall, and Grant Hill -- 20 to 22.6 GmSc
This year's turnout is a bit sub-par:
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GmSc  1st 3 G   rk    TS%   Pts  Reb  Ast  Stl   TO
13.2   Simmons  33   .463    16   10    6    1    3
12.2   Kuzma    51   .673    14    4    2    1    1
10.4   Ball     94   .411    13    9    9    1    4

Jarrett Allen (Brk) leads rookies in blocks with 5, after 29 minutes in 2 games.
Shawn Bradley had 10 blocks in his first 2 games (53 min), 1993-94.
Kenneth Faried had 5 in just 19 min.

Dillon Brooks (Mem) with 5 steals in 2 games, 62 min.
Michael Phelps had 6 in his first 14 minutes (1985-86, Sea)

In 3 games, Lonzo Ball (LAL) has 26 assists in 103 minutes.
In 2001-2, Jamaal Tinsley had 31 in 86 minutes. Fewer TO also (7 to 11)
However, nobody else has 28 rebounds and 26 Ast in their first 3 games.

The only players to total 35 Pts, 20 Reb, and 15 Ast in their first 3 NBA games: LeBron, Lonzo, Ben Simmons and Lionel Simmons ('90-91).
Since 1984
http://bkref.com/tiny/mJS7h

UPDATE -- With a measly 32-14-6 outing, Giannis plunges to 5th best start thru 4 games of a season.
Ben Simmons notched a 3-D with excellent shooting, and he rockets up to 9th best GmSc thru 4 games of a rookie campaign; behind only Robinson, Jordan, G Hill, Shaq, MCW, Iverson, Willie Anderson, and Mutombo.
De'Aaron Fox (Sac) and John Collins (Atl) join the top 100 since 1984.


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 Post subject: Re: Trivia
PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2017 12:17 pm 
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Quote:
... young players in the league now, and how their career totals rank through a given age.
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Age 22 . . Pt Rb As St Bk
Giannis A 18 13 19 19 11...
Antetokounmpo is on pace to finish in the alltime top 20 in all five totals!

This is a poorly thought-out assertion! Giannis has played a lot more than almost anyone at his age. Hereafter, he has no advantage in minutes.
Through 323 regular season games, he doesn't even rank in the top 100 of any but blocks.
Even so, it's a short list of players with more points, rebounds, and assists thru their first 323 games:
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-323 G     Pts   Reb   Ast  Stl  Blk  GmSc
G Hill    6719  2644  2089  526  220  17.2
Griffin   6916  3239  1189  314  198  16.9
Webber    6468  3198  1356  482  597  16.5
L Johnson 6364  3037  1302  256  135  16.1
Daugherty 5872  2875  1198  237  209  14.2

Giannis   4912  2246  1164  370  415  12.8
L Simmons 5256  2475  1305  461  313  12.6
Odom      5212  2603  1418  327  379  12.0

http://bkref.com/tiny/K6nzJ
Only Webber has more of all 5, or even more blocks.
None of these guys had especially long runs of excellence. Griffin may, but he's been injured a lot.
This is since 1984 only.


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 Post subject: Re: Trivia
PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2017 5:07 pm 
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last night's clippers 104 blazers 103 game, clippers' starters each played 34-40 minutes, no bench player played even 20 minutes...

clippers had 36 FGM, but not a single assist from their starting backcourt (patrick beverley 34 min, austin rivers 35 min) and only 1 assist the whole game from their guards...


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 Post subject: Re: Trivia
PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2017 8:41 pm 
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That is odd. In their first 3 games, they were consistently at 54-55% Ast/FG. Then last night 31% (11/36)
It was also their worst 3FG% night and their most prolific at the FT line.
They had 12 steals in each of their previous games, only 4 last night.


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 Post subject: Re: Trivia
PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 9:33 pm 
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Antetokounpo has the 2nd best BPM of all time.
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BPM    per100    yr    TS%    Pts   Reb   Ast  Stl  Blk   TO
15.6  Westbrook 2017  .554   44.8  15.1  14.7  2.3   .5  7.7
15.0  Giannis   2018  .675   44.3  13.4   7.1  3.0  1.3  4.6
13.0  LeBron    2009  .591   40.8  10.9  10.4  2.4  1.6  4.3
12.6  Jordan    1989  .614   40.0   9.9   9.9  3.6  1.0  4.4
12.5  Curry     2016  .669   42.5   7.7   9.4  3.0   .3  4.7


How is Westbrook following up his record season?
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Russell Westbrook
yr   TS%   Pts   Reb   Ast  Stl  Blk   TO  PER  WS/48   BPM
17  .554  44.8  15.1  14.7  2.3   .5  7.7  30.6  .224  15.6
18  .572  31.0  12.6  16.5  1.9   .5  8.5  24.3  .176   5.7

Carmelo Anthony
yr   TS%   Pts   Reb   Ast  Stl  Blk   TO  PER  WS/48   BPM
17  .535  32.7   9.3   4.4  1.5   .7  3.9  17.9  .089  -0.7
18  .567  33.6   5.0   2.2  1.9  1.9  3.3  19.2  .135  -1.6

Paul George
yr   TS%   Pts   Reb   Ast  Stl  Blk   TO  PER  WS/48   BPM
17  .587  33.0   9.2   4.7  2.2   .5  4.1  20.2  .126   2.8
18  .524  27.5   6.5   4.3  3.4   .9  3.4  16.6  .118  -0.1
per 100 possession rates shown


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 Post subject: Re: Trivia
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Will the Giannis Show win more games than the Russ Show of last season?


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 Post subject: Re: Trivia
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Here's Giannis and everyone else in the shot clock era who's in the top 5 in BPM, PER, or WS/48 at age 23.
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player     yr    PER   WS/48  BPM
Giannis   2018   37.2  .349  15.0
Kareem    1971   29.0  .326 
Paul      2009   30.0  .292  11.2
McGrady   2003   30.3  .262   9.7
Jordan    1987   29.8  .247   8.6
LeBron    2008   29.1  .242  11.2
Barkley   1987   25.1  .210   9.2


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 Post subject: Re: Trivia
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Last nite, Olynyk made seven FTs in his first game vs the Celtics. He never made that many in any of the 304 games he played for the Celtics.


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 Post subject: Re: Trivia
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Through 5 games, Olynyk is enjoying career high rates almost everywhere.
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prev.  mpg    PER   TS%   TRb%   Ast%   Blk%   TO%   BPM
high  22.2   16.3  .603   14.8   15.2   2.1   16.0   2.1
2018  23.7   20.5  .694   16.5   15.9   2.6   23.9   3.5
His WS/48 is not career highest but is above his career avg.
EDIT: Numbers now thru 6 games; and his WS/48 is in fact a career best .149 (prev. .141)
He had 23 points on 13 shots last night.


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