Moses is the 12th apostle.
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Moses is the 12th apostle.
His best consecutive run in the playoffs is definitely 2008-2010, but he excellent in 2001 too.
For regular seasons, it's hard to top his production in 2003 and 2006 in terms of raw numbers.
. Youre right. But I do take some issue.
I looked into BMP. I have a few issues with it. First:
Thats important. Thats on the definition page for BPM at basketball-reference. I'll...
What's limiting about acknowledging that said player produced more for longer? what would be limiting would be to ignore that.
I gotta say its a wash man.
Na man. Just the...
peak- ABSOLUTE WASH
longevity and totals- kobe
two way player- kobe
sorry, whats the argument for Bird again?
I'd rather have Danny Green at the price he took.
Hayward got 14.5M last year, and Leonard got 5/94 from the Spurs (which still seems cheap). Im still waiting for someone to explain to me how...
remember when Curry took 44/4?
Wayyy more intriguing finals. If MJ would have only taken one year off, I bet we would have gotten this match up in 1995.
In the 90's Hakeems Rockets, Drexlers Trailblazers, and the Kemp/Payton...
The Celtics made the playoffs in twelve out of thirteen seasons between 1980 and 1992 with Bird. In the four post-seasons between 1980 and 1983 Bird had the following advanced line (44 game sample):...
Heat fans going full 2010 Laker fans here in these rankings.
he just put up the worst WS/48 of his career, excluding 2008.
Portland and Sacramento faced off twelve times in the regular season between 2000 and 2002. 7-5 Portland. Portland swept 2000, 2001 was 3-1 Sacramento and 2002 was a 2-2 wash.
I agree with Chronz. Per minute in a playoff series Duncan is possibly still the guy, but Wall is the other best two way player on the board. he can carry the team load and is better than every other...
Khris Middleton 2015 playoffs- 11/34, 32.4%
Jimmy Butler 2015 playoffs- 28/72, 39%.
Kyle Korver 2015 playoffs- 39/110, 35.5%
Danny Green 2015 playoffs- 12/40, 30%
Even excellent proven shooters...
but dood, peak stats.
In the regular season he shot 38% on 3 attempts per game, and he improved that mark in the post-season 39% on six attempts per game. Which is great.
Jimmy is a two way asset.
Combine all regular season and post-season games from last season and Butler surpassed Duncan in WS/48.
why? i think they're both late to the party. ...the bucket party.
A true shooting increase from .522% to .583%, combined with his offensive win shares nearly quadropling from 2.4 in 2013-2014 to 8.2 last year isn't enough for you to be sold on his offensive...
Kobe has played 14,500 more minutes than Magic. Kobe was the better two way player. he's the Laker leader in career WS.
nobodys supposed to be doing that though. it should be what they've done up to this moment only.
i think Shaq and Wilts peak are just as good as LBJs, a few decimal points in PER doesn't alter...
Butler. he's becoming one of the best two way wings in the league and has surpassed Melo, imo.
the bulls need to just officially give this guy the reigns. chicago is incredibly lucky to have...
I dont dispute that. but Duncan and Kobe on an elevated level when we talk specifically about longevity. and to counter your point, Duncans peak is closer to Shaqs peak than Shaqs longevity is to...
Shaq over Duncan, James over Bryant. PSD has chosen peak incarnation over most impressive career start to finish. i like peak, not as much as you guys. interesting to see Magic and Bird get punished...
Portland. slightly better defensively, more mature, just as talented. young guys don't know that Portland had the Lakers beat before that Laker 4th quarter in 2000. Portland wasn't as mentally...
The post all-star break 2011 Lakers was looking like the best incarnation of the entire run. They went 17-1 with the most dominant defense in the league. then something gave out. they lost five of...
Butler by a hair over Gasol for me.