Game Score; the formula is PTS + 0.4 * FG - 0.7 * FGA - 0.4*(FTA - FT) + 0.7 * ORB + 0.3 * DRB + STL + 0.7 * AST + 0.7 * BLK - 0.4 * PF - TOV. Game Score was created by John Hollinger to give a rough measure of a player's productivity for a single game. The scale is similar to that of points scored, i.e., 40 is an outstanding performance, 10 is an average performance, etc
So do you now understand what is game score? You and Myles both said its scoring and that statement couldn't be more ignorant. I mean seriously before trying to attack my argument do some research on what is being discussed.
At no point did I say anything about size and strength not being important but fact is it is less important than the actual PLAY of the player. Their production on the floor their ability to raise their game come playoff time. Karl Malone was bigger stronger and better defensively than Charles Barkley in the post season. That however didn't make him a better post season performer than Chuck. It just meant he had better physical attributes.
Size is important in basketball hell its important in every contact sport however size isn't the most important thing there is. Production is. If you don't understand that I don't know what game you're watching.