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    PER Leaders so far!

    1) Kyle Lowry - 32.14 (Injured & 4 Games only)
    2) Lebron James - 29.15
    3) Greg Smith - 27.75 (6 Games only)
    4) Kobe Bryant - 27.63
    5) Tim Duncan - 27.53
    6) Kevin Durant - 26.51
    7) Chris Paul - 26.49
    8) JaVale Mcgee - 26.48
    9) Anthony Davis - 25.98 (6 Games only)
    10) MarShon Brooks - 25.03 (4 Games Only)

    Any surprises? Predict your top 10 at the end of the season

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    Lol Kobe and Duncan hit the fountain of youth. It's crazy

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    A lot of this makes me question the 'PER' stat, but its pretty cool to see that Davis is playing really well.
    Go Knicks!

    All time

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    Greg Smith for MVP

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    marshon only plays like 14mpg, this PER system isn't very interesting.....

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    Yeah, obviously there are surprises. Can't imagine Duncan, Kobe and McGee sustaining this.


    People bashing PER because of this, well, calm down and google "sample size".

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    Im amazed at how well and efficient Kobe is playing with the addition of Dwight and the new D'Antoni system. A lot of people doubted Kobe under those 2 additions.

    We'll see if this continues for him once Nash returns and the season goes deeper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ee View Post
    marshon only plays like 14mpg, this PER system isn't very interesting.....
    You dont like knowing how well players are producing given their minutes?
    Yo Kobe, get at me bro, we'd have a good time, man

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    Quote Originally Posted by 310Casper View Post
    Im amazed at how well and efficient Kobe is playing with the addition of Dwight and the new D'Antoni system. A lot of people doubted Kobe under those 2 additions.

    We'll see if this continues for him once Nash returns and the season goes deeper.
    D'Antoni has only been around like a week and it is yet to be seen if they run his traditional system. Kobe was doing this even while the team was learning Princeton sets. I dont there is an offensive system in existence that can stifle Kobe. That said, this is historically efficient for him. Cant blame people for not expecting the unexpected.
    Yo Kobe, get at me bro, we'd have a good time, man

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    Meh, PER is an overrated stat.

    Guys like Rondo constantly have an average PER because they don't score much.

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    Surprised Harden fell so quickly after his ridiculous PER to start the season.

    Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, and Colin Kaepernick walk into a bar... To watch Russell Wilson win the Super Bowl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebbs View Post
    Lol Kobe and Duncan hit the fountain of youth. It's crazy
    x2.

    i was thinking to myself during the Lakers/Spurs game- I really hope Duncan doesn't look like this in the playoffs. It was a strange deja vu- ive been watching kobe and duncan go at it like that for over a decade.

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    it'll all even out when its all said and done


    LETS GO HEAT




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    Why do people continue to bash that which they don't understand? You guys realize you can make a fundamental statistical analysis of an individual and not even use his PER? Honestly nothing really surprises me there though. If have enough brain cells to be able to understand PER, how it is found and what it represents then in truth and in fact you really won't have much of a problem with it.

    This is the list of top 20 qualified PER leaders

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    1	LeBron James-MIA 	29.1
    2	Kobe Bryant-LAL 	27.6
    3	Tim Duncan-SAS 	        27.4
    4	Kevin Durant-OKC 	26.4
    5	Chris Paul-LAC 	        26.4
    6	JaVale McGee-DEN 	26.4
    7	Brook Lopez-BRK 	24.9
    8	Chris Bosh-MIA 	        24.9
    9	Eric Bledsoe-LAC 	24.0
    10	Dwight Howard-LAL 	23.6
    11	Anderson Varejao-CLE 	23.2
    12	Brandan Wright-DAL 	22.9
    13	Kevin Martin-OKC 	22.7
    14	Jamal Crawford-LAC 	22.6
    15	Kenneth Faried-DEN 	22.3
    16	Louis Williams-ATL 	22.3
    17	Nicolas Batum-POR 	22.1
    18	Goran Dragic-PHO 	21.9
    19	Carl Landry-GSW 	21.6
    20	Carmelo Anthony-NYK 	21.6

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    Quote Originally Posted by ee View Post
    marshon only plays like 14mpg, this PER system isn't very interesting.....
    Advanced stats = FAIL

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