Thats a good question but I would have to look a few names up. Off the top of my head Im thinking Charles Barkley would be looked at differently. Still its kind of hard to gauge when you dont know what public perception is anyways.
Last edited by Chronz; 12-28-2012 at 09:35 PM.
"It’s absolutely ludicrous” (to judge players based on whether they’ve won a title.)
loses the most - Iverson. in the light of advanced stats he looks an awful lot like Monta Ellis.
The first and last years of Iverson's career were the only seasons of his entire career in which he posted a negative RAPM (ranked amoung the top 10 in SGs everyone of those years). Monta Ellis? He has done so every year of his career. Never a positive statistical player.
Not a good comparison by any means. That's more of an "eye" comparison than a statistical.
Everyone is different but A.I.'s advanced stats have given me a greater understanding and appreciation for him and as a result I think I like him even more. He was never great in terms of advanced metrics but they did one thing, they proved my beliefs on him and his role in the 76ers team to be true. The better teammates he had during his prime the better played the weaker the teammates the more he struggled and had to force it on too many occasions. His advanced stats reflect this.