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    Dirk Nowitzki flirting with his second 50/40/90 FG% season

    He's currently at .495 FG% .419 3PFG% .927 FT%



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    TOP 15 player in the NBA for sure. That jumpshot ages gracefully.
    Aight, lemme end this with a KO right now:

    Ryne Sandberg: 9282 PA | 4.05 fWAR/600 | 4.2 rWAR/600 PA
    Chase Utley: 5128 PA | 6.32 fWAR/600 PA | 6.26 rWAR/600 PA

    Utley has 1/2 as many PAs right now...thats definitely whats hurting his HOF hopes, but he has been clearly more valuable than Sandberg in his career. If he can get another 2000 PA (3 full seasons) of 4.5+ WAR rate, then he >>> Sandbage

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    My favorite basketball player of all time.

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    Nice to see him still going strong. As much as I've never been fond of Monta, he's certainly been a big help. Taking some of the scoring burden off of Dirk simply can't hurt him at all.

    For some context, only 12 players that played significant time have ever done it. Nash has done it 4 times. Kerr, Calderon, KD, Reggie and Mark Price have done it once. Bird has done it twice. It's certainly an arbitrary thing with arbitrary cut offs, but it's definitely quite telling of an accomplishment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManRamForPrez24 View Post
    Nice to see him still going strong. As much as I've never been fond of Monta, he's certainly been a big help. Taking some of the scoring burden off of Dirk simply can't hurt him at all.

    For some context, only 12 players that played significant time have ever done it. Nash has done it 4 times. Kerr, Calderon, KD, Reggie and Mark Price have done it once. Bird has done it twice. It's certainly an arbitrary thing with arbitrary cut offs, but it's definitely quite telling of an accomplishment.
    Hard to give it to Nash when he doesn't look to score and picks his spots. For a player like Dirk who is known for scoring, this is much more impressive.

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    Monta and Dirk are a near-perfect match on paper. Monta is basically JJ Barea on steroids for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlashBolt View Post
    Hard to give it to Nash when he doesn't look to score and picks his spots. For a player like Dirk who is known for scoring, this is much more impressive.
    In Nash's prime he was taking 4+ threes a game and 12-15 shots a game. Certainly not in Dirk's range, but there are tons of players throughout the history of the sport who have shot as much or fewer than Nash and never did what he did or even got close. Again, we're talking about a very selective group. It's still VERY impressive. Maybe not as much, but certainly.

    Nash had the 5th most FGAs one of the seasons he did it too. Less than Bird (x2), KD and Dirk, but still, 5th. And he did it 4 times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManRamForPrez24 View Post
    In Nash's prime he was taking 4+ threes a game and 12-15 shots a game. Certainly not in Dirk's range, but there are tons of players throughout the history of the sport who have shot as much or fewer than Nash and never did what he did or even got close. Again, we're talking about a very selective group. It's still VERY impressive. Maybe not as much, but certainly.

    Nash had the 5th most FGAs one of the seasons he did it too. Less than Bird (x2), KD and Dirk, but still, 5th. And he did it 4 times.
    In a way, its almost more impressive considering Nash had to focus on being the engine of the offense, getting everyone else involved, and on top of that creating his own shots at a 50/40/90 clip. Guys like Dirk only have to pick spots to score. Nash had to pick spots to score around creating shots for everyone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D-Leethal View Post
    In a way, its almost more impressive considering Nash had to focus on being the engine of the offense, getting everyone else involved, and on top of that creating his own shots at a 50/40/90 clip. Guys like Dirk only have to pick spots to score. Nash had to pick spots to score around creating shots for everyone else.
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    If Dirk averages at least 18 PPG the rest of the season and next 3 years, he will be behind only Kareem, Karl Malone, MJ, & Kobe on the all time scoring list



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    Quote Originally Posted by ManRamForPrez24 View Post
    Nice to see him still going strong. As much as I've never been fond of Monta, he's certainly been a big help. Taking some of the scoring burden off of Dirk simply can't hurt him at all.

    For some context, only 12 players that played significant time have ever done it. Nash has done it 4 times. Kerr, Calderon, KD, Reggie and Mark Price have done it once. Bird has done it twice. It's certainly an arbitrary thing with arbitrary cut offs, but it's definitely quite telling of an accomplishment.
    Not all of those guys did qualify to be considered. Like Kerr and Calderon. If you consider them nonetheless, the only guy in the 50/50/90 club is Kerr. Hail to the king.

    Btw, imo Dirk won't join that club again this year. He's close though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LTBaByyy View Post
    If Dirk averages at least 18 PPG the rest of the season and next 3 years, he will be behind only Kareem, Karl Malone, MJ, & Kobe on the all time scoring list
    Damn, that would be an awesome feat for Dirk. He can do it if he really wants to go for it. I am sure Cuban won't mind keeping Dirk for as long as Dirk wants it going.

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    Dat ***** Dirk.

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    Calderon is also flirting with his 2nd season.

    47-47-89.5

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    calderon
    40 on three eeeaassyyyy
    ft 90 he will be around 92 at the end of the saison
    50 from the field hmm he can do it

    mavs with 2 50/40/90 players nice to see

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