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Sox Appeal
12-08-2010, 03:14 AM
Player A:

PPG: 29.3
APG: 7.3
RPG: 8.4
FG%: 46
3PT%: 31.6
TS%: 56.1
PER: 27.1

Player B:

PPG: 26.3
APG: 6.0
RPG: 5.3
FG%: 48.2
3PT%: 34.7
TS%: 57.1
PER: 24.0

Player C:

PPG: 25.5
APG: 5.5
RPG: 6.0
FG%: 44.8
3PT%: 33.7
TS%: 54.3
PER: 22.4

ClipperfanKevin
12-08-2010, 03:29 AM
Player A:

PPG: 29.3
APG: 7.3
RPG: 8.4
FG%: 46
3PT%: 31.6
TS%: 56.1
PER: 27.1

Player B:

PPG: 26.3
APG: 6.0
RPG: 5.3
FG%: 48.2
3PT%: 34.7
TS%: 57.1
PER: 24.0

Player C:

PPG: 25.5
APG: 5.5
RPG: 6.0
FG%: 44.8
3PT%: 33.7
TS%: 54.3
PER: 22.4

I go with player B. From the statistics, I'm going to assume they're all shooting guards, and they're all incredibly well rounded, so I'm going to go with the most efficient scorer.

todu82
12-08-2010, 11:44 AM
I'd go with Player A

Minimal
12-08-2010, 12:40 PM
A for sure.
A looks more like LeBron
B looks more like Wade
C looks more like Kobe

Swashcuff
12-08-2010, 02:13 PM
I go with player B. From the statistics, I'm going to assume they're all shooting guards, and they're all incredibly well rounded, so I'm going to go with the most efficient scorer.

:speechless:

based purely on these stats there is NO WAY anyone could go against player A. May not be as efficient as B but he is still above average.

If you are really assuming they are all SGs then player A must be Michael Jordan.

JordansBulls
12-09-2010, 06:39 PM
Is this over a season or thru 20 games?

bigsams50
12-09-2010, 07:53 PM
Player A without question.

Raph12
12-10-2010, 05:32 AM
I'm guessing they have the same impact on the intangibles?... With that being said, give me B, I'd like to have my wing do only so much (having a team rely heavily on one player can be disasterous).

JordansBulls
12-10-2010, 09:48 AM
Just think it depends on over how many games the sample size is.