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JordansBulls
05-15-2011, 11:26 PM
Fwiw


championship teams with 2+ guys with 20+ per
heat 2011: Lebron james: 27.3 dwayne wade: 25.6 chris bosh: 19.4

lakers 2010: Pau gasol: 22.9 kobe bryant: 21.9 andrew bynum: 20.2
lakers 2009: Kobe bryant 24.4, pau gasol: 22.2, andrew bynum: 20.0
spurs 2007: Tim duncan: 26.1, manu ginobili: 24.1, tony parker: 21.4
heat 2006: Dwyane wade: 27.6, shaq: 24.4, alonzo mourning: 19.4
spurs 2005: Duncan: 27.0, ginobili: 22.3 tony parker 18.0
lakers 2002: Shaq: 29.7, kobe: 23.2 robert horry: 14.5
lakers 2001- shaq: 30.2, kobe: 24.5 horace grant: 14.3
lakers 2000- shaq: 30.7, kobe: 21.7 glenn rice: 16.2

spurs 1999- robinson: 24.9, duncan: 23.2 mario ellie: 14.5
chicago 1998- jordan: 25.2, scottie pippen: 20.4 toni kukoc: 17.3
chicago 1997- jordan: 27.8, pippen: 21.3, toni kukoc: 20.2
chicago 1996- jordan: 29.4, pippen: 21.0, kukoc: 20.4
houston 1995- hakeem 26.0, clyde drexler: 22.1 kenny smith: 16.2
chicago 1992- jordan: 27.7, pippen: 21.5, horace grant: 20.6
chicago 1991- jordan: 31.6, pippen: 20.6 horace grant: 17.6

boston 1986- larry bird: 25.6, kevin mchale: 21.6, robert parish: 18.8
lakers 1985- magic: 23.2, kareem abdul-jabbar: 22.9 james worthy: 17.0
boston 1984- bird: 24.2, mchale: 20.0, parish: 19.2
sixers 1983- moses malone: 25.1, julius erving: 23.1, mo cheeks: 18.6
lakers 1982- kareem: 23.4, magic: 22.9 jamaal wilkes: 16.5
lakers 1980- kareem: 25.3, magic: 20.6 jamaal wilkes: 17.6

la lakers 1972: Jerry west: 23.1 gail goodrich: 20.1 wilt: 18.5
milwaukee 1971: Kareem: 29.0 oscar robertson: 19.6 bob dandridge: 16.9
ny knicks 1970: Walt frazier: 21.1 willis reed: 20.3 dave debusschere: 14.8

philadelphia 1967: Wilt: 26.5 billy cunningham: 19.3 chet walker: 17.9
boston 1965: Sam jones: 20.7 bill russell: 19.5 john havlicek: 16.3
boston 1962: Tom heinsohn: 20.0 bill russell: 19.4 sam jones: 17.9

boston 1959: Bill russell 20.7 bob cousy 19.9 tom heinsohn: 17.9
st louis 1958: Bob pettit; 26.3 cliff haglan: 22.6 ed macauley: 18.4
boston 1957: Bob cousy: 21.0 bill russell 20.9 bill sharman: 19.4
sixers 1956: Neil johnston: 25.1 paul arizin: 21.3 tom gola: 16.7
minnesota 1953: Mikan 28.8 vern mikkelsen: 21.9 jim pollard: 16.1
minnesota 1952: Mikan 26.3 vern mikkelsen: 21.7 jim pollard: 16.3

teams with 23+ per for #2 guy

championship teams with two players with 23+ per [u]
heat 2011: Lebron james: 27.3 dwayne wade: 25.6 chris bosh: 19.4


spurs 2007: Tim duncan: 26.1, manu ginobili: 24.1, tony parker: 21.4
heat 2006: Dwyane wade: 27.6, shaq: 24.4, alonzo mourning: 19.4
lakers 2002: Shaq: 29.7, kobe: 23.2 robert horry: 14.5
lakers 2001- shaq: 30.2, kobe: 24.5 horace grant: 14.3

spurs 1999- robinson: 24.9, duncan: 23.2 mario ellie: 14.5

lakers 1985- magic: 23.2, kareem abdul-jabbar: 22.9 james worthy: 17.0
sixers 1983- moses malone: 25.1, julius erving: 23.1, mo cheeks: 18.6
lakers 1982- kareem: 23.4, magic: 22.9 jamaal wilkes: 16.5




wade's per as a #2 guy is better than any team in history. And when you throw in bosh on top of that, the heatles are unbeatables on paper
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Bos_Sports4Life
05-16-2011, 12:45 PM
Deff a great combo, deff NOT the best in the history of the NBA.

Heck in my lifetime alone, MJ/Pippen/Whoever is without a doubt better along with Shaq/Kobe/Horry

PatsSoxKnicks
05-16-2011, 02:01 PM
Deff a great combo, deff NOT the best in the history of the NBA.

Heck in my lifetime alone, MJ/Pippen/Whoever is without a doubt better along with Shaq/Kobe/Horry

The third man in those combo's is what makes it questionable though. Horry/Whoever are not nearly as good as Bosh.

Hawkeye15
05-16-2011, 04:34 PM
and they also have the lowest combined PER in the NBA this season, players 4-12.

Which is why they will struggle to win it all this season

Bos_Sports4Life
05-17-2011, 07:39 AM
The third man in those combo's is what makes it questionable though. Horry/Whoever are not nearly as good as Bosh.

I agree but MJ/PIPPEN/Whoever won all 6 titles they played together during an 8 yr stretch (I understand mj came back for the playoffs 1 yr but still)..also kobe/shaq/Horry had a 3peat. I don't think the 3rd player means much when the 1st 2 guys can carry you too several titles..

DR_1
05-17-2011, 07:10 PM
This is Hollinger making these stats, guys. Let's remember that.

Chronz
05-18-2011, 02:13 PM
This is Hollinger making these stats, guys. Let's remember that.
Of course, its why hes risen the ranks from an amateur to a highly respected/notorious ESPN analyst.

Your attempt to belittle him have failed. Your not among your Chi town buddies here, this is a statistical domain.

justinnum1
05-18-2011, 02:24 PM
Of course, its why hes risen the ranks from an amateur to a highly respected/notorious ESPN analyst.

Your attempt to belittle him have failed. Your not among your Chi town buddies here, this is a statistical domain.

:burn:

PatsSoxKnicks
05-18-2011, 02:57 PM
This is Hollinger making these stats, guys. Let's remember that.

http://www.basketball-reference.com/about/per.html

That's how PER is calculated. If it's too much for your brain to handle, don't blame Hollinger for it. And if you want to slob on Rose, do it in the Bulls forum.

Baller1
05-19-2011, 02:27 PM
I don't know what's crazier... The fact that they accomplished this, or the fact that I'm not a bit surprised.

I think they're gonna win it all this year.

PraiseJesus
05-19-2011, 07:06 PM
shaq 01' and 02' 30 per....... holy macacroni

DR_1
05-19-2011, 08:39 PM
http://www.basketball-reference.com/about/per.html

That's how PER is calculated. If it's too much for your brain to handle, don't blame Hollinger for it. And if you want to slob on Rose, do it in the Bulls forum.

Wow, calm down. I didn't even mention Rose in my post. Anyway, I made a mistake, OK? Everyone does.

PatsSoxKnicks
05-20-2011, 12:35 AM
Wow, calm down. I didn't even mention Rose in my post. Anyway, I made a mistake, OK? Everyone does.

My apologies. My intention was definitely not to turn anyone off advanced stats.

However, I do get frustrated when people think that guys like Hollinger, Kubatko, Oliver, etc. just make up these stats to show that their favorite players are the best players. It's a ridiculous notion because these guys do put their work out there for everyone to see. And they explain their work/stats.

As for my comment on Rose, again, I apologize. It was a knee-jerk reaction based on the amount of Bulls fans that tend to get overzealous when talking about Rose. And when I saw your username, I made the assumption that you didn't like Hollinger because Rose wasn't #1 in PER.

Anyways, I hope you'll check out the link that I posted (calculating PER).

Chronz
05-20-2011, 04:29 AM
Wow, calm down. I didn't even mention Rose in my post. Anyway, I made a mistake, OK? Everyone does.

lol it was wrong of us to jump on you, you technically didnt say anything wrong its just some of us have lost patience with Bulls fans. I hope your different

ChiSox219
05-20-2011, 06:08 AM
Check My $tats

http://hoopdata.com/teamadvancedstats.aspx

DR_1
05-21-2011, 02:21 PM
My apologies. My intention was definitely not to turn anyone off advanced stats.

However, I do get frustrated when people think that guys like Hollinger, Kubatko, Oliver, etc. just make up these stats to show that their favorite players are the best players. It's a ridiculous notion because these guys do put their work out there for everyone to see. And they explain their work/stats.

As for my comment on Rose, again, I apologize. It was a knee-jerk reaction based on the amount of Bulls fans that tend to get overzealous when talking about Rose. And when I saw your username, I made the assumption that you didn't like Hollinger because Rose wasn't #1 in PER.

Anyways, I hope you'll check out the link that I posted (calculating PER).

It's alright, it just seemed like I had walked into a warzone lol.

bagwell368
06-17-2011, 09:10 PM
Well if the game was only played by two guys, they might be on to something.