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elledaddy
04-15-2014, 02:04 AM
Was that the best( JUST OFFENSIVE) season had by any "BIG 3"? You can pick any "BIG 3" or 3 from any team but just judging for one season, not career. I'm just going off regular numbers but Advance stats guys, feel free to use them. For anyone who don't know, RUN TMC was - Tim Hardaway, Mitch Richmond & Chris Mullin.

ONE EXCLUSION.........Cant use Wilt Chamberlin's 50 point season, just screws up everything


TIM HARDADWAY - 22.9 PPG 47% FG( 49 % 2pt) / 38 % 3pt / 80% FT / 9.7 APG / 54% TS
M. RICHMOND - 23.9 PPG 49% FG( 50% 2PT) / 35 % 3PT / 85% FT / 3.1 APG /56% TS
C. MULLIN -25.7 PPG 53% FG (56% 2PT) / 30 % 3PT / 88% FT / 4.0 APG / 62% TS

I'm not qualified to use/explain other Advanced numbers so I didn't, but again feel free to do so. I think this was the best season numbers wise, but maybe somebody knows a better one.


PS... 2010 Miami came close but the FT% I think lost it for them

lol, please
04-15-2014, 02:06 AM
You already know the Warriors set the standard.

Kaner
04-15-2014, 02:13 AM
69-70 lakers are probably better if were able to use other wilt seasons.

Jerry West 31/5/8 on 57.2% ts
Wilt Chamberlain 27/18/4 on 55.4% ts
Elgin Baylor 24/10/4 on 54% ts

LAcowBOMBER
04-15-2014, 02:18 AM
Are you asking who statistically had the best season or what big 3 would I pick to make a team with 2 other scrubs?

elledaddy
04-15-2014, 02:18 AM
69-70 lakers are probably better if were able to use other wilt seasons.

Jerry West 31/5/8 on 57.2% ts
Wilt Chamberlain 27/18/4 on 55.4% ts
Elgin Baylor 24/10/4 on 54% ts


I looked at them but I think I saw the following season. Rebounds don't matter though, good find.

elledaddy
04-15-2014, 02:19 AM
Are you asking who statistically had the best season or what big 3 would I pick to make a team with 2 other scrubs?


just numbers

slashsnake
04-15-2014, 03:34 AM
Nice one... Was thinking on this one..

05-06 Wizards with Jameson, Arenas (the year he was scoring 29 a game) and Caron Butler.

84 Lakers with Magic, Kareem, and Worthy

But... here's my winners

NUGGETS (early 80's when they were consistently year after year scoring 10-15 points more as a team than the 2nd best scoring team in the league, which was usually prime showtime Lakers)

1982..

Alex English, 28.4 PPG 56% TS
Kiki Vanderwege, 26.7 PPG 61% TS
Dan Issel 21.6 PPG 57% TS

all three shot over 51% from the floor. (Didn't shoot the three, team shot 19% from downtown with the old line which was new) All shot 83% or better from the line.

25, 21, and 23 the year before shooting 56, 55, and 53% from the floor. 24, 25, 22 (David Thompson instead of Kiki) the year before that....

Year after for those three were 29, 26, and 20 a game respectively.

asandhu23
04-15-2014, 11:32 PM
Was a very fun roster.