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P&GRealist
05-15-2014, 03:57 PM
Let's see who has the best or most intriguing one of all.

For example: Kobe Bryant


35.4 PPG (2006)
6.9 RPG (2003)
6.0 APG (2005 & 2013)
2.2 SPG (2003)
1.0 BPG (1999)
46.9% FG (2002)
38.3% 3s (2003)
86.8% FTs (2007)

still1ballin
05-15-2014, 04:01 PM
Hmmm.

Gibby23
05-15-2014, 04:05 PM
Let's see who has the best or most intriguing one of all.

For example: Kobe Bryant


35.4 PPG (2006)
6.9 RPG (2003)
6.3 APG (2014)
2.2 SPG (2003)
1.0 BPG (1999)
46.9% FG (2002)
38.3% 3s (2003)
86.8% FTs (2007)

Kobe played 6 games last year and averaged 5.7 turnovers also. You might want to put his assists at 6.0 for 2013.

Cavs_Fan24
05-15-2014, 04:08 PM
Kevin Garnett

24.2ppg (2004)
13.9reb (2004)
6.0ast (2003)
1.7stl (98 & 99)
2.2blk (2004)
.539fg (2008)
.370 3pt (2000)
.862 ft (2011)


03-04 KG was a beast

P&GRealist
05-15-2014, 04:09 PM
Kobe played 6 games last year and averaged 5.7 turnovers also. You might want to put his assists at 6.0 for 2013.

Good point. He also had 6.0 in 2005. I'll change it, thanks!

mngopher35
05-15-2014, 04:21 PM
The Greatest

37.1 ppg (87)
8 apg (89)
8 rpg (89)
3.2 spg (88)
1.6 bpg (88)
53.9 % FG (91)
42.7 % 3pt (96)
85.7 % FT (87)

I'll try another player soon, just wanted to see that one first haha.

P&GRealist
05-15-2014, 04:23 PM
the greatest

37 ppg (87)
8 apg (89)
8 rpg (89)
3.2 spg (88)
1.6 bpg (88)
53.9 % fg (91)
42.7 % 3pt (96)
85.7 % ft (87)

i'll try another player soon, just wanted to see that one first haha.

37.1 ppg ;)

1225
05-15-2014, 04:33 PM
Wilt Chamberlain

Pts - 61-62 - 50.4
Reb - 60-61 - 27.2
Ast - 67-68 - 8.6
Blocks and Steals weren't recorded but if they were it is reported that he would have had 10-12 blocks and 5 steals in his best seasons.

mngopher35
05-15-2014, 04:36 PM
37.1 ppg ;)

Edited. Could you imagine a season like that though. I mean we could look into the past and get some ridiculous numbers from wilt but in the more recent era that is pretty insane.

P&GRealist
05-15-2014, 04:37 PM
LeBron James:

31.4 PPG (2006)
8.0 RPG (2013)
8.6 APG (2010)
2.2 SPG (2005)
1.1 BPG (2008 & 2009)
56.7% FG (2014)
40.6% 3s (2013)
78.0% FTs (2009)

P&GRealist
05-15-2014, 04:38 PM
Edited. Could you imagine a season like that though. I mean we could look into the past and get some ridiculous numbers from wilt but in the more recent era that is pretty insane.

Best real true stat line by far in the modern day era.

HouRealCoach
05-15-2014, 04:43 PM
32.1 ppg (03)
7.9 rpg (02)
6.5 apg (07)
46% FG (01)
1.7 spg (05)
1.9 bpg (00)
30.3 PER

Guess who? Lol

P&GRealist
05-15-2014, 04:46 PM
32.1 ppg (03)
7.9 rpg (02)
6.5 apg (07)
46% FG (01)
1.7 spg (05)
1.9 bpg (00)
30.3 PER

Guess who? Lol

TMac?!

ManRam
05-15-2014, 04:49 PM
Tracy McGody

32.0 points (25th best ever)
6.5 assists
7.9 rebounds
45.7 FG%
45.5 3PT%
80.1 FT%
1.7 steals
1.9 blocks
30.3 PER (16th best ever)
16.1 WS

HouRealCoach
05-15-2014, 04:52 PM
TMac?!

Bingo!

cmellofan15
05-15-2014, 04:53 PM
I'll do some surprising ones

C Webb

27.1 PPG (00-01)
13.0 RPG (98-99)
5.4 APG (02-03)
2.2 BPG (93-94)
1.8 SPG (95-96)
55.2% FG (93-94)
44.1% 3PT (95-96)
79.4% FT (04-05)

Rick Barry

35.6 PPG (66-67)
10.6 RPG (65-66)
6.3 APG (78-79)
51.1% FG (68-69)
94.7% FT (78-79)
2.9 SPG
.7 BPG

SeoulBeatz
05-15-2014, 05:03 PM
A.I

33.0 ppg (05-06)
4.9 rpg (98-99)
7.9 apg (04-05)
2.9 spg (01-02)
0.3 bpg (97-98)
.461% FG (97-98)
.347% 3pt (06-07)
.835% FT (04-05)

tredigs
05-15-2014, 05:19 PM
Fun thread. Rick Barry was a monster. Very underrated.


KAREEM:

34.8 PPG ('72) --- 60.4% FG ('80) --- 78.3% FT ('78)
16.9 RPG ('76)
5.4 APG ('79)
4.1 BPG ('76)
1.5 SPG ('76)

MAGIC:

23.9 PPG ('87) --- 56.5% FG ('84) --- 38% 3PT ('90, '96) --- 91% FT ('89, '91)
9.6 RPG ('82)
13.1 APG ('84)
3.4 SPG ('81)
0.7 BPG ('81)

BARKLEY:

28.3 PPG ('88) --- 60% FG ('90) --- 34% 3PT ('95) --- 76% FT (87)
14.6 RPG ('87)
5.1 APG ('93)
2.2 SPG ('92)
1.6 BPG ('86)

PurpleLynch
05-15-2014, 05:33 PM
Magic Johnson

23.9 ppg (86-87)
13.1 apg (83-84)
9.6 rpg (81-82)
3.4 spg (80.81)

.565% fg (83-84)
.911% ft (88-89)

PurpleLynch
05-15-2014, 05:42 PM
Tim Duncan

25.5 ppg (01-02)
12.9 rpg (02-03)
3.9 apg (02-03)
2.9 bpg (02-03)
0.9 spg (98-01)

.549 fg% (97-98)
.813 ft%(12-13)

tredigs
05-15-2014, 05:59 PM
The Logo:

31.3 PPG ('70) --- 51.4% FG ('68) --- 87.8% FT ('67)
7.9 RPG ('62)
9.7 APG ('72)
Steals+Blocks not recorded until the year he retired ('74), but a very impressive 2.6 SPG + 0.7 BPG)

DR. J (mixing NBA/ABA)

31.9 PPG ('73) --- 54.6% FG ('82) --- 84.5% FT ('78)
15.7 RPG (WTF. '72)
5.5 APG ('75)
2.5 SPG + 1.9 BPG ('76)

Matter.
05-15-2014, 06:07 PM
Wilt The Stilt Chamberlain
50.4 PPG (1962)
27.2 RPG (1961)
8.6 APG (1968)
72.7% FG (1973)
61.3% FTs (1962)

mightybosstone
05-15-2014, 06:14 PM
I think this thread would be more fun if we all picked players and everyone had to guess who they were. I'm going to start doing this without naming the years and seeing if people can pick up on it. Here's one guy whose numbers might surprise some people:

25.0 PPG
10.8 RPG
3.1 APG
2.0 BPG
55.2% FG
93.8% FT
26.5 PER
.220 WS/48

Who is it?

P&GRealist
05-15-2014, 06:25 PM
I think this thread would be more fun if we all picked players and everyone had to guess who they were. I'm going to start doing this without naming the years and seeing if people can pick up on it. Here's one guy whose numbers might surprise some people:

25.0 PPG
10.8 RPG
3.1 APG
2.0 BPG
55.2% FG
93.8% FT
26.5 PER
.220 WS/48

Who is it?

You're a Rockets fan.


You picked Yao :laugh2:

R. Johnson#3
05-15-2014, 06:32 PM
17.2 PPG (89-90, 90-91)
3.3 RPG (91-92)
14.5 APG (89-90)
0.3 BPG (7 times)
3.2 SPG (88-89)
57.4% FG% (87-88)
86.3% FT% (88-89)
44.9% 3PT% (94-95)
1.8 TOV (84-85)

mightybosstone
05-15-2014, 06:34 PM
This is true. That was probably a little too obvious. How about this guy?

29.3 PPG
10.0 APG
4.1 TOPG
4.7 RPG
2.0 SPG
45.4% FG
37.5% 3FG
84.4% FT
24.0 PER
.193 WS/48

mightybosstone
05-15-2014, 06:36 PM
17.2 PPG (89-90, 90-91)
3.3 RPG (91-92)
14.5 APG (89-90)
0.3 BPG (7 times)
3.2 SPG (88-89)
57.4% FG% (87-88)
86.3% FT% (88-89)
44.9% 3PT% (94-95)
1.8 TOV (84-85)

John Stockton. Good one, but I think the years partially gave it away.

P&GRealist
05-15-2014, 06:40 PM
17.2 PPG (89-90, 90-91)
3.3 RPG (91-92)
14.5 APG (89-90)
0.3 BPG (7 times)
3.2 SPG (88-89)
57.4% FG% (87-88)
86.3% FT% (88-89)
44.9% 3PT% (94-95)
1.8 TOV (84-85)

John Stockton ?

P&GRealist
05-15-2014, 06:46 PM
This is true. That was probably a little too obvious. How about this guy?

29.3 PPG
10.0 APG
4.1 TOPG
4.7 RPG
2.0 SPG
45.4% FG
37.5% 3FG
84.4% FT
24.0 PER
.193 WS/48

It's a toss up for me between Isaiah Thomas and Gilbert Arenas?

But I think Isaiah being the PG he was averaged more than 10 dimes? no?


But think i think, Arenas must have had 1 30ppg season?? So that 29.3 seems a big lower than expected.

Bruno
05-15-2014, 06:48 PM
who am I? bet nobody gets it without me giving years as give-away hints.

32.9 ppg
9.5 rpg
4.6 apg
1.5 spg
.5 bpg
55.8% FG
33.3% 3's
81.9 FT%
25.2 PER
12.1 WS
.218 WS/48

P&GRealist
05-15-2014, 06:51 PM
who am I? bet nobody gets it without me giving years as give-away hints.

32.9 ppg
9.5 rpg
4.6 apg
1.5 spg
.5 bpg
55.8% FG
33.3% 3's
81.9 FT%
25.2 PER
12.1 WS
.218 WS/48

I know who this is, I think, but won't give it away just yet.

mngopher35
05-15-2014, 06:55 PM
I know who this is, I think, but won't give it away just yet.

As do I, but I looked up a few people before I got it right.

P&GRealist
05-15-2014, 06:59 PM
31.4 PPG
12.5 RPG
11.5 APG
1.1 SPG
0.1 BPG
51.8% FGs
87.3% FTs

Bruno
05-15-2014, 06:59 PM
this might be a hard one. who's this?

12.0 ppg
7.5 rpg
4.0 apg
1.6 spg
1.5 bpg
47.6% FG
44.4% 3's
78.9% FT
14.9 PER (Mr. Average according to Hollinger)
6.9 WS
.171 WS/48

Bruno
05-15-2014, 06:59 PM
As do I, but I looked up a few people before I got it right.

were you guys surprised? i was hoping the rebounding figures would be confusing ;)

Bruno
05-15-2014, 07:01 PM
31.4 PPG
12.5 RPG
11.5 APG
1.1 SPG
0.1 BPG
51.8% FGs
87.3% FTs

don't know who this is but it feels like a classic old school player because of the rpg and apg numbers. I've got a couple ideas gona do a quick google to confirm.

edit: my second guess was correct. ill let you reveal it.

slashsnake
05-15-2014, 07:04 PM
Hmmm, ok short one...

16.9 points, 18.1 boards, 6.4 assists all in the same year of his career too.

And not to ruin the post above.. I am guessing a guy who went by B.

P&GRealist
05-15-2014, 07:04 PM
this might be a hard one. who's this?

12.0 ppg
7.5 rpg
4.0 apg
1.6 spg
1.5 bpg
47.6% FG
44.4% 3's
78.9% FT
14.9 PER (Mr. Average according to Hollinger)
6.9 WS
.171 WS/48

No clue, I'm going to take a stab and say Bill Walton?

Bruno
05-15-2014, 07:05 PM
anyone call out my posts, hopefully people read these threads top to bottom and can ponder the questions without hitting the spoiler first.

slashsnake
05-15-2014, 07:07 PM
31.4 PPG
12.5 RPG
11.5 APG
1.1 SPG
0.1 BPG
51.8% FGs
87.3% FTs

I see a triple double, I will go with the guy who averaged one for a year. The big O

Bruno
05-15-2014, 07:07 PM
I see a triple double, I will go with the guy who averaged one for a year. The big O

yeaaaaa. i thought it was Baylor for a second before learning that Baylor never got close to 10 assists per game.

P&GRealist
05-15-2014, 07:09 PM
Hmmm, ok short one...

16.9 points, 18.1 boards, 6.4 assists all in the same year of his career too.


My guess is Manute Bol, but I have no freakin clue

Bruno
05-15-2014, 07:10 PM
Hmmm, ok short one...

16.9 points, 18.1 boards, 6.4 assists all in the same year of his career too.

And not to ruin the post above.. I am guessing a guy who went by B.
na, its all good. you got it.

i know the reputation but I still thought your player had a higher peak season PPG. ^


No clue, I'm going to take a stab and say Bill Walton?
its hard to call out the pedestrian lines! not bill walton. and he's not obscure either, we all know the guy.

P&GRealist
05-15-2014, 07:10 PM
Yup, Big O

Bruno
05-15-2014, 07:11 PM
Yup, Big O

that was a good one i didn't think O cracked 30 for a season, thought he peaked out at mid 20's or high 20's.

Raps08-09 Champ
05-15-2014, 07:11 PM
who am I? bet nobody gets it without me giving years as give-away hints.

32.9 ppg
9.5 rpg
4.6 apg
1.5 spg
.5 bpg
55.8% FG
33.3% 3's
81.9 FT%
25.2 PER
12.1 WS
.218 WS/48

Bernard King easily.

mngopher35
05-15-2014, 07:11 PM
were you guys surprised? i was hoping the rebounding figures would be confusing ;)

Ya, but I figured there would be a little surprise with how you said it. I just started thinking about top scorers over the years and who would fit that mold. Dantley and Gervin were the ones I looked up first so I was on the right track (hint maybe?)

Edit: no hint, already revealed it was Bernard King

Bruno
05-15-2014, 07:13 PM
Bernard King easily.
haha yeah. what made it so easy?


Ya, but I figured there would be a little surprise with how you said it. I just started thinking about top scorers over the years and who would fit that mold. Dantley and Gervin were the ones I looked up first so I was on the right track (hint maybe?)

haha interesting. gervin was a brilliant guess.

slashsnake
05-15-2014, 07:13 PM
No clue, I'm going to take a stab and say Bill Walton?

Almost used walton for his short career.

18.6 ppg
14.4 RPG
5.0 APG
1 steal
3.6 blocks
56% shooting
Never hit a three
72% from the line
24.8 PER
10.8 Win Shares
.215 WS/48

slashsnake
05-15-2014, 07:15 PM
haha yeah. what made it so easy?




To me it was the boards. 9.5 his rookie year. No idea why that stuck with me, but it just clicked.

Raps08-09 Champ
05-15-2014, 07:15 PM
haha yeah. what made it so easy?



Thought about drafting him in the ATRD and recognized the PPG and RPG.

slashsnake
05-15-2014, 07:17 PM
My guess is Manute Bol, but I have no freakin clue

Maurice stokes his 3rd and final season..



Hmmm, on mr average... I am going with Phil Jackson if I am supposed to know him

Bruno
05-15-2014, 07:20 PM
To me it was the boards. 9.5 his rookie year. No idea why that stuck with me, but it just clicked.
my brain works like that too I remember the weirdest obscure numbers.


Thought about drafting him in the ATRD and recognized the PPG and RPG.

niiiiiice.

raps, responding to your post reminded me of the time you Facebook trolled me :laugh2: good times.

Raps08-09 Champ
05-15-2014, 07:24 PM
my brain works like that too I remember the weirdest obscure numbers.



niiiiiice.

raps, responding to your post reminded me of the time you Facebook trolled me :laugh2: good times.

I was thinking about that as well. I still remember your VM to me.

Bruno
05-15-2014, 07:26 PM
this might be a hard one. who's this?

12.0 ppg
7.5 rpg
4.0 apg
1.6 spg
1.5 bpg
47.6% FG
44.4% 3's
78.9% FT
14.9 PER (Mr. Average according to Hollinger)
6.9 WS
.171 WS/48
spoiler:
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_I-kRGoN87OQ/SEM-g4YyEOI/AAAAAAAAAaE/INg6emaKTyc/s400/Robert%2BHorry%5B1%5D.jpg

Bruno
05-15-2014, 07:27 PM
I was thinking about that as well. I still remember your VM to me.

haha, you got me for sure.

slashsnake
05-15-2014, 07:34 PM
Grrr the one I wanted to use doesn't have all the stats.. 5.2 points per game is it.

I will try anyways. He won a league championship that season beating the Pistons along the way. Also he made the Hall of fame and never missed a championship game played in his 11 years as a pro.

Iggz53
05-15-2014, 08:44 PM
This is true. That was probably a little too obvious. How about this guy?

29.3 PPG
10.0 APG
4.1 TOPG
4.7 RPG
2.0 SPG
45.4% FG
37.5% 3FG
84.4% FT
24.0 PER
.193 WS/48

Damn, it's Arenas. I guessed Michael Adams. Although Arenas's 10 ast year was only 2 games. I'd like to think I was pretty close.

Raps08-09 Champ
05-15-2014, 08:55 PM
0.0 ppg
0.0 apg
0.0 topg
0.0 rpg
0.0 spg
0.0% fg
0.0% 3fg
0.0% ft
0.0 per
0.0 ws/48

Hawkeye15
05-15-2014, 10:29 PM
32.1 ppg (03)
7.9 rpg (02)
6.5 apg (07)
46% FG (01)
1.7 spg (05)
1.9 bpg (00)
30.3 PER

Guess who? Lol

McGrady?

I didn't read any further someone else probably got it

Hawkeye15
05-15-2014, 10:31 PM
Tim Duncan

25.5 ppg (01-02)
12.9 rpg (02-03)
3.9 apg (02-03)
2.9 bpg (02-03)
0.9 spg (98-01)

.549 fg% (97-98)
.813 ft%(12-13)

yeah, but looking at Duncan's career until very recently was like looking at a record on repeat for 10 years.

Every single year was 24/12/3/2.5 on great percentages.