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  1. #976
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    The Lakers Review@TheLakersReview21h
    the Lakers (41.4) bench is second in scoring behind the Pistons (45.2) according to @statmuse

    Zach Milner@ZachMilner13 22h
    According to ESPN, here are the top 5 qualified players in 3PT%:

    1 - Seth Curry (59.5%, 5.3 3PA)
    2 - Alex Caruso (58.3%, 2.7 3PA)
    3 - PJ Tucker (55.6%, 2.7 3PA)
    4 - Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (55.3%, 3.8 3PA)
    5 - JaMychal Green (52.8%, 4.5 3PA)

    Lakers Legacy@LakersLegacyPod23h
    The Lakers have SIX players avg double figures on the Season.

    • LeBron - 24.1 ppg
    • AD - 21.7 ppg
    • Schröder - 14.1 ppg
    • Trezz - 13.8 ppg
    • KCP - 10.7 ppg
    • Kuzma - 10.6 ppg

    (THT avg 7ppg in just 15min)

    Lakers Legacy@LakersLegacyPod 20h
    Kyle Kuzma's avg 10 reb a game his last 3 games.

    He also currently has the best rebounding rate of his career.

    9.9 reb per 100 poss.
    7.5 reb per36

    Along with his heightened propensity to swat shots this season - Kuzma's really been active & energetic in "the other things".

    Jason Timpf@_JasonLT 22h
    LeBron’s last 11 games:

    28-9-9 per 36

    50/40/73 splits

    Lakers are 9-2, +13.7 net rating with LeBron on the floor.

    Hard not to put him near the top of the early MVP race.
    Last edited by Mave1002; 01-17-2021 at 11:36 AM.

  2. #977
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mave1002 View Post
    The Lakers Review@TheLakersReview21h
    the Lakers (41.4) bench is second in scoring behind the Pistons (45.2) according to @statmuse

    Zach Milner@ZachMilner13 22h
    According to ESPN, here are the top 5 qualified players in 3PT%:

    1 - Seth Curry (59.5%, 5.3 3PA)
    2 - Alex Caruso (58.3%, 2.7 3PA)
    3 - PJ Tucker (55.6%, 2.7 3PA)
    4 - Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (55.3%, 3.8 3PA)
    5 - JaMychal Green (52.8%, 4.5 3PA)

    Lakers Legacy@LakersLegacyPod23h
    The Lakers have SIX players avg double figures on the Season.

    • LeBron - 24.1 ppg
    • AD - 21.7 ppg
    • Schröder - 14.1 ppg
    • Trezz - 13.8 ppg
    • KCP - 10.7 ppg
    • Kuzma - 10.6 ppg

    (THT avg 7ppg in just 15min)

    Lakers Legacy@LakersLegacyPod 20h
    Kyle Kuzma's avg 10 reb a game his last 3 games.

    He also currently has the best rebounding rate of his career.

    9.9 reb per 100 poss.
    7.5 reb per36

    Along with his heightened propensity to swat shots this season - Kuzma's really been active & energetic in "the other things".

    Jason Timpf@_JasonLT 22h
    LeBron’s last 11 games:

    28-9-9 per 36

    50/40/73 splits

    Lakers are 9-2, +13.7 net rating with LeBron on the floor.

    Hard not to put him near the top of the early MVP race.
    Wow those are amazing stats.

    Especially 6 players in double figure scoring average.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mave1002 View Post
    Special mention KCP-- 15/28 (53.6%) from 3 this season
    I really think that after LBJ retires, KCP is gonna become a Derek Fisher type leader for the Lakers. Earned and deserved....
    "My cow is dead, I don't need your bull"

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    Quote Originally Posted by McAllen Tx View Post
    I really think that after LBJ retires, KCP is gonna become a Derek Fisher type leader for the Lakers. Earned and deserved....
    Personality is not the same.

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    The Real Reason Why Kobe Bryant Changed His Jersey From No. 8 To No. 24

    Perhaps the two most notorious numbers in basketball are Kobe Bryant’s 8 and 24. Bryant, who died in January of 2020, made the numbers famous, not just for what he was able to do on the court, but for what he was able to do off of it.

    But you ever wonder what prompted his number change during the ’06-07 season? According to ESPN, it was a conscious effort by Bryant to start a new chapter of his career.

    (via ESPN)

    “It’s kind of a clean slate. I started new. Just start completely fresh, focus on the number that meant a lot to me.

    When I first came in at 8, is really trying to ‘plant your flag’ sort of thing. I got to prove that I belong here in this league. I’ve got to prove that I’m one of the best in this league. You’re going after them. It’s nonstop energy and aggressiveness and stuff.

    Then 24 is a growth from that. Physical attributes aren’t there the way they used to be, but the maturity level is greater. Marriage, kids. Start having a broader perspective being one of the older guys on the team now, as opposed to being the youngest. Things evolve.”

    When Bryant wore No. 8, he was a player who was trying to develop and hone his skills. He was a superstar in the making. When he wore 24, Kobe was a much more experienced, polished, and poised player.

    While he found success during both chapters, Bryant was almost a different player for each.

    It was a fresh start and a new beginning for a guy who has gone down in history as one of the greatest ballplayers ever.

    Both of his jersey numbers were retired in December of 2017.

    https://fadeawayworld.net/2021/01/19...no-8-to-no-24/

  6. #981
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    Quote Originally Posted by ldawg View Post
    Personality is not the same.
    IQ and leadership go together. KCP is not that smart or creative. But I think he can shoot better than Fish ever shot. What made Fish great was that he shot big ones at the right time.
    Lebron is the one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by McAllen Tx View Post
    I really think that after LBJ retires, KCP is gonna become a Derek Fisher type leader for the Lakers. Earned and deserved....
    Caruso has a better chance to be our Fish.
    Lebron is the one!

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    NBA Central@TheNBACentral Jan 22
    Most Points Per Possession in Isolation:

    Montrezl Harrell - 1.57
    Bradley Beal - 1.48
    Anthony Edwards - 1.42
    Bam Adebayo - 1.37
    Zion Williamson - 1.35
    Austin Rivers - 1.33
    Kyrie Irving - 1.31
    DeMar DeRozan - 1.28
    Jerami Grant - 1.26
    Andrew Wiggins - 1.25


    StatMuse@statmuseJan 22
    Highest 3P% this season, min 50 attempts:

    56.9% — Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
    51.0% — Luke Kennard
    50.5% — Paul George
    49.5% — Joe Harris

    Raj C.@UnwrittenRul3sJan 22
    Lakers are posting a 120.1 offensive rating when Marc Gasol is on the floor, around 11 points better than him off. Ball movement picks up when he's on the floor. So few guys would even attempt this pass, let alone get it through.

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    Donny@donny_mchenry 10h
    KCP is on pace to make 174 threes this 72-game season

    He only made 92 threes in the Lakers’ 71-game 2019-20 regular season

    Cranjis McBasketball@Tim_NBA 19h
    Here are the folks at the top of our Matchup Difficulty stat so far this year:

    1. Kelly Oubre
    2. Evan Fournier(?!?)
    3. Derrick Jones Jr.
    4. Mikal Bridges
    5. TJ Warren

    KCP is sixth!

    On the other end of the spectrum we see who's being hidden on defense

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    Cranjis McBasketball@Tim_NBA 17h
    AD's path to becoming a versatility monster... Wow.

    His Defensive Positional Versatility grade year by year in our database:

    2013-14: D-
    2014-15: D+
    2015-16: D+
    2016-17: D+
    2017-18: B
    2018-19: C
    2019-20: A-

    https://twitter.com/Tim_NBA/status/1352654285255929856

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    Alex Regla@AlexmRegla 16h
    Since the league made their shot tracking publicly available (2013), LeBron James is currently attempting his most pull-up 3's per game (4.1), which he is shooting 41.5% on.

    Last night, this trend continued due to the Bucks playing under on the pick n' roll and even helping off

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    Lakers Legacy@LakersLegacyPod 15h
    “Kyle Kuzma & Jerami Grant are on Reverse Trajectories of each other’s careers. But for Kuz - that’s a good thing.”

    w/ the highest Reb rate of his career, increased activity on the Def end + 40% 3pt shooting - this could be Kuzma’s best season.

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    Mave1002

    Really enjoy all the info you post here.

    Reading stats about the Lakers and how they are improving this year is great.

    Looking for a back to back.

    One game at a time.

  14. #989
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    ^Always a pleasure, bro.

    Here's a really interesting one that I just saw tonight:

    Josh EberleyFlag of Canada@JoshEberley
    The Los Angeles Lakers have a positive net rating when LeBron James sits. (+12.1 when he's on the court but the Lakers hold a +1.7 when he sits.)

    If it holds. . . It will be the first time in his CAREER that he's been on a team that WON the minutes without him.

    17 Seasons
    13 Playoff runs
    10 Finals
    4 championships

    ONE TIME WHERE HIS TEAM HELD THE FORT DOWN WITHOUT HIM.

  15. #990
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mave1002 View Post
    The Lakers Review@TheLakersReview21h
    the Lakers (41.4) bench is second in scoring behind the Pistons (45.2) according to @statmuse

    Zach Milner@ZachMilner13 22h
    According to ESPN, here are the top 5 qualified players in 3PT%:

    1 - Seth Curry (59.5%, 5.3 3PA)
    2 - Alex Caruso (58.3%, 2.7 3PA)
    3 - PJ Tucker (55.6%, 2.7 3PA)
    4 - Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (55.3%, 3.8 3PA)
    5 - JaMychal Green (52.8%, 4.5 3PA)

    Lakers Legacy@LakersLegacyPod23h
    The Lakers have SIX players avg double figures on the Season.

    • LeBron - 24.1 ppg
    • AD - 21.7 ppg
    • Schröder - 14.1 ppg
    • Trezz - 13.8 ppg
    • KCP - 10.7 ppg
    • Kuzma - 10.6 ppg

    (THT avg 7ppg in just 15min)

    Lakers Legacy@LakersLegacyPod 20h
    Kyle Kuzma's avg 10 reb a game his last 3 games.

    He also currently has the best rebounding rate of his career.

    9.9 reb per 100 poss.
    7.5 reb per36

    Along with his heightened propensity to swat shots this season - Kuzma's really been active & energetic in "the other things".

    Jason Timpf@_JasonLT 22h
    LeBron’s last 11 games:

    28-9-9 per 36

    50/40/73 splits

    Lakers are 9-2, +13.7 net rating with LeBron on the floor.

    Hard not to put him near the top of the early MVP race.
    But now that he is a Laker it can happen again!
    Lebron is the one!

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