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post #58261 of 93193
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In order to match the best 3-point-percentage season of Reggie Miller’s career (42.9 percent), Steph Curry (45.4 percent from three on 10.8 per game) would have to miss 31 straight threes; to match Larry Bird’s best (42.7 percent) he’d need to miss 34 straight; to match LeBron’s mark this season (27.4 percent) he would have to miss 354 straight 3-point shots.
Not even Kobe could miss that many shots

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post #58262 of 93193
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Yes Kobe career has longevity but theres others I think who had better careers because strong peaks, more dominance for their team or a combination of all of the above.
who else? 
name em

Jordan
Russell
Wilt
Kareem
Bird
Magic
Duncan
Hakeem
Shaq
Lebron

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post #58263 of 93193
Hakeem might be the most overrated nba player of all time.

Awwesome taking him first in the all time draft pretty much confirms it

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post #58264 of 93193
Its kinda amazing that Lebron is still in the top 5 in scoring, PER and top 15 in assists despite having such as awful shooting percentage outside the paint.
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post #58265 of 93193
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Hakeem might be the most overrated nba player of all time.

Awwesome taking him first in the all time draft pretty much confirms it

Fam. Youve got to be drunk.
post #58266 of 93193
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Hakeem might be the most overrated nba player of all time.

Awwesome taking him first in the all time draft pretty much confirms it

Fam. Youve got to be drunk.
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post #58267 of 93193
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he does this with every post


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post #58268 of 93193

Randy Foye said he found out he was traded when his NBA app alert went off and said Foye to the Thunder.

 

Best day of his Career, if I had to guess.

"I apologize, turns out it was not the Thunder's year.  I wish they hadn't played the games"

 

 

"I apologize, turns out it was not the Thunder's year.  I wish they hadn't played the games"

 

 

post #58269 of 93193
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Hakeem might be the most overrated nba player of all time.

Awwesome taking him first in the all time draft pretty much confirms it

Hakeem gets more passes than Lebby.

9 first round exits. sick.gif
1 MVP. sick.gif
post #58270 of 93193
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Yikes.

 

 

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In order to match the best 3-point-percentage season of Reggie Miller’s career (42.9 percent), Steph Curry (45.4 percent from three on 10.8 per game) would have to miss 31 straight threes; to match Larry Bird’s best (42.7 percent) he’d need to miss 34 straight; to match LeBron’s mark this season (27.4 percent) he would have to miss 354 straight 3-point shots.

 

 

YIKES!

They call him the young wolf. They say he rides into battle on the back of giant direwolf. They say he can turn into a wolf himself when he wants. They say he can't be killed.

They call him the young wolf. They say he rides into battle on the back of giant direwolf. They say he can turn into a wolf himself when he wants. They say he can't be killed.

post #58271 of 93193
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Hakeem might be the most overrated nba player of all time.

Awwesome taking him first in the all time draft pretty much confirms it

Hakeem gets more passes than Lebby.

9 first round exits. sick.gif
1 MVP. sick.gif
Or he's smarter than lebby, he knows he's not beating MJ in the finals

And he knew that it's better to lose in the first round than lose in the finals. Lebby took 13 years to figure this out

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post #58273 of 93193
Wizards back.

Pistons trash for real.

Jackson > Wall @Freeze admit this was a joke please.

That is all.
post #58274 of 93193
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Hakeem has not one but two quadruple doubles on his resume

Please stop the ********


Hakeem only has one quadruple double. March 29, 1990.

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Yeah Hakeem winning with the 1994 squad was amazing. I think only 2011 Dirk winning with his squad can even come close to winning in that way.
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post #58277 of 93193
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I’ve done this before, but just re-going thru it all on paper one more time.

We all know his total numbers at this point, all legendary, but some of them are skewed a tad, because of being a teenager, and of course these late years with injuries and what not.

But from 1999 thru 2013 when that Achilles popped, 15 years total, he was a MONSTER. And possibly shows why being ranked #12 by ESPN is a little lite.

As a starter, 1,089 games in 15 years, he went for

29,858 points (27.4)
6,201 rebounds (5.7)
5,597 assists (5.1)
1,705 steals (1.6)
556 blocks (.5)

On 46%/36%/84%

Not quite 50/40/90 but for a “chucker” that averaged 5 boards, 5 dimes, and played All NBA defense to boot, a few percentage points short of 50/40/90 isn’t too shabby.

Among that, the 81, 62 in 3 quarters, 56 in 3 quarters, 4 total 60 point games, 24 50 point games, 120 40 point games, and over 400 30 point games, with 169 double doubles, and 19 triple doubles, as well as an NBA record 12 3 pointer game to boot. And countless game winners.

His peak season came at age 24 when he went nuclear on the NBA 30 points, 7 boards, 6 assists, 2 steals, 1 block, 45/38/84 with career highs in games, steals, blocks, rebounds, and assists. laugh.gif

Not to mention, he did all this fighting thru a broken hand, shoulder, knee, court cases, ankle, finger, wrist, pinkie, and then eventually the Achilles. He missed 93 games in 15 years, some of them were rest, some suspension, and then a few due to injury.

He also lost some from NBA lockouts, 32 games in 1999, and 16 games in 2012. But I didn’t count those as missed games, because they were never played by anybody. Moreso the point is, HAD he played those games, at the pace he did, his numbers would be even filthier than they are now.

In total, with lockouts, rest, injury, suspensions, he missed out on a total of 141 possible games those 15 years. That’s almost 2 full seasons. ON TOP of what he did. At the averages he had, he could have been lookin at somewhere around 34K points, 7K rebounds, 6,600 dimes, 1900 steals, 650 blocks, and over 1,700 three pointers. (note, he eventually gets to all these numbers, but does so with more games at his earliest and oldest ages, weakening his per game averages.)

BTW, this is all just regular season. His playoff totals and numbers are nearly identical. I haven’t sat down and done all the math yet, but same point 1999-2012, his numbers are GAUDY. And improved without all those playoff games where he played 6 minutes as a teenager and destroyed his per game averages. laugh.gif

And those 15 years, Lakers went to the Finals 7 times. Kobe played under Rambis, Phil, Rudy, Phil, Brown, MDA. With Shaq era, with Smush/Kwame/Luke era, with Pau era and his final year with Dwight/Nash/Pau in and out of the lineup era. Multiple coaches, multiple injuries, multiple cores, look at the steady work that man did. For 15 seasons. Age 20-34.
It’s funny, 20 years, 2 jerseys, 10 years #8, 10 years #24, each one have similar numbers/splits for each. Regular season, playoffs, all his numbers fairly similar. Road game in Minnesota in November, or home game at the end of May, young or old, the guy gave you 25-5-5 every single night, across almost 1,700 NBA games. With various ailments, teammates, or coaches. He played every game, hard as he could go that night, and produced damn near identical numbers, no matter the opponent or situation. His two teenager years, and these last couple injury/retirement years the only exceptions.

Does anyone realize that in the history of the NBA, the entire history of the league, nobody has a 15 year stretch that matches this? nerd.gif

Just saying, no reason to diminish what the man actually did

How my guy gon pull my post from somewhere, and actually get reps from it? The ****? laugh.gif
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I'd rather rep him than you tbh
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Repped

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post #58280 of 93193
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Hakeem has not one but two quadruple doubles on his resume


Please stop the ********


Hakeem only has one quadruple double. March 29, 1990.

http://mentalfloss.com/article/27922/hakeem-olajuwons-phantom-quadruple-double
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post #58281 of 93193
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I'd rather rep him than you tbh

View you, CP in your avy, CP in your signature. Have some respect. mean.gif


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ummm ya repped

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post #58283 of 93193
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 That’s where the quadruple-double got a little less quad-y. Three days later, Thorn announced his findings. On further review, Olajuwon didn’t deserve 10 assists, and the original box score that gave him credit for nine dimes would remain the official record of the game. Thorn didn’t think much of the Rockets’ shenanigans; he publicly said, “A box score should not be changed after the fact for the purpose of achieving a statistical milestone.”
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 The really funny thing, though, is that Thorn was being charitable just by letting Olajuwon keep the nine assists he had received credit for on the undoctored score sheet. According to the story Knight-Ridder ran over the flap, a source at the league office claimed that Thorn and the league might have let Olajuwon keep that phantom tenth assist if the other nine had been legit. The source said that Olajuwon had already received some awfully generous hometown scoring in the original box score; the league thought he had only really earned six or seven assists.

Thank you for proving me right. By this standard, Clyde has 2 quadruple doubles as well. Since he was 1 rebound and 1 assist short on two different occasions, where his statline was legit and not doctored. November 1st, 1996 and January 10th, 1986.

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Reading this thread is weird sometimes

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Can't wait til cp3 hoists that trophy pimp.gif
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He didn't prove you right tho. As of right now, Hakeem is credited in the official record books as having TWO quadruple doubles


That article does. The article says he had 9 assists. Last time I checked that wasn't a double digit number.

post #58287 of 93193
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Damn, Houston was that close to giving up on harden already?

Yep. Just like they were "desperately trying to trade Dwight" and "no one wanted him", even though their asking price was a 1st rounder and a younger star player possibly already under contract. Meaning more than likely, if it wasn't Cousins or Drummond, they weren't actually planning on trading him.
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John Wall just embarrassed Reggie Jackson

Had that man with both hands on the floor. Someone post the footage.
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http://www.sbnation.com/2015/3/18/8242275/chris-paul-most-valuable-player-nba-2015

8o He was a year early.

How are CP3 and the Thunder both going to win the Finals this year though

post #58290 of 93193
I think Kobe's legacy may be forgotten with time frown.gif...because hes one of those players you have to watch to appreciate.

Some players like Jordan, Russell, Wilt, Kareem will be appreciated because its really easy to a get real grasp of their individual dominance both statistically and by individual accolades or team accomplishments.

You dont necessarily have to watch them play to know they were an all time great player.
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