Check and mate.
Check and mate.
It really doesn't make sense how does 77 attempts on 24 fouls add up if your Italy? or even 67 attempts on 23 fouls for Croatia.....
Sorry but when Bosh ( aka RuPaul) was out as you says the Young Guns as they're called and Jack forced alot of ther own offence. bargs played well but still never got the ball on the elbow. Why don't you wait until a quarter of the season is through and see if you have any bullshit to spew?
As for check and mate is that what you said when you looked down your pants?
You should dig up Bargnani's Elementary School stats as well...
He has been pretty competent with the fts since he's been pro. How is this relevant?
There's definitely a problem with the boxscore. Other FT performances include Bozonella 0/11; Di Vicarro 0/10..... not to mention they have the Italian starting centre shooting 4/10 from 3; as if a centre is going to take 10 3-point shots in one game!
Does anyone else recall this? If so, can you explain what we have seen Bargnani's game over the last few years that would correlate with such a measure?
does anyone disagree that bosh drew a lot of double teams ?
they dont show it properly on tv but if you go see the game live... almost every minute he's in the paint, teams would double him hard...
i was a celtics game where KG n Sheed were like throwing him on the ground and rarely would he complain or even look at the ref.
Let me put it this way.
Amir last year put up 10 reb/36, 13 pts/36...but wait! 6.5 fouls per 36 minutes. So he'd foul out every game before achieving those averages.
For a man loving stats, I don't know how Buddah omits this.
Someone has a man crush.
1. You hate the Raptors and never want them to succeed. 2. Your parents are related
I actually dont think the centre shootin 10 3 pointers is that weird, specially since he hit 40% of em anyways .... though... -_- these boxscores bttr be wrong on thos freethrow percentages .... they're juss... fail
Guys, they were 16 year olds. Just want to point that out. But yeah, they shot horrifically from the line. Crazy. Oh, and I think it's not a problem with the boxscore because in Bargnani's profile, it says that his career high free throw attempts is 24, and free throws made is 9 (last week)
Bargnani has made 81,5% FT in his NBA career. Last year 77,4%. Which stat is relevant: a single game in 2003, or this one? Come on.
Why only consider defensive rebounds, are offensive ones not important? Wouldn't comparing total rebounds make more sense? What if I were to make a general claim that Bargnani's rebounds are atrocious compared to Okafor because Okafor gets 3.1 OReb while Bargnani averaged 1.3 in 09/10? Would that be fair?
Another issue, why do you choose to not round the point production but round the rebounds? These are averages over an entire season, the first decimal place matters. Thinking to personal experiences, the last time I rounded an answer to a whole number and got the question right was in elementary school.
Therefore, a fairer comparison between Okafor and Bargnani would be:
Okafor - 10.4pts 9.0reb
Bargs - 17.2pts 6.2reb
Lastly, because my parents are 150% related and both them and I hate the Raptors, I'll also post Okafor and Bargnani's career averages. (Warning! These stats are surely irrelevant).
Okafor - 13.3pts 10.3reb
Bargs - 13.7pts 4.8reb
But alas, I like to re-emphasize, there is absolutely no argument that Okafor can be better than Bargnani.
Last edited by Krix; Sat Aug 28th, 2010 at 02:42 AM.
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