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tmacattack33 11-10-2012 03:50 PM

Only Wilt, Oscar, Bird, and KG have averaged 20, 10, and 6+. Can LBJ keep it up?
 
Only Wilt Chamberlain, Oscar Roberton, Larry Bird, and Kevin Garnett have ever averaged 20 pts, 10 reb, and 6 assists or more per game.

Wilt did it three times, Oscar did it three times, Bird did it twice, and KG did it once in 2003.

Lebron is currently averaging 22.2 pts, 10.0 reb, and 6.2 assists per game on only 33 minutes per game (due to him sitting at the end of the game in a few blow outs).

Do you think he can keep it up? To me the only way he'll miss it is if there are too many blow outs and he keeps playing only 33 mpg.

Foster5k 11-10-2012 03:54 PM

Re: Only Wilt, Oscar, Bird, and KG have averaged 20, 10, and 6+. Can LBJ keep it up?
 
I see nothing that says he wouldn't. He is a great passer so the assist will keep coming. He's going to score. He always seems to be around the ball for the rebounds..

So, yeah, should be easy for him to get it. Lebron continuing to add to his legacy. What a player.

ThaRegul8r 11-10-2012 04:20 PM

Re: Only Wilt, Oscar, Bird, and KG have averaged 20, 10, and 6+. Can LBJ keep it up?
 
NOTE: Bird averaged 20, 10 and 6 for his entire CAREER.

24.3 points, 10.0 rebounds, 6.3 assists.

k0kakw0rld 11-10-2012 04:29 PM

Re: Only Wilt, Oscar, Bird, and KG have averaged 20, 10, and 6+. Can LBJ keep it up?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ThaRegul8r
NOTE: Bird averaged 20, 10 and 6 for his entire CAREER.

24.3 points, 10.0 rebounds, 6.3 assists.

GOAT :bowdown: :applause: :bowdown:

kennethgriffin 11-10-2012 04:30 PM

Re: Only Wilt, Oscar, Bird, and KG have averaged 20, 10, and 6+. Can LBJ keep it up?
 
lebron has never in his life averaged 10rpg. why would he keep it up?

lol@ OP


he'l finish the season with 25/8/6

wpdougie2180 11-10-2012 04:32 PM

Re: Only Wilt, Oscar, Bird, and KG have averaged 20, 10, and 6+. Can LBJ keep it up?
 
He may but he's never even avg. 8 rebounds a games so I'd say that would be the hardest part for him to pull off. If you believe he's a better rebounder than prime Gerald Wallace (avg. 10.0 rbs) then he could.

k0kakw0rld 11-10-2012 04:33 PM

Re: Only Wilt, Oscar, Bird, and KG have averaged 20, 10, and 6+. Can LBJ keep it up?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by kennethgriffin
lebron has never in his life averaged 10rpg. why would he keep it up?

lol@ OP


he'l finish the season with 25/8/6


20/10/10 book it.

SHAQisGOAT 11-10-2012 05:22 PM

Re: Only Wilt, Oscar, Bird, and KG have averaged 20, 10, and 6+. Can LBJ keep it up?
 
I think he will be extremely close to it this season, he has the talent

Quote:

Originally Posted by ThaRegul8r
NOTE: Bird averaged 20, 10 and 6 for his entire CAREER.

24.3 points, 10.0 rebounds, 6.3 assists.


:bowdown:

Dude was still able to average 20.2/9.6/6.8 playing less than 37 minutes, at 35 yo, in his last year, under such debilitating conditions most wouldn't put up with, his team playing at a less than 96 pace, with a USG% of 24.7

lilgodfather1 11-10-2012 05:26 PM

Re: Only Wilt, Oscar, Bird, and KG have averaged 20, 10, and 6+. Can LBJ keep it up?
 
If LeBron made a conscious effort to get 20/10/6 he could do it for sure, just like i'm pretty sure that Kobe could, but I seriously doubt that LeBron is even aware that only four players have done it, and if he was i'm not even sure he would care...

This is another one of those meaningless stats like Blake Griffen being only one of however many rookies to do his rookie stats. At the end of the day this is only important to fans.

tmacattack33 11-10-2012 05:34 PM

Re: Only Wilt, Oscar, Bird, and KG have averaged 20, 10, and 6+. Can LBJ keep it up?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by wpdougie2180
He may but he's never even avg. 8 rebounds a games so I'd say that would be the hardest part for him to pull off. If you believe he's a better rebounder than prime Gerald Wallace (avg. 10.0 rbs) then he could.


He averaged 7.9 rebounds per game twice before in Cleveland. And there he was a perimeter player for the most part.

This year, Battier and him are starting as their two forwards. And Lebron is often guarding the bigger forward on the other team...who is usually playing closer to the basket.

wpdougie2180 11-10-2012 05:46 PM

Re: Only Wilt, Oscar, Bird, and KG have averaged 20, 10, and 6+. Can LBJ keep it up?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by tmacattack33
He averaged 7.9 rebounds per game twice before in Cleveland. And there he was a perimeter player for the most part.

This year, Battier and him are starting as their two forwards. And Lebron is often guarding the bigger forward on the other team...who is usually playing closer to the basket.


I know that what I'm saying is only 8 guys even avg. 10 rebounds last year (excluding a couple of guys with 9.6 and up to 9.9). And only 3 guys were 20/10 guys in the whole league. All I'm saying is it's very difficult too avg. 10 rebounds in today's league.

SHAQisGOAT 11-10-2012 05:56 PM

Re: Only Wilt, Oscar, Bird, and KG have averaged 20, 10, and 6+. Can LBJ keep it up?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by wpdougie2180
I know that what I'm saying is only 8 guys even avg. 10 rebounds last year (excluding a couple of guys with 9.6 and up to 9.9). And only 3 guys were 20/10 guys in the whole league. All I'm saying is it's very difficult too avg. 10 rebounds in today's league.


Just because you don't have a lot of dudes averaging 10+ RPG doens't mean it's difficult, or more difficult than it ever was, I mean Gasol averaged 10.7 RPG playing alongside Bynum who also averaged 11.8 RPG, Love can average a whole bunch of rebounds, LeBron plays many times PG on offense and also guards perimeter players sometimes and was still able to average almost 8


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