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Old 12-11-2012, 10:12 AM   #16
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Default Re: Let's talk about empty stats.

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dwight is a terrible franchise player going forward. he has about 3-4 years of prime left. once his athleticism fade how is he gonna be effective?

3-4 years of his prime left would give him a normal length prime. He's 27 now, so that'd mean his prime would end at 30-31, which is usually when primes end. They usually begin around 25-27. And he won't instantly become a scrub once his primes over, he'll still probably have a couple of seasons pretty close to his prime, and then be an all-star caliber center for an additional couple of seasons. He'll still be one of the more athletic centers for a while, and even when he's not , he'll still be strong, able to make some hooks with either hand, he'll still have the length and ability to block shots with either hand(he just won't be able to get to as many shots) and he'll still be able to rebound(just more like 10 per game rather than 13-14.)

As it is, he's played this season without being 100% or with his usual athleticism.
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Old 12-11-2012, 01:29 PM   #17
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Default Re: Let's talk about empty stats.

Insinuating that Kobe and Dwight put up empty stats is silly. This is the internet, you can watch games from previous seasons.
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Old 12-12-2012, 12:59 PM   #18
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Default Re: Let's talk about empty stats.

empty stats

RONDO-stat pads assists to the max,if they were winning okay,but he disrupts the flow and just tries to pad his stats rather than do what it takes to win within the offense

K-LOVE-Definition of empty stats,fills up stat sheet,doesnt fill up the W or team column

Kobe-chasing the record,playing kobe system
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Old 12-12-2012, 01:11 PM   #19
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Default Re: Let's talk about empty stats.

I don't know that true stars put up much in the sense of "empty stats". They do what they do, and fail when their supporting cast can't hold their own.

In my opinion, "empty stats" are typically reserved for role players on really, really bad teams that put up great numbers through high usage. Think Ricky Davis, Big Baby, Kemba, etc. Essentially guys that put up huge numbers through volume/usage rather than ability.
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Old 12-12-2012, 01:16 PM   #20
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I don't know that true stars put up much in the sense of "empty stats". They do what they do, and fail when their supporting cast can't hold their own.

In my opinion, "empty stats" are typically reserved for role players on really, really bad teams that put up great numbers through high usage. Think Ricky Davis, Big Baby, Kemba, etc. Essentially guys that put up huge numbers through volume/usage rather than ability.



You made a huge mistake with Kemba. How is he a stat-padder? That team was the worst team ever last year and they're already at the same win total, in 45 fewer games. He's also in his second year and is 22, playing with shit. He's not a role player.
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