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11-07-2015, 09:56 PM   #31
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Re: The statistical value of college

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 Originally Posted by oarabbus Didn't realize that MJ's opponents were so weak.

It seems that he just wasn't good enough to even make it past the first round. Pippen saved his legacy. Thanks to 3ball for showing us the light.

 11-07-2015, 10:04 PM #32 AcquiringSteak I usually hit open layups     Join Date: Jan 2014 Posts: 172 Re: The statistical value of college As a student of stats, this is just horrendous. There are so many errors in this "analysis" that I can't tell if it's a joke or not.
11-07-2015, 10:17 PM   #33
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Re: The statistical value of college

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 Originally Posted by 3ball that isn't statistical value.. this thread is about the statistical value which is between 21-27 ppg and between 14-16% fg

What is your R^2 value from your regression analysis? Where are the stats?

11-07-2015, 10:19 PM   #34
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Re: The statistical value of college

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 Originally Posted by AcquiringSteak As a student of stats, this is just horrendous. There are so many errors in this "analysis" that I can't tell if it's a joke or not.

Just start from the title, Jordan wasnt 21 when they played the Celtics, he was 23

 11-07-2015, 11:56 PM #35 Duffy Pratt I don't get picked last at the park anymore   Join Date: Jun 2015 Posts: 224 Re: The statistical value of college We are getting statistical values here from sample sizes of one, on the one hand, and two on the other. And the samples are from subjects who are, almost by definition, outliers anyways. I wonder though. If this is the value of college, is 3Ball suggesting that Jordan would have been worse than LeBron or Kobe if he had faced his first championship team in the playoffs coming straight out of high school? Somehow, I think not.
11-08-2015, 06:29 PM   #36
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Re: The statistical value of college

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 Originally Posted by Gus Hemmingway Yes OP's narrative and comparison is based on false information MJ was drafted at age 21, in 1986 he was 23-24 years old
Lies - MJ was 23 years, 2 months when he played Boston in 86' playoffs, compared to 22 years, 6 months when Lebron played Spurs in 07'.

That's a difference of 8 months... That's essentially the same age, and not enough to explain MJ doubling him up:

Jordan vs. 86' Celtics: 44/6/6 on 51%
Lebron vs. 07' Spurs.: 22/7/6 on 35%

11-08-2015, 06:33 PM   #37
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Re: The statistical value of college

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 Originally Posted by 3ball Lies - MJ was 23 years, 2 months when he played Boston in 86' playoffs, compared to 22 years, 6 months when Lebron played Spurs in 07'. That's a difference of 8 months... That's essentially the same age, and not enough to explain MJ doubling him up: Jordan vs. 86' Celtics: 44/6/6 on 51% Lebron vs. 07' Spurs.: 22/7/6 on 35%

poster: jordan was 23
3ball: lies, jordan was 23.

Son, don't drink yourself to death only because these lebron stans at realgm pwned your ass. Live to fight another day

11-08-2015, 06:35 PM   #38
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Re: The statistical value of college

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 Originally Posted by swagga poster: jordan was 23 3ball: lies, jordan was 23. Son, don't drink yourself to death only because these lebron stans at realgm pwned your ass. Live to fight another day
realgm just banned me.. they didn't refute any of my arguments and neither have you:

1) Lebron isn't capable of good efficiency at high volume

2) Lebron achieve stats by reducing his teammates stats

These aren't my opinions.. They're statistical facts that I'm informing you of.

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