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Old 12-08-2012, 04:13 AM   #16
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If you get fouled on a lay up it goes against you as a missed FGA?

Nope. It only counts if you made it.
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Old 12-08-2012, 04:45 AM   #17
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layups, dunks whatever you want to call them.

You can actually check his percentage for layups and dunks.

LeBron with layups is 69.9%. And he is 100% with dunks.

http://www.basketball-reference.com/...shooting/2013/

Dude is a beast. Best finisher in the league, and he must be one of the best finisher of all time, especially for a perimeter player. He has been shooting over 70% from the inside since 2006-07 season. I don't think anybody is better than at it. At least none of the perimeter superstars today or the 00s. The guy is unstoppable. And he almost gets better every year. This year, he is averaging a career high from the inside atm.

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Old 12-08-2012, 04:52 AM   #18
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He gets hacked like crazy. That's why all the fuss started that he wasn't getting calls.
still. 49 in the restricted area is pretty awful.
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Old 12-22-2012, 11:17 AM   #19
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Old 12-22-2012, 12:40 PM   #20
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Y'know what I find simply amazing?

All current stats by the time this is posted from basketball reference:
Wade is shooting 39.6% from 16 ft to 3-pt.
http://www.basketball-reference.com/...shooting/2013/


LeBron is shooting 37.9% from 16 ft to 3-pt.
http://www.basketball-reference.com/...shooting/2013/

THAT is stunning to me. It does not seem that Wade jumper is that good at all, and LeBron is that bad. Granted, LeBron took more shots, but not that much. And before the Knicks game, Wade's jumper at the 16ft to 3pt must have been around 40%. He has sucked hard from the 10-15 ft though. So, his overall jumper sucks.
Wade 10-15 feet has been mainly his post moves and floaters which were not falling at all last month like they usually do.

His midrange has been on most of the year.....those started falling and he's shooting 57% in December
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Although Durant has been ridiculously efficient, you cannot really say the rest have not. Even Harden with the worst FG% in there has compensated by shooting so many FTs at a high percentage. Carmelo on the other hand has been superior at 3pt shooting and very accurate as well, he has not shown interest in scoring in the paint though. LeBron as always deadly finishing at the rim making 76% of his shots within the restricted area. Kobe's phenomenal volume scoring continues, he has made almost 48% of his 21FGA per game which is impressive since has been scoring from everywhere.
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What website is that from in the original post?
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Old 12-22-2012, 05:09 PM   #23
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What website is that from in the original post?
http://www.nba.com/advancedstats/
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Melo's an embarrassment as a finisher. A guy with his physical tools should be shooting in the mid to high 60s at the rim every year, but he usually finishes below league average.
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Old 12-22-2012, 06:55 PM   #25
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Melo's an embarrassment as a finisher. A guy with his physical tools should be shooting in the mid to high 60s at the rim every year, but he usually finishes below league average.
Do you even watch the games...
Melo's finishing % at the rim is negatively impacted by the fact that referee's ALWAYS allow players to be more physical when guarding him. If every foul he drew
was called, he'd be shooting an absurd amount of FTs right now.
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LeBron has picked up his FT shooting
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Old 01-04-2013, 08:07 AM   #27
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LeBron has picked up his FT shooting
I dont understand i havent watched many games this season but why is lebron shooting so few freethrows considering more than half of his shots came in paint area.Thats more than any other player in top 5 and he is by far shooting the least amount of freethrows.
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LOL @ Harden's in the paint percentage. Shows how bad he is when he doesn't get all the way to the bucket or get a foul called.
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I dont understand i havent watched many games this season but why is lebron shooting so few freethrows considering more than half of his shots came in paint area.Thats more than any other player in top 5 and he is by far shooting the least amount of freethrows.
The tendency to get out of LBJ's way and avoid contact among defenders is considerably higher compared to the rest. But if the plan is to foul him, like last night, he'd get shitloads of FTs.
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Default Re: League's Top 5 Scorers Shooting Analysis

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Durant with the most PPG bump over the last two weeks, plus his restricted and FG% is up by 7%. Is there anybody who still thinks Durant is just a jump shooter considering 34% of his shots come from the restricted area and inside the paint?
LeBron keeps his incredible finishing percentage up although he gets the least amount of FTs among the top 5 scorers. On another note LBJ is hitting that corner 3 really well which is amazing considering he never was a good 3pt shooter and now he can hit the most difficult one well
Not much progress or regress regarding the rest save for Kobe's obvious struggles which could attributed to his team failing collectively. Melo has improved his finishing under the rim a bit but not by a wide margin, he really needs to work on that if the Knicks want a longer PO this time around.
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