Average posts/day before the incident 275
# of posts because of the incident: 900
You mad because my facts > your facts? The only reason you guys were posting at that rate is because I was deleting my posts. What I did was controversial and that's what made you guys post. Addition by subtraction Killbot. Name another time when a conversation generated over 900 posts? You can't. The deletion of posts was the engine that got this thread going. You don't get it. No deletion of posts, the rate doesn't increase. The events are mutually inclusive.
You can give me the rate all you want, but there's no context. Clearly averaging posts over a span of 2 months vs total posts for a day is insane to do. Total posts in one day can explode due to the fact that MORE posters can be present. Averaging posts over a span of 2 months is harder to maintain.
It's like saying Anthony Morrow's career high in one game is more impressive than Mike Miller's PPG career average.
Deleting your posts was certainly controversial, but that was the stupid way to go. You slowed down BTE's progress. It doesn't matter if you net more posts because you were wasting your time deleting when you could be posting at an insane rate and do just the same. I seen your work. It's not hard to do that for you and it shouldn't.
When you claimed that my team was cheating because you didn't think BWM got banned.
I know the rate would not increase if you didn't delete, but deleting your posts was a worthless endeavor.
What!? The only reason he gets fouled is because he can't shoot FTs. If he doesn't get fouled his PPG increases dramatically. He'd be dunking on everyone at will. He gets fouled because teams would rather see him miss a FT than a make a layup/dunk. His PPG actually is supposed to be higher but his inability to make FTs is what's keeping him under 20PPG. Your argument is helping my case not yours.
So? That still increases his chance of having a higher PPG if he's fouled regardless if he sucks or not. That stops the clock and adds +1 personal foul to the person who guarded Dwight. That means more scrubbier big men will be guarding Dwight, thus giving him an easier opportunity to score more. Plus, fouling him every time he gets close to the basket doesn't guarantee that Dwight will make a FG 100% if he doesn't get fouled. Coaches just don't want to see Dwight converting a POTENTIAL easy basket.
How would he be dunking on everyone at will when all he does is stand and wait for the pass? His feet are glued to the ground most of the time.
He's still raw, but I hope he picks up defensively. He has a good offensive skillset for his age and in comparison to other centers currently. I can't say what his stats will be like because Casey gives him inconsistent minutes. I'd say he doesn't need to do much to become a top 10 center. Just needs more playing time so that he can produce.