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Old 03-31-2011, 12:22 AM   #31
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So f*cking efficient. Another great game by LeBron.

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Kobe had a good game, haters gonna hate.Stans - GOAT
Kwame has a good game, all living things gonna hate.No one gonna love

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Old 03-31-2011, 12:23 AM   #32
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He shot 58% for the month, which I'm willing to bet has never been done in NBA history by a perimeter player(at LeBron's scoring volume).
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Old 03-31-2011, 12:25 AM   #33
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Old 03-31-2011, 12:29 AM   #34
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He shot 58% for the month, which I'm willing to bet has never been done in NBA history by a perimeter player(at LeBron's scoring volume).
It's definitely happened. Back in the 80's some guards were averaging close to 30 ppg on 50%+ for the entire season, so I'm sure some had months better than 58%.

Edit: Took no longer than 5 seconds. Jordan in January 1988, averaged 34 ppg on 59% FG.

Also, Kiki Vandaweghy averaged 29 ppg on 56% shooting for the entire season.

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Old 03-31-2011, 12:35 AM   #35
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Edit: Took no longer than 5 seconds. Jordan in January 1988, averaged 34 ppg on 59% FG.

How are you searching this? I wouldn't be surprised if 90-91 MJ had a month that efficient too.
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Old 03-31-2011, 12:39 AM   #36
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How are you searching this? I wouldn't be surprised if 90-91 MJ had a month that efficient too.
basketball-reference.com
I use that and hoopdata for basketball stats. They let you break down any season into months, days of the week, etc. Enjoy.
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Old 03-31-2011, 12:39 AM   #37
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I wouldn't be surprised if 90-91 MJ had a month that efficient too.

To follow up on this, MJ shot 57.5% in December of the 90-91 season.
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Old 03-31-2011, 12:41 AM   #38
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He shot 58% for the month, which I'm willing to bet has never been done in NBA history by a perimeter player(at LeBron's scoring volume).
I wonder how long he can keep up this ridiculous efficiency. Part of the reason he did this was because he shot an absurd 60% on jumpers from 16-23 feet this month (50-84). Hopefully he can keep this up in the playoffs.
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Old 03-31-2011, 12:44 AM   #39
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I wonder how long he can keep up this ridiculous efficiency.

It probably ends soon. Nobody's capable of that kind of efficiency for long. Either way, I'm only interested in him keeping his FG% above .500 - which he shouldn't have a problem doing.
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Old 03-31-2011, 12:44 AM   #40
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Who were winning until Illgauskas decided to be the ****ing loser stiff he is and start throwing bows. I just wish Wall would've popped him in his ****ing nose instead of his ribs.

The Wizards who still kept it close. To the ****ing failure Miami Heat who spend more time spotting their bloody ******s and wiping away ****ing tears than acting like grown men and playing ****ing basketball. Insolent little children.


I've seriously never wished injury on a player before but I wish a ****ing Shaun Livingston knee injury on Lebron. The world and the sport of basketball specifically would be a better place.

U mad?
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Old 03-31-2011, 12:45 AM   #41
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I wonder how long he can keep up this ridiculous efficiency. Part of the reason he did this was because he shot an absurd 60% on jumpers from 16-23 feet this month (50-84). Hopefully he can keep this up in the playoffs.
The biggest contributor to his high shooting percentage has also been his off the ball play. This is LeBron at his best, when he can give you 30/9 on 55-60% but only dish out 4-6 assists each game. Much better than him playing point guard and just holding onto the ball for 20 seconds/possession.

No denying unusually hot shooting from midrange though.

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Old 03-31-2011, 12:50 AM   #42
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The biggest contributor to his high shooting percentage has also been his off the ball play. This is LeBron at his best, when he can give you 30/9 on 55-60% but only dish out 4-6 assists each game. Much better than him playing point guard and just holding onto the ball for 20 seconds/possession.

I do wonder why Spo didn't see this sooner. Just looking at the abilities of Wade & LeBron it would seem that LeBron brings more to the table being off the ball than Wade does. Yet he only made this adjustment recently.
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Old 03-31-2011, 12:50 AM   #43
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Dude, he's not the best player in the game. And I'm telling you, listen to me or not, I don't know where the **** you all are located, how many games you go to, whatever. But you cannot understand how much Lebron cries until you see it in person. Dude is a spoiled child. He embarrasses the legacies set by Russell, Bird, Magic, Jordan and even Kobe.

Us Wizards fan were ontop of Lebron's bullshit five years ago. We played dude three straight years in the playoffs. We're way past where everyone else is now. They're catching up with us. Dude isn't good for basketball. He's not a man. He's had his sack cradled since he was 17 years old. He is a child. A spoiled little brat. It's ****ing embarrassing to watch.

Oh wow, he can dunk really hard and block the shit out of someone's shot from behind. Yawn. He's not a champion. And it's damn shame he's even in a position to be possibly be one. **** David Stern.

God bless Kobe, Durant, Duncan/Parker/Ginobili, Boston, Dwight or Rose or whoever can keep this team from winning the championship. You haven't even begun to see annoying.
Well my response to you is I don't how old you are but I've been to Heat games in the mid to late 90's and I can tell you that MJ use to whine to the refs too. I use to go to games when I was in Middle/High school, and during the TV time outs MJ use to go straight to the refs and ley 'em know what time it was. That said, MJ is the GOAT.

Now as for you wanting Lebron to have a knee injury, you're trully not a BBall fan. I mean I don't like Kobe but I love his game if that even makes sense to you.......That is all
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Old 03-31-2011, 12:51 AM   #44
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So f*cking efficient. Another great game by LeBron.

LeBron had a good game, haters gonna hate.Stans - GOAT
Kobe had a good game, haters gonna hate.Stans - GOAT
Kwame has a good game, all living things gonna hate.No one gonna love

Yeah, right.

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Old 03-31-2011, 12:52 AM   #45
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I do wonder why Spo didn't see this sooner. Just looking at the abilities of Wade & LeBron it would seem that LeBron brings more to the table being off the ball than Wade does. Yet he only made this adjustment recently.
I'm pretty sure Spo knew of this a long time ago. If I had to bet, I'd wager LeBron was the one who took a while to be convinced. He strikes me as the stubborn arrogant type lol. No coach has controlled him since about his rookie year with Paul Silas.
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