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    Their numbers just don't add up

    In basketball, not everything is quantifiable. That's why it can be misleading to judge a player's value solely by his statistics. Stats don't measure small but significant things like setting a solid screen or playing good positional defense. They don't measure intangible qualities like competitiveness or a positive attitude. FOXSports.com NBA editor John Galinsky lists 10 current players who put up big numbers but aren't as valuable as their stats suggest. Some are All-Stars. Some aren't. But for all these guys, the whole really is less than the sum of its parts.




    Look at whos #1 and #2

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    i just only like LeBron James, best basketball player in NBA now.
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    Nellyfang why do you have a site with fake kicks as your sig?

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    Originally Posted by StreetDreams21
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    Their numbers just don't add up

    In basketball, not everything is quantifiable. That's why it can be misleading to judge a player's value solely by his statistics. Stats don't measure small but significant things like setting a solid screen or playing good positional defense. They don't measure intangible qualities like competitiveness or a positive attitude. FOXSports.com NBA editor John Galinsky lists 10 current players who put up big numbers but aren't as valuable as their stats suggest. Some are All-Stars. Some aren't. But for all these guys, the whole really is less than the sum of its parts.




    Look at whos #1 and #2
    wow the top 3 guys were 3- Al Harrington, 2- Jamal Crawford, and 1- Zach Randolph...that shows that big stats in NY doesn't mean anything. This scares me as a Knick fan.

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