Game Winning Shot Percentages For NBA Players

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 6 years ago '06        #121
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 joshdogg26 said:
lebron on shots to tie or take the lead with 24 seconds left in the 4th quarter or OT of a playoff game: 4/11 FG (36%), 1-2 threes

kobe in the same situation (since 2000-2001): 10-27 FG (37%), 2-9 threes

congrats, we have found a way in which kobe can be 1% more clutch than lebron
 6 years ago '04        #122
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 6 years ago '06        #123
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 The Bully said:
this thread obliterated kob stans everywhere

nate187, who has quickly surpassed f*gademiks and mplsallstar as most annoying kobe stan, lost HARDi'm gonna keep my eye out for that f*ggot, he has a slick mouth and i would love to son him more than philly337 did

speaking of philly...good work my manyou remind me of myself back in the day when i would son 10 kobe stans at a time. I'm entering my prime yars now, but the torch has been passed to you:applause:

and lastly but most certainly not least, everyone have a moment of silence for fatbury. There's no coming back from the dressed up bison comeback he either suffered a massive fatal heart attack when he read that and is on his floor taking in his final breaths, or is too ashamed to ever post on here again. Either way, it's a win-win situation


I'm fu*king
 02-16-2012, 04:54 PM         #124
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 Nate187um said:
Carmelo Anthony - 51% (25 for 49)
Chris Paul - 41% (13 for 32)
Dirk Nowitzki - 36% (21 for 59)
Ray Allen - 35% (21 for 60)
LeBron James - 31% (21 for 68)
Vince carter - 30% (22 for 73)
Dwayne wade - 27% (15 for 56)
Joe Johnson - 26% (17 for 65)
Derrick Rose - 25% (8 for 32)
Kevin Durant - 24% (11 for 45)

= 88 years of experience, 3 NBA Championships (7 appearances)

Kobe Bryant-30% (31 for 103) = 15 years experience, 5 NBA Championships (7 appearances)

boxden posters attach themselves to too many loser type nba players

step ya fan game up a notch
 6 years ago '04        #125
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 Nate187um said:
for those of us who watch basketball we all know kobe's shots were tougher/better contested and more of them were behind the 3pt line than any other player

but since this is boxden we wont factor that in

on boxden we just view the number as a number

nothing more nothing less


Whose fault is that??? All those players face double teams and focused defense on them at the end of the game... Kobe is the only one who fails to be able to get open and get a better shot than what he jacks up most of the time... His shot selection by far is one of the worst of all the superstars

Look at most of Jordan's game winners... He always found a way to get the best possible shot when he got the ball that's why his % is so high... Kobe's shot selection has always been his downfall... Reggie Miller was the same way... Ray Allen, Carmelo any of the great clutch players you can think of never let the defense force them into terrible shots with the game on the line too often... Ur making a case against Kobe retard
 02-16-2012, 05:03 PM         #126
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 Kevin said:
this thread is about clutch, not nba rings.

step ya reading comprehension up a few notches.
sorry fam we not impressed by regular season W's over here

but I know boxden posters love them some regular season victories
 6 years ago '07        #127
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 dre03 said:


Whose fault is that??? All those players face double teams and focused defense on them at the end of the game... Kobe is the only one who fails to be able to get open and get a better shot than what he jacks up most of the time... His shot selection by far is one of the worst of all the superstars

Look at most of Jordan's game winners... He always found a way to get the best possible shot when he got the ball that's why his % is so high... Kobe's shot selection has always been his downfall... Reggie Miller was the same way... Ray Allen, Carmelo any of the great clutch players you can think of never let the defense force them into terrible shots with the game on the line too often... Ur making a case against Kobe retard
dude is basically saying the object of the game isn't to execute and take the highest percentage shot u can get. like kobe's inability to separate, get himself open, or make the right play is actually to his credit, because he loses the game almost 3/4 of the time, but it looks really cool when he makes those tough ones.



i don't understand what has to go wrong to make a person that stupid
 6 years ago '04        #128
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 Nate187um said:
acknowledge what you want fam this is boxden

luckily though

players/coaches/gms you know the people actually involved in the NBA

WATCH & KNOW basketball

& they would choose Kobe to take the last shot to tie or win the game
It's called perception... People perceive Kobe as a better clutch shooter than those players because of his longevity in the league and the amount he has hit over the span of his career... That doesn't make it true or right...

And you are talking about the same GM's and coaches who preferred Sam Bowie over Jordan... Olowokandi over Dirk, Pierce and Vince Carter... Oden over Durant... Point is just because GM's prefer someone over another doesn't mean their preference always works in their favor... So try your argument again
 6 years ago '07        #129
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 philly337 said:
Somebody requested in the other thread (let me know if you want me to add anybody)

Shots attempted with under 24 seconds left in 4th quarter or ot trailing by two or less in regular season and playoffs (from 00-01 season until now)

Carmelo Anthony - 51% (25 for 49)
Chris Paul - 41% (13 for 32)
Dirk Nowitzki - 36% (21 for 59)
Ray Allen - 35% (21 for 60)
LeBron James - 31% (21 for 68)
Vince carter - 30% (22 for 73)
Kobe Bryant - 30% (31 for 103)
Dwayne wade - 27% (15 for 56)
Joe Johnson - 26% (17 for 65)
Derrick Rose - 25% (8 for 32)
Kevin Durant - 24% (11 for 45)
Yea Dirk is a "choker" alright....
 02-16-2012, 05:11 PM         #130
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shout out to anybody who actually watches games and isn't a stat junkie

shout out to the NBA players/coaches/gms who know the deal
 02-16-2012, 05:16 PM         #131
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I can already see it now

the fans of these loser type players after they retire

"oh he didn't win any rings....but but but but he shot a high % in the last 24 seconds of regular season games"

 6 years ago '08        #132
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 Nate187um said:
I can already see it now

the fans of these loser type players after they retire

"oh he didn't win any rings....but but but but he shot a high % in the last 24 seconds of regular season games"

lol which 1s you think won't get a ring?
 6 years ago '08        #133
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 carden2 said:
still jordan 9/18 50%, 6 finals, 6 rings. end of debate.
Retired, end of your debate.
 6 years ago '06        #134
philly337 20 heat pts20 OP
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 Nyse03 said:
I remember ESPN did an article about Kobe really not being that clutch. But you have to put CP3 numbers up there. I think he's pretty awesome in the clutch. Wats good with an update?
I already have paul on there
 6 years ago '10        #135
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 Nate187um said:
I can already see it now

the fans of these loser type players after they retire

"oh he didn't win any rings....but but but but he shot a high % in the last 24 seconds of regular season games"

I can see it now, "Aye, Kobe clutch as fu*k. Not like he rode the back of his big men as long and often as he could to win them 5 ships."

Oh wait, they already say that.
 6 years ago '10        #136
rek0nize 66 heat pts66
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Jordan won.
 6 years ago '06        #137
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This negroid Nate 187um has Hobe's Johnson lodged so far down his thorax that he's having a hard time accepting cold, hard facts..but of course n*ggas will always reach for that ring argument..

Luckily for Hobe..he had the likes of Horry..Fisher..Shaq and Gasol to bail him out..
 6 years ago '08        #138
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 Nate187um said:
shout out to anybody who actually watches games and isn't a stat junkie

shout out to the NBA players/coaches/gms who know the deal


since when does shooting low percentage in the "clutch" overshadow rings. i swear yall never played sh*t
 6 years ago '09        #139
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 philly337 said:
Added
can we try to look up the older era i wanna see millers jordans and the horry's
 6 years ago '09        #140
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 Gumb0 said:
The reason why percentages are overrated, because they don't count for how many times a player was fouled resulting in free throws or how many times fouls were not called on last shots (yes that happens more than you think) and you have to take in consideration how makeable the shot was. You can't expect a player to make fadeaway three pointers with 1 second on the clock and 2 men guarding him and that shot being the only option available to shoot a high percentage.

Plus why is clutch only counted in the last 24 seconds?
Why is clutch only about making shots? you can get clutch rebounds, steals, blocks, and a.ssists where are those stats?
this is whats always said when comparing certain players but now that people see low percentages from players now they want to count all those other things lol
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