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Luno7
07-09-2010, 10:12 AM
I hate him as much as anyone right now, but let's be serious - 19 ppg - 11 apg - 10 rpg - TAKE IT TO THE BANK!

Erik2806
07-09-2010, 10:14 AM
umm..no..

MA5Bergey
07-09-2010, 10:15 AM
No he won't. He'll average 19-22 ppg, 9-11 apg, and 7-8 rpg.

dtbrehm
07-09-2010, 10:15 AM
18 ppg, 9 rpg, 7 apg

anonymous123
07-09-2010, 10:16 AM
Actually his numbers will probably be a lot lower than normal. He will be deferring the rebound to Bosh, and he will be sharing the points and assists with Wade.

dmoneythegoat
07-09-2010, 10:17 AM
Actually his numbers will probably be a lot lower than normal. He will be deferring the rebound to Bosh, and he will be sharing the points and assists with Wade.

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PerfectFormForever
07-09-2010, 10:18 AM
He could, but it depends on how much ball-handling responsibilities he gets. He earned those 7-8 solid assists a game in Cleveland, but he was controlling the ball most of the time too since their point guard and shooting guard were not dependable. Now he's got D-Wade and Mario Chalmers (or another PG they might bring in), and I don't see him having the ball to distribute as much.

Daewoo_Lanos
07-09-2010, 10:18 AM
realisitically, i'm guessing 24-25 ppg, 11-12 asts, 7 rebs.

wade will probably avg 28 or so.

bosh will hit 19 or 20 per night.

lebron scores way too easily to ever avg below 20 ppg. he'd literally have to take 9 shots per game to only score 20ppg.

wont come close to avging a trip-dub, but im expecting him to have 20+ of them scattered throughout the season.

Luno7
07-09-2010, 10:19 AM
Actually his numbers will probably be a lot lower than normal. He will be deferring the rebound to Bosh, and he will be sharing the points and assists with Wade.

well, let's see....he averaged 28 ppg last year, so i would say 19 is a considerable dip. assists will go up naturally because he's playing with better players who finish consistently. and as an athletic freak, rebounding is just in his blood.

MA5Bergey
07-09-2010, 10:20 AM
realisitically, i'm guessing 24-25 ppg, 11-12 asts, 7 rebs.

wade will probably avg 28 or so.

bosh will hit 19 or 20 per night.

lebron scores way too easily to ever avg below 20 ppg. he'd literally have to take 9 shots per game to only score 20ppg.

wont come close to avging a trip-dub, but im expecting him to have 20+ of them scattered throughout the season.

There's no way all three of them average 20 ppg or higher. Lebron will take the point a lot more than he did in Cleveland because Chalmers isn't the PG that Mo was. And Bosh is not a great rebounder, so as a forward, Lebron will have to help out down low.

Daewoo_Lanos
07-09-2010, 10:21 AM
There's no way all three of them average 20 ppg or higher.

i lol'd.

watch it happen with ease, and if it doesnt, it will be because bosh is avging 19.

kenonator
07-09-2010, 10:22 AM
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dtbrehm
07-09-2010, 10:23 AM
wont come close to avging a trip-dub, but im expecting him to have 20+ of them scattered throughout the season.

Lebron has 34 triple doubles in seven seasons, yet you're expecting him to have at least 20 next season?

Luno7
07-09-2010, 10:24 AM
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why brah? i'm just trying to open people's minds and start interesting sports discussion. hasn't happened since the BIG O, so i figured averaging a trip dub for the year might be something you were interested in.

SgSpartan
07-09-2010, 10:24 AM
22 points, 7 rebs, 6 asts.

bking10
07-09-2010, 10:25 AM
espn was saying that wade will probably get 28 points, lebron around 22-25, and bosh around 15. thats only 65-70 points and they are going to need score in the upper 90s to be contenders. thats around 30 points they need to make up between miller and bench players.

lebron will need to average 10 assist at least

Daewoo_Lanos
07-09-2010, 10:30 AM
Lebron has 34 triple doubles in seven seasons, yet you're expecting him to have at least 20 next season?

lebron had 73 games in 7 seasons where he missed a triple double only because of the assists.

so if he was playing with wade and bosh from day 1, or comparable elite players who can actually finish, i'd say 70 of those would've been triple doubles and he'd have 104 in his 7 year career, which averages to 15 per season. i say he gets 20 next year.

Luno7
07-09-2010, 10:31 AM
lebron had 73 games in 7 seasons where he missed a triple double only because of the assists.

so if he was playing with wade and bosh from day 1, or comparable elite players who can actually finish, i'd say 70 of those would've been triple doubles and he'd have 104 in his 7 year career, which averages to 15 per season. i say he gets 20 next year.

way to bring it. good stat.

trainTilfailure
07-09-2010, 10:40 AM
Lebron has 34 triple doubles in seven seasons, yet you're expecting him to have at least 20 next season?

its very possible. If every night, lebron had the mindset of going after a triple double, i can assure you he has the ability to do so, esp. with wade and bosh now.

however, i doubt lebrons cares about stats as much as he cares about winning. afterall he is going to take a shot at his production by sharing the ball with wade

MA5Bergey
07-09-2010, 10:41 AM
its very possible. If every night, lebron had the mindset of going after a triple double, i can assure you he has the ability to do so, esp. with wade and bosh now.

however, i doubt lebrons cares about stats as much as he cares about winning. afterall he is going to take a shot at his production by sharing the ball with wade

lol we're talking about the guy who said that he went to Miami because they won't have the pressure to score 30 every night. He's soft.

trainTilfailure
07-09-2010, 10:45 AM
lol we're talking about the guy who said that he went to Miami because they won't have the pressure to score 30 every night. He's soft.

? how is this relevant? since when do you need 30points a game for a triple double?

thats not even the main point of my statement, my statement was that getting a triple double every night is not the mindset of lebron james when he plays. i HIGHLY doubt he cares about avg.ing a triple double. he CAN do it though on this miami team

kenonator
07-09-2010, 10:48 AM
why brah? i'm just trying to open people's minds and start interesting sports discussion. hasn't happened since the BIG O, so i figured averaging a trip dub for the year might be something you were interested in.

why does it suck? People are just arbitrarily throwing around numbers for his stats. No one knows at this point how they are gonna run their game. I think LBJ will has some pretty stats as always but still....

Pauly-Walnuts
07-09-2010, 10:48 AM
He will avg 45 minutes per game with no bench, legs will tire fast and he will fail. How long before he blocks D-wade so he can be the high scorer of the game?

Daewoo_Lanos
07-09-2010, 10:51 AM
How long before he blocks D-wade so he can be the high scorer of the game?

bingo! this is what I expect from a guy who averaged 30 pts and 9 asts last season, when he couldve averaged 36 pts and 6 assists and no one wouldve blamed him for not passing to his extremely talented teammates.
























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07-09-2010, 10:55 AM
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ilikebeer
07-09-2010, 12:32 PM
we can certainly say lebrom will average a double double next season (pts asts) and he will probably come up a little short with the rebounds. id say he will have quit a bit of triple doubles next season though. he will easily get the assists though because he actual has guys that can finish.