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MrAWatts
03-09-2015, 02:07 PM
Which is more that Lillard and Irving COMBINED (332).



Lol

GooBaaa
03-09-2015, 02:08 PM
What happened feb 1st?

MrAWatts
03-09-2015, 02:09 PM
What happened feb 1st?


The month of Feb started...? Point of reference for the productivity over the last 5ish weeks vs a few peers.

4567081110
03-09-2015, 02:10 PM
Seth Partnow
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By my rough calculations, Westbrook has shot, TO'd or set up the scoring attempts on about 80% of OKC's plays he's played over last 8 games.
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Seth Partnow ********@SethPartnow 14h14 hours ago
By comparison, LeBron is in second place on that metric for the season. At 57%.

mk8
03-09-2015, 02:14 PM
Seth Partnow
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By my rough calculations, Westbrook has shot, TO'd or set up the scoring attempts on about 80% of OKC's plays he's played over last 8 games.
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Seth Partnow ********@SethPartnow 14h14 hours ago
By comparison, LeBron is in second place on that metric for the season. At 57%.

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Westbrook is playing at an incredibly high level but this "stat" shouldn't be used against other point guards. You could probably use numerous other names too besides Kyrie and Dame. You're just making yourself look silly. This goes without saying, he has the ball in his hands literally almost every single possession.

MrAWatts
03-09-2015, 02:15 PM
Seth Partnow
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By my rough calculations, Westbrook has shot, TO'd or set up the scoring attempts on about 80% of OKC's plays he's played over last 8 games.
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Seth Partnow ********@SethPartnow 14h14 hours ago
By comparison, LeBron is in second place on that metric for the season. At 57%.


Crazy stuff





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Westbrook is playing at an incredibly high level but this "stat" shouldn't be used against other point guards. You could probably use numerous other names too besides Kyrie and Dame. You're just making yourself look silly. This goes without saying, he has the ball in his hands literally almost every single possession.


Not really. MVP is whoever is most essential to their team. That stat clearly shows how much Westbrook is affecting every aspect of his team. They literally depend on him to succeed.


And it's relevant against other pgs because people like to accuse him of chucking but this demonstrates that even though he is scoring at a high level, he is getting his teammates involved more successfully than other pgs.

pjcryst115
03-09-2015, 03:21 PM
And it's relevant against other pgs because people like to accuse him of chucking but this demonstrates that even though he is scoring at a high level, he is getting his teammates involved more successfully than other pgs.

He might be the first player to ever chuck and get his teammates involved at the same time

1quick1
03-09-2015, 03:22 PM
Westbrook is playing out of the world.

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HairyScandinavian
03-09-2015, 03:25 PM
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Day1086
03-09-2015, 03:49 PM
How's he done since january 1st? or how about since october 31st

Spill512
03-09-2015, 03:54 PM
God echelon. His face belongs in the clouds now with Kobe and Jordan.

sknot1454
03-09-2015, 04:10 PM
Someone on Mike and Mike this morning said he was the MVP because his play is keeping the Thunder in the playoff hunt which lets Durant rest even longer.

It's not illogical.