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Slats7
02-04-2016, 04:44 PM
"Points per 36 minutes | Curry: 31.9 | Westbrook: 25.4
Rebounds per 36 minutes | Curry: 5.6 | Westbrook: 7.6
Assists per 36 minutes | Curry: 7.0 | Westbrook: 10.3
Steals per 36 minutes | Curry: 2.3 | Westbrook: 2.5
Blocks per 36 minutes | Curry: 0.2 | Westbrook: 0.3
Turnovers per 36 minutes | Curry: 3.5 | Westbrook: 4.5
Field Goal Percentage | Curry: 51.1% | Westbrook: 45.6%
3PT Percentage | Curry: 45.5% | Westbrook: 29.1%
FT Percentage | Curry: 91.4% | Westbrook: 81.5%

Offensive Rating (higher is better) | Curry: 127 | Westbrook: 114
Defensive Rating (lower is better) | Curry: 101 | Westbrook: 101
Net Rating (combined Rating) | Curry: 26 | Westbrook: 13
Usage Rate | Curry: 32.1 | Westbrook: 32.9
Turnover Percentage | Curry: 12.9% | Westbrook: 16.2%

Box Plus-Minus (traditional) | Curry: 13.0 | Westbrook: 10.2
**The highest single season Box Plus-Minus was achieved by LeBron James in 2008-09 with a 12.99 BPM. If sustained, Curry would break that record while Westbrook would rank 15th on the all-time list.

Win Shares per 48 minutes | Curry: .354 | Westbrook: .256
**The most Win Shares per 48 averaged in a single season was .3399 by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in 1971-72. If sustained, Curry would break that record while Westbrook would rank 74th on the all-time list.

True Shooting Percentage | Curry: 68.3% | Westbrook: 55.1%
**The highest single season True Shooting Percentage was 70.8% achieved by Tyson Chandler in 2011-12. If sustained, Curry would rank 10th on the all-time list. Every other member of the top 10 is a big man except for Kyle Korver, who put together the 4th most efficient True Shooting season of all time last year as a spot up shooter. Westbrook doesn’t even make the top 300.

Player Efficiency Rating (total on-court production) | Curry: 32.9 | Westbrook: 28.8
**The highest single season PER of all time was achieved by Wilt Chamberlain in 1962-63 with a 31.82 PER. If sustained, Curry would break that record while Westbrook would rank 38th of all time.

-BONUS-
ESPN uses an updated formula to calculate a player’s plus-minus impact given average teammates and average opponents. They call it REAL Plus-Minus.

Offensive RPM (higher is better) | Curry: 9.36 | Westbrook: 7.99
**Curry leads the league in Offensive RPM this season. Westbrook is the runner up.

Defensive RPM (higher is better) | Curry: 1.29 | Westbrook: 1.61
**Among point guards, Westbrook is 3rd ranked in Defensive RPM this season. Curry is right behind him in the 4th spot.

[Total] RPM | Curry: 10.65 | Westbrook: 9.60
**Curry leads the league in RPM this season. Westbrook is the runner up.

Wins Produced for Team based on RPM (Adjusted for number of possessions) | Curry: 13.14 Wins | Westbrook: 12.72 Wins
**Curry leads the league in wins produced. Westbrook is the runner up.

waddupi
02-04-2016, 04:51 PM
Nerds gonna nerd.

Dave P
02-04-2016, 05:00 PM
I don't see a line for chewing on your mouth guard per 36 or cocky dancing per 48.

Poppingtags
02-04-2016, 05:29 PM
What are we trying to show here OP?


Everyone knows Rustle is the 2nd best PG behind Curry

momason
02-04-2016, 05:59 PM
I thought these stats were h2h.. why make this thread? any nerd can look these up in 20 seconds.

SompletelyCober
02-04-2016, 06:23 PM
Curry once again proven to be the best player the league has seen since D-Wade


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