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Here are some stats I found enjoy(hope you choke and die on it)

The Miami Heat have scored 102 points per game and allowed 92 points per game in the last 10 games

LeBron James is averaging 27.2 points in the last 10 games.

In the clutch this season Kobe has an eFG% of .397, Melo eFG% is .474, Lebron eFG% is .517. Melo scores the most points(43.6), Kobe(38.8), LeBron(35)

In the clutch this season Kobe attempts the most shots with 35.7 FGs, Melo attempts 25.9 FGs, LeBron attempts 24.7 FGs.

The Heat play their best when Ray Allen is on the bench(according to stats).Heat score +13.2pts when allen is on bench.

Chris Bosh is shooting 25% from 3 this season.

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wat is an eFG%?

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wat is an eFG%?

eFG%=Effective Field Goal Percentage; the formula is (FG + 0.5 * 3P) / FGA. This statistic adjusts for the fact that a 3-point field goal is worth one more point than a 2-point field goal. For example, suppose Player A goes 4 for 10 with 2 threes, while Player B goes 5 for 10 with 0 threes. Each player would have 10 points from field goals, and thus would have the same effective field goal percentage (50%).
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wat is an eFG%?

Its like FG% but it considers that 3s are worth more

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wat is an eFG%?

effective field goal percentage. It takes into account 3 pointers.

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I'm not sure what the point of this thread is.

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I'm not sure what the point of this thread is.

cliff shut up. you are the failure of the family.

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TS%>>

Yeah but doesnt account for clutch. Clutch shots in this case don't include free-throws, TS% is combined 2 pointers, 3 pointers, and FTs.

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cliff shut up. you are the failure of the family.

:cool:

Their sister Christina is a stripper

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Yeah but doesnt account for clutch. Clutch shots in this case don't include free-throws, TS% is combined 2 pointers, 3 pointers, and FTs.

Free throws in the clutch are just as important as shots.

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Free throws in the clutch are just as important as shots.

If "clutch" in this case is talking about final second shots, TS% doesnt really matter since no ref is gonna call a shooting foul in the last possession of the game unless its blatant, but the other team isnt going to foul. But if its talking about clutch in the final 5 minutes of the 4th then yes.

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If "clutch" in this case is talking about final second shots, TS% doesnt really matter since no ref is gonna call a shooting foul in the last possession of the game unless its blatant, but the other team isnt going to foul. But if its talking about clutch in the final 5 minutes of the 4th then yes.

The Clutch stats he talks about are probably in the final 5 minutes. And anyway, if we are speaking last shots, FG% would be more useful since u dont care if its a three or a two, u just need a bucket

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The Clutch stats he talks about are probably in the final 5 minutes. And anyway, if we are speaking last shots, FG% would be more useful since u dont care if its a three or a two, u just need a bucket

not if your down by 3 or more.

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The Clutch stats he talks about are probably in the final 5 minutes. And anyway, if we are speaking last shots, FG% would be more useful since u dont care if its a three or a two, u just need a bucket

Team could be tied, down by 1 or 2 or 3 points. All 3 players melo, kobe, lebron have been in different amount of clutch games and different scenarios requiring them to take different shots, whether it be a 2 or a 3. So eFG% imo is more useful in this case since one player may have to take more 3s, which is the harder shot and have a lower FG%, while the other takes more 2's and has a higher FG%, but eFG% neutralizes it.

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not if your down by 3 or more.

Or more"? How, if its the last shot and ur down by 4, ur kinda screwed

Team could be tied, down by 1 or 2 or 3 points. All 3 players melo, kobe, lebron have been in different amount of clutch games and different scenarios requiring them to take different shots, whether it be a 2 or a 3. So eFG% imo is more useful in this case since one player may have to take more 3s, which is the harder shot and have a lower FG%, while the other takes more 2's and has a higher FG%, but eFG% neutralizes it.

Anyway, why the hell are we debating this?

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Or more"? How, if its the last shot and ur down by 4, ur kinda screwed

Anyway, why the hell are we debating this?

because im bored af waiting for the warriors game to start while watching j cole videos and facebooking on the other tabs. But im about to leave for dat subway so this debate will end.

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because im bored af waiting for the warriors game to start while watching j cole videos and facebooking on the other tabs. But im about to leave for dat subway so this debate will end.

Have a good sandwich young man

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dont tell me what to do

Dont tell me what to not do

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