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NBA Historical Stats (Since 1984-1985)

Player GP MIN FGM FGA FG% 3PM 3PA 3P% FTM FTA FT% REB AST STL BLK PTS
Karl Malone147654853.01352826210.51685310.274978713188.7421496852472085114336928
Michael Jordan107241013.01219224537.4975811778.32773278772.83566725633251489332292
Kobe Bryant124545568.21105524374.45416404895.33579509489.83866015924183562031700
Shaquille O'Neal120741916.81133019458.582122.045593511252.527130993026739273228596
Hakeem Olajuwon123844222.01074920991.51225124.20254237620.7121374730572163382526946
Dirk Nowitzki118842606.6940719749.47614713843.38365017400.879959531391036109526786

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Offensive/Defensive disparity between conferences?

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Post#1 Offensive/Defensive disparity between confere
Wed Sep 12, 2012 11:55 pm by TwentyOne920

Last season the top 5 offensive teams by ORtg were San Antonio, Oklahoma City, Denver, LA Clippers, and Chicago. Only Chicago's from the east.

The top 5 defensive teams OTOH were Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Miami, and New York. No west teams here.

I know schedule plays a factor in why the East is better defensively (playing teams like the Bobcats twice instead of once and playing teams like San Antonio once, given the lockout schedule) but conversely why are the Eastern teams also poor on offense?
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