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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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League-wide stats by position

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Post#1 League-wide stats by position
Wed Sep 26, 2012 10:58 am by Kobe Bean

As in, league-wide FG%, PPG and RPG for SF's for example

Do those exist anywhere online? I can't seem to find them
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Post#2 Re: League-wide stats by position
Wed Sep 26, 2012 2:55 pm by Nivek

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Post#3 Re: League-wide stats by position
Thu Sep 27, 2012 9:39 am by Kobe Bean

ha, i only knew about individual stats on that site. seems like the stats stop at '06 there too though

thanks a lot anyways
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Post#4 Re: League-wide stats by position
Thu Sep 27, 2012 12:56 pm by Nivek

At hoopdata, you can search/sort by position. Some of their position designations are iffy, but that's not really their fault as much as it is the reality of basketball where guys slide between positions based on matchups, injuries, coach preference, team need, etc. Coaches have this weird thing they do where they worry more about trying to win games than about keeping guys at the same position to make analysis easier. :D
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