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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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Clutch stats and +/- stats for Michael Jordan

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Post#1 Clutch stats and +/- stats for Michael Jordan
Thu Nov 8, 2012 5:29 am by Gregoire

Who can give me some info about individual SRS, +/- stats and clutch stats from MJ era? saying 90-2003 years? Thanks.
nate33 wrote:

Yeah, when ever I make all time comparisons, I pretty much ignore the pre-3PT-line era. The game was so different then. It's apples and oranges. Those guys may be better or may be worse, we're never really going to know.
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Post#2 Re: Clutch stats and +/- stats for Michael Jo
Thu Nov 8, 2012 7:17 am by blabla

There's no such thing as individual SRS.
There's a project on APBR to construct an artificial version of RAPM for the 90s, but it's a work in progress
http://apbr.org/metrics/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=8067
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Post#3 Re: Clutch stats and +/- stats for Michael Jo
Thu Nov 8, 2012 7:47 pm by SideshowBob

By individual SRS, I assume you're referring to Elgee's Simple In/Out numbers. There really is no database for those figures, but you can calculate them yourself for Jordan. All you have to do is look at the [SRS] performance of the Bulls in Games that Jordan played in, and compare it to the games he didn't play in. Be sure to try to control for key players missing time as well, as not doing that can skew the results.
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