HEZI wrote:WASHINGTON (AP) — Thomas Bryant's perfect night was something the NBA hadn't seen in nearly a quarter-century.Bryant's 14 for 14 effort from the floor in Washington's triple-overtime 149-146 win over Phoenix on Saturday night was the first such game in the NBA since Gary Payton had the same shooting numbers in Seattle's win over Cleveland on Jan. 4, 1995.Bryant became the fifth player to have a 14-for-14 game or better, joining Payton, Bailey Howell, Billy McKinney and Wilt Chamberlain.
On ya mans though
Your guy made history with one game but my guy made history with a whole season
Ayton dominated the glass throughout his rookie campaign as he ranked first among rookies (13th overall) with 10.3 rebounds per game to go along with his 16.3 points per game (4th among rookies). He led all rookies with 39 double-doubles on the season, nine more than second place Trae Young. Ayton reached his 30th double-double in his 51st career game and, since Shaquille O’Neal in 1992-93, only Blake Griffin, Emeka Okafor and Tim Duncan reached the mark in fewer career games (Basketball-Reference).
The Big Fella not only filled the stat sheet, but he did so at a highly efficient level ranking first among rookies and 10th overall in field goal percentage (58.5%). It is the highest field goal percentage by a rookie averaging a double-double in NBA history while also being the third-highest field goal percentage ever by a qualified rookie (Steve Johnson and Otis Thorpe).
Tell Bryant to tighten up tho. He seems to love getting destroying by my squad
You dont want the smoke!