I don't think I have to explain to you why counting stats are terrible in general. Jokic has high win shares because of assists. That's it. There's your entire bias in counting stats like win shares. Even with the heavy assists bias Embiid is still 2nd in WS/48 which isn't biased towards players who have played more.Kurtz wrote:draftnightsuit wrote:Duke4life831 wrote:Ya you know either than the fact Jokic is having the better season and all. But ya Embiid would be the unanimous MVP with no debate for sure.
Embiid is better than Jokic at everything except for assists and shooting %. Embiid is the better scorer, rebounder, defender, has a higher PER, and a better record. Jokic is the better passer and is slightly more efficient.
Sixers are 26-7 with Embiid, 9-9 without him. If there was any question as to who the MVP is, that answers it.
Like I said, no debate.
PER 31.3 for one and 31.4 for the other. Hey, if we're going in that direction, how about mentioning the stat that resides right next to PER - Win Shares? Joker 11.2, Embiid 6.4. Not in the same universe.
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