ty 4191 wrote:Mr. Perfect wrote:Lebron can break the scoring record within the next 6 games. We're getting close.
What LeBron is doing is simply unbelievable and historically unprecedented.
Ok, so, it's easier to score and produce offense the last couple years. Let's take that into account:
All time, age 38, inflation adjusted/75 possessions stats (Backpicks.com):
--LeBron: PTS: 29.3 (96th percentile), tTS%: +1.1: (59th%), Passer Rating: (97th%), BPM: (97th%)
--Jordan: PTS: 28.1 (98th%), rTS%: -5.2 (7th%), Passer Rating: (90th%), BPM: (62nd%)
--Kareem: PTS: 25.6 (95th%), rTS%: +6.2 (92nd%), Passer Rating: (62nd%), BPM: (96th%)
--Karl Malone: PTS: 24.7 (94th%), rTS%: +1.2 (58th%), Passer Rating: +6.8 (89th%), BPM: (95th%)
--Stockton: PTS: 16.9 (50th%), rTS: +9.2 (98th%), Passer Rating: (98th%), BPM: (96th%)
--Duncan: PTS: 19.2 (68th%), rTS: +2.6 (72nd%), Passer Rating: (85th%), BPM: (95th%)
--Reggie Miller: 15.6 (39th%), rTS: +8.4 (97th%), Passer Rating: (86th%), BPM: (83rd%)
Best slash lines (10+/5+/5+), 20 game span, ages 37-38:
LeBron (last 20 games): 34.3/8.2/7.4
Karl Malone: 24.6/9.9/5.0
LeBron has 30 straight games with 20+ points. Here are the longest streaks this year:
Don't want to interfere with your personal stats stuff, but Kareem was able to win the ring while being the Finals MVP at age 38.