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  • #16
    the formula is total points scored by any one player divided by the number of games played - that is points per game - it has nothing to do with teams total ppg

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    • #17
      Jose with 9.4 APG off the bench! That's awesome haha, can't wait!
      The Double Champ is here!
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      • #18
        Jose will just feed Val and rack up assists like crazy off the bench
        TORONTOOOOOO RAPTORSSSSSS

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        • #19
          flamingtimbits wrote: View Post
          So this is my prediction on stats for the team as it stands:
          Stats don't tell the whole story. But it's fun speculating (well at least for me it is).
          Agree/disagree with my stats? Can't be bothered? Think it's stupid?
          Join in, debate and let's predict some stats!
          I'd suggest a different format: predict stats PER 48 MINUTES for each player. You can compare to last year's per 48 stats - they should be pretty similar. The predict what percent of the 48 minutes for each position goes to each player (e.g., Lowry gets 67% of the PG minutes; Calderon gets 33% of the PG minutes).

          If you do it this way, you're much more likely to be accurate. Per 48 minutes played stats are meaningful. Stats per game are pretty random. Play more minutes (and take more shots) = higher stats even if you're crap.

          P.S. To get rid of the shots factor you would need to say what percent of the shots will each player take, multiplied by their shooting percentage. That starts looking a lot like proper stats, then ... clearly no fun.

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          • #20
            This thread reminds me of math in grade 7:

            If Jose gets one assist while on a train travelling to Chicago at 76km/h and Lowry steals twice in the first quarter en route to Dallas at 50km/h, how long will it take for Andrea to get 10 boards?
            Walking like I'm already there.

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            • #21
              If Aaron Gray fouls out at a rate of two fouls a minute, how many times will Jack Armstrong talk about Derozan's potential?

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              • #22
                the answer to both of your questions is coincidently 4.21

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                • #23
                  Amir, Gray, and JV...

                  Because if the refs are gonna call more fouls on the Raptors anyways, you might as well take initiative.
                  TORONTOOOOOO RAPTORSSSSSS

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                  • #24
                    10 000 Hours wrote: View Post
                    This thread reminds me of math in grade 7:

                    If Jose gets one assist while on a train travelling to Chicago at 76km/h and Lowry steals twice in the first quarter en route to Dallas at 50km/h, how long will it take for Andrea to get 10 boards?
                    That depends, is Bargnani on the train or watching it pass by?
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                    • #25
                      ezz_bee wrote: View Post
                      That depends, is Bargnani on the train or watching it pass by?
                      he's driving
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                      • #26
                        5's & 4's
                        Aaron Gray
                        2.1 PPG 3.5 RPG 0.5 BPG
                        Amir Johnson
                        7.5 PPG 6.4 RPG 1.1 BPG
                        Andrea Bargnani
                        21.2 PPG 6.5 RPG 1.0 BPG
                        Ed Davis
                        8.1 PPG 9.8 RPG 0.8 BPG
                        Jonas Valanciunas
                        8.6 PPG 7.2 RPG 1.2 BPG
                        Quincy Acy
                        1.2 PPG 4.1 RPG 0.4 BPG

                        3's & 2's
                        Alan Anderson
                        3.1 PPG 1.6 RPG 0.7 APG
                        Demar Derozan
                        16.9 PPG 3.3 RPG 2.2 APG
                        Landry Fields
                        12.1PPG 6.2 RPG 1.9 APG
                        Linas Kleiza
                        10.1 PPG 4.5 RPG 1.7 APG
                        Terrence Ross
                        8.2 PPG 3.0 RPG 2.1 APG

                        1's
                        John Lucas III
                        3.3 PPG 1.6 APG 0.3 SPG
                        Jose Calderon
                        8.3 PPG 6.5 APG 0.7 SPG
                        Kyle Lowry
                        16.3 PPG 7.4APG 1.6 SPG

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                        • #27
                          5's & 4's
                          Aaron Gray
                          1.8 PPG 2.8 RPG 0.4 BPG
                          Amir Johnson
                          6.7 PPG 4.2 RPG 0.7 BPG
                          Andrea Bargnani
                          24.1 PPG 5.7 RPG 0.9 BPG
                          Ed Davis
                          6.7 PPG 7.3 RPG 0.8 BPG
                          Jonas Valanciunas
                          5.5 PPG 5.8 RPG 1.1 BPG
                          Quincy Acy
                          1.8 PPG 2.8 RPG 0.3 BPG

                          3's & 2's
                          Alan Anderson
                          2.3 PPG 1.2 RPG 0.5 APG
                          Demar Derozan
                          16.3 PPG 3.6 RPG 2.2 APG
                          Landry Fields
                          6.5 PPG 4.2 RPG 1.5 APG
                          Linas Kleiza
                          9.3 PPG 3.5 RPG 1.1 APG
                          Terrence Ross
                          5.7 PPG 2.0 RPG 0.8 APG

                          1's
                          John Lucas III
                          2.4 PPG 1.2 APG 0.2 SPG
                          Jose Calderon
                          7.3 PPG 6.8 APG 0.7 SPG
                          Kyle Lowry
                          14.3 PPG 7.5 APG 1.6 SPG

                          Edit: Read first page. Interested in seeing who sits out of Lucas III, Acy, Anderson and Gray.
                          Last edited by Kadazzle; Thu Aug 16, 2012, 01:00 AM.

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                          • #28
                            PG
                            John Lucas - 4ppg, 1apg, 0.5spg
                            Jose Calderon - 8ppg, 4apg, 1spg
                            Kyle Lowry - 14ppg, 6apg, 2spg

                            SG
                            DeMar DeRozan - 20.5ppg, 3apg, 2spg
                            Terrence Ross - 8ppg, 1apg, 1spg
                            Alan Anderson - 5ppg, 1apg, 1spg

                            SF
                            Landry Fields - 11.5ppg, 2apg, 1spg
                            Linas Kleiza - 10ppg, 1apg, 1spg

                            PF
                            Andrea Bargnani - 25.0ppg, 3apg, 2spg, 6rpg
                            Ed Davis - 10.0ppg, 1apg, 1spg, 7rpg
                            Amir Johnson - 8ppg, 1apg, 1spg, 6rpg
                            Quincy Acy - 3.0ppg, 0.5apg, 0.5spg, 4rpg

                            C
                            Jonas Valanciunas - 12.0ppg, 1apg, 3spg, 10rpg
                            Aaron Gray - 5ppg, 1apg, 2spg, 7rpg
                            Jamal Magloire (if he returns) - 1.0ppg, 0.5apg, 0.5spg, 2rpg (in crunch time, he will manage to grab at least 2 boards)

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                            • #29
                              tenforthewin wrote: View Post
                              Jonas Valanciunas - 12.0ppg, 1apg, 3spg, 10rpg
                              Oh my, how awesome would that be... Also, 3 steals, but no blocks?

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                              • #30
                                tenforthewin wrote: View Post
                                DeMar DeRozan - 20.5ppg, 3apg, 2spg
                                20 ppg would be a miracle at this point. nonetheless, i say he goes for about 16-18 ppg
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