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Tendown June 28, 2015

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Tendown 180 is here.  This is 181.

CEO-to-worker compensation ratio, 1965–2014



View the underlying data on epi.org.

1. Diddy. Kettlebell.

2. When he's right, he's right.  I mean, they should be recognized - they fought a war against the US in order to maintain a system of racial supremacy.  We should recognize that.  This ain't a 21st century agenda for the left.  Maybe for Democrats - but there's never been a day in my life where "Jefferson Davis Highway" ever made a damn bit of sense.  It's always been an agenda.  


The Left's 21st century agenda: expunging every trace of respect, recognition or acknowledgment of Americans who fought for the Confederacy.

The Top 10 Wrestling Matches of The First Half of 2015

Saturday, June 27, 2015

I watch a lot of wrestling.  Here are the best matches in the first half of 2015.

1. Kushida v. O'Reilly.  June, NJPW.


Best of the Super Jr. Final: KUSHIDA vs... by purocentral

2. Nakamura v. Ibushi Jan, NJPW

2015.01.04- Shinsuke Nakamura (c) vs... by dixonkyle4

3. Ibushi v. Harashima Feb, DDT

HARASHIMA (c) Vs Kota Ibushi (DDT) by JAHMAL1111

4. Ishii v. Honma  Feb., NJPW


5. Yoshino/Shachihoko Boy v. Susumu/Kagetora  Apr, DG

Masato Yoshino & Shachihoko BOY (c) vs Jimmy... by JAHMAL1111

6. Harada v. Kotoge  Jan, NOAH

{NOAH} GHC Jr. Championship: Atsushi Kotoge (c... by NoCode1

7. Harada v. Kotoge  December, 2014 NOAH

Daisuke Harada Vs. Atsushi Kotoge (12-6-14) GHC... by NoCode1

8. Tanahashi v. Okada  Jan, NJPW

2015.01.04- Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) vs... by dixonkyle4

9. Lesnar v. Rollins v. Cena  Jan, WWE

2015.01.25- Brock Lesnar vs. John Cena vs... by dixonkyle4

10. Go v. Miyahara  Mar, AJPW 

Go Shiozaki  (c) vs. Kento Miyahara (AJPW) by JAHMAL1111




















2015 NBA Draft - Top 50 Prospects

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Here's my final board for the 2015 NBA Draft.

1.     KA Towns C UK
2.     D. Russell PG Oh St.
3.     J. Okafor C Duke
4.     K.Porzingis PF Latvia
5.     E.Mudiay PG China
6.     F.Kaminsky C Wisc
7.     D.Wright PG Utah
8.     M.Turner PF Tex
9.     J.Winslow SF Duke
10.  C.Payne PG Murray
11.  M.Hezonja SG Croatia
12.  T.Jones PG Duke
13.  B.Portis PF Ark
14.  S.Johnson SF Ariz
15.  S.Dekker SF Wisc
16.  W.Cauley Stein C UK
17.  D.Booker SG UK
18.  RJ Hunter SG Geo St.
19.  K.Oubre SF Kan
20.  K.Looney SF UCLA
21.  C.Wood PF UNLV
22.  R.Holmes PF BGSU
23.  S.Tuttle PF UNI
24.  T.Lyles PF UK
25.  A.Williams PF UCSB
26.  R.Upshaw C Wash
27.  C.Osman SG Turkey
28.  A.White PF Iowa
29.  G.Hernangomez C Spain
30.  D.Johnson C UK
31.  R.Hollis-Jefferson SF Ari
32.  J.Anderson SF UVA
33.  M.Harrell PF Louis
34.  J.Grant PG ND
35.  T.Rozier PG Louis
36.  R.Vaughn SF UNLV
37.  C.Alexander PF Kan
38.  M.Frazier SG UF
39.  C.McCullough PF Syr
40.  B.Weber PG VCU
41.  M.Garcia SG Spain
42.  P.Connaughton SF ND
43.  J.Martin PF LSU
44.  Q.Cook PG Duke
45.  O.Hanlan SG BC
46.  V.Hunter SF UTEP
47.  B.Dawson SF Mich St.
48.  T.Harvey SG EWash
49.  T.Haws SG BYU
50.  T.Graham SG VCU

This is (Not) a 2015 NBA Mock Draft (or please, please please don't draft...ah hell, do whatever you want, we won the Title!)

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

As I do each year, here would be my Round One of the NBA Draft were I selecting for each team.

It's not prognostication.

Normally, I'd include something about who I want the Warriors to avoid.  That seems less important this year for some reason.

1. Minnesota KA Towns C UK
2. LA Lakers D.Russell PG Ohio St.

-Russell's my top guy on the board, not by a lot, not enough that Minnesota shouldn't take Towns, but I like him enough over Okafor that the Lakers, who really should be acquiring assets, should take him.

3. Philadelphia E.Mudiay PG China
4. New York J.Okafor C Duke
5. Orlando K.Porzingis PF Latvia

-The real draft goes smoother than this when the Lakers take Okafor.  Here, the Sixers who can't use him instead take the second best PG.  The Knicks are good with any of the available options; I don't know about fit with Porzingis and the Magic, but these are the top 5 players on the board. in some 2-5 order they go.

6. Sacramento D.Wright PG Utah

7. Denver F.Kaminsky C Wisc
-These guys aren't going this high; once we get by the first five, then my valuation starts to diverge from what you're likely to see.

8. Detroit M. Turner PF Texas

9. Charlotte M.Hezonja SG Croatia

10. Miami S.Dekker SF Wisc

11. Indiana B. Portis PF Ark

12. Utah C.Payne PG Murray St.

13. Phoenix D.Booker SG UK

14. OKC J.Winslow SF Duke

15. Atlanta W.Cauley-Stein C UK

16. Boston S.Johnson SF Ariz

17. Milwaukee RJ Hunter SG Geo St.

18. Houston T. Jones PG Duke

19. Washington C.Wood PF UNLV

20. Toronto G. Hernangomez C Spain

21. Dallas K.Oubre SF Kansas

22. Chicago C.Osman PG Turkey

23. Portland R.Holmes PF BGSU

24. Cleveland A.Williams SF UCSB

25. Memphis M.Frazier SG UF

26. San Antonio S.Tuttle PF UNI

27. LA Lakers T.Lyles PF UK

28. Boston D.Johnson C UK

29. Brooklyn J.Anderson SF UVA

30. Golden St. R.Upshaw C Wash









June, 2015 Athlete of the Month

Monday, June 22, 2015

May is here.


American Pharoah.

Runners-up: LeBron James, Duncan Keith, Andre Iguodala

The year's half over.  Here's where we stand in the race for 2015 Athlete of the Year.

January - Marshawn Lynch
February - Malcolm Butler
March - Breanna Stewart
April - Steph Curry
May - Floyd Mayweather
June - American Pharoah

Who will be Athlete of the Year?

Tendown June 21, 2015

Sunday, June 21, 2015

179 is here. This is 180.




1. Hopefully you took my investment advice.  There has never been, listen to me here, in NBA history, a team as good as the Warriors has never lost an NBA Finals to a team like the Cavaliers.  Never, never ever ever.  This wasn't about Kyrie Irving or Kevin Love - this is 70 years of history.  This series was never in doubt.

This is the greatest Warrior team of all time.

It's the 6th greatest NBA Champion of All Time.

2..But this is probably not as important as steroids.

3. Christian privilege in a Texas nutshell.

4. 

5. You don't need an appendectomy.

6. Every Week Until He Stops - Vote For Bernie Sanders

7. The 100 greatest basketball players of all time.

8. Another lone gunman.  But there really aren't any right wing terrorists.

9. The shooting seems less likely part of the War on Christmas and more likely something else.  But what do I know?

Two quotes from this week.  "You rape our women and are taking over our country and you have to go."

They're sending people that have lots of problems, and they're bringing those problems with us. They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists.

The first was the gunman about blacks.  The second was Trump about Mexican immigrants.


10. Every last one of them.




And one more...



That's all for this time.  I'll be back next time.  If there is a next time...

Your pal.

Jim

The 100 Greatest Basketball Players of All Time

Saturday, June 20, 2015



Through 2016-17.

The first list is my looking to do a qualitative ranking, trying to balance a per game vs. a career value, considering older basketball quality vs a more modern game, considering the value of the ABA totals. and considering not just regular season but the importance of the playoffs. It's my current view of what the list of best players ever should be. Yes, I think it's the best list of the 100 best basketball players ever that exists.  

The numbers: - total Win Shares (regular season and playoffs and, when applicable, ABA). Games played.  Win Shares/game. Career span. Teams for which the player had five years of service. Active players in bold.

The second list is quantitative only.  Just ranked by overall Win Shares.  Every player who hits 90 overall Win Shares is listed and that's the cohort considered for the top list.  There might be an active player who you love who isn't listed in the top 100, if he doesn't have 90 Win Shares he isn't considered.  Not enough career value.  

Here we go.

Last Five Out
105. Anthony Mason 95     PF   978    .097    1989-2003 Knicks
104. Sam Perkins      115.9 PF   1453   .077    1985-01 Mavericks/Sonics
103. Alex English     107.2 SF  1261   .085    1976-91 Nuggets
102.  Tyson Chandler 103.1 C    1106 .093 2001-   Bulls
101. Otis Thorpe         111.9 PF   1335   .084    1984-01 Rockets/Kings

The 100 Greatest Basketball Players Of All Time
      100. Dennis Rodman  101.5 PF    1080   .094   1986-00 Pistons
      99. Ben Wallace        108.9 C     1218   .089   1996-12 Pistons
      98.  Bob McAdoo      95.3   C     946    .101    1972-86 Braves
      97. Bob Cousy          100.2 PG   1033   .097   1950-70 Celtics
      96. Cliff Hagan         96      SF    934    .103   1957-70 Hawks
      95. Grant Hill           102.5 SF    1065   .096   1994-13 Pistons/Suns/Magic
      94. Hal Greer           109.9 SG    1214   .091   1958-73 76ers
      93. Alonzo Mourning 97.2 C      933    .104    1992-2008 Heat
      92 Carmelo Anthony 102.8 SF 1032 .100  Nuggets/Knicks
      91. Tracy McGrady    101.8 SG/SF  988 .103  1997-12 Rockets
      
      90.  Russell Westbrook 90.4 PG 755  .120  2008-  Thunder
      89. Dave Cowens      95.7  C       855     .112   1970-83 Celtics
      88. Bill Sharman       92.1 SG     789     .117   1950-61 Celtics
      87. Vern Mikkelson  92.6 PF      784      .118   1950-9 Lakers
      86. Zelmo Beaty      120.6 (aba 55.9)  C      1004   .120     1962-75 Hawks 
      85. Amare Stoudemire 100.1 PF 924   .108   2003-16   Suns/Knicks
      84. Terry Porter        122   PG       1398   .087   1985-02 Blazers
      83. Detlef Schrempf 116.2 SF/PF  1250 .093   1985-01 Sonics/Pacers
      82. Maurice Cheeks 116.6 PG       1234    .094   1978-93 76ers
      81Sam Jones           107.5 SG    1025   .105    1957-69 Celtics
      
      80.  Eddie Jones        107.9 SG     1035  .104    1994-08 Heat/Lakers
      79Sidney Moncrief  98.2 SG      860    .114    1979-91 Bucks
      78. Bill Laimbeer     116.3 C        1181   .098   1980-94 Pistons
      77. Tony Parker     122.7 PG          1350  .095      2001- Spurs 
      76. Rasheed Wallace 120.4 PF/C    1286  .094   1995-13 Blazers/Pistons
      75.  Allen Iverson     106.3 PG/SG  985  .108    1996-10 76ers
      74Elton Brand      113.8 PF        1098   .104    1999-16 Clippers
      73. Buck Williams    128.1 PF      1415    .091   1981-98 Nets/Blazers
      72. Jerry Lucas        103.3 PF       901     .115    1963-74 Royals
      71. Jack Sikma        120.4 C       1209    .100    1977-91 Sonics/Bucks
      
      70. Vince Carter 129.8 G 1433 .091 1998- Raptors/Nets
      69. Jeff Hornacek    123.3 SG    1217   .101     1986-00 Jazz/Suns
      68. Kevin Johnson   102.2 PG    840     .122     1987-00 Suns
      67. Dikembe Mutombo 126.9 C 1297   .098     1991-09 Nuggets/Hawks/Rockets
      66. Chris Bosh        115.4  PF    972   .119       2003-16  Raptors
      65.  Larry Nance      117 PF        988    .118      1981-94 Suns/Cavs
      64. Elvin Hayes       132.5 PF    1399   .095     1968-84 Bullets/Rockets
      63.  Bailey Howell   122 PF       1036   .118     1959-71  Pistons
      62Manu Ginobli       124.8 SG       1205    .104      Spurs 2002- 
      61. George Gervin        126 (aba 31.6) SG/SF 1144 .110 1972-86 Spurs
      
      60. Dominique Wilkins 121 SF   1130 .107      1982-99  Hawks
      59. Shawn Marion         133.9 SF 1372 .098     1999- 15  Suns/Mavs
      58. Wes Unseld          122.8 C     1103 .111       1968-81 Bullets
      57. Horace Grant       138.2 PF    1335 .104      1987-04 Bulls/Magic
      56. Neil Johnston       94.3 C       539   .175      1951-9 Warriors
      55. Ed Macauley       104.8 C     688    .152      1949-59 Celtics
      54. Chet Walker        127.7 SF   1137  .112      1962-75 Bulls
      53. Elgin Baylor       119.6 SF    980   .122      1958-72 Lakers
      52.  Stephen Curry   95.9 PG   648    .148     2012-   Warriors
      51. James Harden 101.6 SG 703 .145  2009-   Rockets 

      And now - The Top 50 Basketball Players of All Time

      50. Paul Arizin       116.2  SF      762    .152     1950-62 Warriors
      49. Patrick Ewing   140.5 C        1322  .106     1985-02 Knicks
      48. Bob Lanier        125.7 C        1026 .123     1970-84 Pistons/Bucks
      47. Steve Nash        141.6 PG     1337 .106     1996-2014 Suns/Mavs
      46.  Kevin McHale 133.7 PF       1140 .117     1980-93 Celtics
      45. Robert Parish     162.6 C       1795 .091     1977-97 Celtics
      44. Walt Bellamy    134.7 C        1089 .124     1961-75 Hawks/Bullets
      43. Dan Issel          173.7(aba 86.6) C 1351 .129 1970-85 Nuggets/Colonels
      42. Chauncey Billups 141.4 PG/SG 1189 .119 1997-2014 Pistons/Nuggets
      41. John Havlicek   151 SF         1442 .105     1962-78 Celtics
      
      40 Rick Barry      142.2 (aba 40.4) SF  1125 .126 1965-80  Warriors
      39Scottie Pippen 148.7 SF        1386 .107     1987-04 Bulls
      38.  Jason Kidd      153.1 PG       1531 .100      1994-13 Mavericks/Nets/Suns
      37. Gary Payton    156.6 PG       1489   .105    1990-07 Sonics
      36. Dwight Howard 133.9 C     1055   .127    2006- Magic
      35. Dwyane Wade   138.8 G             1090 .127         Heat 2003- 
      34. Pau Gasol       152.3 C/PF 1250 .122 Lakers/Grizzlies 2001
      33. Walt Frazier     129.4 PG        918   .140    1967-80 Knicks
      32. Ray Allen        163.1 SG       1471  .111     1996-14 Bucks/Celtics/Sonics
      31. Clyde Drexler 151.1 SG        1231 .123     1983-98 Blazers
      
      30. Paul Pierce       166.3 SF        1513 .110     1998-17 Celtics 
      29.  Dolph Schayes 156.4 PF       1093 .143     1949-64 Nationals
      28.  Bob Pettit        147 PF           880   .167     1954-65 Hawks
      27. Adrian Dantley 143.2 SF      1028 .139      1976-91 Jazz
      26. Kevin Durant       137.1 SF          809    .169       Thunder 2007-
      25. Artis Gilmore 202.9 (aba 92.7) C 1429 .142  1971-88  Bulls/Spurs/Colonels 
      24. Moses Malone 193.9 (13.2 aba) C 1555 .125  1974-95  Rockets/Sixers
      23. Reggie Miller 194.3 SG                 1533 .127  1987-05 Pacers
      22. George Mikan 125.7 C                   509   .247  1948-56 Lakers
      21. Chris Paul 167.3 PG 910 .184 2005- Hornets/Clippers  
   
      The 20 Best Basketball Players Ever
      
      Let's add some commentary for the top 25.  Gilmore's the first guy with 200 total Win Shares, but almost half of them are ABA shares and that buys him the spot just ahead of still active Durant.  Moses and Reggie Miller have almost identical numbers, a tiny edge to Miller given Moses' ABA totals and Miller playing more recently.  All the earlier generation players like Mikan are hard to rank, Mikan's Win Shares/game is the highest of any player in history, but he only played in 509 games.   

      20.  Hakeem Olajuwon 185.4 C                  1383       .134 1984-02 Rockets
      19.  Julius Erving           208 (85.3 aba) SF 1432       .145 1971-87 76ers
      18. Kobe Bryant           201 SG                   1566       .128 1996-2016 Lakers
      17. Kevin Garnett       207.9 PF                1605       .130 1995-  TWolves/Celtics
      16.  Larry Bird              170.6 SF                 1061       .161 1980-92 Celtics

      CP3 could go by Olajuwon now, but I'd like to see everyone in the top 20 have 170 Win Shares.  You're only going to see one player outside the top 10 with more Win Shares than Erving, but a ton are from the ABA and that knocks him just below the Kobe/KG duo.  Garnett's better on both overall Win Shares and Win Shares/game than Kobe; they're both close, but KG has the better case. Bird's low man in this group for overall Win Shares, but high man on Win Shares/game.  At least until CP3 goes by him in 2018.  

      15. Charles Barkley     196.7 PF                  1196       .164  1984-99  76ers
      14. Magic Johnson      188.4 PG                  1096       .172  1979-96 Lakers
      13.  Shaquille O'Neal   212.8 C                    1423       .150  1992-11 Lakers
      12. Jerry West              189.3 PG                  1085       .174 1960-74 Lakers
      11. Bill Russell            191.3 C                    1128       .170  1956-69 Celtics
      
      This five is unbelievably tight; you could order it nearly any way you liked.  The thing to note though is all five have the advantage of both metrics on Bird (except Shaq, his Win Shares/game is lower, but his overall Win Shares is higher than anyone on the list so far).  Really, it's so close it's impossible to go wrong in ordering these five in any direction.  

      10 Greatest Basketball Players Ever.

       10. Dirk Nowitzki 223.4 PF 1539 .145 Mavericks 1998-
         9. David Robinson 196.2 C      1110       .177                1989-03 Spurs
         8. John Stockton     229.1 PG   1686       .136                1984-03 Jazz
         7. Oscar Robertson 202.8 PG   1126       .180                1960-1974 Royals
         6. Tim Duncan      244.3 C/PF 1643     .149                 1997-16 Spurs
    
      Duncan has more WS than anyone on the list so far, even as we see a slide in his WS/game, now below Shaq's.  Oscar has an enormous WS/game and that boosts him despite fewer WS than Stockton or Dirk.  The Admiral bests Russell by just a little bit on both metrics, when considering the time value of basketball, he was, not by a lot, the better player.  Oscar's the top point guard on the list.  

       5. Karl Malone        257.6  PF     1669     .154                 1985-04 Jazz
       4.  LeBron James     251.2 SF             1272       .197                     2003- Cavaliers  
       3. Michael Jordan 253.8 SG         1251     .203                1984-03 Bulls
       2. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 309 C   1797     .172                1969-89 Lakers/Bucks
       1. Wilt Chamberlain 278.8 C       1205     .231                1959-73 Warriors/Lakers

      Wilt's solidly the best basketball player who ever lived.  More WS than anyone but Kareem, better per game than anyone but Mikan.  Better than Jordan in both metrics.  Kareem's the only player to top 300 WS, think about where this list starts, with every NBA player who has 90 WS. Kareem has more WS than 3 Dave Cowens.  LeBron's never going to match Jordan's WS/game, the question is how many more WS does he have left in him?  He's almost certain to pass both Wilt and Jordan - it's not unreasonable to think he one day passes Kareem.  He's already on Mt.Rushmore, the question is how many heads go before him.

      Here's the raw list, just in order of overall WS.  Every player with 90+


1. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 309 C 1797 .172  1969-89 Lakers/Bucks
2. Wilt Chamberlain 278.8 C 1205 .231  1959-73 Warriors/Lakers
3. Karl Malone 257.6 PF 1669 .154  1985-04 Jazz
4. Michael Jordan 253.8 SG 1251 .203 Bulls 1984-03
5. LeBron James     251.2 SF     1272       .197                 2003- Cavaliers  
6. Tim Duncan 244.3 C/PF 1643 .149 Spurs 1997-16
7. John Stockton 229.1 PG 1686 .136 1984-03 Jazz
8. Dirk Nowitzki 223.4 PF 1539 .145 Mavericks 1998-
9. Shaquille O'Neal 212.8 C 1423 .150 Lakers 1992-11
10. Julius Erving 208 SF 1432 .145 76ers 71-87 aba 5 years (85.3 WS)
11. Kevin Garnett 207.9 PF 1605 .130 Timberwolves/Celtics 1995-16
12. Artis Gilmore 202.9 C 1429 .142 Bulls/Spurs/Colonels 1971-88 aba 5 years (92.7)
13. Oscar Robertson 202.8 PG 1126 .180 1960- Royals
14. Kobe Bryant 201 SG 1566 .128 Lakers 1996-2016
15. Charles Barkley 196.7 PF 1196 .164 76ers 1984-99
16. David Robinson 196.2 C 1110 Spurs .177 1989-03
17. Reggie Miller 194.3 G 1533 .127 Pacers 1987-05
18. Moses Malone 193.9 C 1555 .125 Rockets/76ers 1974-95 aba 2 years (13.2)
19. Bill Russell 191.3 C 1128 .170 Celtics 1956-69
20. Jerry West 189.3 PG 1085 .174 Lakers 1960-74
21. Magic Johnson 188.4 PG 1096 .172 Lakers 1979-96
22. Hakeem Olajuwon 185.4 C 1383 .134 Rockets 1984-02
23. Dan Issel 173.7 C 1351 .129 Nuggets/Colonels 1970-85 aba 5 years
24. Larry Bird 170.6 SF/PF .161 1061 Celtics
25. Chris Paul 167.3 PG 910 .184 2005- Hornets/Clippers  
26. Paul Pierce 166.3 SF 1513 .110 1998-17 Celtics 
27. Ray Allen 163.1 SG 1471 1996-2014 .111 Bucks/Celtics/Sonics
28. Robert Parish 162.6 C 1795 .091 Celtics
29. Gary Payton 156.6 PG 1489 .105 Sonics 1990-07
30. Dolph Schayes 156.4 PF 1093 .143 1949-64 Nationals
31. Jason Kidd 153.1 PG 1531 .100 1994-13 Mavericks/Nets/Suns
32. Clyde Drexler 151.1 SG 1231 .123 Blazers 1983-98
33. John Havlicek 151 SF 1442 .105 Celtics 1962-78
34. Scottie Pippen 148.7 SF 1386 .107 Bulls 1987-04
35. Bob Pettit 147 PF 880 .167 1954-65 Hawks
36. Pau Gasol 145.2 C/PF 1170 .124 Lakers/Grizzlies 2001
37. Adrian Dantley 143.2 SF 1028 .139 1976-91 Jazz
38. Rick Barry 142.2 SF 1125 1965-80 .126 Warriors aba 4 years (40.4)
39. Steve Nash 141.6 PG 1337 .106 Suns/Mavericks 1996-2014
40. Chauncey Billups 141.4 PG/SG 1189 .119 Pistons/Nuggets 1997-2014
41. Patrick Ewing 140.5 C 1322 .106 Knicks 1985-02
42.  Dwyane Wade 138.8 G 1090    .127 Heat      2003- 
43. Horace Grant 138.2 PF 1335 .104 1987-04 Bulls/Magic
44.  Kevin Durant 137.1   SF    809    .169        Thunder 2007
45. Walt Bellamy 134.7 C 1089 .124 1961-75 Hawks/Bullets
46       Dwight Howard 133.9 C 1055 .127 2006- Magic
47. Shawn Marion 133.9 SF 1372 .098 Suns/Mavericks 1999-
48. Kevin McHale 133.7 PF 1140 .117 Celtics 1980-93
49. Elvin Hayes 132.5 PF 1399 .095 Bullets/Rockets 1968-84
50.  Vince Carter 129.8 G 1433 .091 1998- Raptors/Nets
51. Walt Frazier 129.4 PG 918 .140 Knicks 1967-80
52. Buck Williams 128.1 F 1415 .091 Nets/Blazers 1981-98
53. Chet Walker 127.7 SF 1137 .112 1962-75 Bulls
54. Dikembe Mutombo 126.9 C 1297 .098 1991-09 Nuggets/Hawks/Rockets
55. George Gervin 126  SG/SF 1144 .110 Spurs 1972-86 aba 2 years (31.6)
56. George Mikan 125.7 C 509 .247 Lakers 1948-56
57. Bob Lanier 125.7 C 1026 .123 Pistons/Bucks 1970-84
58. Jeff Hornacek 123.3 SG 1217 .101 1986-00 Jazz/Suns
59. Wes Unseld 122.8 C 1103 .111 1968-81 Bullets
60. Bailey Howell 122 PF 1036 .118 Pistons 1959-71
61. Terry Porter 122 PG 1398 Blazers .087 1985-02
62. Manu Ginobli 121.3 SG 1120 .108 Spurs 2002-
63. Dominique Wilkins 121 SF 1130 .107 Hawks 1982-99
64. Zelmo Beaty 120.6 C 1004 .120 1962-75 Hawks aba 4 yrs (55.9)
65. Jack Sikma 120.4 C 1209 .100 Sonics/Bucks 1977-91
66. Rasheed Wallace 120.4 F/C 1286 .094 Blazers/Pistons 1995-13
67. Elgin Baylor 119.6 SF 980 .122 Lakers 1958-72
68. Tony Parker 119 PG  1279 .093 2001- Spurs
69. Larry Nance 117 PF 988 .118 Suns/Cavaliers 1981-94
70. Maurice Cheeks 116.6 G 1234 .094 Sixers 1978-93
71. Bill Laimbeer 116.3 C 1181 .098 Pistons 1980-94
72. Detlef Schrempf 116.2 SF/PF  1250 .093 1985-01 Sonics/Pacers
73. Paul Arizin 116.2 SF 762 .152 1950-62 Warriors
74. Sam Perkins 115.9 PF 1453 .077 Mavericks/Sonics
75. Chris Bosh 115.4 C/PF 972  .119 Raptors 2003-16
76. Elton Brand 113.8 F 1098 .104 1999- Clippers
77. Otis Thorpe 111.9 PF 1335 .084 1984-01 Rockets/Kings
78. Hal Greer 109.9 SG 214 .091 1958-73 Sixers
79. AC Green 109.3 PF 1431 .076 Lakers 1985-01
80. Jason Terry 109.2 SG/PG 1480 .738 Mavericks/Hawks  2000-
81. Ben Wallace 108.9 C 1218 .089 1996-12 Pistons
82. Eddie Jones 107.9 SG 1035 .104 Heat/Lakers 1994-08
83. Sam Jones 107.5 SG 1025 .105 Celtics 1957-69
84. Bobby Jones 107.5 PF 1092 .098 Sixers 1974-86
85. Alex English 107.2 SF 1261 .085 Nuggets 1976-91
86. Allen Iverson 106.3 PG/SG  985  .108 Sixers 1996-10
87. Vlade Divac 105 C 1255 .084 1989-05 Lakers/Kings
88. Ed Macauley 104.8 C 688 .152 Celtics 1949-59
89. Andre Miller 103.5 PG 1372 .075 1999-16 Nuggets
90. Jerry Lucas 103.3 PF 901 .115 Royals 1963-74
91. Tyson Chandler 103.1 C 1106 .093 Bulls
92. Carmelo Anthony 102.8 SF 1032 .100  Nuggets/Knicks
93. Grant Hill 102.5 SF 1065 .096  1994-13 Pistons/Suns/Magic
94. Kevin Johnson 102.2 PG 840 .122 1987-00 Suns
95. Tracy McGrady 101.8 SG/SF  988 .103  1997-12 Rockets
96. James Harden 101.6 SG 703 .145  2009-   Rockets 
97. Dennis Rodman 101.5 PF 1080 .094 1986-00 Pistons
98. Charles Oakley 100.9 PF 1426 .071 1985-04 Knicks
99. Bob Cousy 100.2 PG 1033 .097 1950-70 Celtics
100. Amare Stoudemire 100.1 PF 924 .108 Suns/Knicks 2003-16

101. Mark Jackson 100.1 PG 1427 .070 1987-04 Knicks/Pacers
102. Lenny Wilkens 99.8 G 1141 .087
103. Shawn Kemp 99 F 1139 .087
104. Sidney Moncrief 98.2 G 860 .114
105. Hersey Hawkins 98.2 G 1057 .093
106. Terry Cummings 98.1 F 1293 .076
107. Rashard Lewis 97.6 PF 1142 .085
108. Alonzo Mourning 97.2 C 933 .104
109. PJ Brown 97.1 PF 1195 .081
110.  Andre Iguodala 97 SF 1085 .089
111. Chris Mullin 96.9 SF 1057 .092
112. Joe Dumars 96.3 SG 1130 .085
113. James Worthy 96 SF 1069 .090
114. Cliff Hagan 96 SF 934 .103
115.  Stephen Curry 95.9 PG 648 .148 
115. Dennis Johnson 95.8 PG 1280 .075
116. Dave Cowens 95.7 C 855 .112
117. Dale Davis 95.7 PF 1231 .078
118. Bob McAdoo 95.3 C 946 .101
119. Anthony Mason 95 PF 978 .097
120. Sam Cassell 94.4 PG 1129 .084
121. Neil Johnston 94.3 C 539 .175
122. Derek Harper 93.3 PG 1296 .072
123. Isiah Thomas 93.2 PG 1090 .086
124. Vern Mikkelson 92.6 PF 784 .118
125. Bill Sharman 92.1 SG 789 .117
126. Michael Finley 92.1 SF 1232 .075
127. Cliff Robinson 91.8 PF 1521 .060
128. Glen Rice 91.7 SF 1055 .087
129. Steve Smith 91.4 SG 1032 .089
130. Bobby Dandridge 91.3 SF 937 .097
131. Richard Jefferson 91.1 SF 1301 .070
132. Antawn Jamison 90.9 PF 1129 .081
133.  Russell Westbrook 90.4 PG 755  .120
134. Chris Webber 90.2 PF 911 .099
135. Jimmy Jones 90.1 PG 775 .116 7 aba seasons


     




      



























  






























      
























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