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Which one is more difficult, 25,5,5 or 20,10?

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Which one is more difficult, 25 pts,5 assts, 5 rebs or 20 pts, 10 rebs?

I don't respect the players with great stats in the losing team.
 

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2 players averaging 25-5-5
1. LeBron James: 30.8/7.2 RPG/6.7 APG
2. Dwyane Wade: 27.6/5.8 RPG/6.8 APG

And theres 4 players averaging 20-10
1. Kevin Garnett: 21.8/12.4
2. Shawn Marion: 21.5/12.2
3. Chris Webber: 20/10
4. Elton Brand: 25.1/10
5. Yao Ming: 22/10.3

So Yao Chairman, your theory is wrong
 

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Mavs Maniac said:
2 players averaging 25-5-5
1. LeBron James: 30.8/7.2 RPG/6.7 APG
2. Dwyane Wade: 27.6/5.8 RPG/6.8 APG

And theres 4 players averaging 20-10
1. Kevin Garnett: 21.8/12.4
2. Shawn Marion: 21.5/12.2
3. Chris Webber: 20/10
4. Elton Brand: 25.1/10

So Yao Chairman, your theory is wrong


when is yao chairman ever right?
 

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Ballscientist said:
Which one is more difficult, 25 pts,5 assts, 5 rebs or 20 pts, 10 rebs?

I don't respect the players with great stats in the losing team.
That's quite possibly the saddest thing I've ever heard. Why would you say something like that? So lets say your fav team (I'm assuming the Spurs from your ava) lost and Timmy had a tripple double. But you won't respect him for trying his hardest, even if it was in a losing effort? That's sad man.
 
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Mavs Maniac said:
2 players averaging 25-5-5
1. LeBron James: 30.8/7.2 RPG/6.7 APG
2. Dwyane Wade: 27.6/5.8 RPG/6.8 APG

And theres 4 players averaging 20-10
1. Kevin Garnett: 21.8/12.4
2. Shawn Marion: 21.5/12.2
3. Chris Webber: 20/10
4. Elton Brand: 25.1/10
5. Yao Ming: 22/10.3

So Yao Chairman, your theory is wrong
right. and both Wade and LBJ are in wining teams
 

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Putting stats up on winning teams means so much more than piling up stats on crap teams. That being said, its not the stats you put up that count, its what you do with the stats that you get.EG hitting clutch shots and scoring in the clutch means much more than putting up numbers in the 1st quarter and then disappearing later in the game. You often have to look past the stats sheet and analyse if the guy is a winner or not.
 

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can I say both?
 

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to add to the list of 25 5 and 5 i think VC is about that
 
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Jameh said:
That's quite possibly the saddest thing I've ever heard. Why would you say something like that? So lets say your fav team (I'm assuming the Spurs from your ava) lost and Timmy had a tripple double. But you won't respect him for trying his hardest, even if it was in a losing effort? That's sad man.
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