Yeah, some players are only required to do certain things for their team. For example, Steve Kerr was mainly meant to be a high energy sharp-shooter bench player for Chicago, which he did pretty good.Originally posted by <b>KABI</b>!
Yea, I was looking at that the other day. It's funny how a player can be one dimensional but still be very crucial to his team.
Its almost a given that JC will score in double digits, and the one game he didnt, he had 12 assists. haha.Originally posted by <b>futuristxen</b>!
I don't think Jamal Crawford has ever got a double-double. But he's had a lot of games where he'd be close to a triple double.
nah, his career high rebounds is 9 (before tonight), and his career high in assists is 12, this year against miami.Originally posted by <b>MoJo8888</b>!
Jamal has had numerous double doubles....last year i think he was an assist from a triple double
Shockingly, he has. I looked up his stats and he has 12 boards in a game 2 years ago. They must have fallen right into has lap or something. He also has 11 against Detroit in 96'. He's never had more than 8 assists though.Originally posted by <b>Jmonty580</b>!
How about Allan Houston? He can score but doesnt rebound or really get alot of assists. I'll bet he has never had a double doube.
I always use nba.com. It's got every kind of statistic possible. Once you are on that site you'll see a link for players. They'll be organized alphabetically. Pick the player you want and you'll see the screen in the link. Scroll to the bottom of the page and you'll see a player's season highs and career highs in just about every category.Originally posted by <b>Jmonty580</b>!
wow surprising. Where did you go to look up those stats? I was trying to find out myself but didnt know where to look.