I don't think people realize just how hard it is to average those types of numbers. For example Guru put Tyreke's averages at 18-8-6 in another thread.
Yeah I don't think I agree with that projection.
I like to use per36 more so for comparisons of 2 similar players. or at least like players
That's just factually incorrect. It only goes down if you continue to play below your average. And it goes up if you play better. It's no different
Very much agreed. I was commenting on the stat in a vacuum. I should have made that more clear.
The thing about Guru's(?) projection for
But they are not talking about a bench player. They are talking about a guy who has averaged over 33 minutes per game for his career. So to quote per36
It's very deceptive. The more minutes a player gets, the more their per36 drops. Especially when looking at bench players.
I used to live in New Orleans.
I watched Jeff all through his time at KU, and I'm really pulling for him to stick somewhere in the NBA.
Ahhhh, not this again. There is no estimating with per 36. It's a simple average of production per 36 minutes on the court. It IS reality, lol.