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  • John Hollinger
    Peja has actually been doing this since the midpoint of last year, when his foot injury went away. He was at 40% two months into the year so his final numbers
    Message 1 of 3 , Jan 6, 2004
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      Peja has actually been doing this since the midpoint of last year,
      when his foot injury went away. He was at 40% two months into the
      year so his final numbers didn't show it, but he was en fuego.



      --- In APBR_analysis@yahoogroups.com, bchaikin@a... wrote:
      >
      > anyone looking at the Sacramento Kings this year might wonder how
      they could
      > be doing so well without chris webber. brad miller has been a very
      nice
      > addition, but the key has been peja stojakovic's stellar
      shooting/scoring. he's
      > playing close to 40 min/g and shooting a combined scoring FG%
      (2pters, 3pters, and
      > ftm) of 62.2% (overall league avg of less than 51% this season),
      the best of
      > any player in the league taking at least 15 fga/g since the likes
      of reggie
      > miller and detlef schrempf in the early/mid 1990s. his 53% on 2s,
      almost 44% on
      > 3s, and 92% FT shooting (over 5 fta/g) has been unreal, and he has
      > unbelievably increased his scoring FG% each year he's been in the
      league. he's scoring
      > close to 25 pts/g...
      >
      > take antoine walkers shooting from last season with peja's attempts
      this
      > year, and he'd be scoring less than 19 pts/g...
      >
      > been awhile since the league has seen an overall shooter this
      good...
      >
      > bob chaikin
      > bchaikin@b...
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