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Re: [APBR_analysis] Camby with a 5x5

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  • Andy Finkelstein
    Technically, then, Camby had a 6*5 as well, since by fouling out, that adds 6 PF s to his stat line ;) - Andy ... Technically, then, Camby had a 6*5 as well,
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      Technically, then, Camby had a 6*5 as well, since by fouling out, that adds 6 PF's to his stat line ;)

      - Andy

      igor eduardo küpfer wrote:

       
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "Andy Finkelstein" <andyf@...>
      To: <APBR_analysis@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Saturday, January 10, 2004 12:30 AM
      Subject: [APBR_analysis] Camby with a 5x5
       

      > I'm not expecting anyone to comment on this, but while going through
      > tonight's box scores, I noticed that Denver's Marcus Camby had one of
      > those 5x5 games that were previously reserved for Kirilenko..  ;)
      >
      > 8 pts
      > 11 rebs
      > 5 assts
      > 5 stls
      > 8 blks
      >
      > *and*...  it was all done in 33 minutes as big Marcus fouled out of the
      > game..
      >
      > Granted, it's a pretty weak 5x5, but it *did* happen again...
      >
      > Thanks for listening,
      > Andy  :)
      >

      Pfft. That's nothing. The following players had *6*x5s:

      Vin Baker      1995-04-14: 7 Reb,  6 Ast, 1 St, 6 TO, 6 Bl, 6 PF, 18 pts
      Jamaal Tinsley 2001-11-16: 9 Reb, 15 Ast, 6 St, 1 TO, 5 Bl, 6 PF, 12 pts
      Kevin Garnett  1996-12-19: 8 Reb,  5 Ast, 0 St, 7 TO, 6 Bl, 6 PF, 7 pts

      The even greater accomplishment came with Horry's 7x4:

      Robert Horry 1995-12-10: 8 Reb, 4 Ast, 4 St, 5 TO, 5 Bl, 6 PF, 12 pts

      There doesn't seem to be enough room in the boxscore to allow an 8x4, so I
      think we've reached the limit on goofy stats.

      ed
       


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