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  • Mike G
    Here s how guys have done so far in the playoffs (All these players have played at least 10 MPG, in almost all games): TRate player team Pct. Sco Reb Ast
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 3, 2004
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      Here's how guys have done so far in the playoffs (All these players
      have played at least 10 MPG, in almost all games):

      TRate player team Pct. Sco Reb Ast

      40.6 O'Neal,Shaquille LAL .544 22 13 3
      38.0 Bryant,Kobe LAL .519 26 5 6
      35.2 Hamilton,Richard Det .538 26 5 5
      33.2 Wallace,Ben Det .463 11 15 2
      29.2 Billups,Chauncey Det .503 18 3 7
      27.3 Wallace,Rasheed Det .464 16 8 2
      26.7 Malone,Karl LAL .495 14 9 4
      25.9 Prince,Tayshaun Det .501 13 7 3
      21.6 Payton,Gary LAL .442 10 4 7
      21.2 Okur,Mehmet Det .531 12 8 1
      20.9 Fisher,Derek LAL .538 13 4 4
      19.5 Medvedenko,Stan LAL .509 12 6 1
      17.2 Williamson,Corli Det .428 13 4 2
      16.0 James,Mike Det .472 10 4 4
      15.7 George,Devean LAL .581 10 3 1
      13.8 Rush,Kareem LAL .558 9 1 2
      13.2 Hunter,Lindsey Det .375 5 4 3

      No surprise, the Lakers have the 2 best players. After that, it's a
      bunch of varied talent for the Pistons. Size, rebounding,
      shotblocking, fouls to give (Okur hasn't been used much). 2 good
      guards may be enough, if Prince is on Kobe.

      The teams look very equal so far -- not taking into consideration
      the competition. Both have knocked off the best Defensive teams in
      their conference, so they should be used to tough D. If anything,
      Detroit might find the environment more open.

      Is Prince the Kobe-stopper? Can Rip keep it up? Can Sheed keep his
      cool? Will the Mailman deliver?


      Detroit in 7
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