Re: Kirilenko stat line
- --- In APBR_analysis@yahoogroups.com, "Michael Tamada" <tamada@o...>
> Interesting. Some usual suspects in there (Hakeem, Vlade, AK) but
> also some surprises, to me at least (Coleman, Tinsley, Camby),
> although they're not total surprises.
> Not on the list: David Robinson, Julius Erving, Magic Johnson,
> Garnett, Nate McMillan.Yeah, it's odd to see Tinsley getting 5 blocks.
Jason Kidd has missed a lot of triple-doubles by failing to score 10
points. Maybe McMillan got all but the _5 Points_ .
(Still looking for 4x7, 4x8, etc.)
- -----Original Message-----
From: Dean LaVergne [mailto:deanlav@...]
Sent: Thursday, December 02, 2004 6:04 AM
>> Not on the list: David Robinson, Julius Erving, Magic Johnson, KevinI should also clarify that I'm not claiming that any of those players that I cited actually accomplished a 5x5; rather that I'd think that they were more likely candidates than the Jamaal Tinsleys and Marcus Cambys of the world. Coleman's a bit of a special case: that he had the talent to be a rare, high-level, all-around player was clear. What was surprising was to see him actually live up to that potential for once.
>> Garnett, Nate McMillan.
>I should have made a note: this only includes games beginning with the 1992-93 season.
- Mike G wrote:
> Well, no one's responded to this; so I'll rephrase the question:
> Does anyone have a database of boxscores, that would allow for a
> search of such things as "triple doubles" or "5 x 5" ?
the link below contains all player boxscores from 91-92 up to
last season as csv-files.
there are some download limits for this site, so I put those
files (zipped, 4.5 MB) up here for anynone to grab.
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