Redrafting Kobe, Iverson and the legendary 1996 NBA Draft | Bleach Report

The class of 1996 was a Hummer with a collective star power that had never been seen before. That is not an exaggeration. This is a fact.
Three players in the 1996 draft won MVP honors. Including an undrafted star story, eight people formed at least one team selected to the All-NBA team. Eleven players won the All-Star bid. Almost half of the class students’ professional performance exceeded the replacement level.
As usual, every pick in our re-draft is for the best players. After nearly 25 years of evaluating a particular team, it will become a little shaggy, and it is not always feasible to prioritize fit, especially for teams inside the lottery.
For this reason, the most suitable candidate can be determined by looking at the profession as a whole. The pinnacle of longevity and sustainability is our motivation. We cannot rewrite resumes that have been affected by injuries or unsatisfactory team conditions. Likewise, even if every draft pick is traded on or after draft night, it will be assumed that every player insists on using any team.
Kobe Bryant is among the best in this category. His resume speaks for itself: five championships, two finals MVP, one league MVP, 15 selections to the best NBA team, 12 selections to the best defensive team and two scoring.
There was even some room to swing, wondering if he left praise on the table. What if he didn’t play off the bench in the first two seasons? If the Los Angeles Lakers never disbanded their partnership with Shaquille O’Neal, how many titles would he win? If he never ruptured his left Achilles tendon in 2013, would he form another league team or two?
Even with Alan Iverson and Steve Nash lurking among them, Kobe still accumulated enough achievements to make an easy decision.
He remains the most accurate Michael Jordan fax machine in NBA history (although Kawhi Leonard also has some interests in this debate). By the end of his career, Kobe was more than just an excellent champion and the league’s third scorer (he is now ranked fourth). He himself is a basketball player, a religion, and his influence has been passed down from generation to generation and continues to this day.
This is an influence that is both accepted and not fully understood. For a long time, his basketball legacy has been a fact, even the most divided fact. However, after Kobe, his daughter Gianna and seven others were killed in the helicopter crash on January 26, it became clear that his recognition of his tentacles had never doubled. This is an understanding. .
Past and present players all came out in groups after his death, immediately reiterating his importance to the game and reinterpreting the true meaning of the game. Kobe likes his idol MJ ​​very much, but keeps in touch with the present and has enough relevance that he has established a real relationship with the twenty-something Trey Young.
This is not within the scope of the redrafted standard. Kobe’s legacy is quantifiable and excessive. Knowing what we now know about his basketball brand and the actual basketball, he will definitely be voted first overall. His hometown of the Philadelphia 76ers is a team on standby, which can only further support a decision that actually does not require additional defense.
Many people will push Alan Iverson and his endless scorer to Steve Nash, ranking second. that’s good. This may be the preferred position.
Again, in a way, it doesn’t look like tossing a coin. Nash has long guaranteed the offensive advantage of the entire team. He has never played the role of the main scorer, but he is the ship by which many dominate.
If his teammates do not rely on his vision and cunning composure, they need him to provide balance and opportunities for the rest of the team. He enlarged and simplified some of the roles. He built many others.
For about ten years, owning him is the league’s best offense. Between 2001-02 and 2009-10, his team ranked first in scores per 100 rounds six times, and their results have never been lower than second.
Nash’s personal figures during that decade are irrefutable. He averaged 16.9 points and 9.9 assists per game and basically scored 50/44/91. Maintaining productivity for 9 years has always been a completely absurd thing for him, which allowed him to spend his 35-year-old season. By the way: He has four 50/40/90 campaigns worthy of praise, the most in NBA history and twice as many as any other player.
Failure to win a ring may hurt Nash during a long discussion. There is no effect here. Even if you claim that Iverson is ranked second (and fair!), you have to consider the specific situation: if there is a chance to do it again, will the Toronto Raptors really inherit the biggest basketball player in Canada? All the time, his two league’s most valuable players, five assisted crowns and seven were selected into the league?
Allen Iverson (Allen Iverson) is often recognized as the NBA’s greatest pound-to-pound player, and this declaration has become a cliché. But this is not untrue.
Everything about Iverson’s career is due to his imaginary crown. The Philadelphia 76ers sold him with his superb scoring ability. Although he is 6’0″ tall and weighs less than 170 pounds, he still left college two years early. Paid.
Iverson’s career average score is 26.7 points, ranking seventh in league history. Of all those who participated in at least 15 playoff games, I’m sorry, Anthony Davis. His 29.7 points per game have always been second, second only to Michael Jordan. Iverson is one of only five players to win four or more scoring titles-Jordan, Wilt Chamberlain, Kevin Durant, George Gervin-and MJ, Wilt Oscar Robertson and Jerry West are the only players to average at least 30 points throughout the season on four different occasions.
Although Iverson’s Hall of Fame resume has been preserved, traditional discussions still tend to ignore Iverson, while many others ignore it. Iverson also includes the league’s most valuable player and rookie of the year honors. Three steal titles and seven were selected to the NBA. Criticism is attributed to his extraordinary efficiency (44.8% of the two shots) and no championship. Philly won the NBA Finals in the 2000-01 season and only entered the second round when he led him to charge once.
How much of the 76ers’ enduring mediocrity falls on Iverson remains to be explained. Also: maybe not much. After Larry Brown left, Philly could not determine the position of the head coach, and Everson never enjoyed the luxury of a traditional co-star. Eric Snow is the 76ers’ best-performing partner in any long time by his side.
The offensive burden Iverson bears, whether accidental or out of choice, is enough to forgive him for many things that hurt him in the future. For someone his size, his ending around the rim is like walking, but his shooting difficulty and ball control put the entire arena to a standstill. There are a lot of escapism ideas in his game, but he makes more use of destructive boundaries and creates dimensional valuable space by bending his opponent’s knees.
Ray Allen’s outdoor shooting is highly regarded. This is not unfair. He is still the leader in league history in three-point shooting, and his iconic moment was the corner kick he forced into Game 7 of the 2013 Finals.
But Prime Minister Ray Allen is much more than his remote contact. He didn’t dunk with a poster, didn’t seem to rebound from start to finish, and assumed the organizational responsibility of his team. Although his peak period is shorter than those of players competing for MVP awards, he can indeed stand the test of superstars.
From 1999-00 to 2006-07 season, Allen averaged 23.3 points and 4.1 assists per game, shooting 40.2% from long range. For now, James Harden is the only player in NBA history who can average 20 points, 3 assists and 2 three-pointers per game. The scoring (8 times) of the whole season is Allen (7 Times) twice.
At least in his prime, he was also affected by his 2007 deal with the Boston Celtics. He won three All-Star games in Beantown, but with Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Rajon Rondo, his usage rate dropped sharply and his role was reinvented.
However, regardless of the prominence he lost in the Celtics, it will only help his position relative to other draft classes. He is a two-time All-American player who can grow in his absence. Although other big-name game players have also suffered when transitioning to smaller roles, Allen proved to be plug-and-play before entering Twilight, without actually sacrificing his star status.
Ben Wallace has never averaged 10 points per game, nor is he someone who can make shots on his own. In hindsight, how could he stand out in front of Jermaine O’Neal? And, what about Peja Stojakovic to a lesser extent?
Dikembe Mutombo is the only other player to win four Defensive Player of the Year awards. Wallace pairs this hardware with 6 all-defensive options, 2 rebounding titles and 1 block per game. He slammed the ferocious witch into the glass, and dragged him to the less glamorous end, which was a legend. Wallace can match Shaquille O’Neal in the late Lakers era and will not be annihilated. think about it.
Thanks to apologies to Chauncey Billups and Richard Hamilton, Wallace was the closest place to the traditional superstars of the Detroit Pistons in the early 2000s because of their ruthless defense Their appearance and foundation laid their title in the 2003-04 season.
If Jermaine O’Neal had not been buried on the bench for the Trail Blazers for the first four years, what would his career be like? If you are like me, you will consider a lot of things, and this is largely because of what he became after getting real playing time.
The young people had the same initial opportunities as O’Neill, and so did the pioneer’s depth map. He entered the NBA right after graduating from high school. They included Arvydas Sabonis and Rasheed Wallace, and later Kelvin Cato and Brian Grant. There is a suitable choice—after all, Portland dumped him and Joe Kleine on Dale Davis, but his schedule never matched the urgency of the team.
Being traded to the Indiana Pacers was a major breakthrough for O’Neal. He joined the starting lineup and recorded more than 32 minutes per game. He used long actions to show his rebounds, chaos on the inside defense, budding face-to-face games and operational jump shots.
A year later, Indiana turned him into the focus, when his career began. In the next six seasons, O’Neal averaged 20.4 points, 9.9 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 2.4 blocks per game, which was achieved only by Tim Duncan during that time. (Related: Wow.)
In this window, he accumulated all his major honors: the honor of the most improved player, three NBA championships, six consecutive All-Star selections, and the top three MVPs (2003-04). The Pacers did not always compete for titles in O’Neal for six consecutive years, but they were regulars in the playoffs. He was the first to win 61 wins in the 2003-04 season.
However, even at his peak, he suffered a knee injury (plus he was suspended for 15 games after being in Malice in the palace). After 2003-04, he played only 70 games as a member of the Miami Heat. But even though left knee problems and other injuries plagued the rest of his career, O’Neal transitioned gracefully to the Heat, with the Toronto Raptors and Golden State Warriors playing small but influential roles.
Peja Stojakovic’s thoughts are enough to exhaust the defense. His ball action bends the half-time shot and opens the floor for everyone else.
At any given time (especially in the Sacramento Kings’ salad days), there are two agencies responsible for tracking him, which is actually not important. He tortured defensive players with unlimited range and comfort, making unbalanced jumpers possible. If there is no chance to catch the ball, he can put the ball on the floor and dribble to a pull-up jumper or Jimmy assist.
Spending more time in the core position of Stojakovic, he has reason to take over Jermaine O’Neal and Ben Wallace. He didn’t reach Sacramento until 1998-99, and then didn’t become the mid-stream tay pillar of the starting lineup until two years later.
The next five seasons were the unmistakable three-pointer percentage on the MVP ballot, offensive initiation and the vague performance of the top five (2003-04). Stojakovic averaged 21.1 points and 2.2 assists from 2000-01 to 2004-05. At the same time, he made 50.8% of his three-pointers and 40.8% of his three-pointers, and he was on the defensive end and on defense. The score of the end surpassed the advertisement.
Not surprisingly, no one else has reached these statistical touchstones during this period. How does Stojakovic have at least not added an all-league team in such a large team, at least two, is beyond my scope. His peak period did not last long-back, neck and knee injuries, and perhaps too many landscape changes were to blame-but it was a glorious journey, definitely in the top seven.
Maybe it’s because he was elected second in the draft, full of your face. Maybe it’s because he wants to establish an unbreakable connection with an organization, suitable for six teams, each station is a fan’s favorite, but there is no base. Perhaps because he is not a scorer or an All-Star player, he lacks some of the most fundamentally famous and recognizable virtues and feats.
All of this can explain why Camby was largely forgotten in this draft. That doesn’t mean that he is actually a forgetful person. Looking back, he did not lead better players, so there is no proof or suggestion that he is bankrupt.
On the contrary, Camby found himself in the territory of Marvin Williams, but his resume was even more impressive: Relative to his peers, a high-quality player drafted too early, but he couldn’t because Disappointed and disappointed. He formed four best defensive team and won a defensive player of the year award. In a vacuum, his work is far from disappointing.
Camby didn’t get enough honor either, because he walked out of the cab of the big man prototype assigned to him. As you said when you rated him as one of the best players who have never been selected to the All-Star team:
“Camby doesn’t just exist in the corners and crevices where it works. He shoots more jumpers than most people think. (This is his wonderful, minutes-long form.) He is better than you remember. Put the ball on the floor more often. His obstacles are farther away from the basket than the basket…
“Scalability does not mean being a star, but his punch surpasses plug and play. Since he entered the league in 1996-97, he played in the Los Angeles Clippers and Portland Trail Blazers in 2009-10. As a team, he averaged 10.4 points, 10.0 rebounds, 2.6 blocks and 1.0 steals per game, which is unmatched.”
This means that the New Jersey Nets in the past did not rank 8th in our re-draft like Camby. They are fighting for the best players.
Stephon Marbury left the NBA after 13 seasons at 32 years of age, shrouded in unresolved problems and potential. It’s easy to look at his resume-five different teams, repeated weary welcomes, a sharp drop in statistics after the 2004-05 season-and declare that he is one of the league’s profligate and even overrated talents. . Two people are not fair now.
Since then, Marbury has not only talked about fighting depression during the NBA’s low ebb, but his peak form is really great. Players will not accidentally join two teams selected to the NBA All-NBA Team.
His best basketball was never the best version of his best team (namely Minnesota, New Jersey and Phoenix), and it didn’t help much to his legacy. But he still plays a key role in the Timberwolves and Suns’ playoff iteration. In addition, the highest point of his career and the list of organizations he can’t do is enough to at least eliminate the collective low treatment that his team has received.
Tact: From 1998-99 to 2004-05, this is a season spanning seven seasons. Marbury averaged 21.7 points and 8.3 assists per game, while covering up 47.2% of his two-point field goal percentage. During this period, no one else can reach these benchmarks. As far as you know, he is ranked 14th in the winning share through this benchmark.
Marbury’s game may lack the ability to improve the entire team alone, but it has also been translated between four different organizations (footnotes during his tenure in Boston) to represent individual success to varying degrees. If nothing else, it proves that his best basketball is less ostentatious under circumstances, but more shining in material.
Shareef Abdur-Rahim was one of the NBA All-Stars selected after the fact. The real headache of the Grizzlies, coupled with a knee injury, caused him to leave the NBA before his 31st birthday, which put him in an anecdotal dilemma.
Participating in the All-Star Game only once in the 2001-02 season did not help. This means a one-time bid. But Abdur-Rahim (Abdur-Rahim) is more than just a flash.
His first seven seasons were almost all All-Star games. From his rookie season to 2002-03, he averaged more than 20 points per game, and his two-point shooting percentage accounted for 47.3%, including a stable diet, fiercely competitive backcourt and helpless mid-range jumpers.
What is even more impressive is that during those seven years, only seven other players achieved his scoring output, defensive rebound rate and assist rate. His company reads almost like a perennial All-Star: Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett, Grant Hill, Karl Malone, Shaquille O’Neal, Anthony Walker and Chris Weber.
The extent to which Abdur-Rahim is good at playing for the dirty team is worth discussing. His most glorious years came from the Grizzlies, winning no more than 23 games; the Atlanta Hawks won 35 games.
Due to the lack of reliable jumpers and extensive experience in complementary roles, Abdur-Rahim’s work stood out among the highly competitive teams in Portland and Sacramento. But injury is also a factor. Even if it is not, today’s team will still drool, but players are happy to generate their own appearance. Prime Abdur-Rahim at the bottom cleared that one.
Antoine Walker dropped five spots from his original sixth place, and he grew up whenever someone wanted to raise a power forward for a three-pointer. His external works were innovative in that era and are definitely part of his sense of mystery.
But Walker did more than just three-pointers in his heyday. He defeated defenders in the dribble space, scouts them around the post, made some violent moves at the basket, made jumpers on the dribble, and dropped the pass on the move.
Looking back, his peak is a bit absurd. From 1997-98 to 2002-03, he averaged 21.4 points, 8.6 rebounds, 4.3 assists and 1.6 steals per game. His low scoring efficiency is compensated by motivation, of course, his three-pointers are also very novel.
Oh, how cute. Zydrunas Ilgauskas returned to the Cavaliers, eight positions earlier than in real life. Even if you think he should be ahead of Walker, this is correct.
Except for the year LeBron James played in Miami after signing, Ilgauskas spent his entire career in Cleveland, where he wrote one of the most underrated legacy in recent history. The foot injury hampered his ability to work earlier, and many things he has done since then have been lost in the shadow of LeBron.
However, among other things, Prime Minister Ilgauskas is an offensive method. Compared to other skyscraper centers in the league, he looked a bit like a game on the court, stroking softly on the basket like a feather, stopping the pass in time, and extending the defense very thinly.
Longevity and scalability have brought Derek Fisher an airtight lottery box. Putting him in front of Ilgauskas or Walker would make it a bit too much, but this position is not without question. His professional career lasted for 18 years, and almost everything made him a success in the football world.
It is not easy to find a point guard who can thrive on a team that serves the organizers in other positions. They were dressed as ground generals. Fisher is more involved in game management.
He used three-pointers and long doubles to get the ball around other ball handlers, especially Kobe Bryant, who defended his ass. He alone has never formed a championship team (although he has made some major achievements), but as he has shown five times, he is very helpful.
Kerry Kittles is down six places from his actual eighth place, but this is more than he specified. Had it not been for a knee injury that limited him to less than ten years of NBA experience, he would have returned to the top ten, where he was originally selected.
Kittles’ game went well. He played the ball brilliantly, stepped on the metal during the transition and avoided the bottom line. In the back-to-back finals of the New Jersey Nets, his three-pointer was crucial, which gave Jason Kidd the final chance to play, and he was good at making a second pass quickly. Keep the offense buzzing.
In his first eight seasons, Kittles averaged 14.3 points and 2.6 assists per game, with a 37.8% shooting percentage. In the same span, only three players have reached his benchmark in three-point shooting: Ray Allen, Eddie Jones and Reggie Miller.
Erick Dampier may be known for his seven-year, $73 million contract, which was part of his signing with the Dallas Mavericks in 2004. But in fact, he created a viable NBA career. Considering that everyone lost only 5 seats in his 10th position is a victory.
Most of Dampier’s best time came from some not-so-good Golden State Warriors. He has never obtained the same offensive permission on any of his other sites. Despite this, he is still a force to be reckoned with around the rim, where he struggles to get shots and complete abdication.
The obscene attrition rate does not help his situation, but his coordination and service in the post are at least better than you remember.
The undrafted transition from prospects to family names made the headlines of Ben Wallace. Although equally impressive, the unrecognized ones are the undrafted glue guys who have stayed in the NBA for a long time.
Chucky Atkins (Chucky Atkins) belongs to the latter. After the fourth season in South Florida, no one chose him, and he did not make his debut until 1999-00. Once in the NBA, he never left. In the next 11 seasons, he mainly provided stable backcourt services on the bench for eight different teams.
However, sometimes his role obscured his identity as a businessman. He played a considerable role in the playoff teams in Boston, Detroit and Memphis, and led the way with three-pointers.
Advanced metrics tend to describe Malik Rose in complex, vague, and completely unflattering terms. But his career is still a great model for exceeding expectations. After ranking 44th overall, he lasted for 13 years.
Looking at the highlights of his career is like tuning into two different players. He entered the league with some vertical breakthroughs at both ends. Later, he relied more on feeling and know-how. He is not afraid to put the ball on the floor, and is always good for some nice shots around the basket.
After Rose was traded to New York, when Rose left San Antonio, he worked in the cross section of force and technique. In retrospect, considering all he had to do, he might be the one who should pose on more tables and try to lift a three-pointer.
Tony Delk became one of the most random 50-point scorers in NBA history. He became a member of the Phoenix Suns when he faced the Sacramento Kings in 2001 and dropped 53 points with a ridiculous 20/26 performance outside the three-point line through 50 minutes of action. (Yell at him because he has zero assists.)
The rest of Delk’s career is not optimistic. In addition to his outstanding nuclear performance, he never scored more than 27 points. In his 10-year career, he played for eight teams in an incredible role, as a reserve shooting guard, which is his unreliable offensive method.
It is commendable that he has been in a state of fearlessness for a long time. It doesn’t matter how cold he may be. He has been detecting and shooting.
Jerome Williams (Jerome Williams) plays like you would expect from the nickname “Junkyard Dog” (Junkyard Dog): the gritty body and energetic energy level almost attracted him in the past 9 Each of the four fan groups represented in the middle of the year.
Busyness is his functional currency. He is not a scorer. His score dropped by 20 or more points, but he played more than 12 times, but he ran to the floor and often existed to seize the second chance. He is by no means a lock guard, but he chased the ball and likes to dive on the floor. You know, real garbage dog stuff.
Lorenzen Wright was murdered in 2010, but he never failed his seventh pick. In the two years of working with Memphis, he became a double-double machine. It was not until the fifth season that he really found his NBA foothold. During this period, he averaged 12.4 points and 7.5 rebounds for the Atlanta Hawks.
After an excellent year, he was traded to the Grizzlies before the Grizzlies entered Memphis’ first season. There, he enjoyed the most stable period of his career, averaging 12.8 points and 9.7 rebounds every 36 minutes for five seasons.
The value of his rebounds is given-he ranks in the top 20 in defensive rebound percentage, but it was him both times-but he needs to hit more mid-range jumpers to become a real offensive force.
Although Anderson has never been outstanding offensively, but with the support of his flanking defense, he has created a good 10-year NBA career. His team will routinely throw him to the opponent’s highest perimeter Alpha or knock him down at a critical juncture to try to increase the pause time.
In the 1999-00 season, the Houston Rockets’ offensive ability reached its peak, when he averaged 12.3 points and 2.9 assists per game, while his three-point shooting percentage dropped by 52.3%, and his three-point shooting percentage dropped by 35.1%. .
Jeff McInnis was designed specifically for the NBA Disney World Bubble. His NBA career has been a roller coaster. In 11 seasons, he played for 7 teams, during this period, his role and minutes fluctuated from one stop to the next.
He strode forward with an excellent, not bad Clippers, averaging 13.8 points and 5.8 assists per game in the 2000-01 and 2001-02 seasons, while shooting 45.8% from three-pointers. .
McGinnis has never found such a great role in any other station, and has absolutely no tentative offensive instincts, but he added microwave points to the bench in Cleveland and Portland, although not without public drama .
In addition to some outstanding performances here and there, Othella Harrington’s career is the most memorable because of her longevity. After being drafted with the first overall pick in the second round, he carefully selected a 12-year tenure. He attracted his team with his defensive work ethic near the basket, medium-sized serve and a certain degree of slippage. .
In the final stages of his career, Harrington expanded his middle jumper to include longer two-man jumpers, which gave the New York Knicks and Chicago Bulls a true separation point for the fourth and fifth positions.
In hindsight, Walter McCarty’s stock selection has not changed much. He dropped from 19th to 24th, and he may still have reasons to surpass Harrington and McInnis.
McCarty never averaged double-digit points per game in a season and didn’t play 30 minutes, but he became a regular on the Boston Celtics’ bench after being traded by the Knicks in 1997. He has several scoring detonations every season, guaranteed, and good at occasionally playing video games on the edge.
Moochie Norris jumped from the second round (No. 33) to the first round very easily. As a professional reserve force, his technical combination is eclectically integrated.
The offense could trust him to manage the second unit, but he did not proceed with caution. If he did not perform a permanent calorie check, then he is on the next closest thing. He did not hesitate to nail the guard in a one-on-one situation, and was dissatisfied with launching controversial jumpers.
This kind of strange balancing work, especially during his time in Houston. Between 1999-00 and 2001-02, he was the only player who started the season with fewer than 35 games and averaged 11 points and 6 assists per 36 minutes in multiple seasons. His two games The hit rate dropped by 45%.
After four years in Seton Hall, Adrian Griffin was discharged in 1996. He actually didn’t participate in the NBA for the first time until the 1999-00 season.
Entering the first round of the re-draft was a huge victory for him, which then allowed him to enter the league for nine seasons: excellent rebounding on the wings, low-key passing and a less glorious end of the trying mentality.
Vitaly Potapenko is a name that Clevelandans will never forget. The Cavaliers drafted him in 12th place, ranked Kobe (13th), Peja Stojakovic (14th), Steve Nash (15th) and Jermaine O’Neal (No. 17) before.
Just writing that hurts. Knowing that Cleveland will select a better big man at No. 20 (Zydrunas Ilgauskas) is even more distressing.
Anyway… Potapenko, who later returned to the Cavaliers as an assistant coach in 2013, has a stable career for 11 years and most of them consider him a reserve force. He has never blossomed like a household name, but he has a game on the court and has a certain range on the offensive end. He does his best to get a position and compete for tickets on the defensive end.
Samaki Walker ranked 9th in the actual 1996 draft. We don’t need to re-discuss what this means for the Dallas Mavericks and who they missed. You already know.
After spending three years with the Mavericks, he will fit five different teams in the next seven seasons. He can throw some hammers at the rim. For a 6’10″ tall person, around the rim is an imposing presence, but in addition to the games he spent on the Lakers in the 2001-02 season, he worked hard. Maintain both game time and cleanliness bills.
Drop it as the fourth undrafted name in our first round of repetition. Erick Strickland (Erick Strickland) never showed offensive offense in the last two seasons of Nebraska, but throughout his nine-year career, he has been a substitute The bench on the bench.
His best season was 1999-00, his last clash with Dallas. In the 68 games he played, he started 67 games, averaging 12.8 points, 4.8 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 1.5 steals per game. Only one player achieved his defensive rebound, assist and steal rate. his name? Jason Kidd.
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Post time: Oct-14-2020