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GSW Hoops Fan wrote:Boston set a new record for fewest points allowed in a game since the shot clock has been part of the game.
The beat the Bucks, allowing them to score only 56 points in the game..... wow.


I did some research, and the lowest scoring game was actually 49 by Chicago vs. Miami in 1999. The anouncer had it wrong, 56 is just a franchise record for Boston, not an NBA record.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2011 4:49 pm
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GSW Hoops Fan wrote:Boston set a new record for fewest points allowed in a game since the shot clock has been part of the game.
The beat the Bucks, allowing them to score only 56 points in the game..... wow.


I did some research, and the lowest scoring game was actually 49 by Chicago vs. Miami in 1999. The anouncer had it wrong, 56 is just a franchise record for Boston, not an NBA record.


good call. Yeah, for some reason i got the impression that it was even lower... 56 on an ok milwaukee team.... that 1999 chicago bulls team was awful. If any team was to score 49 in a game, it would have been that team.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 15, 2011 1:39 pm
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GSW Hoops Fan wrote:Boston set a new record for fewest points allowed in a game since the shot clock has been part of the game.
The beat the Bucks, allowing them to score only 56 points in the game..... wow.


I did some research, and the lowest scoring game was actually 49 by Chicago vs. Miami in 1999. The anouncer had it wrong, 56 is just a franchise record for Boston, not an NBA record.


good call. Yeah, for some reason i got the impression that it was even lower... 56 on an ok milwaukee team.... that 1999 chicago bulls team was awful. If any team was to score 49 in a game, it would have been that team.


Well, if you go back.... way, way back before the shot clock, there was a 18 to 19 game.... but i don't count that since there was no shot clock, and they could basically keep passing the ball around until they felt like shooting it. That would be the most boring game to watch.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 15, 2011 2:02 pm
In last night's horrible loss at Sac, Monta passed the 7k career points mark.
He just needs 8,337 to reack Tim Hardaway for 10th most career points while on the Warriors.

If he stays 1 more year on the warriors he will be on that list:
Points

1. Wilt Chamberlain* 17783
2. Rick Barry* 16447
3. Paul Arizin* 16266
4. Chris Mullin 16235
5. Nate Thurmond* 13191
6. Jeff Mullins 12547
7. Purvis Short 11894
8. Neil Johnston* 10023
9. Joe Barry Carroll 9996
10. Tim Hardaway 8337
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 15, 2011 4:55 pm
only 11k more to catch wilt!
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 22, 2011 3:57 pm
For all you Reggie fans, he just got his 1000th point during the Pheonix game. This is his second year and he has played only in a total of 93 games. Pretty good for an undrafted SG coming out of the D-League. He is having a though season, but so do most second year players. Hopefully he can gain some traction and some confidence again.

When you look at some of the people who did get drafted, he was a pretty good find.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 14, 2011 5:41 pm
Time to update this thread as season is over.

From the Warriors we have Dorel Wright who had a best year of his life so far.
In the end he ended up with the most 3 pointers in a season in Warrior history, 194 (Warrior Record).
Also he finished with 1,344 points for the season, 11 more then his previous 6 years combined.
He also had most 3 pointers in a game by a warrior, with 9 three's in a game vs Wolves (Warrior Record).

Curry also had a couple records:
Best FT% for a season by a warrior, 93.4% (Next best for warriors is Rick Barry 92.4%)
http://www.basketball-reference.com/teams/GSW/leaders_season.html
He was the best 2nd year player and lead the NBA in FT%.
We also know he was the first to shoot over 40% from 3, 45% FG, and 90% FT, as Fitz will point out every game.

Epke Udoh lead the Rookies in blocks per game.

Coach Smart ends up at 16/23 on the Total wins for Warriors Coaches.
If you sort by Win % he is 11/23. If he stays for another season he will have a better record then Adleman or George Karl did while coaching their warriors squad.

http://www.basketball-reference.com/teams/GSW/coaches.html
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 14, 2011 6:17 pm
GSW Hoops Fan wrote:On the assist side of things, Nash just passed up Gary Payton for the 7th spot on the all time assist learders.

THere are only 3 active players in the top 30 of all time assists, and those are:
2nd - Jason Kidd - 11,365
7th - Steve Nash - 8,972
16th - Andre Miller - 6,864

Compared to all time soring where there are 6, soon to be 7:
5th - Shaquille O'neal
8th - Kobe Bryant
22nd - Kevin Garnett
24th - Dirk Nowitzki
25th - Ray Allen
29th - Tim Duncan

Compared to all time rebounding where there are 3
12th - Saquille O'neal
16th - Kevin Garnett
23rd - Tim Duncan


Here is what we are looking at when the season is over:

top 30 of all time assists:
2nd - Jason Kidd - 11,578 (needs 4,228 to catch John Stockton)
6th - Steve Nash - 9,252 (started with 8,397 - 9th place)
14th - Andre Miller - 7,031 (started with 6,465 - 21st place)

all time soring:
5th - Shaquille O'neal - 28,596 (started with 28,255 - 5th place)
6th - Kobe Bryant - 27,868 (started with 25,790 - 12th place)
20th - Kevin Garnett - 23,323 (started with 22,267 - 22nd place)
23rd - Dirk Nowitzki - 22,792 (started with 21,111 - 27th place)
24th - Ray Allen - 22,286 (started with 20,965 - 28th place)
28th - Tim Duncan - 21,663 (started with 20,641 - 30th place)
30th - Paul Pierce - 21,410 (started with 19,899 - NR)

All time rebounding:
12th - Saquille O'neal - 13,099 (Started with 12,921 - 14th place)
16th - Kevin Garnett - 12,819 (Started with 12,188 - 20th)
21st - Tim Duncan - 12,013 (Started with 11,335 - 25th)
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 20, 2011 1:53 pm
Ok, short season, here is what we look like all time stats going into the season:


top 30 of all time assists:
2nd - Jason Kidd - 11,578 (needs 4,228 to catch John Stockton)
6th - Steve Nash - 9,252
14th - Andre Miller - 7,031

all time soring:
6th - Kobe Bryant - 27,868 (Shaq retired at 5th... not sure Kobe will be able to catch him this season)
20th - Kevin Garnett - 23,323 (This could be his last year.. where will he end up?)
23rd - Dirk Nowitzki - 22,792
24th - Ray Allen - 22,286 (This could be his last year.. where will he end up?)
28th - Tim Duncan - 21,663 (This could be his last year.. where will he end up?)
30th - Paul Pierce - 21,410

All time rebounding:
16th - Kevin Garnett - 12,819 (This could be his last year.. where will he end up?)
21st - Tim Duncan - 12,013(This could be his last year.. where will he end up?)


Shout out to Shaq who ended his carreer 5th all time Scoring and 12th all time rebounding. Hall of Famer for sure.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 27, 2011 6:31 am
David passed 6k career points and B. Rush passed
2k career points.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 13, 2012 1:16 pm
*Tim Duncan passed Larry Bird on all time scoring list.
*Kevin Garnet passed Bob Pettit on the all time rebound list and Robert Parish on the alltime scoring list.
*Andre Miller passed Tim Hardaway on the assist list.

Ten games into the season and here is where the list stands:

top 30 of all time assists:
2nd - Jason Kidd - 11,614
6th - Steve Nash - 9,353
13th - Andre Miller - 7,102

all time soring:
6th - Kobe Bryant -28,232 (Only needs 364 to catch Shaq, and kobe is leading the league with 30ppg.. 13 more games at that rate)
19th - Kevin Garnett - 23,442 (315 more to catch Charles Barkley)
23rd - Dirk Nowitzki - 22,997 (52 more to catch Elgin Baylor)
24th - Ray Allen - 22,438 (Trails Dirk by 559)
27th - Tim Duncan - 21,663 (Needs 15 to pass Garry Payton)
30th - Paul Pierce - 21,410 (Needs 94 to catch Hal Gareer)

All time rebounding:
15th - Kevin Garnett - 12,885
21st - Tim Duncan - 12,083
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 03, 2012 2:57 pm
Alright, 20 games have gone by, 1/3 of the season for most teams. Here is were we stand with the all time lists and some other facts:

*Steve Nash passed Kevin Johnson (6518) as the all-time Phoenix leader in Assists
By the way Nash is Suns all time in Free Throw Pct, 3-Pt Field Goals, 3-Pt Field Goal Attempts, 3-Pt Field Goal Pct.
*Kobe passed Kareem (9935) in Lakers all time FG made, and passed Jerry West in lakers all time FT made (7160).


*Andre Miller passed Terry Porter (7,160) for 12th in all time assist
*Tim Duncan Passed Garry Payton (21,813) for 26th all time scoring
*Paul Pierce passed Hal Greer (21,586) for 29th all time scoring
*Kevin Garnett passed Jerry Lucas (12,942) for 14th all time rebounding

top 30 of all time assists:
2nd - Jason Kidd - 11,660
6th - Steve Nash - 9,441
12th - Andre Miller - 7,190

all time soring:
6th - Kobe Bryant -28,527 (Only needs 69 to catch Shaq, 3 more games at this pace)
19th - Kevin Garnett - 23,598
23rd - Dirk Nowitzki - 23,100 (49 more to catch Elgin Baylor)
24th - Ray Allen - 22,540
26th - Tim Duncan - 21,977
29th - Paul Pierce - 21,731 (Needs 60 to catch Larry Bird)

All time rebounding:
15th - Kevin Garnett - 12,970 (needs 47 to catch Buck Williams)
21st - Tim Duncan - 12,186 (needs 19 to pass Charles Oakley)

All time Blocks:
9th - Tim Duncan - 2,406
12th - Marcus Camby - 2,271
14th - Ben Wallace - 2,105
19. Kevin Garnett - 1,870
24. Jermaine O'Neal - 1,683
29. Elton Brand - 1,554
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 03, 2012 10:59 pm
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2012 6:08 pm
Kobe just passed Shaq for 5th in all time scoring list! He only need 2 1/2 games from my last post. On 2/3 he scored 20, 2/4 he scorred 24, and in less then 2 quaters through philly game he has 24.... Next up is:
4. Wilt Chamberlain - 31,419

Is much as I hate Kobe, he is a scoring machine this year... and he is started the season with torn ligaments in his wrist. The man is a competitor.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2012 8:54 pm
GSW Hoops Fan wrote:Kobe just passed Shaq for 5th in all time scoring list! He only need 2 1/2 games from my last post. On 2/3 he scored 20, 2/4 he scorred 24, and in less then 2 quaters through philly game he has 24.... Next up is:
4. Wilt Chamberlain - 31,419

Is much as I hate Kobe, he is a scoring machine this year... and he is started the season with torn ligaments in his wrist. The man is a competitor.



Never liked Kobe much, more for the attitude he showed earlier in his career, but the guy is one of the best players ever and deserving of his success
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