As most know, I'm not a big fan of the "combined stats" to indicate value in the sense of the intangibles it takes to lead a team in dynamic situations.
I think these stats show us a lot and then there a few places where they don't. Josh Smith's numbers in this calculation are fantastic.... Wallace's are not.... yet given a choice I'd take Wallace for a team that has aspirations on winning in the post season.
WTS... Thanks T for the effort. It is interesting to see how some players score in this system and then try and figure out why in some cases.....
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