Anthony Davis: Quietly Having an All-Time Historic Season


by Kamil Skwarek on Feb 7, 2015 | Views: 88 | Score: 0
Player Efficiency Rating (PER)
Michael Jordan 1988-8931.14
Michael Jordan 1989-9031.18
Lebron James 2012-1331.59
Wilt Chamberlain 1963-6431.63
Michael Jordan 1990-9131.63
Lebron James 2008-0931.67
Michael Jordan 1987-8831.71
Wilt Chamberlain 1961-6231.74
Wilt Chamberlain 1962-6331.82
Anthony Davis 2014-1531.85
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Kamil Skwarek
Kamil Skwarek on Feb 4, 2015 9:19 PM said:

Do the other players on the left ring a bell? If Anthony Davis can keep this pace up, it will go down as one of the great individual seasons of all-time. However, the New Orleans Pelicans are currently out of the playoffs, and Davis has received little if any MVP consideration. The Pelicans are 7-3 in their last 10 games, and if they can make a push up the standings, Davis will explode into the national spotlight.

kendramayer2017
kendramayer2017 on Feb 8, 2015 10:25 AM said:

This chart illustrates it's a pretty tight game between the PER of the top NBA players. But is there any way this could clarify which years these stats came from? I initially saw Davis's PER as 26.47 (from the first source) because I was looking at the 2013-2014 stats. Thanks!

Kamil Skwarek
Kamil Skwarek on Feb 8, 2015 9:33 PM said:

Fixed! Thanks, much easier to understand with the dates.