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Andrew
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8/21/2001  6:30 PM
Insider had an article rating the best players Pound fo Pound and Dollar for Dollar. Our Marcus Camby showed up in the top 10 for both

Here it is:

Let's take the NBA's very own IBM formula to determine their statistical champion. It measures a player's statistical impact on a team as well as how those stats translated into actual wins for the team.

The formula is as follows: A players points = fga + reb + ast + stl + bl - pf - to + (wins x 10) all divided by his team's total points = fga + reb + ast + stl + bl - pf - to.

Then let's divide those raw numbers by each individual player's listed weight to determine our Pound for Pound MVP.

1. Kevin Garnett, MIN 18.69
2. John Stockton, UTH 17.97
3. Jason Kidd, NJN 17.93
4. Tracy McGrady, ORL 17.56
5. Allen Iverson, PHI 17.33
6. Gary Payton, SEA 17.24
7. Steve Francis, HOU 17.10
8. Terrell Brandon, MIN 16.75
9. Marcus Camby, NYK 16.28
10.Ray Allen, MIL 15.96

In this age of salary caps and luxury taxes, a player's income is often as important as his game stats. So let's figure these players' actual financial value by taking those same IBM numbers and run them through a Dollar for Dollar comparison by dividing them by this year's salary figures.

Note: The rookies (those still under rookie contracts) absolutely dominate it so much that we had to put them in their own category.

1. Ben Wallace, DET 79.9
2. Sam Cassell, MIL 67.9
3. Marcus Camby, NYK 59.0
4. Jerry Stackhouse, DET 56.6
5. Cuttino Mobley, HOU 56.1
6. Steve Nash, DAL 49.0
7. Jason Kidd, NJN 45.2
8. Tim Duncan, SA 36.0
9. Tracy McGrady, ORL 34.1
10.David Robinson, SA 34.1
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Caseloads
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8/21/2001  8:07 PM
Posted by Andrew:

Insider had an article rating the best players Pound fo Pound and Dollar for Dollar. Our Marcus Camby showed up in the top 10 for both

Here it is:

Let's take the NBA's very own IBM formula to determine their statistical champion. It measures a player's statistical impact on a team as well as how those stats translated into actual wins for the team.

The formula is as follows: A players points = fga + reb + ast + stl + bl - pf - to + (wins x 10) all divided by his team's total points = fga + reb + ast + stl + bl - pf - to.

Then let's divide those raw numbers by each individual player's listed weight to determine our Pound for Pound MVP.

1. Kevin Garnett, MIN 18.69
2. John Stockton, UTH 17.97
3. Jason Kidd, NJN 17.93
4. Tracy McGrady, ORL 17.56
5. Allen Iverson, PHI 17.33
6. Gary Payton, SEA 17.24
7. Steve Francis, HOU 17.10
8. Terrell Brandon, MIN 16.75
9. Marcus Camby, NYK 16.28
10.Ray Allen, MIL 15.96

In this age of salary caps and luxury taxes, a player's income is often as important as his game stats. So let's figure these players' actual financial value by taking those same IBM numbers and run them through a Dollar for Dollar comparison by dividing them by this year's salary figures.

Note: The rookies (those still under rookie contracts) absolutely dominate it so much that we had to put them in their own category.

1. Ben Wallace, DET 79.9
2. Sam Cassell, MIL 67.9
3. Marcus Camby, NYK 59.0
4. Jerry Stackhouse, DET 56.6
5. Cuttino Mobley, HOU 56.1
6. Steve Nash, DAL 49.0
7. Jason Kidd, NJN 45.2
8. Tim Duncan, SA 36.0
9. Tracy McGrady, ORL 34.1
10.David Robinson, SA 34.1
good thing we inked camby to that extension when we had the chance.
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8/21/2001  8:46 PM
Posted by Caseloads:
Posted by Andrew:

Insider had an article rating the best players Pound fo Pound and Dollar for Dollar. Our Marcus Camby showed up in the top 10 for both

Here it is:

Let's take the NBA's very own IBM formula to determine their statistical champion. It measures a player's statistical impact on a team as well as how those stats translated into actual wins for the team.

The formula is as follows: A players points = fga + reb + ast + stl + bl - pf - to + (wins x 10) all divided by his team's total points = fga + reb + ast + stl + bl - pf - to.

Then let's divide those raw numbers by each individual player's listed weight to determine our Pound for Pound MVP.

1. Kevin Garnett, MIN 18.69
2. John Stockton, UTH 17.97
3. Jason Kidd, NJN 17.93
4. Tracy McGrady, ORL 17.56
5. Allen Iverson, PHI 17.33
6. Gary Payton, SEA 17.24
7. Steve Francis, HOU 17.10
8. Terrell Brandon, MIN 16.75
9. Marcus Camby, NYK 16.28
10.Ray Allen, MIL 15.96

In this age of salary caps and luxury taxes, a player's income is often as important as his game stats. So let's figure these players' actual financial value by taking those same IBM numbers and run them through a Dollar for Dollar comparison by dividing them by this year's salary figures.

Note: The rookies (those still under rookie contracts) absolutely dominate it so much that we had to put them in their own category.

1. Ben Wallace, DET 79.9
2. Sam Cassell, MIL 67.9
3. Marcus Camby, NYK 59.0
4. Jerry Stackhouse, DET 56.6
5. Cuttino Mobley, HOU 56.1
6. Steve Nash, DAL 49.0
7. Jason Kidd, NJN 45.2
8. Tim Duncan, SA 36.0
9. Tracy McGrady, ORL 34.1
10.David Robinson, SA 34.1
good thing we inked camby to that extension when we had the chance.
I don't think the extension mattered anyways even though it's good to see him inked for a long time. Camby is happy in new york and should always be. He was pushed out of position last year and it tells you something when not only does he accept being out of position, but he works hard to make that his primary position. This year Camby is for real.
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