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John Wall's near quadruple double game.

Discussion in 'NBA Dish' started by KingStevo10, Nov 3, 2010.

  1. KingStevo10

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    9 steals is ridiculous... you could say it was offset with 8 turnovers, but come on. 9 steals? WOW.
     
  3. KingStevo10

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    Ya that's crazy!

    Only 1 rebound tho, but still 9 steals is crazy
     
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    Daaaaaaaaaaaaamn

    Elton Brand is 9 for 11, good to see him do something
     
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    Technically eight of the steals are offset by the turnovers. A turnover is a loss of a possession, a steal is a gained possession. Same value.

    Now, the fact that he had 13 assists and 9 steals, that makes it still very impressive.
     
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    When did turnovers start to count towards quadruple doubles?

    Still quite an impressive line, especially for a rookie. Wall is going to give Griffin a run for the ROY award.
     
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    Since Yao entered NBA, we rockets fans started counting TO so Yao could have his triple double,and in fact he did.

    :D
     

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