NBA Players Are Scoring More Points Than Ever and The Reason Why is Right in Front of Our Eyes

22. feb.. 2021
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  • Giannis airball had me dead

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  • It's really impossible to overstate how much officiating has changed it, too. Eurosteps, softer defending, drawing contact on 3s, etc has all helped offense a ton.

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  • Why don't you talk to the damn refs as to why defense hasn't caught up?

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  • You say curry is The game changer. He's not, the real game changer was the golden state system developed by steve kerr that actually made Curry and Thompson shine like that.

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  • Its really simple.. They arent aloud to play defense nowdays, everything is a foul... Plus flop city.

    Drew SkinnerDrew Skinner32 minutter siden
  • Imagine Kobe or Mj today 🥵

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  • I believe as well there were players who were previews of the future. Gilbert Arenas definitely being one of them. Jordan, Kobe, Magic, Bird played faster than their competitors. There are things to dislike about the current NBA but this is how the game should’ve been played since day 1. I think all the GOAT players realized this.

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  • I think Lu Dort is someone that is very advanced on defense.

    Eran BosmanEran Bosman45 minutter siden
  • Kobe would have scored 100 points in a game

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  • This man's videos are too nice! The attention to detail, the stats, graphics, all of it. Also, if you adjust any of the legend's stats for pace, JUST PACE, their stats sky rocket

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  • The reason is because EVERYTHING us a foul there's no defense from half the league and everyone just Intentionally jumps into the defender then throws up a shot and its instantly a foul and he gets free throws. why does he get free throws for jumping into the defender?.

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  • As wild as it is to say, it's crazy how Steph literally changed the game of basketball.

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  • The three highest-scoring seasons in NBA are (full seasons): 18/19 111.2ppg, 84/85 110.8ppg, and 78/79 110.3ppg. In the top 10 highest scoring seasons in NBA history, 9(!!!) of them are in the '70s and the '80s.

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  • Proves how demented the GOAT argument is

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  • I like the video and it was fun to watch and you made some good points but some of what you said, mostly with the numbers, was just wrong. And you also sometimes omitted important pieces of information. Like you can't just increase volume without accounting for a dip in efficiency and that's something people build complex models for. Also, you should have used 3pts% instead of makes because makes increase volume and stars are often the one who get to shoot the most and they've always made the most money. TLDR: Good video but you're using numbers wrong

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  • Don’t really understand the Giannis insult for the 3PT shot but whatever, apparently the only 7 Footer who can’t shoot the 3 is Giannis. He’s still averaging 29PPG so take it or leave it.

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  • Vanvleet BAYBEE

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  • This might be your best video yet! Rest in peace to #TRAPSAX

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  • now thats my strategy in NBA2k

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  • Players you picked for not scoring 25+ points a game are like who??? Except for Bill Russell! Please!

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  • Yall know the players were created to stop one man that's Jordan

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  • Man great video fr incredible facts !!!

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  • This is not creating wins tho

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  • They scoring more points cause they completely changed the rules

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  • Interesting info but as a viewer of the game I find this era of basketball a lot less pleasing to watch and find it less captivating for some reason. Maybe cause it values the individual efforts around scoring way more than anything else...but it's disguised as a team sport still. Glad I watched this but the league is undeniably soft regardless. Harden got fouled and gets 2 at the line just from reading this.

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  • would love to see more defense in the NBA and not just the playoffs

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  • And the change of the shotclock on offensive rebounds probably also has a lot to do with the amount of points being scored. Faster pace.

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  • Increased analytics with regular 3 pointers and probably the greatest restrictions on defence. It's all subjective but the NBA is probably the most boring it's ever been in my lifetime, right now. Oooh wow, another step back 3 - my life is complete.

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  • Honestly it's just back then coaches would bench your ass for shooting from deep like today. I think it's just the facts that players can fire up as many threes as they want without getting benched

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  • Even non shooter gotta shoot😂😂

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  • Don't forget the added illegal offensive moves and "gather steps" lol 😆

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  • That was a dope ass video thanks for making that

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  • But...Jordan, Wilt Chamberlain and Kareem wouldn’t have averaged 60 points per game if they played today 🙄

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  • no guard ez as fck.

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  • Never thought I'd listen to a ~20 min analysis go by so quickly. Well done with the writing, research, and editing. One of the most important vids that all hoopheads need to watch rn.

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  • Good points...... But hands down the rule changes! No hand checking, no hard fouls

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  • Bwhat would MJ do in this era?

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  • Why you disrespect caris he no average player

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  • i fell for that joe ingles😂😂😂

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  • Prime Kobe Would be crazy in todays gameplay

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  • This is a great analysis of today’s game vs previous generations. Of course, we don’t have the opportunity to actually see what would really happen if today’s players played back on the day and the other way around. I do think the evidence points to: 1. Yesterday’s GOOD players would for the most part across the board have better stats than they used to for all of the reasons mentioned. (More opportunity, faster pace, more long range shooting) 2. Yesterday’s GREAT players would likely not have a big increase in stats, and depending on that specific player would actually determine if they were better or worse. All the same reasons why GOOD players are having better stats are the same reasons why the GREAT players wouldn’t. And this is more specifically speaking of the players that already scored a lot (MJ, Kobe, and other guys like that). Yesterday’s GREAT players already had the ball the majority of the time. They already took the most shots. MJ took about 24 FG attempts per game in the 94-95 season and shot 8 free throws per game. It’s not likely that Jordan is going to increase his usage. And if he did, that certainly wouldn’t help the other players increase their stats. Also, MJ played in an era where you couldn’t zone and help. The way they do today. They were essentially always playing 1 on 1. Of course, the greatest players are going to kill everyone 1 on 1. It’s hard to say if MJ would be better or worse today. Today’s best players are able to create so much space and 1 on 1 situations by being deadly from 3. Maybe Jordan would have developed a more consistent 3 point shot, but if he did, that would also be a completely different Jordan than what we remember. What would his game look like if he went from shooting 1.5 3 point attempts a game to 8 or 9? He’d look like someone we don’t recognize. People seem to think that Jordan would be able to shoot 8 or 9 3s a game. Make 3 or 4. Shoot 35 shots a game and have 5-7 big dunks every game. It doesn’t work like that. My point is that it’s unlikely that any of the all time greats would unlikely have huge stat changes one way or the other. The game has always been about the best players and they were going to get numbers regardless. There are a few notable exceptions such as Steve Nash (though not really in the ALL TIME GREAT discussion like Jordan). But Steve Nash would have definitely scored more, probably around 25 a game or so. But guys on his team like Amare Stoudamire would end up looking a lot more like Clint Capella or Andre Drummond.. The same goes for some of the greatest big men ever. Unless Shaq was surrounded by a lot of great wing defenders, he would be such a liability on defense in today’s game. Sure, he’d still get his, but at what cost? They’d just switch him out on guys like Steph, Dame, Luka, etc and they’d drop 40 or 50 on him while he only gets to play 20 minutes a game because he’s on the bench from either fouling, being too tired, or simply the coach benching him because the other team is killing him on defense. Comparing eras does get to be useless. There are only a handful of elite players that would legit dominate no matter what era the played in.

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  • Dribble dribble 3... Dribble dribble missed 3.... Dribble dribble drive foul.... Dribble dribble and 1.... Repeat

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  • This gen is a lot lazier on defense, also doesn’t help with rule changes, guards just tend to walk around the perimeter and let their matchup burn right past them, this is why the scoring chart is rising, especially for guards

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  • The reason is no body fucking plays defense

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  • One word - roids, period

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  • I’d like to disagree with the statement “there is less defensive effort today”. Defense is getting harder because players have to run their man off screens and playing pick and roll defense is so hard especially when you’re guarding an elite PNR player who can score and create. Also, NBA offenses arent just “giving the ball to the best player”. Sets and plays from the past are still alive but have evolved due to the SPACING. SPACING is the greatest difference between this era and the past. It has unlocked offense greatly and has allowed most players to shine. This is the reason for the scoring boom.

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  • Joe Ingles, a long way from Steph but still a legend

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  • yo i love these videos so much that i'd honestly appreciate u making a podcast on spotify that are just ur videos without the visuals...just a thought. like fr if i could download all this i'd be listening in the car on the regular.

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  • Because there's no defence

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  • Imagine what a 37ppg player can do when you're not allowed to touch him.

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  • So now we know why Lebron jacking up threes all the time and slacking off on defense. He's knows what's up and he's trying to stay relevant

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  • Because there are too many three pointers in today's NBA, soft defence ( mainly because of the rules ) and virtually zero half court game, it's like watching tennis transition basketball with mega scoring that favours offensive play and iso play individual basketball , it's a no brainer really, of course there's more scoring, Jordan would be absolutely killing it ( even more than he already did ) in today's NBA.

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  • Why you gotta do Giannis like that😂

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  • Luka is the best example of nba defense from his mvp season in europe avg 12pts to nba rookie putting up 30pts - 40pts triple double. Euroleague defense is like 90 's 00's nba defense they allowed handcheck

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  • MJ would average 40 ppg

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  • One of these days my man, you'll get a call with an offer to host your own NBA Talk show...

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  • I expect the born of a 3pt defensive player in the future, someone who can shut down the shooters. And it will make the difference. It's absurd to see how the best defensive team nowadays allows 106 Ppg

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  • NBA offense is softer but is easily better than defense. But.. Defense can be improved I can think of 3 ideas minimum not used in the NBA that would exploit offense/ boost defense without giving up anything. You just need to watch every game and see how they do it. The numbers are right but numbers can be skewed with readiness and accurate plays. Defense will rise again but offense sells tickets and no one can argue that

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  • Because there is no body-body head to head in short there is no Physical defence😂😂 and more actors 😂😂 Shaq attack,Jordan rule, hard attack 🤫

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  • I'd agree that Curry helped accelerate mass acceptance of the 3, but LeBron created the position-less basketball player. That man can play 1-5 better than anyone that's ever played.

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  • You made some good points in this video, but let's please stop pretending that Steph is THIS impactful of a player. He's not. He's just not. End of discussion.

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  • No disrespect but u sound like young don the sauce gkd

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  • Look at the jazz they are the best team in the league and their best player is a great defender

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  • Enough comparing generation via stats

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  • Wondering how MJ would score today . May be avg. 55 points with full dominance

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  • you cant even play defense no more, putting your hands up like a statue is not playing defense.

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  • When you realize Brooklyn got too much fire power. Those 3 guys can easily score 100 points together every night

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  • So basically when I put 5 shooters on my team in all the basketball games I played in the 80's and 90's I was doing the right thing.

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  • That is why I get angry when people say that LeBron is a better player than mj because he has a more stretched game. If mj played in today’s era, he would strech his game.

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  • They made defense illegal, added a million commercial breaks, and cut down on minutes per player, all of which advantages shooters. Shooting is much more difficult when you're tired or being pressed by a physical defender.

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  • When jimmy hits us with the slo mo joe action😂

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  • You should do more of the what would their stats be now” could be a good video

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  • As of 2-25-21 Almost every clip you show, no one is playing defense. Most players are practically open. Most high schools are playing man to man at least 3/4 quarter court. Most colleges play defense. So when these young players come to the league (I know some), they are surprised how easy it is to score a basket because of the lack of defense. The lack of defense also causes people to score within 15 seconds. I was always taught that, the man with ball will always tire faster trying to get around you. Out of the top 10 defensive teams, 7 have winning records (low team, Spurs 10th @ 16-11). 5 of those are also in the top 10 of 3 pts allowed (Knicks @ 10th). Opp 3pt % (out of top 10 defense), 4 teams are in top 5 (1NYK, 2PHX, 4UTA & 5LAL). There here is no excuse to let someone pull up 5 feet from the 3 pt line, hand down man down. Some of the better teams just play defense all over the court & won't let you shoot uncontested 3s. Best defensive players 1 Rudy Gobert 2 Ben Simmons 3 Myles Turner (only team not in top 10 defense or 20 wins [15-15] 4 Lebron James 5 Mikal Bridges (shortest player @ 6'6")

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  • I teared up on the Brandon Roy clip 🥲 4:24

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  • Doncic has Bird vibes

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  • Imagine Kobe playing at todays NBA

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  • I can't believe this guy thinks this. That players just suddenly got "exponentially greater", offensively. He can't even see that it's because of the drastic increase in 3 point shots taken per game as well as deep 3's that's lead to a spike in scoring because... What does a drastic increase in 3's and deep 3's do? IT STRETCHES OUT THE DEFENSE! This means the amount of distance a defensive player has to move to recover on defense is, "exponentially greater", than ever before, thus you have a spike in scoring due to more open shots but perhaps more important, uncontested layups/dunks... It's not Houston Rocket science people. The true basketball purests already know this.

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  • What if Bill Russell played today with at least 38% 3pt shot?

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  • Came in here thinking he was gonna say something like the empty stadiums are making players more confident, but ok, you’re right too 🤣

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  • Ok, so just make 3 point shots Cost 2 points. That way the current effeminate Meta will go back to what the way it was in the past.

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  • We need jimmy with the saxophone beat in the back again 😔

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  • I’ve been saying this since 2011. I bought 2k11 for the first time and straight up created 3pt specialist and then said I can improve the other parts later but 3pt is important. My friends said I didn’t understand basketball with that mindset and created all-round players and were handicapped when starting their careers.

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  • Great video. Impressive breakdown and analysis of the offensive explosion of the past couple of years.

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  • Agent 0>Bradley Beal easily tf?

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  • Reason is because all the underrated defending guards and forwards are alway's injured

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  • Wait till the game catches on to my DEFENSIVE CROSSOVER move!

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  • Right now good defense is just there to make a guy score 25 instead of 30. It still adds up even if it doesn’t always feel like it.

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  • Luv these vids

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  • Why is the nbas numbers down so much if the game is built to be played fast and entertaining?

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  • this just proves that KD is the greatest scorer of all time

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  • This is basically a huge reason why the nba is boring for me: defense becoming an after thought. All I’m saying is, the day we see a modern day defensive heavy team dominate the league I’m gonna be more than ecstatic

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  • So Jordan woulda averaged 40 a game

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  • Gs

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  • Yes the offense got better because it ALLOWED itself to get better. How could the defense now catch up to it? Did it get better as well? This is not an apples to apples comparison from the eras before.

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  • Man I re-watched game 7 of the 2010 NBA finals last night and it was crazy to see the difference in defence and how much harder they played D back then

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  • Somewhat similar to 30 HR hitters in the 90's(30 HR's went from being special,to being Basic😳)

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