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01-06-2013, 02:36 PM
Join Date: Jun 2009
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"Trend". What's more likely is that he has remained the 70 point player he has been, but due to his injuries, he's needed games played to readjust before returning to his regular production. You do realize players need actual game time to adjust to game speed before they play like their best self. That is what is clear with his stats - that he has been a consistent 70 pointer with games lost to injury, requiring some games to get back into speed but ultimately returning to regular production.
There is more to the numbers than just the numbers. He isn't losing a step.
See? You CAN apply some logic to your thoughts. Now try doing that with Markov.
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