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    Default Now that's a lot of points!

    Check out the box score for T-Mac in this Magic game versus the Wiz...

    http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/boxscore?gid=2004031019
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    If he hadn't missed 9 free throws, he'd have ended up with 71pts!

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    Default Re: Now that's a lot of points!

    Final Tally for T-Mac: [color=red:9ac110ab46]62 points[/color], 10 rebounds, 5 assists

    And this on a night when the Bulls have scored only 57 points as a team with only 5:47 to go in their game with the Pistons...
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    WOWOWOW!

    37 field goal attempts = 1 BY HIM every 80 seconds!

    26 free throw attempts How many NBA games have we seen when a whole team didn't shoot 26 free throws?

    In all, he shot the ball at the basket 63 times -- one more time than the number of points he scored!

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    Good job, TMac. Your TEAM is still dead last in the Eastern Conference with a record of 19 - 48.

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    In all, he shot the ball at the basket 63 times -- one more time than the number of points he scored!

    Just think what Iverson's scoring average would be if he had that kind of output!
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    Good job, TMac. Your TEAM is still dead last in the Eastern Conference with a record of 19 - 48.

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    Hey, it's not his fault he has to carry an awful team. If he doesn't score, who will?

    Kinda reminds me of the pre-Pippen MJ years in Chicago...

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    Good job, TMac. Your TEAM is still dead last in the Eastern Conference with a record of 19 - 48.

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    Hey, it's not his fault he has to carry an awful team. If he doesn't score, who will?

    Kinda reminds me of the pre-Pippen MJ years in Chicago...
    Exactly.

    I've always contended that if Reggie would have taken 32-35 shots a game during any of the 93 - 97 seasons, based on his points per shot average, he would have scored about 10 points per game more than any other player in the league.

    It's not just taking a huge number of shots; it's about hitting them. If you're going to take that many shots during any one game, then you'd better be hitting them at a much better clip than you normally do.

    T-Mac shot 20-for-37, much better than his normal 41.8%.

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