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That encompasses most if not all of the "Shaq Rules" years, so I'm not going any further back.
For those years, he fouled out on average once every 18.28 Regular Season games.
What's slightly interesting is that in the playoffs during that same stretch, he fouled out once every 16.95 games. Not much of a difference, but playoff teams are tougher opponents, which means he fouled out less against better competition.
Might be a little bit of truth to the "Shaq Rules". Or, it could be a sign of the more physical nature of the playoffs.
I'm spent. Anyone wanna do it for Jordan? Just add up all the foul-outs for a portion of his career, for regular season and playoffs. Then, add up all the playoff games, and go to nba.com and subtract them from total games played over that stretch. That will give you how many regular season and playoff games they've played over your chosen stretch. Do a little division, and you're done