I think it would be interesting to see the modal average for a player's points, rebounds, assists, etc. Modal average is the number most often seen, which means if a player has a modal average then it's the specific number of points, rebounds, or assists, or whatever that he most often produces.
If that didn't make sense, here's a typical example.
Say a player has scored in the last 10 games:
His mean average, which is commonly just referred to as just his average, would be what you get when you add all of those up and divide by those 10 games, and you'd get 16.7 ppg.
Now, the mode or modal average is identifying which number is most common. In this case, that would be 18 because he scored 18 points in four of those ten games (no other number repeated more than once, let alone more than four times), making it the most common amount of points scored. So his mode / modal average for those 10 games is 18 points.
The reason I thought this could be interesting is that especially as you make the sample size bigger, it gives you a sense of what might be the most likely outcome to expect on any given game night because ultimately it's the most common result.
So I was wondering if any NBA stat site kept track of this without making me do the math myself.