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

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    Ebeneser ThepbanthaoEbeneser ThepbanthaoVor 18 Minuten
  • This a problem that the NBA is overlooking, its going to get to the point were people are not going to watch. Me for example i dont watch as many games as i used to, and i dont even watch the allstar game

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  • Because they are getting the all time lowest blocks & steals LOL

    Clarence Oliver IIIClarence Oliver IIIVor 8 Stunden
  • Excellent analysis! Even though offensive skill is at an all time high across the league I find the game boring. I hope defense catches up.

    David ReevesDavid ReevesVor 9 Stunden
  • Id be interested to see how good these guys would be if they made them play by the rules. I'd also like to see the kind of contact that is called a foul if the defender is out of position called a charge if they are in position....

    DudeDudeVor 11 Stunden
  • Let me give you some insight. 2024/25 Season will add a 4 Point line

    Globetrotter 4FRGlobetrotter 4FRVor 13 Stunden
  • 0:14 I counted its 482 vs 264 balls

    Globetrotter 4FRGlobetrotter 4FRVor 13 Stunden
  • Just came back to the video, and Gary Trent just had 44. It’s so easy to score in today’s game

    Picasso JulienPicasso JulienVor 16 Stunden
  • 4:50 This is 100% truth. Defenses in any sport are ALWAYS reactionary and ALWAYS bound by physics. The offense knows where it's going. The defense is stuck guessing.

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  • Cool video. Now show these guys Playoffs numbers.

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  • Can thank Le flop James for this

    JJ ReddickJJ ReddickVor 3 Tage
  • So what happened with "money ball" happened with the NBA. The stats showed the main game winner was position-less scoring. Basically - get all shooters. But I still think it's just easier to score when it's a foul to guard you. That's a bigger reason why we're seeing so many made shots from all over.

    Matthew RaishMatthew RaishVor 3 Tage
  • What happened in 2019 causing such a jump? It's painful to see defenders jumping out of a dunkers for fear of finishing on a poster - who has b-ball posters these days anyway Have you looked at the point proportion per player within the tean? As in 5 starting vs. bench over the years? I assume that main players are more greedy than they were

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  • Tenendo conto delle percentuali di successo, della costante crescita quantitativa e dell'ambito della nostra attivita, diventa necessario includere nel piano di produzione una serie di attivita straordinarie, tenendo conto di una serie di approcci standard. Naturalmente, un livello profondo di immersione richiede un'analisi dell'analisi dei modelli di comportamento esistenti. E anche i sostenitori del totalitarismo nella scienza, iniziato esclusivamente sinteticamente, sono stati resi pubblici. Non va dimenticato, tuttavia, che il costante sostegno alle nostre attivita contribuisce alla qualita di prospettive favorevoli. Para o mundo moderno, diluido em uma boa dose de empatia, o pensamento racional garante a relevancia do modelo de desenvolvimento. Assim como a metodologia de desenvolvimento moderna nao nos da escolha a nao ser definir o agrupamento de esforcos! E os paises em desenvolvimento ativo do terceiro mundo sao apenas um metodo de participacao politica e estao bloqueados dentro da estrutura de suas proprias restricoes racionais. De repente, elementos do processo politico serao identificados como candidatos ao papel de fatores-chave.

    Ellen KellyEllen KellyVor 4 Tage
  • And Kobe was called a ball hog in his era but was way ahead of his time

    Dan RustleDan RustleVor 4 Tage
  • The quality of this video though.... wish I could subscribe twice

    J OhJ OhVor 4 Tage
  • MJ in this era 40/10/6

    HonorHonorVor 5 Tage
  • That is becuase no one play DEFENSE in Nba,Playing Defense is more painful.

    HonorHonorVor 5 Tage
  • Um, they stopped playing D 10 years ago

    JJ ReddickJJ ReddickVor 5 Tage
  • This is why soccer is more popular than basketball. :)

    eric espinaeric espinaVor 5 Tage

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  • Gilbert arenas was Bradley Beal on steroids

    Suna KamiSuna KamiVor 6 Tage
  • Just imagine like the numbers all time greats in the early 2000s and 90s players would had Absolute insane Could be a great video

    Zachary HooksZachary HooksVor 6 Tage
    • The production may stay the same but I think their efficiency would go up. Take Allen Iverson for example. He averaged 31.4 PPG on a terribly inefficient 39.8%. Basically 27.8 shots per game. More than anyone today. To be fair to Iverson, his early 2000s Sixers team were pretty garbage offensively so he had to night in and night out chuck like crazy just to keeps his teams somewhat competitive. So if he played today (assuming a good team with good scorers) he probably wouldn’t have to chuck so much. As Jxmyhighroller pointed out. The average player today is far better offensively than 10-20 years ago.

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  • I barely like basketball and I can't stop watching your video

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  • gilbert easy averages 35 in this nba

    ThaRealERAQThaRealERAQVor 6 Tage
  • tony parker is going to shoot better in pops system and having 2 all stars on his team smh

    ThaRealERAQThaRealERAQVor 6 Tage
  • tony parker had duncan and manu on his team. his attempts probably change but his numbers about the same.

    ThaRealERAQThaRealERAQVor 6 Tage
  • steph sparked more 3s but teams have been going for interchangable positionless players since the bulls 2nd 3 peat. thats what made the bulls successful.

    ThaRealERAQThaRealERAQVor 6 Tage
  • most big men could hit the 3 in the 90s it just wasnt a staple of the game plan. hell even shaq hit a few.

    ThaRealERAQThaRealERAQVor 6 Tage
  • nash pass first pg

    ThaRealERAQThaRealERAQVor 6 Tage
  • more possessions

    ThaRealERAQThaRealERAQVor 6 Tage
  • Tony Kukoc was the Doncic of his time. If he was given the green light and was able to continue his Euro play instead of being forced to bulk up, he would've gone on a tear in today's game.

    Manuel SoaresManuel SoaresVor 6 Tage
  • jimmy such a goat

    Kayo LufadejuKayo LufadejuVor 6 Tage
  • Rudy gobert joined the chat...

    Niko BaezNiko BaezVor 7 Tage
  • You don’t think of TP as a great scorer?! Caaaaap! Lol he wasn’t a playmaker or a 3 and d guy.

    Travis CanslerTravis CanslerVor 7 Tage
  • Trae Young is very good for a youngster

    Joseph VernonJoseph VernonVor 8 Tage
  • Steve Nash was a white point guard, you expect him to drop 30 he’s a role player

    Joseph VernonJoseph VernonVor 8 Tage
    • @Diego Velazquez ik

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    • Steve Nash won two mvps......

      Diego VelazquezDiego VelazquezVor 2 Tage
  • The reason is because of Steph and Kobe.

    doubleDERPatron5 2xDdoubleDERPatron5 2xDVor 8 Tage
  • Why not analyze the stats of a subset of players that played on both sides of rule change year?

    Brett Johnson, Jr.Brett Johnson, Jr.Vor 8 Tage
  • No defense

  • Pretty good video

    Ena NebresEna NebresVor 9 Tage
  • The real reason is the defensive 3 second violation, the inability to play as physical defense, and hard fouls leading to ejections instead of a basic foul call. Not to mention the fact that players are selected more for their offensive abilities rather than defensive abilities leading to more scoring and less defense.

    Danny BoiiDanny BoiiVor 9 Tage
  • Look, every year the nba players create a new dribling moves, they can shoot from the logo. At the same time u can not create a new form of defense.

    Misha Beley-IvanyshMisha Beley-IvanyshVor 9 Tage
  • Nash would be 25-15 players in today's NBA.

    Lynx lynxLynx lynxVor 9 Tage
    • He’d be a top 5 player.

      Diego VelazquezDiego VelazquezVor 2 Tage
  • I love when people bring up how hard it was offensively back in the day because the defense was so physical. You know who else could be far more physical? The fucking offense. So if you both could wrestle back then and neither can do it now, it's a push so cut the shit. Adding in the terrible flopping of today's game and guys bigger than Bill fucking Russel playing 2 guard, defense is probably harder than it's ever been. The game itself isn't as playground when it comes to physicality as it used to be and I think that's a good thing, sort of. Bill Lambier should've been cleaning toilets and beating women, not winning championships. However, the league has gone way overboard with the softness. The refs are incompetent egomaniacs and the players have taken advantage of the rules and refs which makes them look soft. It's far deeper than just, oh this generation that generation. The only reason we are at this point is because of how much Michael complained and how bad the league slurped their cash cow. Now I would've done the same because MJ is the goat but let's cut out the dumb ass baseless arguments for who's best or what era is best or the hardest, it's just dumb. All you people who complain about how soft today's game is are the same ones who hate on the players who play like it's still 1980. Sorry for the fucking rant but I'm keeping it

    Cricket 69Cricket 69Vor 9 Tage
    • And this isn't directed at the creator of this video. I just heard raja bell, notice the lower case letters, bring up some shit that always upsets me

      Cricket 69Cricket 69Vor 9 Tage
  • this crazy people didn't listen to the guy saying that the offense and the players are far far and away more offensively talented and gifted than 10-20 years ago. so why we're seeing the offensive explosion. Yeah we can say that The defense is not as physical but at the same time even if the defense is physical, the players are still more offensively gifted and talented so you cannot put these players back in the '90s because they're still far and away more offensively talented. So they would do what they're doing now back then against the less athletic and less talented players.

    6x NCAA National Champ6x NCAA National ChampVor 9 Tage
    • @Margot C You're saying stronger and he's not stronger than LeBron his body type is not build that way. Now he may be taller and bigger but that does not mean that he's stronger. He doesn't apply the same type of force with athletic explosiveness and muscle density of a LeBron. Malone was the strongest guy on the team and he was 6'9 250 But even Malone didn't have that type of speed and explosiveness which adds to your strength and your force lol. So again your point is very uneducated. Do you know what athleticism is? Do you understand what force is? Do you know how to calculate force? These things you should have learned in middle school or high school. And it seems that you really just don't get it and it also seems to me that you really never played sports before or you really was never good. But, I can honestly say throughout my high school, collegiate and professional career (before I tore my Achilles) there was a lot of guys that was bigger than me and taller than me on the football field, basketball court or on the track and they were still not stronger than me whether it be in the weight room or just pure athleticism and strength.

      6x NCAA National Champ6x NCAA National ChampVor Stunde
    • @6x NCAA National Champ I didn’t say players from the 90’s were better or worse. That’s too vague of a statement to make. Kevin Durant is better than Clyde Drexler and Dominique Wilkins is better than Boris Diaw. It all depends on the player

      Brian ScalabrineBrian ScalabrineVor 2 Stunden
    • @6x NCAA National Champ Again, I didn’t say Greg Osertag had a higher vertical than Lebron. I said he’s bigger, taller and stronger than Lebron. I also never said that Lebron couldn’t dunk on him. You like to bring up 6’9 250 a lot and compare Lebron’s size to guards so I wanted to see how you’d react if I brought the size of a center and you got very sensitive.

      Margot CMargot CVor 2 Stunden
    • @Brian Scalabrine yeah Jordan played in the era like that but the errors before Jordan played it even rougher so were they better? So by that logic Oscar Robertson and Elgin Baylor, Dr Jay in Wilt Chamberlain in Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and all those guys are better because they played in a era where fouls were called different? I don't think that has anything to do with the skill set and the talent of this era The skill set and the talent of this era is by far better and your own guy Michael Jordan has said that The guy that's 6-0 vs MJ Larry Bird has said that the players today are better than they were so again we can talk this no flagrant car that has nothing to do with the athleticism, skill set, talent, that's in the NBA today. That's like saying Terry Bradshaw is better than Tom Brady because the rules were a little bit different then lol But that's like saying Johnny Unitas is better than Pat mahomes because of the rules. But we can clearly see that the skill set in the talent is not even close to the same whatever rules you put in place it's not going to matter because of the skill set. Now guys may get fouled a little harder but that's not going to change their skill set or their talent lol

      6x NCAA National Champ6x NCAA National ChampVor 2 Stunden
    • @6x NCAA National Champ GOAT means greatest of all time. What part of Jordan is GOAT do you understand?

      Brian ScalabrineBrian ScalabrineVor 2 Stunden
  • Nice video but cmon man, not even mentioning Spoelstra and the big 3 Heat? I get they didn’t go full positionless but they tried it; putting Bosh at the 5 with lock down wing defenders that can shoot threes and having Bosh step further and further away from the rim. I even think Spo coined the term “positionless” in the first place. 😂

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  • Should bring back hand checking. Give some leverage to the defensive side of the ball.

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  • Big guys can shoot threes but almost none of them have a post up game.

    286mic286micVor 10 Tage
  • Curry so good he makes old players want to play again.

    aj dileoaj dileoVor 10 Tage
  • I think it is because of all the new rules. Very few of these "bucket getters" would be playing like this in the 80's. Just like football the rules were changed to make the television experience better. Hockey has a problem the other way in this regard, they want more goals but refuse to change rules.

    aj dileoaj dileoVor 10 Tage
  • The nba is a fucking joke and it’s ruined pick up basketball more importantly

    nick arvinnick arvinVor 10 Tage
  • More possessions per game...saved you the time. Harden has double percentage of total points from FT's than jordan and kobe

    tpjmadrigal12tpjmadrigal12Vor 10 Tage
  • I think the Jordan era started this with Scottie pippen inventing the pf and Michael being one of the first smaller players to lead a team, bird and magic being physically bigger in the previous era

    Akshay VoraAkshay VoraVor 10 Tage
  • Curry is the 2nd Era of NBA

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  • It has to do with money. Players are worth more than they used to be and losing these players due to injury can kill a franchise. Not only that players have more power than they used to. Not only that nobody watches a full game of basketball, mostly highlights 10min long that only show offense. So naturally we get this. It’s not that nobody wants to play defense, nobody gives a fuck about it. Even Vegas. It’s not analytics, it’s economics.

    Sunny TzudeSunny TzudeVor 10 Tage
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  • The defense is TRASH now.

    JoshuaJoshuaVor 10 Tage
  • There players dropin 25 some a game off 10 free throws a game if u dont pick the ball out the air ir get a clean pic uts a foul

    mackdaddymyersmackdaddymyersVor 10 Tage
  • Bro, why you gotta do my man Joe Ingles like that

    Aggiesfan12Aggiesfan12Vor 11 Tage
  • Does this mean MJ would average 45 points? XD

    Sebastian SmithSebastian SmithVor 11 Tage
NBA Players Are Scoring More Points Than Ever and The Reason Why is Right in Front of Our Eyes