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BlockClocked tracks which players are getting their stuff sent away, out of here, gotten gone, rejected, denied, and heretofore blocked. We track both total attempts blocked and blocked percentage. All data courtesy of HoopData.com.
TOP TEN PLAYERS IN TOTAL ATTEMPTS BLOCKED, AS OF 11.17.09
|Player||Times blocked||Games Played|
Melo, Wallace, and Boozer are the LeBron-Kobe-Wade of BlockClocked. They’re all such versatile, volume experts at gettting rejected. Meanwhile Chris Bosh and Zach Randolph have been keeping pace nicely with one another on high pace, high offense teams. Beasley makes a massive jump this week. Coming on strong in the department of having your weak stuff removed.
TOP TEN PLAYERS IN PERCENT OF ATTEMPTS BLOCKED PER 40 MINUTES, AS OF 11.17.09
Pops got one more shot off before the Rockets waived him. If he doesn’t get resigned, his 50% should be good enough for the championship. Meanwhile, two Heat players in the top 5. That’s some quality rejection being offered right there. We’ll probably do another split for those playing over 25+ minutes next week.