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Player Comparison #3

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Orlando Magic's All-Star power forward Rashard Lewis may never live up to his enormous contract he received in the off-season two years ago, but it can't be understated how much of a consummate team player Lewis is. Whatever head coach Stan Van Gundy has asked him to do, he has done. Lewis can score, pass, rebound, defend, etc. But of course, Lewis can't avoid the inevitable.

 

It's time, folks. I want to play a game.

 

Below I present two players.

 

Player A:

Season - 

Minutes Per Game (34.9)

PPG per 36 minutes (20.3)

TS% (56.5%)

eFG% (51.1%)

Offensive Rating (108)

 

Player B:

Season - 

Minutes Per Game (36.8)

PPG per 36 minutes (18.3)

TS% (58.8%)

eFG% (54.8%)

Offensive Rating (114)

 

One of these two players is indeed Rashard Quovon [!!] Lewis. The other player, however, can not be named. Not much can be said, except for the fact that this particular individual is a bit of a polar opposite to Lewis in terms of style of play. But this player does share a common bond with Lewis. 

 

Can you decipher who is who? Make your choice. 

 

Click after the jump to see the results.

 

[Share your guess in the comments section, if you'd like].

 

Grant Hill:

2004-2005 Season - 

Minutes Per Game (34.9)

PPG per 36 minutes (20.3)

TS% (56.5%)

eFG% (51.1%)

Offensive Rating (108)

 

Rashard Lewis:

2008-2009 Season -

Minutes Per Game (36.8)

PPG per 36 minutes (18.3)

TS% (58.8%)

eFG% (54.8%)

Offensive Rating (114)

 

If you guessed Hill as the link to Lewis, congratulations, you have won the game.

 

But if you didn't, be lucky that the penalty isn't impending death.

 

Until next time.