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Player Comparison #7

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It's no secret that rookie Courtney Lee has quickly become of the more likable players on the Orlando Magic roster, for a number of reasons. He is a first round draft pick that has panned out for the franchise (to this point); he hustles; he plays defense, etc.

 

But, as always, rooks need to be put in their place. Which is why I want to play a game.

 

Player A:

Season A - 

Per 36 Minutes

PPG (12.2)

RPG (3.3)

SPG (0.8)

 

Per 48 Minutes

eFG% (49.7%)

eFG% allowed (50.5%)

 

Player B:

Season B - 

Per 36 Minutes

PPG (12.1)

RPG (3.2)

SPG (1.5)

 

Per 48 Minutes

eFG% (54.1%)

eFG% allowed (47.1%)

 

One of these players is indeed Courtney Lee. The other player, however, can not be named. It can be said that this individual shares many player characteristics and traits with Lee. Yet there's one distinct difference between the two people. 

 

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].

 

Courtney Lee:

2008-2009 Season - 

Per 36 Minutes

PPG (12.2)

RPG (3.3)

SPG (0.8)

 

Per 48 Minutes

eFG% (49.7%)

eFG% allowed (50.5%)

 

DeShawn Stevenson:

2005-2006 Season - 

Per 36 Minutes

PPG (12.1)

RPG (3.2)

SPG (1.5)

 

Per 48 Minutes

eFG% (54.1%)

eFG% allowed (47.1%)

 

If you guessed Stevenson as the connection to Lee, congratulations, you have won the game.

 

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

 

Until next time.