Extractions: Individual Records ... Team Records ALL-TIME SCORING LEADERS Player, Team (Years Competed) G FG FT Pts. Avg. Christian Laettner, Duke (1989-90-91-92) Elvin Hayes, Houston (1966-67-68) Danny Manning, Kansas (1985-86-87-88) Oscar Robertson, Cincinnati (1958-59-60) Glen Rice, Michigan (1986-87-88-89) Lew Alcindor, UCLA (1967-68-69) Bill Bradley, Princeton (1963-64-65) Corliss Williamson, Arkansas (1993-94-95) Austin Carr, Notre Dame (1968-70-71) Juwan Howard, Michigan (1992-93-94) ALL-TIME REBOUNDING LEADERS Player, Team (Years Competed) G Reb. Avg. Elvin Hayes, Houston (1966-67-68) Lew Alcindor, UCLA (1967-68-69) Jerry Lucas, Ohio St. (1960-61-62) Bill Walton, UCLA (1972-73-74) Christian Laettner, Duke (1989-90-91-92) Paul Hogue, Cincinnati (1960-61-62) Sam Lacey, New Mexico St. (1968-69-70) Derrick Coleman, Syracuse (1987-88-89-90) Akeem Olajuwon, Houston (1982-83-84) Patrick Ewing, Georgetown (1982-83-84-85)
Extractions: All-American Team G Jason Kidd, University of California at Berkeley G Grant Hill, Duke University C Corliss Williamson, University of Arkansas F Donyell Marshall, University of Connecticut F Glenn Robinson, Purdue University Player of the Year (the next Dallas Maverick): Glenn Robinson, Purdue Coach of the Year: Norm Stewart, Missouri All-Southwest Conference Team G B.J. Tyler, University of Texas C Albert Burditt, University of Texas F Torrey Andrews, Rice University F Jason Sasser, Texas Tech University Player of the Year: B.J. Tyler, University of Texas Coach of the Year: Tom Penders, University of Texas Best SWC barber: Rice's Rob Glaze, for cutting Ken's hair. This item appeared in the Sports section of the March 18, 1994 issue.
Latechsports.com Preseason Coaches AllWAC Men s basketball Teams Preseason Coaches WAC Player of the Year Michael Harris, rice Coaches First Team Filberto Rivera, Sr., G, http://www.latechsports.com/article.php?article_id=2004_10_14_12:55:00
Extractions: F ANTASY B ASKETBALL S TATISTICS October 7, 1998 A typical fantasy basketball league has 12 teams with 10 starting players on each team. To get an idea of what the average stats for a player active on a starting fantasy roster would be I analyzed the statistics of the 120 players who averaged the most minutes played per game last season (hey ... what else are you going to do during The Lockout ... watch baseball? ... I don't think so!). The averages for 8 common statistical categories are shown in the table below. Also, to determine how the players stats were distributed above and below the averages I found the standard deviation of the 120 players for each stat category. A 'bell' shaped distribution would predict that 68% of the players would fall within one standard deviation of the average. Hang with me now ... the goal will be to determine who the fantasy basketball studs are ... not to put you to sleep! CATEGORY AVG PER GAME STND DEV STND DEV/AVG Points Rebounds Assists Steals Blocks Treys Free Throws FG% In the same manner the fantasy stiffs can be identified. Calbert Cheany and Joe Smith managed to be in the top 120 in minutes played per game but were below average in all 8 of the categories investigated. By the way OnHoops.com readers, LJ was below average in 6 of the 8 categories! That's kind of stiff too.