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91 Overall
  • 79 INS
  • 84 OUT
  • 91 PLY
  • 86 ATH
  • 88 DEF
  • 52 REB

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    Will argue each one of the players

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    kj

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    only player with Magic to
    - average 20 ppg 12 apg on 50% in a season
    - average 20 ppg 10 apg on 50% in 2 seasons
    -KJ almost had a record 3rd season of 20-10 on 50% but shot 49.9% in 1989/90

    only player with Magic to
    - average 23 ppg 12 apg in a playoff run past the first round
    - and the only one to do it past the 2nd round, as Magic lost in the 1990 WCSF when he averaged 25.2 ppg and 12.8 apg

    only player with Magic Johnson to
    - average 20 ppg 10 apg in 3 playoff runs past the first round
    - Magic did it a record 4 times

    only player in NBA History to
    - average 23 ppg 11 apg in multiple playoffs past the first round, an NBA record
    - KJ did this in the 1989 and 1992 Playoff runs, and he should have done it a third time, but was injured in the first and last game of the 1990 playoffs

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    more records just lazy to name

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    What the arguement for Kidd over Nash, Curry, IT, or Stockton especially. They’re all way better

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    its not ordered, its the people on the right are all just better then stockton

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    Oh thought you were saying magic, Kidd, and CP3 are better than the others. What’s your arguement for Kevin Johnson and Jason Kidd over Stockton

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    Kevin Johnson:
    only player with Magic to
    - average 20 ppg 12 apg on 50% in a season
    - average 20 ppg 10 apg on 50% in 2 seasons
    -KJ almost had a record 3rd season of 20-10 on 50% but shot 49.9% in 1989/90

    only player with Magic to
    - average 23 ppg 12 apg in a playoff run past the first round
    - and the only one to do it past the 2nd round, as Magic lost in the 1990 WCSF when he averaged 25.2 ppg and 12.8 apg

    only player with Magic Johnson to
    - average 20 ppg 10 apg in 3 playoff runs past the first round
    - Magic did it a record 4 times

    only player in NBA History to
    - average 23 ppg 11 apg in multiple playoffs past the first round, an NBA record
    - KJ did this in the 1989 and 1992 Playoff runs, and he should have done it a third time, but was injured in the first and last game of the 1990 playoffs
    only player in NBA History to
    - average 20 ppg 9 apg in 5 different playoff runs past the 1st round, a NBA record

    only player in NBA History to
    - average 24 ppg, 9 apg in 2 playoff runs past the 1st round, a NBA record

    In his 9 years as a starter (1988/89 to 1996/97)
    - KJ averaged 19.8 ppg 10.0 apg on 49.7%
    - just short of 20 ppg 10 apg on 50% for his career as a starter
    - for his entire 9 years as a starter, KJ nearly averaged what only he and Magic have done in multiple seasons, 20 ppg and 10 apg on 50%


    Jason Kidd:
    Jason Kidd is probably the best rebounding guard of all time, behind Magic.
    Jason Kidd was better then stockton on defense.
    Can you imagine Stockton trying to take bums Kerry Kittles, Keith Van Horn, Kenyon Martin, Jason Collins, and Todd Mccullogh to the Finals or 7 games with the 2004 Pistons? Hell no. Martin and Jefferson have never had 13 ppg or 10 ppg, in a playoff series without Jason Kidd.
    Kidd could take a trash team like the Nets and make them an NBA Finals team. The 2001 Nets had 26 wins, then went to back to back 2002 and 2003 Finals. Granted, the East was weak then, but likewise the Nets were so bad they had 26 wins in the weak East. And in 2003, Kidd took the 60-win Spurs to 6 games in the Finals with an unbelievably bad supporting cast. Kidd also took the 2004 champion Pistons to 7 games with basically the same roster, so Kidd could still make them an elite team regardless of the level of competition. Stockton without Malone could never do this. And thus, is not a top 8 PG of all time.