NBA Players Are Scoring More Points Than Ever and The Reason Why is Right in Front of Our Eyes

22 feb. 2021
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  • LOL the higher scoring was by design. In 2018 Adam Silver met with owners, officials and players to increase scoring by further reducing and limiting physicality. You don't need a 20-minute video to tell you that. These are just inflated numbers that are engineered to entertain. Example: Donovan Mitchell of the league leading Jazz just put up two 50 pt games in the 2020 playoffs putting him in the company of Jordan and Chamberlain. Mitchell seems like he's getting better right? Wrong. Mitchell could only manage to lead Team USA to SEVENTH place in the 2019 World Cup, where they play more physical like the 90s. If Mitchell was such a great player he would not have led the WORST showing in international play in USA basketball history.

    Turtle Island LACTurtle Island LAC9 uur geleden
  • You gotta give some credit to Steve Kerr cud he basically let curry 🍛 do his thing before that mark jackson didn’t let curry rlly shot 3 as much

    LIL TBELIL TBE18 uur geleden
  • The amount of disrespect to larry bird here is disgusting. Back then, only the best of the best can have an average score of 25-30 pts. You have to endure what basically todays flagrant fouls with almost every possession. Todays glass cannons simply won’t survive the basketball of yesteryears.

    LECRONLECRON20 uur geleden
  • Because at todays basketball, we see that sometimes, to best defend a guy is to not raise your hand at all in fear of defensive foul. At the whole history of this sports, when except now that we see a guy not raising a hand to defend in fear of foul???

    LECRONLECRON21 uur geleden
  • The positionless game is getting on my nerves for years. Back then it was about outplay the opponent and score close to the basket as much as possible. Now every moron is shooting from the outside no matter they are real shooters or not. And sadly the NBA influences the casual players too. When i played against some younger players on the court, many chugged so many 3s and most were not going in anyway...

    Chun-Bonn TangChun-Bonn Tang21 uur geleden
  • oh so there's no more role players in the NBA no more??? 😂😂😂

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  • if reggie miller would of played in this era he would be a 1st ir 2nd all nba player. same for Larry bird cause his back probably wouldn't be crippled aswell. F for his back

    kneoFXkneoFXDag geleden
  • Do a "follow up" video regarding this same subject but from a coaching POV. Coach's have had to adapt to this new playstyle. I wonder which ones embraced it and which ones fought against it.

    3m4n3m4nDag geleden
  • No...it has more to do with little defense. These games look like scrimmages

    VERBAL KintVERBAL KintDag geleden
  • BRING BACK HAND 🤚 CHECKING!!!!!

    Tyler ShainTyler Shain2 dagen geleden
  • Fire ass video

    Mathew HannaMathew Hanna2 dagen geleden
  • Arenas already scores 30 ppg, so now he can effortlessly out scores Harded. I say 38 ppg.

    Foresta GiovanniForesta Giovanni2 dagen geleden
  • So NBA players start playing like europeans.

    Foresta GiovanniForesta Giovanni2 dagen geleden
  • Raja is absolutely right. The league has valued volume scoring in the rules. That’s why so many players hate Pat Beverly. He’s one of the only guys that has figured out how to stay defensively effective in today’s rule book.

    Julien SeredowychJulien Seredowych2 dagen geleden
  • Owners had to force the league to throw more fouls in order to protect thier investments. The refs are just doing what they're told, ultimately its the owners that make the rules.

    Constable DodoConstable Dodo2 dagen geleden
  • Thats cuz basketball players are better now than before.

    Constable DodoConstable Dodo2 dagen geleden
  • I think it is the league fault because of how they change the rule. And also player always catch up for there stats

    Liam BernardiLiam Bernardi3 dagen geleden
  • I got no problem with calling Steph “Neo,” but are we sure it isn’t Kerr? Or is Kerr Morpheus, IDing Neo and setting him up?

    SimonpeggroundholeSimonpeggroundhole3 dagen geleden
  • Jimmy your just absolutely awesome 👏 damn you😂😂

    Ed WrightEd Wright4 dagen geleden
  • Can I add one thing only, I agree with everything: We have this offense beasts all around. Everyone has crazy skills on offense. Isn't one thing to that, that these guys are per se bad at defense? It's not like you change the whole defense/offense on court like in Football. What I'm trying to say is: When they're all very very good at offense, isn't the counterpart that they are not as good in defense? Which than spins the circle even faster?

    tschanzotschanzo4 dagen geleden
  • I'm just gonna say what no one else seems to notice: times have changed and attitudes are different now. NBA used to be storylines, rivalries, overcoming obstacles, good guys verses bad guys, a battle of different styles, etc. Now it is watch the 'star' score a bunch of points. Society has changed from substance to flash, from meaning to vanity. It's not basketball anymore. It's individual accolades and star worship. These are the days of me me me, where social media and narcissism (stats, points) replaces depth and meaning (teamwork, plays, iq)

    Shawn GallowayShawn Galloway4 dagen geleden
  • They should make 3 pointers only worth 2.5 points lol

    Greg BuckinghamGreg Buckingham4 dagen geleden
  • Gilbert Arenas was better than Bradley Beal and that’s not how you pronounce Samuel Dalambert’s last name.

    Edwin JEdwin J4 dagen geleden
  • bottomline NBA is just getting boring.

    Shenanigans FπckeryShenanigans Fπckery5 dagen geleden
  • 6:15 I knew it before you said it

    Great White CatGreat White Cat6 dagen geleden
  • The lack of D and bull shit calls the refs are making and flopping is why people score more. Defence has gone backwards. The NBA has gotten worse and less entertaining. The warriors ruined the game by allowing Klay and curry shoot so many 3s.

    J SJ S6 dagen geleden
  • The last graph could easily be misleading. What it might be commenting on more is about garbage time, and what was mentioned in the video, that "getting a bucket gets you paid". I don't think that's exactly the case. It might also be the fact that when a team has a hot night shooting, the upside is very high. This might also not be the case, because even bigger lows would have to also be prevalent when the team shoots cold (unless easy layups abound late in those blowouts). Old style inside bashing for points in the 4th wasn't conducive to running up scores. They ran down the clock and took outside shots. I do agree scoring is up and with the rest of the video (I love what the NBA has become), but to look at the # of +130 games as conclusive evidence for anything isn't super convincing to me.

    B YB Y7 dagen geleden
  • Players are more skilled now more than ever. By players i mean ALL players as a group. If you leave your guy he is going to punish you. That wasn't the case before. Before you knew who is (most likely) going to punish you. Now it's everyone. If you don't follow your, guy and leave him open, he is getting 3p, no matter how bad shooter you think he is. Guys having problem form free throws getting 3p? Dwight, Drumond... Boban... It has never been so hard to play defense.

    Fica MerisFica Meris7 dagen geleden
  • MJ averages 50 today

    JeramithehumanJeramithehuman7 dagen geleden
  • This video just reinforces WHAT I've been saying. Without Steve Kerr, you don't get Steph Curry with the freedom to do what he does. Steve Kerr changed the game, because any other coach would have put Steph (and the rest of the team) in a role. Also, don't forget, the area the defense has to guard tight is now twice as big.

    Stephen HagenStephen Hagen7 dagen geleden
  • I guess you can say...Today’s superstars,are the BOOMERS of the nba 😏✨

    Spoiled MilkSpoiled Milk8 dagen geleden
  • Uh you can’t play defense anymore. Mystery solved

    Motown MikeMotown Mike8 dagen geleden
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  • Performance enhancing drugs? Not even trolling, but that’s the answer

    Eric AndersonEric Anderson8 dagen geleden
  • 4:17 I mean I love Giannis but that’s just funny

    Alex WarshauerAlex Warshauer8 dagen geleden
  • Well what do you expect when refs call fouls for every little thing they should honestly bring back the hand check rule

    Patriots newsPatriots news8 dagen geleden
  • I only got 5 of the leading scorers although I considered 8 of them

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  • This a problem that the NBA is overlooking, its going to get to the point were people are not going to watch. Me for example i dont watch as many games as i used to, and i dont even watch the allstar game

    EddieEddie9 dagen geleden
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  • Because they are getting the all time lowest blocks & steals LOL

    Clarence Oliver IIIClarence Oliver III9 dagen geleden
  • Excellent analysis! Even though offensive skill is at an all time high across the league I find the game boring. I hope defense catches up.

    David ReevesDavid Reeves9 dagen geleden
  • Id be interested to see how good these guys would be if they made them play by the rules. I'd also like to see the kind of contact that is called a foul if the defender is out of position called a charge if they are in position....

    DudeDude9 dagen geleden
  • Let me give you some insight. 2024/25 Season will add a 4 Point line

    Globetrotter 4FRGlobetrotter 4FR9 dagen geleden
  • 0:14 I counted its 482 vs 264 balls

    Globetrotter 4FRGlobetrotter 4FR9 dagen geleden
  • Just came back to the video, and Gary Trent just had 44. It’s so easy to score in today’s game

    Picasso JulienPicasso Julien9 dagen geleden
  • 4:50 This is 100% truth. Defenses in any sport are ALWAYS reactionary and ALWAYS bound by physics. The offense knows where it's going. The defense is stuck guessing.

    MagCynicMagCynic10 dagen geleden
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  • Cool video. Now show these guys Playoffs numbers.

    Mike DezzyMike Dezzy10 dagen geleden
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  • Can thank Le flop James for this

    JJ ReddickJJ Reddick12 dagen geleden
  • So what happened with "money ball" happened with the NBA. The stats showed the main game winner was position-less scoring. Basically - get all shooters. But I still think it's just easier to score when it's a foul to guard you. That's a bigger reason why we're seeing so many made shots from all over.

    Matthew RaishMatthew Raish12 dagen geleden
  • What happened in 2019 causing such a jump? It's painful to see defenders jumping out of a dunkers for fear of finishing on a poster - who has b-ball posters these days anyway Have you looked at the point proportion per player within the tean? As in 5 starting vs. bench over the years? I assume that main players are more greedy than they were

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  • ssur.cc/girlshotrqlwg Tenendo conto delle percentuali di successo, della costante crescita quantitativa e dell'ambito della nostra attivita, diventa necessario includere nel piano di produzione una serie di attivita straordinarie, tenendo conto di una serie di approcci standard. Naturalmente, un livello profondo di immersione richiede un'analisi dell'analisi dei modelli di comportamento esistenti. E anche i sostenitori del totalitarismo nella scienza, iniziato esclusivamente sinteticamente, sono stati resi pubblici. Non va dimenticato, tuttavia, che il costante sostegno alle nostre attivita contribuisce alla qualita di prospettive favorevoli. Para o mundo moderno, diluido em uma boa dose de empatia, o pensamento racional garante a relevancia do modelo de desenvolvimento. Assim como a metodologia de desenvolvimento moderna nao nos da escolha a nao ser definir o agrupamento de esforcos! E os paises em desenvolvimento ativo do terceiro mundo sao apenas um metodo de participacao politica e estao bloqueados dentro da estrutura de suas proprias restricoes racionais. De repente, elementos do processo politico serao identificados como candidatos ao papel de fatores-chave.

    Ellen KellyEllen Kelly13 dagen geleden
  • And Kobe was called a ball hog in his era but was way ahead of his time

    Dan RustleDan Rustle13 dagen geleden
  • The quality of this video though.... wish I could subscribe twice

    J OhJ Oh13 dagen geleden
  • MJ in this era 40/10/6

    HonorHonor14 dagen geleden
  • That is becuase no one play DEFENSE in Nba,Playing Defense is more painful.

    HonorHonor14 dagen geleden
  • Um, they stopped playing D 10 years ago

    JJ ReddickJJ Reddick14 dagen geleden
  • This is why soccer is more popular than basketball. :)

    eric espinaeric espina14 dagen geleden
    • *FOOTBALL

      Kaito 1412Kaito 141213 dagen geleden
  • Gilbert arenas was Bradley Beal on steroids

    Suna KamiSuna Kami14 dagen geleden
  • Just imagine like the numbers all time greats in the early 2000s and 90s players would had Absolute insane Could be a great video

    Zachary HooksZachary Hooks15 dagen geleden
    • The production may stay the same but I think their efficiency would go up. Take Allen Iverson for example. He averaged 31.4 PPG on a terribly inefficient 39.8%. Basically 27.8 shots per game. More than anyone today. To be fair to Iverson, his early 2000s Sixers team were pretty garbage offensively so he had to night in and night out chuck like crazy just to keeps his teams somewhat competitive. So if he played today (assuming a good team with good scorers) he probably wouldn’t have to chuck so much. As Jxmyhighroller pointed out. The average player today is far better offensively than 10-20 years ago.

      thelegendsqb1thelegendsqb112 dagen geleden
  • I barely like basketball and I can't stop watching your video

    Nicholas ChiappiniNicholas Chiappini15 dagen geleden
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  • gilbert easy averages 35 in this nba

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  • tony parker is going to shoot better in pops system and having 2 all stars on his team smh

    ThaRealERAQThaRealERAQ15 dagen geleden
  • tony parker had duncan and manu on his team. his attempts probably change but his numbers about the same.

    ThaRealERAQThaRealERAQ15 dagen geleden
  • steph sparked more 3s but teams have been going for interchangable positionless players since the bulls 2nd 3 peat. thats what made the bulls successful.

    ThaRealERAQThaRealERAQ15 dagen geleden
  • most big men could hit the 3 in the 90s it just wasnt a staple of the game plan. hell even shaq hit a few.

    ThaRealERAQThaRealERAQ15 dagen geleden
  • nash pass first pg

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  • more possessions

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  • Tony Kukoc was the Doncic of his time. If he was given the green light and was able to continue his Euro play instead of being forced to bulk up, he would've gone on a tear in today's game.

    Manuel SoaresManuel Soares15 dagen geleden
  • jimmy such a goat

    Kayo LufadejuKayo Lufadeju15 dagen geleden
  • Rudy gobert joined the chat...

    Niko BaezNiko Baez15 dagen geleden
  • You don’t think of TP as a great scorer?! Caaaaap! Lol he wasn’t a playmaker or a 3 and d guy.

    Travis CanslerTravis Cansler16 dagen geleden
  • Trae Young is very good for a youngster

    Joseph VernonJoseph Vernon16 dagen geleden
  • Steve Nash was a white point guard, you expect him to drop 30 he’s a role player

    Joseph VernonJoseph Vernon16 dagen geleden
    • @Diego Velazquez ik

      Joseph VernonJoseph Vernon10 dagen geleden
    • Steve Nash won two mvps......

      Diego VelazquezDiego Velazquez11 dagen geleden
  • The reason is because of Steph and Kobe.

    mucumuc!mucumuc!17 dagen geleden
  • Why not analyze the stats of a subset of players that played on both sides of rule change year?

    Brett Johnson, Jr.Brett Johnson, Jr.17 dagen geleden
  • No defense

    PATRICK BROWNPATRICK BROWN17 dagen geleden
  • Pretty good video

    Ena NebresEna Nebres18 dagen geleden
  • The real reason is the defensive 3 second violation, the inability to play as physical defense, and hard fouls leading to ejections instead of a basic foul call. Not to mention the fact that players are selected more for their offensive abilities rather than defensive abilities leading to more scoring and less defense.

    Danny BoiiDanny Boii18 dagen geleden
  • Look, every year the nba players create a new dribling moves, they can shoot from the logo. At the same time u can not create a new form of defense.

    Misha Beley-IvanyshMisha Beley-Ivanysh18 dagen geleden
  • Nash would be 25-15 players in today's NBA.

    Lynx lynxLynx lynx18 dagen geleden
    • He’d be a top 5 player.

      Diego VelazquezDiego Velazquez11 dagen geleden
  • this crazy people didn't listen to the guy saying that the offense and the players are far far and away more offensively talented and gifted than 10-20 years ago. so why we're seeing the offensive explosion. Yeah we can say that The defense is not as physical but at the same time even if the defense is physical, the players are still more offensively gifted and talented so you cannot put these players back in the '90s because they're still far and away more offensively talented. So they would do what they're doing now back then against the less athletic and less talented players.

    6x NCAA National Champ6x NCAA National Champ18 dagen geleden
    • @6x NCAA National Champ 🌝There isn’t an nba rule that says you can only play 6’9 250 Lebron a certain way and you have to play 6’2 185 Tony Parker differently lol. Tony Parker played in that exact same 2007 Finals against the exact same ruleset . He averaged 24 and 5 on 56%. Lebron averaged 22 on 35%. The Spurs just dared him to shoot all game and got the expected results. 🙄

      Diego VelazquezDiego Velazquez6 uur geleden
    • @6x NCAA National Champ Why 🌝🌝didn’t those “zones “ stop 6’2 185 lb Tony Parker ? 🤷‍♂️

      Diego VelazquezDiego Velazquez6 uur geleden
    • @Diego Velazquez well is you ever listen to pop and Bowen and TD. Bowen didn't do it but himself. He was the primary defender but when they got in half court settings it was a team help defense. Like Bowen said you don't shut Bron down by yourself. It takes bodies it's a team effort lol. Again you really don't know basketball. This isn't the 90s where you had to play 1 on 1 and there was no zone. If you were caught out of position then you got technical free throws. Pop defense was built in zones and team help. Which he clearly talks about lol 🤦🏾‍♂️

      6x NCAA National Champ6x NCAA National ChampDag geleden
    • @6x NCAA National Champ You mean to tell me that Lebron is 6’9 260 with a 44 inch vertical and got shut down by 6’7 200 lb Bruce Bowen ? ROTFL 😆

      Diego VelazquezDiego VelazquezDag geleden
    • @6x NCAA National Champ Lebron isn’t being defended by other 6’9 250 players with 40 inch verticals. He’s getting outplayed by players smaller than him lol. Jason Terry, Tony Parker, Dirk, Kd, Iggy. None of those guys are 250 and none of them had a 40 inch . Nice try though lol

      Diego VelazquezDiego VelazquezDag geleden
  • Nice video but cmon man, not even mentioning Spoelstra and the big 3 Heat? I get they didn’t go full positionless but they tried it; putting Bosh at the 5 with lock down wing defenders that can shoot threes and having Bosh step further and further away from the rim. I even think Spo coined the term “positionless” in the first place. 😂

    avianskiavianski18 dagen geleden
  • Should bring back hand checking. Give some leverage to the defensive side of the ball.

    A JA J18 dagen geleden
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  • Big guys can shoot threes but almost none of them have a post up game.

    286mic286mic19 dagen geleden
  • Curry so good he makes old players want to play again.

    aj dileoaj dileo19 dagen geleden
  • I think it is because of all the new rules. Very few of these "bucket getters" would be playing like this in the 80's. Just like football the rules were changed to make the television experience better. Hockey has a problem the other way in this regard, they want more goals but refuse to change rules.

    aj dileoaj dileo19 dagen geleden
  • The nba is a fucking joke and it’s ruined pick up basketball more importantly

    nick arvinnick arvin19 dagen geleden
  • More possessions per game...saved you the time. Harden has double percentage of total points from FT's than jordan and kobe

    tpjmadrigal12tpjmadrigal1219 dagen geleden
  • I think the Jordan era started this with Scottie pippen inventing the pf and Michael being one of the first smaller players to lead a team, bird and magic being physically bigger in the previous era

    Akshay VoraAkshay Vora19 dagen geleden
  • Curry is the 2nd Era of NBA

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