Thanks to Oleksiy Pecherov's 21 point performance (in only 20 minutes of action) against the Wizards on Friday night, he could wind up with the third best points per game average at the 2015 Las Vegas Summer League if Kyle Anderson struggles in tonight's title game against the Suns. What a world.
Porter, James and Leonard are the only players in NBA history under the age of 22 to average 10 points, 8 rebounds and at least one three pointer per game during the playoffs in NBA history, according to Basketball-Reference's Play Index.
Wall became the fourth player in NBA history to average 17 points, 10 assists and 4.5 rebounds per game while shooting 44 percent from the field. He joins Magic Johnson, Chris Paul and Oscar Robertson as the only players to accomplish the feat, according to Basketball-Reference.
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With 21 games to go, John Wall has already racked up the seventh-most assists in a season by a Wizards player. If he keeps up his current pace (10.1 assists per game) and plays all 82 games, he'll finish the season with 828 assists, which would smash Strickland's record. Even if his average slides down to 9 per game, he'll still finish with the record at this point. (Numbers via Basketball Reference)