STATISTICAL ANOMOLY - 27 points, 7 assists, 7 rebounds --- Will Lebron James ever have those stats in a single game?
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THIS IS HIS CAREER AVERAGE BUT HAS NEVER HAD THESE STATS IN A SINGLE GAME!

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https://www.wsj.com/sports/basketball/lebron-james-nba-career-averages-f17fb9d1?

By Robert O’Connell

March 13, 2024 12:00 pm ET

LeBron James might be the most multitalented player that basketball has ever seen. But nothing underlines his qualities of top-grade athleticism, supercomputer intellect and unmatched endurance quite as clearly as his career average of 27 points, 7 assists and 7 rebounds per game.

To put that in context, only eight other players have ever hit those marks in an individual season.

The most remarkable thing about those numbers, however, might be this: Somehow, during his entire career, James has never actually posted a 27-7-7 stat line in a single game. Not even once.

At first glance, this seems next to impossible. James has played 1,478 regular-season games, plus 282 more across 16 postseasons. Over the years, he’s been within one point, rebound or assist of his average line a dozen times—one more measly made free-throw, when he was 19 with the Cleveland Cavaliers or 38 with the Los Angeles Lakers, would have gotten him there.

Just how improbable is it that James has never hit his 27-7-7 average? The answer doubles as a math lesson.


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