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Query Results Table
Per Game Shooting
Rk Year Lg Rd Pk Tm Player Age Pos Born College From To WS G MP PTS TRB AST STL BLK FG% 2P% 3P% FT% WS/48
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112001NBA257PHIAlvin Jones22.297CluGeorgia Tech200220020.1235.51.11.60.10.10.4.400.400.500.034
122010NBA257INDRyan Reid23.243FusFlorida State201220120.153.41.60.40.00.00.0.800.800.142
131957NBA857DETDoug Bolstorff25.177GMinnesota195819580.037.01.30.00.0.400.400-0.004
141980NBA357DALDave Britton21.291GusTexas A&M198119810.024.52.01.01.50.50.0.667.667.093
152002NBA257SASRandy Holcomb22.328FusSan Diego State200620060.042.80.50.30.00.00.01.0001.000.150
161995NBA257ATLCuonzo Martin23.284G-FusPurdue19961997-0.174.61.30.40.40.10.0.250.000.600.000-0.151
172018NBA257OKCKevin Hervey21.352FusUT Arlington20202020-0.1105.21.71.20.50.10.1.259.571.150-0.085
182019NBA257NOPJordan Bone21.232GusTennessee20202020-0.1105.31.20.40.80.10.0.250.300.200-0.117
191986NBA357SACBruce Douglas22.074GusIllinois19871987-0.2812.31.81.82.11.10.0.292.304.000.000-0.082
201951NBA657ROCJim OveValparaiso
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