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All the Stats you need to know from the NBA Finals

Published on June 14, 2011 by Scott Shirley   ·   1 Comment

With the NBA finals now over, it time to look back at some important stats over the games 6 series which Dallas won 4 games to 2. All theses stats below happened during all 6 of the games. Here are a bunch of stats for you.

-Dallas DeShawn Stevenson was 13 of 23 from three, while LeBron James was 12 of 20 from the free throw line.

-Dirk Nowitzki stats in the 4th- 62 points, 18-35 field goals, 24-24 free throws, 19 rebounds

LeBron James stats in the 4th- 18 points, 7-21 field goals,, 3-3 free throws, 11 rebounds

-LeBron James and Dwyade Wade scored 62 points in the 4th quarter while Dirk Nowitzki socred 62 all by himself.

- Miami so called big three of James, Wade, and Bosh scored 82 points in the 4th, while Nowitzki and Jason Terry scored 95 points.

- James averaged 26.7 points in the regular season and only 19.5 in the NBA finals.

-Coming into the series I think a big advantage for the Mavericks was the three point shot, and that turned to be true since the Mavericks shot 41.1%(51-124) from three, while the Heat shot 34.6%(45-130) from three.

- The Heat were said to be the more aggressive team, and the Mavericks were called soft, but the Mavericks shot 155 free throws while the Heat only shot 148 free throws.

-Heat starting point guard Mike Bibby only averaged 3.8 points in the finals compared to 7.3 in the regular season. He didn’t even play in the sixth game.

-Mavericks Shawn Marion averaged 13.6 points in the finals, compared to 12.5 points per game in the regular season.

-The Heats Mario Chalmers only averaged 6.4 points per game in the regular season, but in the NBA finals he stepped his game up averaging 11.8 points per game

-Mavericks little man J.J. Barea scored 13 points in the first 3 games, and 40 points in the last 3 games. He even started late in the series.

-Mavericks center Tyson Chandler dominated Heat center Joel Anthony outscoring him 51 to 8.

-Chandler also dominated the Heat on the offensive glass, grabbing 24 offensive rebounds, clearly the most of any player in the finals.

-Both teams assist to turnover ratio was about the same, Maverick 1.45 and Heat 1.44. Mavericks point guard led the way with a 1.80 ratio.

-Mavericks Peja Stojakovic came up small in the NBA finals only scoring 2 points for the whole NBA finals.


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