To qualify for Player Efficiency Rating (PER), offensive rebound percentage (ORB%), defensive rebound percentage (DRB%), total rebound percentage (TRB%), assist percentage (AST%), steal percentage (STL%), block percentage (BLK%), turnover percentage (TOV%), usage percentage (Usg%), defensive rating (DRtg), or Win Shares per 48 minutes (WS/48), the following minimums are required:
Player stat per game averages for the 2020-21 NBA season
Advanced players statistics for the 2019-20 NBA season
Player stat totals for the 2020-21 NBA season
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Bottom 10 Seasons (among qualifiers) 1951-52 Jack Kiley: 62; 2000-01 Erick Strickland: 64; 1968-69 Richard Clark: 66 (ABA) 1970-71 Lonnie Wright: 66 (ABA) 1989-90 Sidney Lowe: 66; 1980-81 Reggie Carter: 68; 1963-64 Gene Shue: 68; 1975-76 Stew Johnson: 69 (ABA) 1946-47 Bob Fitzgerald: 69; 2014-15 Ryan Kelly: 69; Top 10 Careers (among qualifiers) DeAndre Jordan: 135
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1.000. Flexen • SEA. 1.000. Urias • LAD. 1.000. Cole • NYY. 1.000. A ** by the stat's value indicates the player had fewer than the required number of at bats or plate appearances for the BA, OBP, SLG or OPS title that year. In order to rank the player, the necessary number of hitless at bats were added to the player's season total.