Statistics for NBA Players by Wikipedia Descriptions

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Excerpt Person % Correct
In 2008 he missed his 5,000th free throw, becoming the second player
in NBA history to do so.
Shaquille O'Neal
92%
Won the 2004–05 NBA MVP award, becoming the first Canadian to earn the honour.Steve Nash
83%
Along with Spurs teammates Tim Duncan and Tony Parker, he was known as
one of the "Big Three".
Manu Ginóbili
83%
Attracted international attention for his befriending of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.Dennis Rodman
81%
He went on to average a triple-double the following two seasons also.Russell Westbrook
80%
He and distant cousin Tracy McGrady formed a formidable one-two punch
as teammates in Toronto.
Vince Carter
78%
Often plays significant minutes for the Warriors as an undersized
center in their Death Lineup.
Draymond Green
78%
When he was six, his father retired from the NBA and moved his family to Italy.Kobe Bryant
77%
Drafted with the first pick in the 2019 NBA draft.Zion Williamson
76%
After blocking a player's shot, he would point his right index finger at that player
and move it side to side.
Dikembe Mutombo
75%
Went on a rant that included the word "practice" 14 times.Allen Iverson
73%
Became notorious for his claim of having had sexual relations with as
many as 20,000 women.
Wilt Chamberlain
71%
Has gained notoriety for his ability to exploit league rules to more efficiently draw fouls...
He is also the all-time leader in completed four-point plays.
James Harden
69%
Nicknamed the "Claw".Kawhi Leonard
66%
He dunked so effortlessly that his college coach said it "looked like a dream".Hakeem Olajuwon
66%
He was well known for slam dunking from the free throw line in slam dunk contests and was
the only player voted Most Valuable Player in both the ABA and the NBA.
Julius Erving
64%
He was known for hus underhand free throw shooting technique, and at the time of his
retirement in 1980 his .900 free throw percentage ranked first in NBA history.
Rick Barry
50%
He was left off the original Olympic Dream Team, possibly as a result of an
alleged feud with Michael Jordan.
Isiah Thomas
49%

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