NBA stats leaders (Ex-Cats edition): Davis and Wall second in blocks and assists, respectively

November 25, 2013 

Here's where former Kentucky players rank among the NBA's statistical leaders through Sunday, Nov. 24. Rankings include top five overall, plus ex-Cats of note in each category.

x-Note: Eric Bledsoe and Terrence Jones, who have missed time with injuries, do not qualify in every category.


Scoring

1. Kevin Durant, Thunder 28.6

2. Carmelo Anthony, Knicks 25.8

3. LeBron James, Heat 25.3

4. Kevin Love, Timberwolves 24.9

5. James Harden, Rockets 24.2

5. Paul George, Pacers 24.2

14. DeMarcus Cousins, Kings 21.3

19. Anthony Davis, Pelicans 20.7

25. John Wall, Wizards 18.6

62. Enes Kanter, Jazz 13.8

65. Jodie Meeks, Lakers 13.3

102. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Bobcats 10.2

x-Eric Bledsoe, Suns 20.4

x-Terrence Jones, Rockets 9.6


Rebounds

1. Dwight Howard, Rockets 13.6

1. Kevin Love, Timberwolves 13.6

3. DeAndre Jordan, Clippers 12.7

4. Andre Drummond, Pistons 12.2

5. Anthony Davis, Pelicans 11.0

9. DeMarcus Cousins, Kings 10.5

44. Enes Kanter, Jazz 7.0

68. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Bobcats 5.4

x-Terrence Jones, Rockets 5.7


Assists

1. Chris Paul, Clippers 12.5

2. John Wall, Wizards 8.9

2. Stephen Curry, Warriors 8.9

4. Jeff Teague, Hawks 8.8

5. Ricky Rubio, Timberwolves 8.7

x-Eric Bledsoe, Suns 6.8


Steals

1. Ricky Rubio, Timberwolves 3.0

1. Michael Carter-Williams, 76ers 3.0

3. Chris Paul, Clippers 2.4

4. Dwyane Wade, Heat 2.3

5. John Wall, Wizards 2.08

8. Anthony Davis, Pelicans 1.92

21. DeMarcus Cousins, Kings 1.69

x-Eric Bledsoe, Suns 1.78


Blocks

1. Roy Hibbert, Pacers 4.31

2. Anthony Davis, Pelicans 4.00

3. Brook Lopez, Nets 2.75

4. Dwight Howard, Rockets 2.36

5. Serge Ibaka, Thunder 2.25

28. DeMarcus Cousins, Kings 1.15

47. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Bobcats 0.86

61. Enes Kanter, Jazz 0.67

68. Nazr Mohammed, Bulls 0.58

x-Terrence Jones 1.27


Minutes

1. Bradley Beal, Wizards 40.2

2. Carmelo Anthony, Knicks 40.0

3. James Harden, Rockets 39.3

4. Kevin Durant, Thunder 38.5

5. DeMar DeRozan, Raptors 38.1

6. John Wall, Wizards 37.8

27. Anthony Davis 35.4

x-Eric Bledsoe, Suns 34.8


Field-goal percentage

1. Andre Drummond, Pistons 66.4

2. DeAndre Jordan, Clippers 60.2

3. LeBron James, Heat 59.7

4. Jordan Hill, Lakers 58.7

5. Brook Lopez, Nets 57.4

30. Jodie Meeks, Lakers 51.6

35. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Bobcats 50.9

38. Enes Kanter, Jazz 50.0

38. Eric Bledsoe, Suns 50.0

41. Anthony Davis, Pelicans 49.5

65. DeMarcus Cousins, Kings 46.1


Free-throw percentage

1. Dirk Nowitzki, Mavericks 94.9

2. Zaza Pachulia, Bucks 93.5

3. O.J. Mayo, Bucks 93.1

4. Martell Webster, Wizards 92.6

5. Kevin Martin, Timberwolves 92.2

23. John Wall, Wizards 85.9

31. Anthony Davis, Pelicans 84.0

34. Eric Bledsoe, Suns 83.3


Three-point percentage

1. Ryan Anderson, Pelicans 61.9

2. Harrison Barnes, Warriors 57.9

3. P.J. Tucker, Suns 55.9

4. Anthony Morrow, Pelicans 53.3

5. Kyle Korver, Hawks 52.9

23. Jodie Meeks, Lakers 47.1


Double-doubles

1. Kevin Love, Timberwolves 14

1. Chris Paul, Clippers 14

3. Blake Griffin, Clippers 12

4. Dwight Howard, Rockets 9

4. Spencer Hawes, 76ers 9

4. Zach Randolph, Grizzlies 9

4. Andre Drummond, Pistons 9

9. DeMarcus Cousins, Kings 7

9. Anthony Davis, Pelicans 7

24. John Wall, Wizards 4

38. Enes Kanter, Jazz 3

38. Terrence Jones, Rockets 3

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