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kramerbr
03-04-2008, 09:20 PM
I was just looking over some scoring stats for this season and noticed that Duke has five players averaging double figures. A light bulb lit up in my head and I wondered when was the last time Duke had a team where atleast 5 players averaged in double figures? I was thinking it was the '98 team?

Wander
03-04-2008, 09:28 PM
I'm pretty sure Florida the past two years had five guys in double figures. I like where this is going...

Jumbo
03-04-2008, 09:29 PM
2003-04 -- Redick, Deng, Ewing, Williams, Duhon.

Ignatius07
03-04-2008, 09:39 PM
2003-04 -- Redick, Deng, Ewing, Williams, Duhon.

I'm fine with that comparison as well.

bdh21
03-05-2008, 09:23 AM
Double digit years since 1950:

2003-2004
15.9-Redick
15.1-Deng
12.6-Ewing
12.6-Williams
10.0-Duhon

2000-2001
21.6-Williams
19.9-Battier
13.3-Boozer
12.6-Dunleavy
12.3-James

1999-2000
17.4-Battier
16.9-Carrawell
14.5-Williams
13.0-Boozer
11.0-James

1991-1992
21.5-Laettner
14.6-T. Hill
14.0-G. Hill
13.2-Hurley
11.2-Davis

1990-1991
19.8-Laettner
11.6-McCaffrey
11.5-T. Hill
11.3-Hurley
11.2-G. Hill

1960-1961
25.2-Heyman
13.6-Youngkin
12.3-Hurt
12.1-Kistler
9.96-Frye (1 point on the season away from 10.0--I'm charitable)

1957-1958
13.2-Newcome
12.4-Allen
12.2-Vernon
11.9-Schmidt
10.6-Harris

ice-9
03-05-2008, 10:01 AM
Those teams are very good company -- good sign. :)