From the data I complied from a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet was created to display the data in organized fashion. I decided to use the top 10 best NBA categories ranging from points per game, rebounds, to assists per game and 3-point percentage. Since LeBron James and Michael Jordan start their professional NBA almost at the same age, so I decided to compare the first nine years.
The methods used to calculate the statistics were linear regression and binomial distribution. Linear Regression was used determine the relationship between LeBron James production and his salary. I used statistics to determine the probability of LeBron James making 8 field goals in a row. Also, I designed a C program to compare statistics of two players for as many categories desired. The program places a one-point weight on each category won and in the end determines who’s superior according to the statistics presented.
LeBron James is most certainly an NBA all-time …show more content…
Michael Jordan came into the NBA as the 3rd overall pick in 1984 and immediately became an impact player. During his first NBA season he averaged 28.2 points per game, 6.5 rebounds and 5.9 assists per game. For a rookie those were eye popping numbers. Through his fierce play and elite marketability, he became the world’s most popular and beloved athlete. Through Michael Jordan’s phenomenal 15-year career he accumulated 6 NBA championships and 5 NBA Most Valuable Players awards. Michael Jordan seemed to be on a pedestal that no one could ever come close to