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    Statistics prior to the 2017 - 2018 regular season kick-off with Texas Southern.


    Mark Few Wins: 503


    Career Points
    1. Frank Burgess – 2,196
    2. Jim McPhee – 2,015
    3. Adam Morrison – 1,867
    4. Elias Harris – 1,857
    5. Kevin Pangos – 1,824
    6. Matt Santangelo – 1,810
    7. Ronny Turiaf – 1,723
    8. Matt Bouldin – 1,683
    9. Blake Stepp – 1,670
    10. Jeff Brown – 1,646
    11. Richie Frahm – 1,621
    12. Jerry Vermillion – 1,547
    13. Casey Calvary – 1,509
    14. Rich Evans – 1,507
    15. Przemek Karnowski – 1,495
    16. Derek Raivio – 1,456
    17. Gary Lechman – 1,452
    18. Steven Gray – 1,432
    19. Doug Spradley – 1,427
    20. Kyle Wiltjer – 1,374
    21. Bill Suter – 1,354
    22. Cory Violette – 1,342
    23. John Stockton – 1,340
    24. Gary Bell Jr – 1,291
    25. Sam Dower – 1,271
    26. Robert Sacre – 1,270
    27. Jeremy Pargo – 1,245
    28. Bill Wilson – 1,226
    29. Josh Heytvelt – 1,172
    30. Matt Stanford – 1,171
    31. Greg Sten – 1,168
    32. Zach Gourde – 1,143
    33. Dan Dickau – 1,125
    34. Jack Curran – 1,121
    35. Frank Walter – 1,083
    36. Jon Kinloch – 1,071
    37. Bryce McPhee – 1,060
    38. Jarrod Davis – 1,054
    39. John Rillie – 1,038
    40. Jeff Condill – 1,004
    41. Domantas Sabonis – 1002
    NR. Josh Perkins – 698
    NR. Johnathan Williams – 397 (Including Mizzou: 982)


    Career 3-Pointers Made
    1. Kevin Pangos – 322
    2. Blake Stepp – 288
    3. Richie Frahm – 280
    4. Matt Santangelo – 252
    5. Derek Raivio – 243
    6. John Rillie – 230
    7. Gary Bell, Jr – 219
    8. Steven Gray – 210
    9. Dan Dickau – 188
    10. Matt Bouldin – 187
    11. Kyle Bankhead – 169
    12. Kyle Wiltjer – 158
    13. Jon Kinloch – 157
    14. Jarrod Davis – 133
    15. Adam Morrison – 128
    16. Josh Perkins – 115
    17. Doug Spradley – 114
    18. Micah Downs – 111
    19. Quentin Hall – 100
    20. Kyle Dranginis – 95
    NR. Silas Melson – 92


    Career Assists
    1. Matt Santangelo - 668
    2. Blake Stepp - 640
    3. Jeremy Pargo - 589
    4. John Stockton - 554
    5. Kevin Pangos - 536
    6. Matt Bouldin - 444
    7. David Stockton - 423
    8. Derek Raivio - 356
    9. Steven Gray - 339
    10. Geoff Goss - 335
    11. Doug Spradley - 324
    12. Don Baldwin - 313
    13. Jim McPhee - 305
    14. Kyle Dixon - 303
    15t. Dan Dickau - 299
    15t. Kyle Dranginis - 299
    NR. Josh Perkins - 282


    Career Blocked Shots
    1. Casey Calvary – 207
    2. Robert Sacre – 186
    3. Ronny Turiaf – 179
    4. Przemek Karnowski – 152
    5. Austin Daye – 124
    6. Tim Ruff – 99
    7. Josh Heytvelt – 95
    8. Zach Gourde – 86
    9. Cory Violette – 85
    10. Mark Spink – 80
    11. Abdullahi Kuso – 77
    12. Sam Dower – 75
    13t. Paul Rogers – 72
    13t. Elias Harris – 72
    15. Marc Armstead – 70
    NR. Johnathan Williams – 36 (Including Mizzou: 112)


    Career Rebounds
    1. Jerry Vermillion – 1670
    2. Elias Harris – 979
    3. Gary Lechman – 910
    4. Cory Violette – 880
    5. Ronny Turiaf – 859
    6. Przemek Karnowski – 821
    7. Greg Sten – 783
    8. Casey Calvary – 757
    9. Domantas Sabonis – 694
    10. Robert Sacre – 679
    11. Jim Dixon – 666
    12. Charlie Jordan – 642
    13. Jim Grady – 634
    14. Bill Quigg – 630
    15. Larry Brown – 604
    16. Frank Burgess – 595
    17. Joe Clayton – 593
    NR. Johnathan Williams – 251 (Including Mizzou: 706)


    Career Wins
    1. Przemek Karnowski – 137
    2t. Kevin Pangos – 122
    2t. Kyle Dranginis – 122
    4. Gary Bell – 116
    5. David Stockton – 112
    6. Sam Dower – 110
    7. Elias Harris – 108
    8. Cory Violette – 107
    9t. Ronny Turiaf – 106
    9t. Sean Mallon – 106
    NR. Silas Melson – 94


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    Fun stuff! Thanks for posting!

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    Assuming four year careers, Ammo and KW would top the list. But who would be first and how far beyond 2,600 points?

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    Perkins on pace for Turf Toe's 3 pt record? Would not have guessed that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gonstu View Post
    Perkins on pace for Turf Toe's 3 pt record? Would not have guessed that.
    lol never mind. spoiler alert: I was not a math major.

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    Thanks for the lists, SWZag. A couple of observations.

    1. Elias Harris was underappreciated, maybe because his freshman year set the bar so high that expectations got too high, but 4th in points and 2nd in rebounds? That is one heckuva career.
    2. Karnowski's win total is just crazy. Granted, it was helped by a 4 extra wins in his injury-shortened year, but even without those, he's 11 ahead of the next highest. That's a tribute to him and the amazing teams over the last few years.

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    Dranginis on the assists list.

    I really liked that kid even though he got away with drowning puppies and stealing little kids' ice cream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markburn1 View Post
    Dranginis on the assists list.

    I really liked that kid even though he got away with drowning puppies and stealing little kids' ice cream.
    Well, the ice cream wasn't that big of a deal, but the puppy thing.....
    This post is for March Madness seeding purposes only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzdelmar View Post
    Assuming four year careers, Ammo and KW would top the list. But who would be first and how far beyond 2,600 points?
    And what if Frank had played four years?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GU69 View Post
    And what if Frank had played four years?
    He didn’t? Why not? I’m a bandwagon ‘99er.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GU69 View Post
    And what if Frank had played four years?
    And what if he had a 3 pt. line?
    This post is for March Madness seeding purposes only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzdelmar View Post
    Assuming four year careers, Ammo and KW would top the list. But who would be first and how far beyond 2,600 points?
    not even close...wiltjer got to 1,374 in his redshirt junior/senior years...he might not have cracked 2,500
    ammo got to 1,867 with his senior year left...he would've topped 2,700 and maybe even 2,800

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    First update of the year. Following the 97 - 69 season opening win against Texas Southern.

    • Perkins: Off to a hot start with 20 points, two assists and six made threes. He has passed 700 career points.
    • Melson: One 3-point made.
    • Williams: 16 points, one block and eight rebounds.



    Mark Few Wins: 504


    Career Points
    1. Frank Burgess – 2,196
    2. Jim McPhee – 2,015
    3. Adam Morrison – 1,867
    4. Elias Harris – 1,857
    5. Kevin Pangos – 1,824
    6. Matt Santangelo – 1,810
    7. Ronny Turiaf – 1,723
    8. Matt Bouldin – 1,683
    9. Blake Stepp – 1,670
    10. Jeff Brown – 1,646
    11. Richie Frahm – 1,621
    12. Jerry Vermillion – 1,547
    13. Casey Calvary – 1,509
    14. Rich Evans – 1,507
    15. Przemek Karnowski – 1,495
    16. Derek Raivio – 1,456
    17. Gary Lechman – 1,452
    18. Steven Gray – 1,432
    19. Doug Spradley – 1,427
    20. Kyle Wiltjer – 1,374
    21. Bill Suter – 1,354
    22. Cory Violette – 1,342
    23. John Stockton – 1,340
    24. Gary Bell Jr – 1,291
    25. Sam Dower – 1,271
    26. Robert Sacre – 1,270
    27. Jeremy Pargo – 1,245
    28. Bill Wilson – 1,226
    29. Josh Heytvelt – 1,172
    30. Matt Stanford – 1,171
    31. Greg Sten – 1,168
    32. Zach Gourde – 1,143
    33. Dan Dickau – 1,125
    34. Jack Curran – 1,121
    35. Frank Walter – 1,083
    36. Jon Kinloch – 1,071
    37. Bryce McPhee – 1,060
    38. Jarrod Davis – 1,054
    39. John Rillie – 1,038
    40. Jeff Condill – 1,004
    41. Domantas Sabonis – 1002
    NR. Josh Perkins – 718
    NR. Johnathan Williams – 413 (Including Mizzou: 998)


    Career 3-Pointers Made
    1. Kevin Pangos – 322
    2. Blake Stepp – 288
    3. Richie Frahm – 280
    4. Matt Santangelo – 252
    5. Derek Raivio – 243
    6. John Rillie – 230
    7. Gary Bell, Jr – 219
    8. Steven Gray – 210
    9. Dan Dickau – 188
    10. Matt Bouldin – 187
    11. Kyle Bankhead – 169
    12. Kyle Wiltjer – 158
    13. Jon Kinloch – 157
    14. Jarrod Davis – 133
    15. Adam Morrison – 128
    16. Josh Perkins – 121
    17. Doug Spradley – 114
    18. Micah Downs – 111
    19. Quentin Hall – 100
    20. Kyle Dranginis – 95
    NR. Silas Melson – 93


    Career Assists
    1. Matt Santangelo - 668
    2. Blake Stepp - 640
    3. Jeremy Pargo - 589
    4. John Stockton - 554
    5. Kevin Pangos - 536
    6. Matt Bouldin - 444
    7. David Stockton - 423
    8. Derek Raivio - 356
    9. Steven Gray - 339
    10. Geoff Goss - 335
    11. Doug Spradley - 324
    12. Don Baldwin - 313
    13. Jim McPhee - 305
    14. Kyle Dixon - 303
    15t. Dan Dickau - 299
    15t. Kyle Dranginis - 299
    NR. Josh Perkins - 284


    Career Blocked Shots
    1. Casey Calvary – 207
    2. Robert Sacre – 186
    3. Ronny Turiaf – 179
    4. Przemek Karnowski – 152
    5. Austin Daye – 124
    6. Tim Ruff – 99
    7. Josh Heytvelt – 95
    8. Zach Gourde – 86
    9. Cory Violette – 85
    10. Mark Spink – 80
    11. Abdullahi Kuso – 77
    12. Sam Dower – 75
    13t. Paul Rogers – 72
    13t. Elias Harris – 72
    15. Marc Armstead – 70
    NR. Johnathan Williams – 37 (Including Mizzou: 113)


    Career Rebounds
    1. Jerry Vermillion – 1670
    2. Elias Harris – 979
    3. Gary Lechman – 910
    4. Cory Violette – 880
    5. Ronny Turiaf – 859
    6. Przemek Karnowski – 821
    7. Greg Sten – 783
    8. Casey Calvary – 757
    9. Domantas Sabonis – 694
    10. Robert Sacre – 679
    11. Jim Dixon – 666
    12. Charlie Jordan – 642
    13. Jim Grady – 634
    14. Bill Quigg – 630
    15. Larry Brown – 604
    16. Frank Burgess – 595
    17. Joe Clayton – 593
    NR. Johnathan Williams – 259 (Including Mizzou: 714)


    Career Wins
    1. Przemek Karnowski – 137
    2t. Kevin Pangos – 122
    2t. Kyle Dranginis – 122
    4. Gary Bell – 116
    5. David Stockton – 112
    6. Sam Dower – 110
    7. Elias Harris – 108
    8. Cory Violette – 107
    9t. Ronny Turiaf – 106
    9t. Sean Mallon – 106
    NR. Silas Melson – 95


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    Appreciate it, SWZag!

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    After a 106 - 69 drubbing of Howard. Zags move to 2 - 0.

    • Perkins: Nine points, six assists, and three made 3-pointers.
    • Melson: Two 3-pointers made. Silas moves into a tie at 20th place with Kyle Dranginis for career made 3-pointers. He now has 95.
    • Williams: 12 points, nine rebounds and no blocks. Johnathan passes 1000 career points in his collegiate career (Mizzou & GU)



    Mark Few Wins: 505


    Career Points
    1. Frank Burgess – 2,196
    2. Jim McPhee – 2,015
    3. Adam Morrison – 1,867
    4. Elias Harris – 1,857
    5. Kevin Pangos – 1,824
    6. Matt Santangelo – 1,810
    7. Ronny Turiaf – 1,723
    8. Matt Bouldin – 1,683
    9. Blake Stepp – 1,670
    10. Jeff Brown – 1,646
    11. Richie Frahm – 1,621
    12. Jerry Vermillion – 1,547
    13. Casey Calvary – 1,509
    14. Rich Evans – 1,507
    15. Przemek Karnowski – 1,495
    16. Derek Raivio – 1,456
    17. Gary Lechman – 1,452
    18. Steven Gray – 1,432
    19. Doug Spradley – 1,427
    20. Kyle Wiltjer – 1,374
    21. Bill Suter – 1,354
    22. Cory Violette – 1,342
    23. John Stockton – 1,340
    24. Gary Bell Jr – 1,291
    25. Sam Dower – 1,271
    26. Robert Sacre – 1,270
    27. Jeremy Pargo – 1,245
    28. Bill Wilson – 1,226
    29. Josh Heytvelt – 1,172
    30. Matt Stanford – 1,171
    31. Greg Sten – 1,168
    32. Zach Gourde – 1,143
    33. Dan Dickau – 1,125
    34. Jack Curran – 1,121
    35. Frank Walter – 1,083
    36. Jon Kinloch – 1,071
    37. Bryce McPhee – 1,060
    38. Jarrod Davis – 1,054
    39. John Rillie – 1,038
    40. Jeff Condill – 1,004
    41. Domantas Sabonis – 1002
    NR. Josh Perkins – 727
    NR. Johnathan Williams – 425 (Including Mizzou: 1010)


    Career 3-Pointers Made
    1. Kevin Pangos – 322
    2. Blake Stepp – 288
    3. Richie Frahm – 280
    4. Matt Santangelo – 252
    5. Derek Raivio – 243
    6. John Rillie – 230
    7. Gary Bell, Jr – 219
    8. Steven Gray – 210
    9. Dan Dickau – 188
    10. Matt Bouldin – 187
    11. Kyle Bankhead – 169
    12. Kyle Wiltjer – 158
    13. Jon Kinloch – 157
    14. Jarrod Davis – 133
    15. Adam Morrison – 128
    16. Josh Perkins – 124
    17. Doug Spradley – 114
    18. Micah Downs – 111
    19. Quentin Hall – 100
    20t. Kyle Dranginis – 95
    20t. Silas Melson – 95


    Career Assists
    1. Matt Santangelo - 668
    2. Blake Stepp - 640
    3. Jeremy Pargo - 589
    4. John Stockton - 554
    5. Kevin Pangos - 536
    6. Matt Bouldin - 444
    7. David Stockton - 423
    8. Derek Raivio - 356
    9. Steven Gray - 339
    10. Geoff Goss - 335
    11. Doug Spradley - 324
    12. Don Baldwin - 313
    13. Jim McPhee - 305
    14. Kyle Dixon - 303
    15t. Dan Dickau - 299
    15t. Kyle Dranginis - 299
    NR. Josh Perkins - 290


    Career Blocked Shots
    1. Casey Calvary – 207
    2. Robert Sacre – 186
    3. Ronny Turiaf – 179
    4. Przemek Karnowski – 152
    5. Austin Daye – 124
    6. Tim Ruff – 99
    7. Josh Heytvelt – 95
    8. Zach Gourde – 86
    9. Cory Violette – 85
    10. Mark Spink – 80
    11. Abdullahi Kuso – 77
    12. Sam Dower – 75
    13t. Paul Rogers – 72
    13t. Elias Harris – 72
    15. Marc Armstead – 70
    NR. Johnathan Williams – 37 (Including Mizzou: 113)


    Career Rebounds
    1. Jerry Vermillion – 1670
    2. Elias Harris – 979
    3. Gary Lechman – 910
    4. Cory Violette – 880
    5. Ronny Turiaf – 859
    6. Przemek Karnowski – 821
    7. Greg Sten – 783
    8. Casey Calvary – 757
    9. Domantas Sabonis – 694
    10. Robert Sacre – 679
    11. Jim Dixon – 666
    12. Charlie Jordan – 642
    13. Jim Grady – 634
    14. Bill Quigg – 630
    15. Larry Brown – 604
    16. Frank Burgess – 595
    17. Joe Clayton – 593
    NR. Johnathan Williams – 268 (Including Mizzou: 723)


    Career Wins
    1. Przemek Karnowski – 137
    2t. Kevin Pangos – 122
    2t. Kyle Dranginis – 122
    4. Gary Bell – 116
    5. David Stockton – 112
    6. Sam Dower – 110
    7. Elias Harris – 108
    8. Cory Violette – 107
    9t. Ronny Turiaf – 106
    9t. Sean Mallon – 106
    NR. Silas Melson – 96


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    Quote Originally Posted by Markburn1 View Post
    Dranginis on the assists list.

    I really liked that kid even though he got away with drowning puppies and stealing little kids' ice cream.
    Whoa whoa whoa what?

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    I dont see any way that Perkins doesnt get into the top ten of both three pointers and assists this year. And my conservative calculator says top five in each of those lists by the time its all said and done next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzdelmar View Post
    He didn’t? Why not? I’m a bandwagon ‘99er.
    I'm also a '99er, but I'm pretty sure it's the same reason Kareem only played three years at UCLA. Freshman couldn't play on the varsity teams.

    What a silly rule that was!

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    Fun thread. Thanks for posting, and for your work on this.
    Allow myself to introduce....myself...

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    Pretty amazing that Perk is going to be top 10 all time in assists later this season.
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    Hey SW, how many wins does Perkins have? I believe he should have the first few games of 2014-15, all of 2016 and 2017. Thanks
    21 Straight Big Dances

    11 Straight Round of 32s

    10 Sweet Sixteens (5 Straight)

    4 Elite Eights

    2017 FINAL FOUR

    2 Winningest Players in college basketball history (Karnowski 137, Perkins 134)

    The Best Point Guard to ever play the game: John Stockton, most assists, most steals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pleasant Peninsula View Post
    I'm also a '99er, but I'm pretty sure it's the same reason Kareem only played three years at UCLA. Freshman couldn't play on the varsity teams.

    What a silly rule that was!
    Ah yes. How quickly I’ve forgotten.

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    Wow....okay, so this is pretty flippin crazy.....




    So, I'm a big fan of Perkins. Always have been. But I don't think I would say Perk has been a huge standout or anything up to this point. He's never been our 'go to' guy. If you HAD to rank guys on our roster his freshman and sophomore seasons, he'd have been....what?? Like maybe 3rd or 4th on the totem pole at times? Anyway, the reason I think that's interesting is because I was doing some very basic calculations, and if Perkins keeps any sort of decent pace on his total points, 3's, and assists for this and next season, he could very likely go down as one of our most accomplished (Statistically) zags!!

    Look at this---

    If he averaged like 14-16 ppg for this and next season, he'd finish around 5th to 7th all time scoring (ahead of guys like Gray, GBJ, Dower)

    If he averaged just 2 three's per game
    this and next season (which I think he will average even MORE than that, but I wanted to be conservative), he'd finish around 3rd or 4th ALL time in three's! (Ahead of guys like Raivio, Gray, GBJ, Santangelo).

    If he averaged 3.7-3.8 assists per game, he'd finish 4th or 5th all time in assists! (ahead of guys like mother flipping Pangos and Bouldin)




    Maybe it's just me, but this all blows my mind. Very interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gonzagafan62 View Post
    Hey SW, how many wins does Perkins have? I believe he should have the first few games of 2014-15, all of 2016 and 2017. Thanks
    Wins by seasons:

    2014-15 - 5 wins
    2015-16 - 28 wins
    2016-17 - 37 wins
    Total Wins - 70

    I believe PK had 135(?) wins and GU would have to win 66 games over the next two years for Josh to pass PK.

    According to ESPN's stats/game log, Tillie played in 33 games and was on the winning team 32 times, so he has one more victory in his freshman year than PK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzdelmar View Post
    Ah yes. How quickly I’ve forgotten.
    The freshman games served as a warmup for the Snake Pit. We may not have had the most entertaining chants, but we were relentless. Lol

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