Low content / random / off-topic + miscellaneous | Page 9 | BigFooty
Preferences

Low content / random / off-topic + miscellaneous

Discussion in 'Football Statistics' started by red+black, May 28, 2012.

  1. red+black

    red+black Moderator

    Essendon
    Joined:
    Jul 01
    Posts:
    36,760
    Location:
    Melbourne
    Other Teams:
    Liverpool, Storm
    All jokes aside, Collingwood are a bloody good team and have achieved far more than I thought they could 12 months ago. I would not have been upset if they won, it was a great grand final, I wish they always were.

    I'd just be happy for my side to finish 8th (without drugs). Maybe next year.
     
    darklake likes this.

    (Log in to remove this ad.)

  2. footyfan78

    footyfan78 Brownlow Medallist

    Carlton
    Joined:
    Aug 14
    Posts:
    17,049
    Location:
    spacetime
    Other Teams:
    there are no other teams worthy
    Done so well in so many ways. But for mine it is always about winning premierships. Finishing 8th is not good, finish runner up is always could a, would a, should a land. You can learn from it potentially but means nothing if you do not follow it up with success. All kudos to Eagles they have the glory and deserve their success. All other 17 clubs another season without the ultimate success. There ain't no second prize.
     
  3. red+black

    red+black Moderator

    Essendon
    Joined:
    Jul 01
    Posts:
    36,760
    Location:
    Melbourne
    Other Teams:
    Liverpool, Storm
    Bowlers with 200 Test career wickets, but never took 10 wickets in a match:

    9/70 - Ray Lindwall
    9/72 - Heath Streak
    9/80 - Jason Gillespie
    9/92 - Bob Willis
    9/92 - Darren Gough
    9/92 - Jacques Kallis
    9/104 - Peter Siddle
    9/105 - Jeff Thomson
    9/108 - Joel Garner
    9/110 - Morne Morkel
    9/171 - Brett Lee
    8/80 - Garry Sobers
    8/156 - Andrew Flintoff

    http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/en...ualval3=wickets;template=results;type=bowling
     
    worbod and iluvparis like this.
  4. red+black

    red+black Moderator

    Essendon
    Joined:
    Jul 01
    Posts:
    36,760
    Location:
    Melbourne
    Other Teams:
    Liverpool, Storm
    The NBA season has started and Nowitzki is injured. LeBron will catch him very soon for Most Regular Season points. I will update at that time.

    31419 - Wilt Chamberlain (5th all time)
    31187 - Dirk Nowitzki
    31064 - LeBron James

    https://sportsday.dallasnews.com/da...passing-dirk-nowitzki-nba-career-scoring-list
     
  5. red+black

    red+black Moderator

    Essendon
    Joined:
    Jul 01
    Posts:
    36,760
    Location:
    Melbourne
    Other Teams:
    Liverpool, Storm
    was excited to see Ricciardo on pole, should have known his car would stuff up.

    GP statistics for Australian F1 drivers (as at October 29, 2018)

    Most career poles:
    13 - Jack Brabham, Mark Webber
    6 - Alan Jones
    3 - Daniel Ricciardo

    Most career podiums:
    42 - Mark Webber
    31 - Jack Brabham
    29 - Daniel Ricciardo
    24 - Alan Jones
     
  6. red+black

    red+black Moderator

    Essendon
    Joined:
    Jul 01
    Posts:
    36,760
    Location:
    Melbourne
    Other Teams:
    Liverpool, Storm
    Best NBA Title Streaks

    3 in 3 - (1991-1993) Chicago Bulls
    3 in 3 - (1996-1999) Chicago Bulls
    3 in 3 - (2000-2002) Los Angeles Lakers

    3 in 4 - (1985-1988) Los Angeles Lakers
    3 in 4 - (2015-2018) Golden State Warriors

    3 in 5 - (2003-2007) San Antonio Spurs

    5 in 6 - (1948-1954) Minneapolis Lakers

    8 in 8 - (1959-1966) Boston Celtics

    10 in 11 - (1959-1969) Boston Celtics

    11 in 13 - (1957-1969) Boston Celtics

    Only 5 coaches have won more than 3 titles. Steve Kerr has won 3 titles in his 4 seasons.
     
  7. red+black

    red+black Moderator

    Essendon
    Joined:
    Jul 01
    Posts:
    36,760
    Location:
    Melbourne
    Other Teams:
    Liverpool, Storm
    Golden State Warriors - best regular season win streaks in recent years:
    2012/2013 - 5 wins
    2013/2014 - 10 wins
    2014/2015 - 16 wins, 12 wins, 8 wins
    2015/2016 - 24 wins, 11 wins, 7 wins, 7 wins, 7 wins
    2016/2017 - 14 wins, 12 wins, 7 wins, 7 wins (also won first 15 games in the playoffs)
    2017/2018 - 11 wins, 7 wins, 7 wins
    2018/2019 - 8 wins
     
    Last edited: Nov 9, 2018
  8. red+black

    red+black Moderator

    Essendon
    Joined:
    Jul 01
    Posts:
    36,760
    Location:
    Melbourne
    Other Teams:
    Liverpool, Storm
    With the passing of George HW Bush, I wanted to see if anyone had been in the White House longer than he had been.

    The answer was a surprise.

    12.0 years - John Adams
    12.0 years - Thomas Jefferson
    12.0 years - George HW Bush
    12.1 years - Franklin D. Roosevelt
    13.5 years - Richard Nixon
     
    Kingpin likes this.
  9. Kingpin

    Kingpin Brownlow Medallist

    Richmond
    Joined:
    Jan 04
    Posts:
    12,451
    Most US Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Tour Titles: 10 or more.
    ‚óŹ Last title win in brackets
    (47) Walter Ray Williams Jr. (2010 USBC Masters)
    (43) Earl Anthony (1984 USBC Masters)
    (38) Norm Duke (2015 PBA Roth/Holman Doubles)
    (37) Pete Weber (2013 PBA Tournament of Champions)
    (35) Parker Bohn III (2015 PBA Cheetah Championship)
    (34) Mark Roth (1995 IOF Foresters Open)
    (30) Dick Weber (1977 King Louie Open)
    (29) Mike Aulby (2001 Silicon Valley Open)
    (26) Don Johnson (1977 Midas Open)
    (25) Brian Voss (2010 Bayer Don & Paula Carter Mixed Doubles)
    (22) Marshall Holman (1996 Ebonite Classic)
    (20) Dick Ritger (1979 AMF Magicscore Open)
    (20) Wayne Webb (1997 Bud Light Championship)
    (20) Amleto Monacelli (2016 DHC Japan Invitational)
    (19) Chris Barnes (2018 Lubbock Sports Open)
    (18) Jason Belmonte (2018 PBA Tour Finals)
    (18) Nelson Burton Jr. (1984 Angle Open)
    (18) Dave Davis (1978 Fresno Open)
    (18) Billy Hardwick (1976 Monro-Matic Open)
    (18) Tommy Jones (2016 PBA Scorpion Championship)
    (18) Dave Soutar (1982 Syracuse Open)
    (17) Carmen Salvino (1979 Miller High Life Classic)
    (16) Jason Couch (2011 Mark Roth Plastic Ball Championship)
    (15) Steve Cook (1992 Cleveland Open)
    (14) Mike Durbin (1985 Quaker State Open)
    (14) Dave Husted (2000 PBA National/Senior Doubles)
    (14) Mika Koivuniemi (2014 PBA Viper Open)
    (14) Johnny Petraglia (1980 PBA National Championship)
    (14) Jim Stefanich (1976 Denver Open)
    (13) Bill Allen (1968 Newark Open)
    (13) Patrick Allen (2009 Dydo Japan Cup)
    (13) Del Ballard Jr. (1993 BPAA U.S. Open)
    (13) Randy Pedersen (2002 PBA Pepsi Open)
    (13) Wayne Zahn (1976 Showboat Invitational)
    (12) Larry Laub (1979 Kessler Open)
    (12) Sean Rash (2017 PBA Xtra Frame Gene Carter Pro Shop Classic)
    (12) Harry Smith (1965 Denver Open)
    (12) EJ Tackett (2018 FloBowling Bear Open)
    (12) Danny Wiseman (2008 PBA Exempt Doubles Classic)
    (11) Joe Berardi (1989 Budweiser Challenge)
    (11) Jim Godman (1980 Quad Cities Open)
    (11) John Guenther (1976 Ford Open)
    (11) David Ozio (1995 AMF Dick Weber Classic)
    (10) Barry Asher (1976 Tucson HBO Open)
    (10) Tom Baker (2004 PBA World Championship)
    (10) Bryan Goebel (2003 PBA Medford Open)
    (10) Steve Hoskins (2000 Lone Star Open)
    (10) Tommy Hudson (1982 Seattle Open)
    (10) Doug Kent (2007 PBA Denny's World Championship)
    (10) Wes Malott (2015 PBA Roth/Holman Doubles)
    (10) Mike McGrath (1973 Winston-Salem Invitational)
    (10) George Pappas (1984 Buffalo Open)
     
    red+black likes this.
Back To Top

Share This Page