By Henry Abbott
Hardwood Paroxysm is now publishing lists of those NBA players who get their shots blocked the most.
Gerald Wallace takes the cake so far, having been blocked a mighty ten times in four games. That's a mind-blowing 18.5% of his field goal attempts.
Two Clippers, Al Thornton and Baron Davis, made the top five.
Does this stat matter? Are blocks worse than other kinds of misses? Maybe not. But as Matt Moore from Hardwood Paroxysm points out, getting your shot blocked certainly does give a player a case of "the sads." Anyone who has ever played the game knows that's no lie.