Frontcourt Trio: Kobe Bryant, Julius Randle, Roy Hibbert
Combined 2015-16 Win Shares: 3.4
Combined 2015-16 BPM: -7.4
Win Shares + BPM: -4.0
Kobe Bryant may have ended his basketball career with a majestic 60-point swan song performance, but the full package of his 20th year in the pros was ugly. His true shooting percentage of 46.9 percent ranked tied for No. 327 out of 350 qualified players.
The Black Mamba posted negative win shares and a negative BPM throughout his final campaign, but it was actually Julius Randle's heinous -3.6 BPM that bogged LA down most.
And say what you will about Roy Hibbert not having a positive impact following his All-Star days with Indiana, but the 7-foot-2 skyscraper started 81 of 82 regular season games this year and averaged 2.1 blocks per game. At least you can't knock his durability.
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