[ESPN]NBA 最佳新秀:文班亚马跻身历史上最伟大的新秀赛季行列

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ESPN 作者,2024 年 5 月 6 日,晚上 8:42 ET

周一,文班亚马荣获了2023-24年度NBA最佳新秀奖,这是他创造了NBA历史上最伟大的新秀赛季之一。

这位圣安东尼奥马刺队的中锋场均得分21.4分,抢得10.6个篮板,以及联盟领先的3.6次封盖。

ESPN 数据&信息称,文班亚马在2月成为自1990年的戴维·罗宾逊以来,第一位创下10次封盖三双纪录的新秀。在11天之后,文班亚马获得了一场5x5比赛(至少得5分,抢5个篮板,助攻5次,抢断5次,封盖5次),成为自1973-74赛季封盖/抢断成为官方统计数据以来,第二位如此做的新秀。他还在3月晚些时候拿到了40分、20个篮板的成绩,这也是仅仅第五位能拿下这些数据的NBA新秀。

文班亚马作为新秀的数据和表现令人震惊,这促使我们回过头来看看各运动领域有史以来最佳的新秀赛季。

NBA
蒂姆·邓肯,马刺队中锋(1997-98)

数据: 场均21.1分,11.9个篮板,2.5次封盖,54.9%投篮命中率
奖项: 最佳新秀、NBA最佳阵容一队、全明星

邓肯是圣安东尼奥球队的又一位天才球员,他是圣安东尼奥马刺队新秀中的北极星。他带领球队在篮板球方面占据领先地位,在得分和封盖方面仅次于戴维·罗宾逊。

年仅21岁的邓肯在MVP投票中排名第五,并且成为全明星球员中年龄最小的球员(安托万·沃克排名第12)。邓肯帮助马刺队多赢了36场,尽管他们在西部联盟半决赛中不敌犹他爵士队。——圣安东尼奥马刺队(@spurs),2023年4月27日


卡里姆·阿卜杜勒·贾巴尔,雄鹿队中锋(1969-70)

数据: 场均28.8分,14.5个篮板,51.8%投篮命中率
奖项: 最佳新秀、NBA最佳阵容二队、全明星

在球队进入NBA的第二个赛季,阿卜杜勒·贾巴尔帮助密尔沃基队首次进入季后赛。他以2361分在联盟中排名第一,平均每场得分排名第二,每场篮板排名第三。

阿卜杜勒·贾巴尔的得分在季后赛中有所提高。他平均每场得到35.2分,投篮命中率为56.7%。他在季后赛中的352次总得分和10场每场至少得到20分的比赛仍然是NBA新秀纪录。


“魔术师”约翰逊,湖人队控球后卫(1979-80)

数据: 场均18.0分,7.7个篮板,5.9次助攻,2.4次抢断
奖项: 全明星、NBA总决赛MVP

约翰逊的全能比赛在NBA立即得到了充分展现。他创造了七个三双,并列联盟最高,外加19个两双。

然而,这位名人堂球员以其在1980年NBA总决赛中的表现结束了强劲的新秀赛季。阿卜杜勒·贾巴尔因第6场比赛受伤,约翰逊得到42分、15个篮板、7次助攻和3次抢断,为湖人队夺得冠军。他是唯一一位获得NBA总决赛MVP的新秀。


威尔特·张伯伦,费城勇士队中锋(1959-60)

数据: 场均37.6分,27.0个篮板,46.1%投篮命中率
奖项: MVP、最佳新秀、NBA最佳阵容一队、全明星

可能没有一个新秀赛季像张伯伦在1959-60赛季那样具有统计优势。他在得分、篮板和每场比赛的分钟数上都领先联盟。他至少在5场比赛中得到50分,包括对阵底特律活塞队时的一场得到58分和42个篮板的比赛。

张伯伦是仅有的两名在同一个赛季获得MVP和最佳新秀奖的NBA球员之一。韦斯·昂塞尔德在1968-69赛季获得了这一成就。

NFL
吉姆·布朗,克利夫兰布朗队跑锋(1957)

数据: 942个冲球码,9次冲球达阵,每场78.5个冲球码
奖项: MVP、最佳新秀、全美职业橄榄球联盟最佳阵容一队、职业碗

布朗新秀赛季在冲球码、达阵数和每场冲球码数方面都领先NFL。在特伦特·理查德森于2012年打破这一纪录之前,他942个冲球码创下了该特许经营的新秀纪录。布朗还创下了该位置新秀在单场比赛中获得码数的纪录(237),直到1997年被科里·迪伦打破。


劳伦斯·泰勒,纽约巨人队线卫(1981)

数据: 9.5次擒杀,1次抄截,1次掉球
奖项: 年度最佳防守球员,年度最佳防守新秀球员,全美职业橄榄球联盟最佳阵容一队,职业碗

可能没有一个防守新秀赛季能像泰勒这样令人难忘,他帮助巨人队自1963年以来首次进入季后赛。

他仍然是唯一一位以新秀身份赢得年度最佳防守球员奖的球员。


丹·马里诺,迈阿密海豚队四分卫(1983)

数据: 2210个传球码,20个传球达阵,96.0传球评分
奖项: 职业碗,全美职业橄榄球联盟最佳阵容二队

马里诺1983年在约翰·埃尔韦和吉姆·凯利之后被选中,他很快便成为该届选秀中的佼佼者之一。马里诺在传球评分方面领先美联,同时帮助海豚队赢得了分区冠军,并在1973年以来赢得了最多的单赛季比赛(12场)。


C.J.斯特劳德,休斯顿德州人队四分卫(2023)

数据: 4108个传球码,23个传球达阵,5次抄截,100.8传球评分
奖项: 年度最佳进攻新秀球员,职业碗

2023年选秀中的2号新秀迎来了一个出色的新秀赛季,展示了他令人印象深刻的保护球能力。

他在传球中连续198次没有失误,包括季后赛——这是传球尝试失误最长的第二次。斯特劳德六次多次传球尝试和没有抄截,并列NFL历史上新秀单赛季的最多次数。他还成为赢得季后赛的最年轻的首发四分卫。

在第九周对阵海盗队的比赛中,斯特劳德传出470码和5次传球达阵,成为NFL历史上第六位传球超过450码、至少4次达阵并且没有抄截的球员。他的470次传球码创造了他新秀赛季单场比赛的纪录。

MLB
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NBA ROY Victor Wembanyama joins list of greatest debut seasons ever

[Image] ESPN staffMay 6, 2024, 08:42 PM ET

Victor Wembanyama won the 2023-24 Rookie of the Year award on Monday after having one of the greatest rookie seasons in NBA history.

The San Antonio Spurs center averaged 21.4 points, 10.6 rebounds and a league-leading 3.6 blocks per game.

In February, he became the first rookie since David Robinson in 1990 to record a 10-block triple-double, according to ESPN Stats & Information. Eleven days later, Wembanyama recorded a 5x5 game (at least 5 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists, 5 steals and 5 blocks), becoming the second rookie to ever do so since blocks/steals became an official stat in 1973-74. He also had a 40-point, 20-rebound game in late March, being only the fifth rookie to record those numbers.

Wembanyama’s numbers and performances as a rookie are staggering, which prompted a look back at some of the best rookie seasons of all time across various sports.

NBA
Tim Duncan, C, San Antonio Spurs (1997-98)

Stats: 21.1 points, 11.9 rebounds, 2.5 blocks, 54.9% FG
Awards: Rookie of the Year, All-NBA first team, All-Star

From one Spurs phenom to another, Duncan is the North Star for rookies in San Antonio. He led the team in rebounds and was second in points and blocks per game behind David Robinson.

At 21 years old, Duncan finished fifth in MVP voting and tied for the youngest in the entire pool (Antoine Walker placed 12th). Duncan helped the Spurs win 36 more games than the previous season, though they fell short to the Utah Jazz in the Western Conference semifinals.— San Antonio Spurs (@spurs) April 27, 2023


Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, C, Milwaukee Bucks (1969-70)

Stats: 28.8 points, 14.5 rebounds, 51.8% FG
Awards: Rookie of the Year, All-NBA second team, All-Star

In the franchise’s second season in the NBA, Abdul-Jabbar helped Milwaukee reach the playoffs for the first time. He led the league in total points (2,361), was second in points per game and third in rebounds per game.

Abdul-Jabbar’s scoring output elevated in the playoffs. He averaged a league-high 35.2 points per game on 56.7% shooting. His 352 total points and 10 games with at least 20 points during the postseason remain an NBA record for a rookie.


Magic Johnson, PG, Los Angeles Lakers (1979-80)

Stats: 18.0 points, 7.7 rebounds, 5.9 assists, 2.4 steals
Awards: All-Star, NBA Finals MVP

Johnson’s all-around game was immediately on full display in the NBA. He recorded seven triple-doubles, tied for the league high, plus 19 double-doubles.

However, the Hall of Famer capped a strong rookie season with his performance in the 1980 NBA Finals. With Abdul-Jabbar injured for Game 6, Johnson had 42 points, 15 rebounds, 7 assists and 3 steals to clinch the championship for the Lakers. He is the only rookie to win the NBA Finals MVP award.


Wilt Chamberlain, C, Philadelphia Warriors (1959-60)

Stats: 37.6 points, 27.0 rebounds, 46.1% FG
Awards: MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-NBA first team, All-Star

There may not be a rookie season as statistically dominant as Chamberlain’s in 1959-60. He led the league in points, rebounds and minutes per game. He scored at least 50 points in five games, including a 58-point, 42-rebound game against the Detroit Pistons.

Chamberlain is one of two NBA players to ever win an MVP and Rookie of the Year award in the same season. Wes Unseld earned the accomplishment in 1968-69.

NFL
Jim Brown, RB, Cleveland Browns (1957)

Stats: 942 rushing yards, 9 rushing TDs, 78.5 rushing yards per game
Awards: MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-Pro first team, Pro Bowl

Brown led the NFL in rushing yards, touchdowns and yards per game as a rookie. His 942 rushing yards marked a franchise rookie record until Trent Richardson broke it in 2012. Brown also set the rookie record for yards in a game (237), which stood until Corey Dillon passed it in 1997.


Lawrence Taylor, LB, New York Giants (1981)

Stats: 9.5 sacks, 1 interception, 1 fumble
Awards: Defensive Player of the Year, Defensive Rookie of the Year, All-Pro first team, Pro Bowl

There may not be a defensive rookie season as memorable as Taylor’s, who helped the Giants reach the playoffs for the first time since 1963.

He remains the only player to ever win the Defensive Player of the Year award as a rookie.


Dan Marino, QB, Miami Dolphins (1983)

Stats: 2,210 passing yards, 20 passing TDs, 96.0 passer rating
Awards: Pro Bowl, All-Pro second team

Selected behind the likes of John Elway and Jim Kelly in the 1983 draft, Marino made himself known early as one of the best from that class. Marino led the AFC in passer rating, while helping the Dolphins win their division and the most games in a season (12) since 1973.


C.J. Stroud, QB, Houston Texans (2023)

Stats: 4,108 passing yards, 23 passing TDs, 5 interceptions, 100.8 passer rating
Awards: Offensive Rookie of the Year, Pro Bowl

The No. 2 pick in the 2023 draft had a stellar rookie season, which showcased an impressive ability to take care of the football.

He threw 198 consecutive passes without a turnover, including in the playoffs – the second-longest streak of pass attempts without throwing an interception. Stroud had six games of multiple pass attempts and no interceptions, tied for the most by a rookie in a single season in NFL history. He also became the youngest starting quarterback to win a playoff game.

In Week 9 against the Buccaneers, Stroud had 470 passing yards and five passing touchdowns, becoming the sixth player in NFL history to throw for 450-plus passing yards, at least four touchdowns and no interceptions. His 470 passing yards marked a single-game rookie record.

MLB
Ichiro Suzuki, RF, Seattle Mariners (2001)

Stats: 242 hits, 56 stolen bases, .350 batting average, 69 RBIs
Awards: American League MVP, American League Rookie of the Year, All-Star, Golden Glove, Silver Slugger

The 27-year-old rookie dominated Major League Baseball with league highs in hits, stolen bases and batting average. Ichiro also set the record for most hits by a rookie in a single season.

His efforts put him in rare air – he became the only player to win MVP, Rookie of the Year, a Golden Glove and Silver Slugger award in the same season. He is also one of two players to ever win the MVP award in their rookie season (Fred Lynn in 1975).


Fred Lynn, CF, Boston Red Sox (1975)

Stats: 175 hits, 103 runs, 105 RBIs, .331 batting average, 47 doubles
Awards: American League MVP, American League Rookie of the Year, All-Star, Golden Glove

The first MLB player to win MVP and Rookie of the Year in the same season, Lynn led the MLB in runs, doubles and OPS. He also had an impressive game with 10 RBI and three home runs against the Detroit Tigers in June 1975. His 10 RBI were two short for the most in a single game.


Dwight Gooden, P, New York Mets (1984)

Stats: 31 starts, 17 wins, 7 complete games, 276 strikeouts, 2.60 ERA
Awards: National League Rookie of the Year, All-Star

Gooden on the mound became a treat to watch in New York. He led the league with in strikeouts – his 273 is the fourth most ever by a rookie – and WHIP (1.073). His 17 wins were also the fourth most by a rookie pitcher since 1960.


Mike Trout, CF, Los Angeles Angels (2012)

Stats: 182 hits, 129 runs, 83 RBIs, 49 stolen bases, .326 batting average
Awards: American League Rookie of the Year, All-Star, Silver Slugger

There weren’t many records that Trout didn’t set that year.

He became the first player to hit 30 home runs, tally 45 stolen bases and score 125 runs in the same season. He set the Angels’ rookie record for hits and runs scored in a season. He also had a wins above replacement of 10.5, the first center fielder to reach that total since Willie Mays in 1964.

Trout ended up finishing second in American League MVP voting.

NHL
Mario Lemieux, C, Pittsburgh Penguins (1984-85)

Stats: 100 points, 57 assists, 43 goals
Awards: Calder Memorial Trophy, All-Star, All-Rookie First-Team

The 19-year-old Lemieux scored a goal with his first NHL shot, setting the precedent for a strong rookie campaign. He never went more than two consecutive games without recording a point throughout the season. Lemieux’s 43 goals, 57 assists and 100 points were a Penguins single-season record.


Alex Ovechkin, LW, Washington Capitals (2005-06)

Stats: 425 shots, 106 points, 54 assists, 52 goals
Awards: Calder Memorial Trophy, All-Star, All-Rookie team

Ovechkin led the NHL in shots and tied for third in points and goals. His point and goal total is the third most all time for a rookie.


Teemu Selänne, RW, Winnipeg Jets (1992-93)

Stats: 132 points, 76 goals, 56 assists
Awards: Calder Memorial Trophy, All-Rookie team, All-Star

After some time in Finland, Selänne joined the NHL and made his mark instantly.

Selänne has the most points by a rookie in NHL history. (Wayne Gretzky’s stellar debut season is not considered a rookie season.) His 76 goals were tied for the most in the NHL that season and is now tied for the fourth most all time. He also had five hat tricks, the most by a rookie since the 1917-18 season.


Sidney Crosby, C, Pittsburgh Penguins (2005-06)

Stats: 102 points, 39 goals, 63 assists
Awards: All-Rookie first team

“The Next One” lived up to his nickname during his debut NHL season. Crosby became Lemieux’s teammate and ended up breaking the franchise records Lemieux had set for points and assists in a rookie campaign. He also finished second behind Ovechkin for the Calder Memorial Trophy and scored 39 goals and 102 points. At 18 years and 253 days, he became the youngest player to record 100 points, a record that still stands.

WNBA
Candace Parker, F, Los Angeles Sparks (2008)

Stats: 18.5 points, 9.5 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 2.3 blocks

Awards: MVP, Rookie of the Year, All-WNBA first team

After a dominant collegiate career with the Tennessee Lady Volunteers, Parker didn’t miss a beat in her first WNBA season. She is the only WNBA player to win Rookie of the Year and MVP in the same year.

Parker had 17 double-doubles that season, including a 34-point, 12-rebound one in her debut game. She scored her career-high 40 points, plus 16 rebounds, two months later in a win against the Houston Comets. A year after holding the No. 1 overall pick, the Sparks reached the Western Conference Finals, but lost to the San Antonio Silver Stars.


Breanna Stewart, F, Seattle Storm (2016)

Stats: 18.3 points, 9.3 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 1.9 blocks

Awards: Rookie of the Year, All-WNBA second team, All-Defensive second team

Stewart immediately fit in after joining a Storm side with Sue Bird and Jewell Loyd.

Stewart led the team in points, rebounds, blocks and steals per game. She had 12 double-doubles and scored at least 20 points in a game 15 times in the season. She finished sixth in MVP voting and second for Defensive Player of the Year, the youngest player to appear as a finalist for both awards.


A’ja Wilson, F, Las Vegas Aces (2018)

Stats: 20.7 points, 8.0 rebounds, 2.2 assists, 1.7 blocks

Awards: Rookie of the Year, All-Star

Wilson’s rookie season is one of the greatest statistically in WNBA history.

Her 20.7 points per game are the second most by a rookie in league history, topped only by Seimone Augustus’ 21.9. Wilson was one of two players in 2018 to average 20 points, 5 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per game, the other being Liz Cambage, who was the MVP runner-up. Wilson also scored at least 20 points per game in five straight games that season.


Tamika Catchings, F, Indiana Fever (2002)

Stats: 18.6 points, 8.6 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 2.9 steals

Awards: Rookie of the Year, All-Star, All-WNBA first team

The future Hall of Famer had 12 double-doubles and 17 games of at least 20 points.

She led the league in steals per game and win shares (9.19), while leading the Fever to their first WNBA playoff appearance in franchise history. In her rookie year, Catchings also led the Fever in points, rebounds and assists, and was in the league’s top 10 in points, rebounds, assists, steals and blocks.

via ESPN