Hassan Whiteside, who recently was named to the NBA All-Defesensive Second Team, had himself quite a season. Today though, we look back on that time he recording a whopping TEN blocks in a single game vs. the Charlotte Hornets.
10 out of 269 total blocks? That's a pretty good chunk right there. I mean, he only played in 73 games this year. 269 divided by 73 is 3.68 blocks/game. 10 is 6.32 blocks higher than his average.
And that, my friends, is what we call #math.