Nevertheless, if we look at just top statistical postseason tandems for any two teammates and not just those who won championships, James and Davis still rank at No. 9 overall, behind two different versions of Jerry West and Elgin Baylor (from 1961-62 and 1960-61) and four duos that featured Wilt Chamberlain when he was at his absolute peak, plus the aforementioned Shaq and Kobe and Kareem and Magic partnerships. In fairness to the old-school duos, particularly to the ones led by Bill Russell and Chamberlain after him, the NBA didn’t start recording blocks or steals until 1973-74, so they could have ranked even higher if not for that.
January 19, 2021 | 9:05 pm EST Update
Chris Fedor: Despite being able to practice the last two days #Cavs Dylan Windler (hand) is still listed OUT for tomorrow night’s game vs Brooklyn. Darius Garland and Collin Sexton are both questionable.