Only four players in the NBA were averaging more than 20 points and 10 rebounds at week's end. Three of them—Karl Malone, Shaquille O'Neal and David Robinson—had shot better than 52% from the floor. The fourth, Celtics forward Antoine Walker (above), had not. After hitting 42.5% of his field goals as a rookie last season and scoring 17.5 points a game, Walker has seen his average soar and his accuracy slip. In fact, just three players in the 1990s have topped 20 points a game for a full season and shot worse than Walker had through Sunday's games.