In his entire career, Danny Fortson played in the playoffs only one year: 2004-05 with Seattle. His statistics during that 11 game playoff run are nothing short of astounding
Season G MP FG FGA FT FTA ORB TRB AST STL BLK TOV PF PTS FG% FT%
2004-05 11 105 12 21 12 15 5 26 0 3 1 13 42 36 .571 .800
THE GOOD -- Fortson played about 9 minutes a game. He shot 57% from the floor and 80% from the line, he got about 2.5 rebounds a game and actually tried on defense (3 steals, 1 block).
The BAD -- 0 assists in 11 games and 105 minutes.
THE VERY VERY UGLY -- Fortson had 13 turnovers to go with his 0 assists. He also committed 42 fouls -- 4 per game. If you multiply Fortson's stats by 4 to approximate a 40 minute performance, he would have committed 16 fouls a game and turned the ball over 4 times a game while NEVER registering an assist. His turnover percentage is estimated at 32% (turns the ball over once per every three times he touched it).
Should have been on my all-time worst assist to turnover performances.
The ridiculous foul rate by Fortson, however, does not approach the foul rate of almost 5 per game in under 10 minutes a game by Antoine Carr during the 1998-99 playoffs. Jim McIlvaine anyone? Don Reid? Pat Cummings?