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General question for folks deep in the advanced statistics' know: Does one ignore traditional...

General question for folks deep in the advanced statistics' know: Does one ignore traditional stats when assessing a player's season? I.e., by traditional metrics Bruce Chen is having a solid season, but by advanced metrics he's having a Chenian season. Does one say: "Chen's season isn't as good as his numbers would indicate" or "Chen's season is below average"?

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