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From Embiid's 70 to Luka's 73, have NBA offenses become too good?





THE NBA IS in the middle of an offensive explosion.

Scoring averages this season are the highest since 1969-70, and the league has set a record for offensive efficiency six times in the past eight seasons.

Stars are churning out eye-popping performances at rates not seen since Wilt Chamberlain's prime. In January, four players scored 60-plus points in the span of four days: Joel Embiid (70) and Karl-Anthony Towns (62) on Jan. 22, Luka Doncic (73) and Devin Booker (62) on Jan.