An easy way to keep track of that BTW is simply to take the totals. Meaning right now:

Reke has played in 54 games

For 20ppg its 20x54 = 1080

For 5reb/ast its 5x54= 270

Reke has:

1100pts (+20 more than he needs)

262rebs (-8 fewer than he needs)

292ast (+22 more than he needs)

So every game you can just take the points/rebs/ast he tallies above or below 20/5/5 and add or subtract it from those +20/-8/+22 margin.

In other words if he has another game like last night where he score 22 (+2) grabs 5rebs (+0) and dishes 3 ast (-2) then after that game he would be at

+20 +2 = +22pts

-8 +0 = -8rebs

+22 -2 = +20ast

and so on. As long as at the end of the year all the totals are at least +0, we have a 20/5/5 winner. What Reek really needs is just one big rebounding game. Grab 11 (+6) in one game or something, and he'd be right there.

Actually that came out as a complex description, but the idea/process really is simplictiy itself. Just addition and subtraction.

Reke has played in 54 games

For 20ppg its 20x54 = 1080

For 5reb/ast its 5x54= 270

Reke has:

1100pts (+20 more than he needs)

262rebs (-8 fewer than he needs)

292ast (+22 more than he needs)

So every game you can just take the points/rebs/ast he tallies above or below 20/5/5 and add or subtract it from those +20/-8/+22 margin.

In other words if he has another game like last night where he score 22 (+2) grabs 5rebs (+0) and dishes 3 ast (-2) then after that game he would be at

+20 +2 = +22pts

-8 +0 = -8rebs

+22 -2 = +20ast

and so on. As long as at the end of the year all the totals are at least +0, we have a 20/5/5 winner. What Reek really needs is just one big rebounding game. Grab 11 (+6) in one game or something, and he'd be right there.

Actually that came out as a complex description, but the idea/process really is simplictiy itself. Just addition and subtraction.