I think the articles on Anthony, James, and Howard mainly talk about single-game performances from this season, rather than trends and averages. (Admittedly, I don't look at those articles too closely. There may very well be material in those articles that should go.)
Sentences like "He has played in every game the Orlando Magic have played this season, scoring in all but 3" are likely to require updating. Even the first sentence ("During the 2009-2010 season, Redick has seen vastly increased playing time, being the primary back-up shooting guard to 8-time NBA all-star swingman Vince Carter") may need updating, depending on what happens with the Magic's rotation. And his scoring average from one month is probably not of long-term significance, and would need to be removed eventually.
I'm sorry if I seem like a pain, but I've been watching NBA articles for a long time, and I know that dated statements can sit for years if no one does anything about it. That's why I think it's far better to wait until a season is over. Zagalejo^^^ 20:31, 10 March 2010 (UTC)