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Archives for: June 2010

06/30/10

The Best Show in the World !
NBA Games Highlights from the Playoffs Final Series !

... Lakers vs Boston Celtics Highlights ~ The 7 Games Short Recap ! ...

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06/29/10

Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions:
A Shot Made from Under the Hoop ~ Rule & Statistics

Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions
"... A player takes a shot from under the hoop, he throws the ball up and it passes the hoop from below, then falls back down and passes the hoop from above, like in an ordinary shot.

Is this shot legal and its score is calculated normally?

What is the correct rule and, specially, the statistical register if this shot is not legal ? ..."

It is a violation: the ball must enter the basket ONLY from above.

"..... Travel, kick or fist - no player shall travel ( run with ball ), kick it, strike it with the fist, or cause it to enter and pass through the basket from below..."

basketball shot under the basket
Photograph: The Star

Penalty:
The ball becomes dead or remains dead when the violation occurs. Ball is awarded to a nearby opponent for a throw-in at the out-of-bounds spot nearest the violation.

eBA Basketball Statistical Registration:
FGA for the "shooter" and 'Team Rebound' for the defensive team.

See in our forum the 'field goals attempts' topics and the exposition "Basketball Field Goals Statistical Analysis" at eBA ONLINE.

All the terms in this answer are explained widely at The Global Basketball Encyclopedia and in eBA ONLINE.

( 'Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions'
is a Series of Notes edited every Tuesday )

This topic is resumed in the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System
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06/28/10


Basketball Books Review: This week eBA DVICE !
Taking Shots: Tall Tales, Bizarre Battles, and the Incredible Truth About the NBA by Keith Glass

Taking Shots:
Tall Tales, Bizarre Battles,
and the Incredible Truth About the NBA
By: Keith Glass

The NBA is in trouble. And as NBA agent Keith Glass describes it–he's part of the problem! If team owners are willing to throw millions of dollars his way for marginal players, why should he be the only one with the self–restraint to say "no?"

In his insightful, funny, and often mind–numbingly bizarre tales of life in the NBA, Keith Glass lets it fly from half–court.

He'll tell you how we got to the present state–where an agent who makes millions off the game can't sit through one...

He'll also tell you why our NBA stars couldn't capture Olympic gold; why one of the greatest high school players he ever saw ended up in Attica prison instead of the NBA; why selfishness has attached itself to the league; and why the game he loves is in dire need of help.

With informative chapters such as "How to Feed Your Family on Only $14 Million a Year," "Eighty–one Feet of White Centers," and "From 6'11" to the 7–Eleven," Keith Glass shatters the myth of NBA marketing: that everything about the game is great, that tickets are worth over $100 apiece, and that as long as the fans in the luxury boxes are happy and weighed down with jerseys and merchandise, all is well.

But have no fear! Keith Glass will not preach about the evils of highlight film slam–dunks and gangsta rap tattoos–he'll just have you falling down laughing as he flagrantly fouls the league that was once the home of Michael Jordan, Earvin 'Magic' Johnson, and Larry Bird–not to mention Wilt Chamberlain, Bill Russell, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and all the greats in between.

Keith Glass has coached basketball at the high school and college levels (he was an assistant coach at UCLA), and has been a longtime agent for NBA players. He lives in Rumson, New Jersey, with his wife, Aylin Guney Glass, who played professional basketball in Turkey. He is the father of five children—Sami, Tyler, Alex, Maggie, and Lucas.

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Taking Shots: Tall Tales, Bizarre Battles, and the Incredible Truth About the NBA by Keith Glass


• Author: Keith Glass
• Formats: Book & eBook
• Book Edition Number of Pages: 306 ~ 9.1 x 6.4 x 1.1 inches
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• Book Publisher: HarperEntertainment
• Publishing Date: February 27, 2007
• eBook Publisher: HarperCollins e-books
• eBook Edition: October 13, 2009
• Book Edition Binding: Hardcover
• Book Edition Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
• Language: English

 • Also available: In the new eBook format

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06/27/10

Sunday's Reflexions on Basketball Statistics:
Does Basketball Defense Win Championships ?

Basketball Statistician's Sunday's Reflexions
Is defense more consistent than offense ?

Does defense win championships ?

Has the eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis System actually tried to confirm that?

The data from the eBA System Archives proves that there's no fairly large benefit resulting from being offensive oriented or defensive oriented.

Effective teams, specially at the European championship level teams, from where our Archives are operated, have a tendency to be effective at both ends.

basketball defense,Ty Lawson,North Carolina Tar Heels,Dante Cunningham,Dwayne Anderson,Villanova Wildcats,NCAA
Photograph: from Streeter Lecka at Raleigh-Durham

You can hear that defense is more consistent than offense is really not a proper alignment.

It is possible that there is some little evidence that defense may be more significant than offense for winning a championship but in general, however, great champs are very effective at both ends of the floor.

When we analyzed the losing contestant team is where we found they were very effective at one end of the floor and deficient at the other.

In those cases, the losing contestant team was inclined to be a defensive oriented team.

A selected excerpt from the discussions at the eBA Annual Analysis System Clinic Chat about this topic "Basketball Possessions".

This topic is resumed in the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System
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06/26/10

eBA 2010 Best Basketball Clip Candidate

' ZigTech Slash ! ' with John Wall

... ' ZigTech Slash ! ' with John Wall ...

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06/25/10

Friday Press Clippings:
Placing Kobe Bryant's Career in Historical Context

Basketball Statistician's Friday Press Clippings
From 20 Second Timeout
By David Friedman
Download source here: ' Placing Kobe Bryant's Career in Historical Context ' by David Friedman

"... The following examples are not intended to dispute or diminish the greatness of Jordan, Johnson and Bird, three players who--by any reasonable standard--must be ranked among the 10 best basketball players of all-time; the point is that they have gradually become viewed as flawless icons instead of human beings who accomplished a lot but also made mistakes, had bad games and were far from perfect.

Keeping that in mind, here are some things that Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson and Larry Bird "would never do"--except for the fact that they actually did ! ..."

"... It is interesting that although most "stat gurus" and many media members insist that Bryant should not even be compared with Jordan many of the players and coaches who competed against both players think that Jordan and Bryant are very similar and some have asserted that Bryant is actually greater than Jordan. ..."

"... It is obvious to any objective observer that Bryant is the closest thing to Jordan since Jordan retired; they have similar body types, for most of their careers they played the same position in the same offensive system for the same coach and they both were the dominant winners in their sport during their respective careers. ... "

"... I have consistently said that I consider Jordan to be greater than Bryant both in terms of accomplishments and overall skill set. Bryant is gaining ground in the first category and is not real far behind in the second department but even after Bryant's "Jordanesque" playoff runs from 2008-10 I would still take Jordan over Bryant in both regards. ..."

"... If I did not understand statistics and/or had some kind of agenda, I would be tempted to say that the above numbers--particularly regarding assists--"prove" that the Lakers are better off when Bryant passes less frequently; of course, such a comment would ignore the perils of making broad conclusions based on a small sample size, it would disregard the very real possibility that Bryant's assist numbers may not be accurate (I have repeatedly documented numerous occasions involving other players when NBA scorekeepers handed out assists that do not meet the rulebook requirements) and--most significantly--it would reflect a simple-minded view of the game by suggesting that the complex interactions of 10 players can be understood by looking at one player's production in one statistical category. ..."

"... Kobe Bryant will be remembered as the best player and most consistent champion of the immediate "post Michael Jordan era"--and I am very proud of the extensive, in depth and objective coverage that I have provided about Bryant. ..."

"... No player has ever singlehandedly won a championship in a team sport but most championship teams have one player who sets the tone with a combination of talent, work ethic, determination, leadership and clutch play. ..."

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To read today's 'Press Clippings' in Spanish, click this week above on the 'Español' tab or afterwards click here: ' La desventaja como elemento de motivación de un equipo ' by Universia Knowledge.


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06/24/10

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts:
Basic Basketball Turnovers Statistics Breakdown

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
We have at the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System a basic breakdown of turnovers related to the following two percentages:

1) Opponent turnovers that result in our team steals

2) Opponent turnovers forced that weren't recorded as our team steals

Now, what percentage of all turnovers are steals, and what percentage are non-steal turnovers ?

Kobe Bryant helps force Dwyane Wade into nine turnovers as the Lakers win their first meeting with Miami this season.
Photograph: PE.com

From the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System archives:

51.4 % of Total Team Turnovers are finally recorded as a steal for the other team: Forced Turnovers.

Therefore 48.6 % of all turnovers are of the non-steal classification: Unforced Turnovers.

Total Team Turnovers are (on average) more than two times the number of opponent steals.

There is some different versions about how many of these Team TO are registered over a season.

But basically you have 3 classes of TO: steals (Forced by the Opponent) ; non-steals attributed to individuals (Unforced); and 'other' team TO (as shot-clock violations).

Each one of these TO cases and the eBA Statistical Registration are described and analyzed in the exposition "Basketball Turnovers Analysis" at the eBA Clinics.

Excerpts of a discussion at the eBA Annual Basketball Statistics Clinic

Read More at eBA CLINICS ONLINE, search "basketball turnovers" in this blog and consult the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System.

( 'Basketball Registering Stats Referred Concepts'
is a Series of Notes edited every Thursday )

This topic is resumed in the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System
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06/23/10

The Best Show in the World !
NBA Games Highlights from the Last Week ~ Playoffs Game 7!

... Lakers vs Boston Celtics Highlights Game 7 Short Recap ! ...

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06/22/10

Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions:
Correctable Referee's Error Rule & Statistics

Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions
"... Game under FIBA rules: Team A is on team fouls and the marker is up at the control table showing it. Player A1 commits the 5th. A team foul but instead of awarding the free throws to Team B, one of the officials gave possession to Team B who scored a basket.

The referees on the table buzzed and points out the error of the missed free throws. May the officials give the basket as good and award the "forgotten" free-throws, because it is a "correctable official error" ?

What is the correct rule and, specially, the statistical register of this play ? ..."

the referee and the scorkeepers
Photograph: CSD Eagles

In the year 2000 FIBA modified the Correctable Error rule, so that in this situation if a basket was scored, you can't award also the free throws: it would be penalizing the offending team twice.

Till the 1999 FIBA basketball season the official would have been correct in giving the basket as good and award the "forgotten" free-throws ( and actually also at the NCAA as they has not yet adopted this amendment ).

But after the modification, meanwhile the error of the official is still within the correctable error time structure, the new rule (58.3.3) means that the missed free throws should have been ignored and the ball should have been awarded to Team B on the baseline ( with the possibility of running the baseline as after any successful basket )

See in our forum the 'correctable error' topics and the exposition "Basketball Possessions Statistical Analysis" at eBA ONLINE.

All the terms in this answer are explained widely at The Global Basketball Encyclopedia and in eBA ONLINE.

( 'Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions'
is a Series of Notes edited every Tuesday )

This topic is resumed in the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System
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06/20/10

06/19/10

eBA 2010 Best Basketball Clip Candidate

' Fireball ! ' with Pau Gasol

... ' Fireball ! ' with Pau Gasol ...

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06/18/10

Friday Press Clippings:
Are NBA rebounds consistent because of talent or opportunities ?

Basketball Statistician's Friday Press Clippings
From Sabermetric Research
By Phil Birnbaum
Download source here: ' Stumbling on Wins: Are NBA rebounds consistent because of talent or opportunities? ' by Phil Birnbaum

"... When we look at consistency, ... we see that 90% of the variation in a player's per-minute rebounds is explained by a player's per-minute rebounds the previous season. There appear to be no statistics in baseball or football that are as consistent as rebounds in basketball. ..."

"... When the authors say "there are no statistics in baseball as consistent as rebounds" ... well, they didn't include saves. I don't know for sure if saves have a higher r-squared or not, but I'd certainly be willing to bet they do. ..."

"... Well, it's probably true that NBA players have spent more time in games than NFL players, but I'm not sure why that's important. Why does playing fewer games (but still a lot of games -- a regular lot, rather than a huge lot) make you less consistent? ... "

"... In that case, you might see a QB go from 20% to 25% in some measure more often than a basketball player goes from 20% to 25% in a similar measure. But if that were true, wouldn't the QB be improving throughout his entire career, given that he plays only 16 games a season? ..."

"... See? It's just opportunities. Those other explanations, about teammates an inexperience, might be factors too. But they're minor factors at best, and, without evidence, they're just speculation. ..."

"... The "opportunities" for rebounds aren't playing time opportunities, but rebounding opportunities. The idea is that every player has a different chance of being in position to handle the rebound. ..."

"... Another way to say this is that "a good metric must properly take account of differences in opportunities" (which is really your argument).

We can't evaluate a running back based on yards gained if we don't know how many carries he had. We can't evaluate a QB's passing yards without knowing his attempts.

And we can't properly evaluate a rebounder without understanding how many effective rebound opportunities his team gave him (a statistic which isn't recorded). ..."

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To read today's 'Press Clippings' in Spanish, click this week above on the 'Español' tab or afterwards click here: ' Factores que determinan el proceso de formación del jugador de baloncesto ' by Pedro Sáenz-López and others.


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TED: Ideas Worth Spreading
John Wooden: Coaching for people, not points

... John Wooden: Coaching for people, not points ...

Listen to today's TED Talk in Spanish with Manu Ginóbili at Blogs eBA !


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06/17/10

06/16/10

The Best Show in the World !
NBA Games Highlights from this Week 35 ~ Playoffs Game 6!

... Lakers vs Boston Celtics Highlights Game 6 ! ...

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06/15/10

06/13/10

06/12/10

eBA 2010 Best Basketball Clip Candidate

' We Have Already Witnessed ! ' with Michael Jordan

... ' We Have Already Witnessed ! ' with Michael Jordan ...

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06/11/10

Friday Press Clippings:
Statistical Tests for the Hot-Hand in Basketball in a Controlled Setting

Basketball Statistician's Friday Press Clippings
From University of Wisconsin
By Robert L. Wardrop
Download source here: ' Statistical Tests for the Hot-Hand in Basketball in a Controlled Setting ' by Robert L. Wardrop

"... When I watch basketball on television, it is a common occurrence to have an announcer state that some player has the hot-hand. This raises the question: Are Bernoulli trials an adequate model for the
outcomes of successive shots in basketball? ..."

"... In this paper I consider a statistical analysis of basketball shooting in a controlled (practice) setting, with special interest in the hot-hand. ..."

"... Throughout the two papers the researchers refer to the alternative as being “the hot-hand.” For the two test statistics considered, the runs test and the test of fit, the hot-hand alternative, whether it means autocorrelation or nonstationarity, is naturally a one-sided alternative and should therefore, in my opinion, have a one-sided test. ... "

"... Each player attempted 100 shots from a location at which he or she was believed to be about a 50 percent shooter. Before each shot a player would bet high or low and was advised to bet high if and only if he or she felt confident about the pending attempt. A success on a high bet would earn the shooter five cents, while a miss would cost four cents; for a low bet the values were two and one cents, respectively. The data analysis strategy and conclusions are presented in the following passage, ..."

"... In summary, there are several reasons to believe that Katie’s shooting is more complex than Bernoulli trials. The frequency and size of the hot-hand may or may not match the expectations of many persons, but it is too simplistic, I believe, to assume that Bernoulli trials are always appropriate.

The reader is encouraged to collect data and use the ideas of this paper to analyze them. ..."

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To read Today's 'Press Clippings' in Spanish, click this week above on the 'Español' tab or afterwards click here: ' Qué es la Valoración ACB Neta ? ' by Francisco Navarro.


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06/10/10

Statistician's Digest: Basketball Registering Statistics Case Studies

Basketball Statistician's Digest:
May 2010 eBA sketball Statistics Case Study Conclusion

Basketball Statistics eBA Case Study
Different Situations in a Basketball FT... Case Study

"... A1 shoots a free throw and fails to hit the rim.


 • case a) A1’s failure to hit the rim is caused by B5, who jumps into the lane and bats A1’s throw away, or
 • case b) A1’s shot misses without any responsibility on the part of Team B, or
 • case c) A1’s shot misses and A1 steps into the lane too early, or
 • case d) A1’s shot misses and A3 steps into the lane too early, or
 • case e) A1’s shot misses but B5 steps into the lane too early.

What is the statistical registration according to the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System in each one of the given situations, including the type of the registration ( close, long, disputed or undisputed rebound, etc...) ... ?"

Conclusion:
eBA System Statistics Fundamentals:
A player should not be charged for a shot from the field influenced by the illegal actions of himself or herself, or any teammates or opponents unless the shot results in a FGM.

Different Situations in a Basketball Free Throw
Photograph from flickr

eBA Basketball Statistical Registration:

• In (a) do not charge A1 with a FTA, B5 will be charged with a Class B technical and Team A will receive two free throws. Charge B5 with an Unforced Turnover in the TF category and Team A with an Unforced Steal;

• in (b) the violation will be the only one penalized. Therefore, charge A1 with a FTA and credit Team B with a dead-ball rebound;

• in (c) do not charge A1 with a FTA, charge A1 with an Unforced Turnover unless Team A retains the ball. The violation for stepping into the lane caused the ball to become dead before the shot missed the rim;

• in (d) do not charge A1 with a FTA, charge A1 with an Unforced Turnover unless Team A retains the ball. The violation for stepping into the lane caused the ball to become dead before the shot missed the rim;

• in (e) this will be ruled a double violation and the possession will be determined by the alternating-possession rule. Charge A1 with an Unforced Turnover unless Team A retains the ball.

This Case Study was presented as every 10th. day of each month, on May 10th, 2010 in our eBA Portal: were sent 287 answers, 221 partial answers and 46 totally correct, that's means including all the options, registrations and qualifications.

A Six Month Free eBA Full Member Registration
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Go today to the eBA Portal to resolve this month eBA Basketball Case Study !

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Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts:
When a Shooting Foul is called ? - Statistics Registration

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
The concept that the player must make a throwing motion in order for it to be a shooting foul seems to convey no meaning. The player must intend to do so, but if contact prevents the completion of the shot, it can still be a shooting foul.

An example about this concept: A1 is a few feet away from the basket, facing the side of the backboard. When A1 starts what appears to be a try for a goal, he is in front of the backboard and well positioned to score. B1 illegally bumps A1 while A1 is airborne, moving A1 to a position where he is now behind the backboard. A1 (still airborne) now realises that a shot is impossible from behind the backboard, so he passes the ball to A2, who is standing near the free throw line.

basketball shooting foul
Photograph from Sports Bar

The referee must call a foul on B1 and award two shots to A1, as he was in the act of shooting when the contact happened, on the contrary it would penalise the shooter because he was smart enough to try and continue playing. The fact that he eventually passed the ball is really of no consequence.

Every time the official judges that the player is making a continuous attempt for goal, they get shots, no matter how early in the drive the contact occurs, no matter in the drive is completed or no.

The eBA statistics registration is simple: a made foul and a received foul and the result of the free throws, simply. If there was a pass before the action, it would be considered an assist with foul. See in the Stats Forums the posts about basketball assists.

Excerpts of a discussion at the eBA Annual Basketball Statistics Clinic

Read More at eBA CLINICS ONLINE, search "shooting foul" in this blog and consult the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System.

( 'Basketball Registering Stats Referred Concepts'
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This topic is resumed in the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System
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06/09/10

The Best Show in the World !
NBA Games Highlights from this Week 34 ~ Playoffs !

... Lakers vs Boston Celtics Highlights Game 3 ! ...

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06/08/10

Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions:
Is it Possible to Register a Double Foul ?

Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions
"... A player goes to the basket with the ball, two defenders go to stop him and make contact:

1) Is it possible to call a personal foul on both defenders if they make contact with the offensive player ?

2) What is, in this case, the stats rule ? If the answer to 1) is positive, both defenders receive a "Foul Made" ?

3) If so, the total of teams fouls made will not be real....

Which is the rule of this situation and, specially the statistician rule according to the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System ? ..."

Is it Possible to Register a Double Foul ?
Photograph: the east coast bias

eBA Basketball Statistical Registration=
This case is no so frequent, but possible. The call is about the first foul ignoring the subsequent. Only if the second contact is unsportsmanlike it is called.

No case that the stats-men rules both players a foul given: only to the first foul made in accordance with the referee's call.

See in our forum the 'double fouls' topics and the exposition "Basketball Personal Fouls Statistical Analysis" at eBA ONLINE.

All the terms in this answer are explained widely at The Global Basketball Encyclopedia and in eBA ONLINE.

( 'Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions'
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This topic is resumed in the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System
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06/07/10


Basketball Books Review: This Week eBA DVICE !
Same Knight, Different Channel By Jack Isenhour

Same Knight, Different Channel
By: Jack Isenhour

Basketball legend Bob Knight is fond of saying that he has never gotten over West Point. In Same Knight, Different Channel, Jack Isenhour takes him at his word.

A player on Knight’s first West Point team, Isenhour shows how the controversial coach has changed little from his early days at the academy, temper tantrums and all. Knight made up his mind there to "win-gotta win" and follows that philosophy to this day.

Knight’s sentiment was in step with the core value of "there is no substitute for victory" at West Point, where soldiers were being trained to fight and win the next war.

So it came as little surprise following Knight’s 18-8 record in his inaugural 1965-66 season-a season in which the twenty-five-year-old hot-headed coach berated officials, totaled chairs, and got into his first shouting match with an athletic director-that West Point chose to keep the young Coach Bob Knight on.
What’s a tantrum or two in the name of winning? With that, "Bobby T" was born. Knight’s bad-boy persona-the hair-trigger temper, the acting out, and the defiance-was codified as at least tolerable, if not acceptable, behavior.

Relying on firsthand experiences and interviews with teammates, administrators, and Knight himself, Isenhour traces the pattern of misbehavior established during Knight’s inaugural year at West Point, during his last days at Indiana, and to his reemergence at Texas Tech.

The result is the most even-handed portrait of Knight to date. In a narrative both lively and irreverent, Same Knight, Different Channel demonstrates who Knight is today and shows how he was shaped by his experiences at West Point, ending with a thought-provoking discussion of just what it takes to play, coach, and win in the high-pressure world of college basketball...."

Jack Isenhour an award-winning television journalist, was a seldom-used guard on Bob Knight's first Army basketball (1965-66). His premise is that the Knight we know today--controversial, temperamental, successful--was forged by his tenure at West Point when he became the Cadets' head coach at the ridiculously young age of 25. The raw material was there: a fierce competitor in high school and college, Knight was the kid skidding around the court diving after loose balls.

When Army coach Tates Locke resigned to take another position, he recommended that his young assistant succeed him. Knight's inherent competitiveness flourished at West Point during the Vietnam era.
He developed a style--stifling defense, patient offense--that maximized the skills of players who were not big and not heavily recruited.

Filled with great anecdotes from former players and Isenhour's self-deprecating replays of his time--yesterday and today--with Knight, this is a compelling look at the early career of a man who will soon become the winningest college coach in history.

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GOODBYE, MAESTRO ! Legendary John Wooden dies at 99

GOODBYE, MAESTRO ! Legendary John Wooden dies at 99
John Wooden, college basketball's gentlemanly Wizard of Westwood who built one of the greatest dynasties in all of sports at UCLA and became one of the most revered coaches ever, has died. He was 99.

The university said Wooden died Friday night of natural causes at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, where he had been since May 26.

Wooden remained beloved by many of his former players, several of whom visited him in recent days to say their goodbyes.

Among them was Bill Walton, whose voice caught as he spoke of the man he hailed as a teacher first and a coach second.

"He's the greatest," Walton said the night before Wooden's death. "We love him."

Jamaal Wilkes said he recognized what he called "that little glint" in Wooden's pale blue eyes.

During his second visit Wednesday night, Wilkes asked Wooden if he recognized him.

"His glasses fogged up, and he had to clean his glasses," Wilkes said. "He looked at me and said, 'I remember you, now go sit down.'"

GOODBYE, MAESTRO ! Legendary John Wooden dies at 99
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Los Angeles Dodgers manager Joe Torre and current UCLA coach Ben Howland were among Wooden's final visitors.

"I just enjoyed him and the twinkle in his eye," Howland said, noting Wooden told a few jokes from his hospital bed. "I'm just the steward of this program. It's always going to be his program."

Jim Harrick is the only coach in the post-Wooden era at UCLA to win a national championship. When the Bruins reached the 1995 Final Four in Seattle, Harrick repeatedly urged Wooden to attend. He had stopped going after his wife died 10 years earlier.
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"You don't know how stubborn he was," Harrick said by phone from Orange County, Calif. "Finally, he did come, and it was a tremendous thrill."

With his signature rolled-up game program in hand, Wooden led the Bruins to 10 NCAA championships, including an unmatched streak of seven in a row from 1967 to 1973.

Over 27 years, he won 620 games, including 88 straight during one historic stretch, and coached many of the game's greatest players such as Walton and Lew Alcindor - later known as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

"It's kind of hard to talk about Coach Wooden simply, because he was a complex man. But he taught in a very simple way. He just used sports as a means to teach us how to apply ourselves to any situation," Abdul-Jabbar said in a statement released through UCLA.

"He set quite an example. He was more like a parent than a coach. He really was a very selfless and giving human being, but he was a disciplinarian. We learned all about those aspects of life that most kids want to skip over. He wouldn't let us do that."

Wooden is the only person to be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame as both a player and a coach.

The eBA Stats Group Pay Tribute to John Wooden ! GOODBYE, MAESTRO !... and Thanks for All You Have Done !

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06/04/10

Friday Press Clippings:
Defining the Value of a Superstar

Basketball Statistician's Friday Press Clippings
From 20 Second Timeout
By David Friedman
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"... How exactly should a player’s value be defined? One way to answer this question is to look at the player’s impact on his own team.

At 82Games.com, Roland Beech compiles several statistics that, taken together, give an indication of which players are most important to the performance of their teams.

"On court" and "off court," as the names suggest, reflect a team’s net points per 100 possessions when a given player is on the court and off the court respectively. ... "

"... A player’s on court and off court numbers are of course affected by the performances of his teammates so it is difficult to project whether a player would do better or worse on a different team.

A player whose numbers are boosted by being surrounded by talented players may not be able to be that productive on a weaker team; conversely, a superstar who is surrounded by a weak supporting cast may have his numbers dragged down by his teammates’ miscues. ..."

"... These statistics alone do not definitively answer the question of who was the NBA’s Most Valuable Player but they lend some context to the discussion. ..."

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06/03/10

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts:
The PPR - Assist/Turnover Rating

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
The PPR - Assist/Turnover Rating is an assist to turnover ratio which is much better than the simple assists divided by turnovers ratio which is often used by the media.

Turnovers were not kept as an official stat by the NBA prior to the 1977-78 season so PPR is only displayed or accurate after this that season.

This formula was used by John Hollinger in his book Pro Basketball Forecast: 2005-06 (Pro Basketball Prospectus).

PPR - Assist / Turnover Rating = (((ASTS*.66)-TO)*100) / Minutes

We modify, apply and discuss this method in the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis Clinics: from the 2nd. Exposition "Basketball Statistical Formulas Revision".

Excerpts of a discussion at the eBA Annual Basketball Statistics Clinic

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06/02/10

Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions:
Loose Ball and pushed by own teammate

Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions
"... Loose ball and Team B player gets the ball and turns very quickly to shoot at the basket, but when he goes up for the shot he is pushed by another Team B player in the loose ball struggle yet.

The official blew the whistle and then realized that it was his own teammate that had contact with him.

Which is the rule of this situation and, specially the statistician rule according to the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System ? ..."

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In an inadvertent whistle situation like this, the official must determine where the ball was at the time of the whistle:

1) the ball is still in the shooter's hands: ball becomes dead immediately, no goal can be scored, and team B gets the ball back. No statistical register, out of the play-by-play story.

2) the ball was in the air: the goal counts if it goes, and the games goes with a jump ball or the Alternating Possession arrow, its depends by the league.

3) if the ball had been secured on a rebound already: that team receives the ball for a throw-in.

See in our forum the 'loose balls' topics and the exposition "Basketball Posessions Statistical Analysis" at eBA ONLINE.

All the terms in this answer are explained widely at The Global Basketball Encyclopedia and in eBA ONLINE.

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