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Archives for: September 2010

09/30/10

09/29/10

Life and Sports Motivational Videos:
Do You Feel You Are Givin Up ?

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09/28/10

Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions:
Offensive Foul and Forced Turnover

Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions
"... When a player commits an offensive foul but he's still able to make the basket ?

When is forced turnover and when is unforced ?

What about the proper ruling and the statistical registration according to the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis
System
? ..."


Basketball Statistics Registration Fundamentals=
From the eBA Encyclopedia: If a shooter has the ball, then makes illegal contact with the defender, a charging foul, and then releases the ball, the basket if made does not counts. This concept includes ALL basketball rules and leagues.

A Basketball Offensive Foul and Forced Turnover
Photograph: The Sacramento Bee

Explaining: The so called "airborne shooter" rule have been experimented by US rules, and currently NBA, WNBA and NCAA use this rule, which extends the time period of offensive player control until an airborne shooter returns to the ground after releasing the shot.

In NCAA Men's rules and FIBA, if a shooter charges an opponent after releasing the ball, the basket, if made, shall count.

eBA Basketball Statistical Registration=
If the charge is "caused" by the defender's position and action, the turnover is charged to the shooter as a "forced" one, so the steal registered to the defender. In all the other cases, in which the foul is caused by a push or a wrong action of the shooter without real intervention of the defender, the turnover charged to the shooter and the steal registered to the defender are "unforced".

Among others, this case of statistical registration is being studied and analyzed in the current Basketball Creative Analysis Webinar at eBA ONLINE.

See in our forum the 'offensive fouls' topics and the exposition "Basketball 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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09/27/10

Permalink 15:47:12, Categories: Statistics, Statisticians & Roles, Terminology  

eBA Encyclopedia Statistics Terminology: Mean, Mode & Median

eBA Encyclopedia Statistics Terminology
"... The mode is the most frequently occurring value in a set of discrete data.

There can be more than one mode if two or more values are equally common.

Suppose the results of an end of shooting test results were distributed as follows:

Player       Score
1.................94
2.................81
3.................56
4.................90
5.................70
6.................65
7.................90
8.................90
9.................30

Mean, Mode & Median


Then the mode (most common score) is 90, and the median (middle score) is
81. ..."

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09/26/10

Sunday's Reflexions on Basketball Statistics:
The Pace Factor and the Defensive Efficiency:
Which team controls the game's pace ?

Basketball Statistician's Sunday's Reflexions
Which team controls the pace of the game ? For instance, if Team A (90.6 poss/g) and Team B (96.7 poss/g) played, which team would control the pace ? As might be expected it would be somewhere in the middle (93.7 poss/g) or could one team give direction to the pace involving only main features ? By the way, which team has had the advantage of controlling the pace... the drudgery team or the up-tempo team? Can a team to use pace as a strategic advantage ?

What is the importance of determining which team controls pace: Does it matter ?
Somebody can prove that a team actually gain an advantage by controlling pace ?
What says the work of the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis to determine whether it's true to determine that a team's ability to control pace could be important ?

About this topic of who controls tempo, it seems to me that the real question is: for whom is it more important to limit fast break points ? All teams obviously want to reduce them, but for whom is it most important ?

This discussion always leads to the question whether "controlling the tempo" is anything different from being able to successfully run one's sets and being able to keep the other team from being able to successfully run their sets. There, I think, two sides of the question:

1) Can teams gain a significant edge by forcing a given tempo. Can you can build a team to play well at a certain pace (fast/slow), and then force your opponents to play at that pace?

2) Are there teams that do particularly good jobs at controlling the tempo based on in game situation? It's obviously better to play slow when you are ahead and fast when you are behind (all other things being equal). Do certain teams do this significantly better than others?

The Pace Factor and the Defensive EfficiencyPhotograph: Mike Fratello ~ The Czar

Is really the 'pace' the best factor to evaluate the cheerful compliance of a team to run ? I think it better bespeaks which teams, ascribable to endowment or strategy, force turnovers, rebound defensively well, and drop out a good opponent shooting percentage.

Possessions per game is a estimate for pace not processed or subjected to analysis.
Unsatisfactory offensive rebounding teams will look quicker than they in actual fact are, as will good defensive rebounding teams: due to the fact that offensive rebounds for one or the other team result in longer possessions, which entails a smaller number of possessions per 40 or 48 minutes.
A high FG% by one or the other team also changes downward offensive rebounds and therefore exaggerates possessions per minute.

Now, are there statistics efficaciously measuring team defense/offense and the pace factor: is right to state that high pace teams normally have bad defenses ?

Briefly to continue the question at the eBA Clinics: looking at the eBA Basketball Euroleague Games Archives. we established the quickest 28 teams throughout 10 years history and only 5 were under average on defensive efficiency compared to league at that time. So, speaking about top teams, fast pace doesn't at all times go with lacking defensive efficiency.

Selected excerpts from the discussions at the eBA Annual Analysis System Clinic Chat about this topic "Basketball Pace Factor".

This topic is resumed in the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System
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09/25/10

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09/24/10

Friday Press Clippings:
Diminishing Returns and the Value of Offensive and Defensive Rebounds

Basketball Statistician's Friday Press Clippings
From Count the Basket
By Andrew Gelman
Download source here: ' Diminishing Returns and the Value of Offensive and Defensive Rebounds ' by Andrew Gelman

"... The idea behind diminishing returns in basketball is that in some areas of the game, players aren’t just competing with the five opposing players on the court, they’re also competing with their four teammates.

For example, no matter how many shot-creators/high-usage-players/ballhogs a team has, on each play the team can take at most one shot. Assemble a lineup of five players who each typically take 30% of their team’s shots when they’re in the game and something’s got to give. ..."

"... An initial hint that there could be diminishing returns for rebounding comes from the fact that the defense rebounds misses far more frequently than the offense. Last season 73% of missed shots were rebounded by the defense while 27% were rebounded by the offense.

One might be tempted to say that there must be diminishing returns for defensive rebounds - even if a defensive player tried and failed to grab a rebound, his teammates still would have got it over 70% of the time.

But this actually does not follow, and thus the offense/defense split fails to provide evidence for diminishing returns. ..."

"... One might think that this isn’t that big of a deal since coaches take into account a lot more than just rebounding in deciding who to play together. In addition, some coaches might go the other direction and pair up good rebounders to have an even greater advantage on the glass.

And because of factors such as foul trouble, injuries, and roster limitations, ultimately teams are going to give minutes to all variety of lineup combinations.

All of these rationales would seem to mitigate the impact of lineup choices on the marginal value of a rebound, but in reality the impact is large and pervasive because of an obvious but overlooked way in which teams balance their lineups. ... "

"... What’s the upshot of all this research? Are diminishing returns a factor in rebounding? If they are, how large a factor are they? Do player offensive rebounds contribute more to team offensive rebound totals than player defensive rebounds contribute to team defensive rebound totals?

Should players from some positions be credited more for their rebounds than players from other positions? How should rebounding we weighted relative to scoring and other aspects of the game?

I think we can come to some preliminary conclusions for some of these questions. Given the data showing that the slopes for defensive rebounding are consistently lower than the slopes for offensive rebounding, and that defensive rebounding slopes are far below one even when controlling for position, it does look like diminishing returns have a significant effect on defensive rebounding.

I also think it’s definitely worth considering the possibility that rebounds from different positions are worth different amounts on the team level, though one would need to look at a larger sample of data than I did here to establish the different values. ..."

Read more articles in Count the Basket.

To read today's 'Press Clippings' in Spanish, click this week above on the 'Español' tab or afterwards click here: ' Análisis de las Diferencias en el Juego en Función del Género y Categoria de loa Jugadores ' by Ibáñez, S. J.; Feu, S. y Dorado, G. .


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09/23/10

Permalink 10:18:38, Categories: Basketball, Statistics, Statisticians & Roles, Formulas  

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts:
The Points Saved Concept and Formula

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
Points Saved is a stat introduced by John Hollinger ( an influential figure in the field the quantitative analysis of
basketball ) to measure individual defense and here is his description form his book Pro Basketball Forecast (Pro Basketball Prospectus):

"The idea is to take the minutes a player played in each game, multiply it by the team's points allowed in that game, and compare it to how many points the team actually gave up with the player on the court. From that, we determine his defensive value by the difference between "expected points" and the actual points -- something I call "points saved".

The formula is as follows:

Points Saved = ((MIN/tmMIN) * oppPTS) - oncourtoppPTS
Pro Basketball Forecast

where oppPTS is the opponents points scored in games in which the player played, and oncourtoppPTS is the opponents points scored while the player was on the court.

As an extension, Hollinger also developed a simpler formula that quantifies how impressive a player's individual performance is in a given game.

The Hollinger Game Score formula is:

(Points x 1.0) + (FGM x 0.4) + (FGA x -0.7) + ((FTA-FTM) x -0.4) + (OREB x 0.7) + (DREB x 0.3) + (STL x 1.0) + (AST x 0.7) + (BLK x 0.7) + (PF x -0.4) + (TO x -1.0)

The entire modern box score of the player is needed for calculation, including offensive and defensive rebounding, steals, blocks and turnovers.

I leave my commentaries about these formulas in the eBA Forums.

Excerpts of a discussion at the eBA Annual Basketball Statistics Clinic

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

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09/22/10

Destination Czech Republic 2010:
FIBA Basketball World Championship for Women 2010

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09/21/10

Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions:
Missed Shot - Ball OVER the Backboard

Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions
"... On a missed shot, the ball hits the rim and bounces over and behind the backboard.

The ball lands inbounds without touching the backboard supports. Is the ball still in play?

What about the proper ruling and the statistical registration according to the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System ? ..."


Basketball Statistics Registration Fundamentals=
From the eBA Encyclopedia: No. It is a violation ( see Definitions and Discussion at the Global Basketball Encyclopedia from the eBA Stats ONLINE ) and the ball should be awarded to the opponent team.

Missed Shot - Ball OVER the Backboard
Photograph: LIFE

Explaining: The top, front, sides, and bottom of the backboard are all inbounds. Only the back of the backboard is out of bounds. If the ball passes over the top of the board, however, it is out of bounds at all the leagues, with exception of the International FIBA Rules.

eBA Basketball Statistical Registration=
An offensive individual missed shot and a defensive team rebound according to the eBA Statistics Creative Analysis Study Cases Book

Find this situation analysis in the exposition " Basketball Rebounding " at eBA ONLINE.

See in our forum the 'OVER the Backboard' topics and the exposition "Basketball Turnovers 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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09/20/10


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Rebound Rules: The Art of Success 2.0 by Rick Pitino with Pat Forde


Rebound Rules ~ The Art of Success 2.0
By: Rick Pitino with Pat Forde


Rick Pitino is a basketball icon: the only coach in college history to lead three different schools to the Final Four, the winner of the 1996 NCAA championship, the owner of a sparkling career record, a estselling author, and a lock for the College Basketball Hall of Fame.

Yet Pitino's journey has not been without life-altering adversity:
He's experienced profound personal and professional losses.

In 2001, after three losing seasons as coach and president of the Boston Celtics, Pitino resigned, walking away from the $23 million left in his contract. And while recovering from the only breakdown in his extraordinary basketball career, Pitino—who had previously suffered the devastating loss of his infant son, Daniel—endured additional tragedies: His brother-in-law and best friend Billy Minardi, a trader at Cantor Fitzgerald, perished in the World Trade Center attacks of 9/11, less than a year after another brother-in-law had been fatally struck by a taxi. Pitino writes, "From that point on, my life changed forever. Nothing will ever be the same."

This realization gave Rick Pitino a new perspective. With it, the innovative leader felt the freedom to act even more dynamically than he ever had in the past. Returning to college basketball, he has rebuilt and revitalized the storied program at Louisville, guiding the Cardinals to a history-making Final Four appearance in 2005 that stamped him the only coach in history to take three schools that far.

And in 2008, he rallied an injury-plagued Louisville team from a disappointing start and led it to the Elite Eight, setting the stage for greater success to come.

The failures and tragedies he recounts make this book unique. More than just a recitation of what works and why, it's about how to succeed after you've failed; how to pick yourself up after being knocked down; and how to reframe yourself and see the world in a new light.

This is a comeback story, a manual for overcoming life's difficulties. Pitino has experienced success as an author with his tremendously popular books Success Is a Choice and Lead to Succeed, but in Rebound Rules: The Art of Success 2.0, he's crafted a book that's more deeply personal, more inspiring, more practical, and more powerful than any he's written before.

About the Author
Rick Pitino is the head coach at the University of Louisville. He boasts a 476–168 record, and has led three different teams to the Final Four (the only coach to do so). He won the NCAA Championship in 1996 with the University of Kentucky and has won the Southeastern Conference tournament championship five times. He was named National Coach of the Year in 1987. He lives in Louisville, Kentucky.

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09/19/10

Sunday's Reflexions on Basketball Statistics:
Network Analysis Of Basketball Passing Patterns

Basketball Statistician's Sunday's Reflexions
"This pilot study of college Basketball passing patterns revealed differences between teams on the dimension of concentrating the ball in one or two players' hands versus spreading out possession of the ball.

Depending upon a team's personnel, it appears that either approach can work. Future research can examine longer stretches of games and incorporate substitutions.

At least two additional aspects, necessitating greater complexity in one's analyses, can also be integrated:

Derrick Rose (L) of the U.S. passes behind as Angolas Divaldo Mbunga' FormulaPhotograph: Terra Deportes

Player movements to different parts of the floor can be mapped, in conjunction with the throwing and receiving of passes. The present study focused exclusively on whichplayers were passing to one another, regardless of physical locations.

In other words, no distinction was made between two instances involving the same pair of players where, for example, one time both players may have been on the perimeter when one passed to another, and another time one was on the perimeter and passed to the other player inside.

One could also attempt to map, for any given team, when shots get taken in relation to a team's passing sequence (and by whom)".

Reflexions from the research by Alan Reifman at Sunbelt Conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis.

Selected excerpts from the discussions at the eBA Annual Analysis System Clinic Chat about this topic "Basketball Player Statistics".

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09/18/10

eBA 2010 Best Basketball Clip Candidate

' Famous Failures ' Inspirational Video !

' Famous Failures ' Inspiring video on persevering
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09/17/10

Friday Press Clippings:
Why Statistics Work So Much Better In Baseball Than In Basketball

Basketball Statistician's Friday Press Clippings
From Not Qualified to Comment
By Stormin
Download source here: ' Why Statistics Work So Much Better In Baseball Than In Basketball ' by NQTC

"... I am a fierce believer in sabremetrics, which is the study of statistics in baseball to determine a player’s value in terms of wins, among other things. In baseball, a game can be distilled down to a certain number of one-on-one at-bats.

These are unique battles between pitchers and hitters that can be analyzed statistically. Since there are limited variables involved in each at-bat, those statistics can be relied upon to a great extent to determine a player’s individual value. ..."

"... Which brings me to basketball. In the last few years, John Hollinger has spurred a mainstream effort to utilize statistics in basketball in a similar way to how they have been used in baseball. The problem is basketball is a game of variables above all else.

As any statistician knows, the more variables there are, the harder it is to control for all of them in a statistical analysis.

Where baseball is limited to a one-on-one at-bat, every single play in basketball is affected by the other players around, the offensive philosophy, the defense, the pace, and many other factors. ..."

"... In my mind, basketball lends itself to the perfect blend of objectivity and subjectivity. Statistics help only so much; we still have to interpret what we see. Take Jason Kidd.

Why has he suddenly become a deadly three-point shooter at his advanced age? Because he isn’t carrying an offense or taking contested shots with the shot clock winding down like he had to in Jersey, that’s why. In Dallas, all he has to do is distribute the ball and shoot … when he’s open.

Now look at poor Dwyane Wade. He misses 70% of his threes — the only blemish on his MVP résumé — because his teammates stink, which means he has to hoist one or two contested, beat-the-clock bombs each game. ... "

"... The point here is that as much as I have utilized statistics to illustrate players values and how good teams are in my coverage of the Bulls and the NBA (using stats ranging from points per game and fg% to +/- and PER), I never truly believed those statistics could be used exclusive of other types of analysis to determine a player’s value. ..."

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To read today's 'Press Clippings' in Spanish, click this week above on the 'Español' tab or afterwards click here: ' Sucedió en Turquía ' by Juanma Rubio .


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09/16/10

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts:
To Calculate the Basketball Expected Wins

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
Commentary: The probabilities could be estimated by using information on teams' performances in the previously played games.
By example, if in the first 2/3 total games played of the season, Team A's winning percentage was .582, we could use .582 as the probability of winning each game.

However, in the NBA there is a significant difference between winning percents for home games and for games on the road.

See "Home & Road Stats: friendly stats-man" Discussion at the eBA Forums.
Another reference to this calculation, the quality of the opponent would raise or lower that Winning Percentage probability.

To Calculate the Expected Wins
Photograph: The Age

What is the Pace Factor ?: Is an estimate of the number of possessions per 40 or 48 minutes by a team and its opponents.

What are the Offensive and Defensive Efficiency ?:
Offensive Efficiency is an estimate of the number of points scored per 100 possessions.

Defensive Efficiency is an estimate of the number of points allowed per 100 possessions.

The three formulas and the thematic is discussed in the eBA Forums in the topic Formulas & Comments.

Excerpts of a discussion at the eBA Annual Basketball Statistics Clinic

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

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09/15/10

Destination Turkey 2010 - Turkey vs USA:
FIBA Basketball World Championship 2010 Final Highlights

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09/14/10

Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions:
Only if the Dribble is Live

Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions
"... Can a player, after taking two steps towards the basket (supposedly to take a shot), stop and begin to pivot?

Basically, can the player, after initiating the two-step count, stop and reestablish their pivot? (I think I see Shaq do this all the time...)

What about the proper ruling and the statistical registration according to the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System ? ..."


Basketball Statistics Registration Fundamentals=
From the eBA Encyclopedia: No, the player can't stop and reestablish his pivot after taking two steps towards the basket !

Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions
Photograph: Sports Blog Net

Explaining: after a player has caught a pass or gathered a dribble, the first foot to be touching the floor becomes the pivot foot. If the pivot foot leaves the ground and then touches the floor again, it's a travel. If you catch or gather the ball with both feet on the floor, or in the air and then land on both feet, once you lift one foot the other becomes the pivot foot.

Exceptions: if the player is starting a dribble, the ball has to leave his hand BEFORE his pivot foot leaves the floor. The player can do a "hop-step" - see the Global Basketball Encyclopedia for the terminology and discussions -. However, he can't pivot at any stage during or after a hop-step.

This topic is summarized at Basketball Rules Discussions - Jump Stop.

eBA Basketball Statistical Registration=
Unforced Technical Turnover according to the eBA Statistics Creative Analysis Study Cases Book

See in our forum the 'basketball live dribble' topics and the exposition "Basketball Turnovers 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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09/13/10


...a New Monday ...a New Basketball eBook eBADVICE !
BILL SELF: At Home in the Phog by Bill Self with John Rohde

BILL SELF: At Home in the Phog
By: Bill Self with John Rohde

The 2007-2008 Kansas Jayhawks capped off one of the program's most storied seasons by winning its fifth national championship, and first in 20 years. The Jayhawks success in 2007-2008 has been credited to total team effort and the inspiring leadership of head coach Bill Self.

During his relatively short head coaching career, Self has established himself as one of college basketball's best by leading Oral Roberts to new frontiers, guiding Tulsa to its best season in school history.

He also succeeded turning Illinois into a Big Ten powerhouse and now taking Kansas from a perennially great program to the best in the nation.

In Bill Self's first authorized book: BILL SELF: At Home in the Phog, Self and those who know him best offer an inside look at his journey into becoming one of the game's most respected and most sought-after coaches. Self explains how he is living a dream - not only is he a head coach, but he was selected to be the steward of what James Naismith and Phog Allen created. He describes the excitement of reaching the pinnacle - leading the Jayhawks to a national title.

He gives minute-by-minute details of the contest that sent KU to the national title game. Self has achieved his dream of becoming a head coach. That much is evident. Even though he never dreamed of being the head coach at the University of Kansas, he did aspire to lead a college basketball team to greatness, which is exactly what he is doing. Self's journey proves that even though dreams may change, they can come true.

About the Author
In the storied history of Kansas basketball, no coach has a higher career winning percentage at the school than Bill Self. In 2008, in his first trip to the Final Four, Self claimed the national title. He now boasts a 142-32 (.816) record in five years at Kansas and a 349-137 (.718) mark in 15 seasons as a Division I coach.

Self has been to 10 straight NCAA tournaments and advanced to the Elite Eight five times in that span, while directing three different programs. His Kansas teams have won four straight Big 12 regular-season titles and three straight Big 12 Tournament crowns.
In the decade leading up to the national championship, Self has finished first eight times in three different leagues.

The other two seasons, his teams finished as conference runner-up. A former player (1981-1985) and assistant coach (1986-1993) at Oklahoma State, Self was head coach at Oral Roberts (1993-1997), Tulsa (1997-2000) and Illinois (2000-2003) before arriving at Kansas
in April 2003. Self and wife Cindy have a daughter, Lauren, and son, Tyler.

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09/12/10

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

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

"... A1 attempts to tip a missed shot to A3 in a struggle for the ball under the basket.

 • case a) A1 is successful, or
 • case b) A1 is successful, but A3 fumbles after gaining control and the ball goes to B4, or
 • case c) B2 is the first to gain control, or
 • case d) no one gains control before the ball goes out of bounds.

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 be credited with a rebound only if the player earned that rebound before the ball was dead.
What happened after the ball became dead and what would have happened if the ball had not become dead might be different.

The statistician should not attempt to decide what would have happened, but should decide only what did happen.
However, if there is doubt about player control, the statistician may assume that there was control.

Different Situations in a Basketball Rebound
Photograph from Mutinous Wombats

eBA Basketball Statistical Registration:

• In (a) and (b) credit A1 with an individual CLOSE DISPUTED offensive rebound;

• in (b) also charge A3 with an UNFORCED turnover and credit B4 with an UNFORCED steal;

• in (c) credit B2 with an individual CLOSE DISPUTED defensive rebound;

• in (d) credit a team rebound (defensive or offensive depending upon the situation) to the team that is awarded the ball for the throw-in.

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09/11/10

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09/10/10

Permalink 15:56:28, Categories: Coach's Digest, Basketball, Statistics, Contents Online  

Friday Press Clippings:
The NBA in the 1970's: Mr. Clutch Finally Gets A Championship Ring

Basketball Statistician's Friday Press Clippings
From 20 Second Timeout
By David Friedman
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"... The 1971-1972 NBA season saw numerous changes. The San Diego Rockets moved to Houston and the San Francisco Warriors became known as the Golden State Warriors. Lew Alcindor publicly adopted his Muslim name, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

In March, Charlie Scott clinched the ABA scoring title, claimed a breach of contract by the Virginia Squires and jumped to the NBA. The Celtics owned his NBA draft rights, but allowed the Phoenix Suns to sign him in exchange for future considerations. ..."

"... The Lakers finished the season with a best ever 69-13 record (since broken by the 1995-1996 Bulls and tied by the 1996-1997 Bulls), winning the Pacific Division by 18 games.

Gail Goodrich led the team in scoring (25.9 points per game), with Jerry West just behind him (25.8 points per game). McMillian chipped in with 18.8 points per game and 6.5 rebounds per game.

Wilt Chamberlain averaged 14.8 points per game while leading the league in field goal percentage (64.9 percent) and rebounding (19.2 rebounds per game). Abdul-Jabbar repeated as scoring champion (34.8 points per game) and MVP, again leading Milwaukee (63-19) to the Midwest Division title. ..."

"... The Knicks trounced the Lakers 114-92 in Los Angeles in game one of the Finals, but the Lakers won the next four games to claim the title. West, known as "Mr. Clutch" for his many game winning shots over the years, finally had his first championship ring.

Ironically, he was hampered by injuries throughout the 1972 playoffs and he shot only 37.6 percent from the field, by far his worst postseason performance ever. ... "

"... Chamberlain was without question the hero of the Lakers' playoff run. He played the fifth game of the Finals with a hairline fracture in his right hand and a sprained left hand. He came up with a huge performance in that game with 24 points and 29 rebounds, winning the Finals MVP.

Interestingly, he did not receive the lasting acclaim for playing hurt that Reed did after his performance two years earlier, even though Chamberlain posted much better numbers than Reed did. ..."

"... Looking back on the 1972 season, one writer commented, "Wilt was the biggest thing in basketball last season, and not just because of his physical size. Though he gives away a few inches to Jabbar, he remains the most awesome specimen in the sport." ..."

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09/09/10

Permalink 14:23:20, Categories: Statistics, Statisticians & Roles, Formulas  

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts:
About the Modified Tendex Rating Formula

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
The modified Tendex rating was created by Jon Scott based on a "per minute" basis and a "per game" basis.

The per game basis weights more heavily toward players who play more substantial minutes and therefore reflect their worth to the team (from the fact that the coach chose to play them the majority of the minutes).

About the Modified Tendex Rating Formula
Image: The eBA System

The "per minute" basis better highlights players who may come in for short times, but who are extremely productive while in game.

{[ Points + Rebounds + 1.25*Assists + 1.25*Steals + Blocks - 1.25*Turnovers - Missed field goals - (Missed free throws / 2) - Personal Fouls / 2 ] / Minutes / Game Pace }

The Tendex is fully explained and discussed in the current eBA Basketball Statistics Registration Clinic

Excerpts of a discussion at the eBA Annual Basketball Statistics Clinic

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

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

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09/08/10

Destination Turkey 2010 - Cheerleaders in Ankara:
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09/07/10

Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions:
Forced jump ball with or without the possession cases

Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions
"... A Special Statistical Situation: What happens when a defender forces an offensive player into a jump ball situation?

What about the proper ruling and the statistical registration according to the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis
System
? ..."


Basketball Statistics Registration Fundamentals=
From the eBA Encyclopedia: "... a 'held ball' is a situation that occurs when two opposing players, an offensive player and a defensive player, become tangled and both share possession of the ball and neither can gain sole possession without being over-aggressive.

In the event of a held ball - the ball is blown dead -, an official must determine which team retains possession.

Registering Stats
Photograph: Day Life.com

To do this, he/she will stop play and either call for a jump ball or refer to the possession arrow, depending on the rules of the league: in the NBA, a jump ball is used to restart play, while college teams, FIBA & ULEB use the alternating-possession rule. ..."

eBA Basketball Statistical Registration=
If your team loses possession of the ball as the result of a held ball, a ball turnover must be charged. The turnover is charged to the person who last has possession of the ball.
It is a good example of Forced Turnover or Forced Steal according to the eBA Statistics Creative Analysis Study Cases Book

See in our forum the 'basketball held ball' topics and the exposition "Basketball Turnovers 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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09/06/10


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Women's Basketball Drill Book
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Two of the game's winningest coaches - Tennessee's Pat Summitt and Texas' Jody Conradt - share their favorite drills that have helped produce over 1,800 victories!

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With members throughout the world, it is the largest organization of its kind. The WBCA is involved in a variety of events and clinics throughout the year, including the WBCA High School All-America Game; the Betty F. Jaynes Internship Program; the Nike So You Want To Be A Coach Program and the annual WBCA National Convention, held in conjunction with the NCAA Women's Final Four. Through these events, the WBCA not only highlights exceptionally talented female players but also provides opportunities for coaches at all levels to better themselves.

In addition to the activities that the WBCA puts on and sponsors, the organization has an extensive awards program through which the best, brightest, and most talented athletes, coaches, and contributors to women's basketball are honored. The WBCA also provides coverage on all aspects of women's basketball, from high school to the pros, through their three publications: Coaching Women's Basketball, Net.News, and Compliance Corner.


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09/05/10

Sunday's Reflexions on Basketball Statistics:
About the Most Accurate Basketball Passers' Formula

Basketball Statistician's Sunday's Reflexions
About the eBA formula to measure who were the most accurate passers, and who passed without turning it over, we must understand, first of all, that the meaning of this type of formulas is more in the rankings of the players, meanwhile the number itself doesn't mean anything in terms of basketball analysis.

It depends on number of touches, passes, minutes played and teammates on the floor, and you can't simply blow up bad passes on a passes per minute basis.

the Most Accurate Basketball Passers' FormulaPhotograph: Purzuit

For ranking purposes you can apply this method which retorts the percentage of touches that were bad passes, in addition to the league average:

League Bad Pass% = sum(Bad Pass) / sum (Touch)
Player Bad Pass% = Bad Pass / Touch

Bad Pass over Average = ( Player Bad Pass% - League Bad Pass% ) * Touch

Selected excerpts from the discussions at the eBA Annual Analysis System Clinic Chat about this topic "Basketball Player Statistics".

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09/04/10

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09/03/10

Friday Press Clippings:
Sports Knowledge Management and Data Mining

Basketball Statistician's Friday Press Clippings
From robschumaker.com
By Robert P. Schumaker, Osama K. Solieman and Hsinchun Chen
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"... Vast amounts of sports data are routinely collected about players, coaching decisions and game events. Making sense of this data is important to those seeking an edge. By transforming this data into actionable knowledge, scouts, managers and coaches can have a better idea of what to expect from opponents and be able to use a player draft more effectively.

With millions of dollars riding on the many decisions made within a sports franchise, the sports environment is ideal for data mining and knowledge management approaches. While the application these approaches to the sports environment may be unique and the focus of this chapter, the topics of data mining and knowledge management should certainly be well known to the reader and form the basis of the approaches we discuss. ..."

"... Sport statistics, by themselves can be misleading without an understanding of their fundamental meaning. This comes from either imprecise measurement of an event or the sports community’s misuse and over reliance on particular statistics. As evidence, consider the fact that certain players can build impressive individual statistics yet have little impactn on the performance of the team. ..."

"... Another example of statistical imprecision is the measurement the number of defensive rebounds off missed free-throws in Basketball. In order to get a defensive rebound, teammates must block out opposing players and in doing so, they typically cannot get the rebound although their actions arguably make them just as important in the accomplishment.

However, given the way in which rebounds are measured; only the player who gets the ball is credited with the rebound. ... "

"... A recent study into NCAA basketball, found that 1% of games involve some form of point shaving. Being able to discover instances of point shaving is incredibly difficult, especially when there is no serial correlation in betting markets from game to game. ..."

"... Basketball players can use similar video footage services to query the system for articular shots or defensive moves. Before this technology became available, teams would often have to wait several days to receive game footage, but now footage is almost nstantaneously streamed to players, coaches, and scouts alike. It used to be a tedious rocess to retrieve particular video sequences, but now queries such as “corner kicks esulting in a goal in the final two minutes” will return the appropriate footage for further analysis. ..."

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09/02/10

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts:
Basketball Shooting from the MidRange Area

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
One of the determining factors in whether a shot is a good one or not is if it is taken within the player's shooting range.

The player's shooting range is the big circle around the rim that he can comfortable shoot from.

Now, in basketball statistics terms... Which area on this graph the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System describes as the mid range zone? Is the marked zone the MidRange Area ?

MidRange Area

For the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System mid-range might include, technically, every 2-point FG that isn't in the paint and classify the mid-range shots in mid-long 2pt shots and 3pt shots.


Excerpts of a discussion at the eBA Annual Basketball Statistics Clinic

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( 'Basketball Registering Stats Referred Concepts'
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09/01/10

September Cover ~ Basketball Beautiful Faces:
from the FIBA World Championship ~ Turkey 2010 !

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2012 eBA TOP 5

2012 Best eBA Picks !
till December 31th, 2012

# 1 ~

All Access Kentucky
Basketball Practice:
The National Championship
Season 2011-12

with John Calipari


John Calipari: All Access Kentucky Basketball Practice: The National Championship Season 2011-12 with John Calipari


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# 2 ~

Coaching
Youth Basketball
5th Edition


by American Sport
Education Program
and Don Showalter


Coaching Youth Basketball-5th Edition by American Sport Education Program and Don Showalter

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# 3

All Access
USA Basketball Practice
7-Pack

with Don Showalter,
Mike Jones
& Rich Gray


All Access USA Basketball Practice with Don Showalter, Mike Jones & Rich Gray

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# 4 ~

Hot Hand:
The Statistics
Behind Sports'
Greatest Streaks

by Alan Reifman


Hot Hand: The Statistics Behind Sports' Greatest Streaks by Alan Reifman


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# 5 ~

Dr. Chris Stankovich:
Staying in the Game
Combating Coach
& Player Burnout
2-Pack DVDs
with Dr. Chris Stankovich


Chris Stankovich: Staying in the Game ~ Combating Coach & Player Burnout ~ 2-Pack with Chris Stankovich


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TOP 5 eBA del 2012 !

Lo MEJOR del 2012 !
hasta Diciembre 31, 2012

# 1 ~
El Juego
de los Grandes

por Pete Newell
y Swen Nater


El Juego de los Grandes por Pete Newell y Swen Nater


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# 2 ~
La Pirámide del Éxito:
Construyendo bloques
para una vida mejor

por Coach John Wooden


La piramide del exito: Construyendo bloques para una vida mejor por Coach John Wooden


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# 3 ~
Pensar en el equipo.
Cómo entiendo el baloncesto
( y la vida )

por Xavi Pascual


Pensar en el equipo. Cómo entiendo el baloncesto ( y la vida ) por Xavi Pascual


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# 4 ~
Educados
para ganar

por Sique Rodríguez Gairí


Educados para ganar por Sique Rodríguez Gairí


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# 5 ~
Básquetbol Escolar:
Propuestas Metodológicas

Por Alejandro Orbelli


Básquetbol Escolar: Propuestas Metodológicas Por Alejandro Orbelli


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Los MEJORES 5 DVDs de
Entrenamiento del
Baloncesto Recomendados
del AÑO 2012:


• 1 ~ Acceso Total Prácticas del Kentucky Basketball University Campeonato Nacional 2011-12
2-pack DVD
with John Calipari


• 2 ~ Acceso Total a las Prácticas del Seleccionado de los EE.UU. 7-pack DVD
with Don Showalter,
Mike Jones
& Rich Gray


• 3 ~ Siguiendo en Juego: Combatiendo el Agotamiento del Entrenador y Jugador
2-Pack DVD con el
Dr Chris Stankovich


• 4 ~ Acceso Total a las Prácticas de Baloncesto
(2011-2012)
5-Pack DVD
con Geno Auriemma


• 5 ~ Acceso Total a las Prácticas de la Universidad Temple
3-pack DVD
con Fran Dunphy






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