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04/26/13

The Concept of Main Pass in Basketball by Matias Barmat in our Friday Press Clippings

Friday Press Clippings:
The Concept of Main Pass in Basketball
By Matias Barmat, Basketball Statistics Advanced Analyst

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"... In basketball, every last pass before a field goal made (or foul play plus at least one free throw made) is counted as an assist.

In the NBA and NCAA, in addition to the normal assist situation, every field goal attempt which subsequently results in an offensive rebound plus a field goal made, counts also as an assist, because under those two paradigms ...

... every last complete ball trajectory between two teammates uninterrupted by opposing players must be considered as such. ..."


John Stockton, most career assists with 15,806 (1984-2003), who was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2009, played four seasons at his hometown Gonzaga University in Spokane, Wash., before being drafted by the Utah Jazz with the 16th pick in 1984. He finished his career as the school's all-time leader in assists (554) and the sixth-leading scorer (1,340 points).
In his 19-year tenure with the Utah Jazz, which ended in 2003, Hall of Fame point guard John Stockton put up 5,000 more than the guys second on the list, Mark Jackson (10,323 over 17 years).
Photograph of Gonzaga/Collegiate Images

Photograph of Gonzaga Basketball

"... For example. Team A loses by one with 2.5 seconds remaining and no timeouts available. Whereas the last play of Team B was a field goal made (which caused the advancement in the score), A is forced to restore from its own end line.

A5 sends a hail mary pass that crosses three quarter court (the game clock didn't run as it's the last minute of the period; the time begins to run when the inbounds pass receiver makes contact with the ball), A2 (being blocked by B1) in jump effort taps the ball (it means, slaps it with the palm of his hand) and A3 with almost no time to react catches it and shoots to the hoop. It's in, and Team A wins. ...... ..."

"... This is a typical case of a double assist, as in ice hockey, but there are also cases where the assist is not necessarily the last pass of the possession.

We should take the spectacularity of a pass into account if and only if it's the main thing in a play: therefore, we're willing to talk about the concept of main pass. ...... ..." Read more ...

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04/25/13

About the Fastbreak Points Per 48 Minutes and the Four Factors
and Basketball Actuality News Video in our Thursday's Basketball Statistics Referred Concepts

Basketball Statistics Referred Concepts:
About the Fastbreak Points Per 48 Minutes and the Four Factors

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
"... Does the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System tracks team fastbreak points game by game and current season average ?

May be the actual basketball game is allowing quick players more access to the lane because of a more rigorous and frequent handchecking calls ?
May be that scoring and FG shots and possessions are down ? ..."

Certainly, the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System tracks team fast-break points game by game and current season average. Some numbers about our total season data:

 • Officials are currently calling the games nearer, that means more non-shooting fouls. So, teams are receiving added time per possession ascribable to the shot clock getting reset more frequently.

 • Scoring and Field Goals shots and possessions are going down and average duration of possession in game clock time is raising: therefore putting all together we can conclude that the pace has decelerated a little.

 • Using our possessions formula - see eBA Encyclopedia - and team data from our archives, the average duration of possession reveal us a possession use in a slower pace: moved from 15.83 seconds to 15.88 seconds.

 • And finally, fast-break frequency and points made from stayed the same, personal fouls raises 0.57%, turnovers moves lower 0.6%, steals moves lower 4.6%, blocked shots moves lower 3.4%, assists moves lower 3.2%, total rebounds moves lower 2.2%, shooting percentages are raising but field goal attempts moves lower 0.3% and 3 points attempts raises 1.5%.

Team USA's Tamika Catchings (10) on a fast-break lay-up with the nearest Chinese defender trailing well behind. Catchings led the 2012 U.S. Women's Olympic Basketball Team with 19 points in an 100-62 exhibition victory over the Chinese National Team. (Photo by Lee Michaelson/FullCourt.com.)

Photograph by Lee Michaelson from FullCourt.com

In this topic we can find a help in understanding the Dean Oliver's Four Factors.

Essentially, the four factors are the building blocks to the efficiency formula.

Efficiency data gives you an idea of the quality of a team’s offense or defense, but the four factors tell you why a team is good or bad when they have or don’t have the ball.

Here’s a breakdown of how each statistic on this concept is calculated…

Effective field goal percentage is like regular field goal percentage except that it gives 50% more credit for made three-pointers.

eFG%  = (.5*3FGM + FGM) / FGA

Turnover percentage is a pace-independent measure of ball security.

TO% = TO / Possessions

Offensive rebounding percentage is a measure of the possible rebounds that are gathered by the offense.

OR% = OR / (OR + DRopp)

Rules and Tools for Performance Analysis
Keep in mind that rebounding percentage is computed from box score data which does not contain team rebounds. Therefore, the figures shown here may differ slightly from calculations made on the rebounding totals provided by a team.

Finally, free throw rate captures a team’s ability to score from the line.

FTRateoff = FTM / FGA 

FTRatedef = FTA / FGA

Defensive FTRate uses FTA in the numerator since the defense has little control on the percentage of free throw attempts made by the opposition.

The four factors concept is based on the research from Dean Oliver, author of the book and eBook Basketball on Paper: Rules and Tools for Performance Analysis, and you can read Dean’s more detailed explanation of the four factors in the exposition by Prof. Roberto Azar from eBA-Stats about "Basketball Formulas Revision" in eBA ONLINE CLINICS....."


Excerpt of my Exposition about "The Basketball Possessions Analysis"
in the current Basketball Statistics eBA Clinics.







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04/15/13

Basketball Tracking Stats Case Studies ~ Basketball Turnovers Tracking March Case Study

Basketball Statistician's Digest:
March 2013 eBA sketball Statistics Case Study Conclusion

Basketball Statistics eBA Case Study
About Basketball Turnovers Tracking Case Study

" ... A2 is in control of the ball and is tied up by B5. Team A is awarded the ball for a throw-in. Before the throw-in takes place;


1.- A3 is charged with a technical foul, Team B shoots two free throws and Team A is awarded the ball for a throw-in; or

2.- B4 is charged with a technical foul, Team A shoots two free throws and Team A is awarded the ball for a throw-in.

What is the proper ruling and the correct INDIVIDUAL or COLLECTIVE statistical registration according to the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System including the type of the registration ( type of turnover; forced, unforced, individual or collective turnover, good or bad foul; close, long, disputed or undisputed rebound; assist made, potential, missed or double assist; etc. ) ... ?"

Boston College players Ryan Anderson, left, Lonnie Jackson (20) and Olivier Hanlan (21) tie up the ball on the floor with Duke's Tyler Thornton (3) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game in Boston, Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013. (AP Photo/Mary Schwalm)

Photograph AP by Mary Schwalm

Conclusion:

eBA System Statistics Fundamentals:

The purpose of a turnover is to reflect statistically the times in which a team was given the ball and should have gotten some kind of shot but, before it could get any kind of shot, made some type of mistake that turned the ball over to the opponent.

Basketball Statistics Philosophy:

A turnover can only be charged against the offense; that is, the team with the ball. A team becomes the team with the ball when it has control (including during free throws) or is entitled to the ball for either a throw-in or a free throw.

There will be some errors that will not result in the charging of a turnover because they did not involve the turning of the ball over to the opponent.
Errors that occur at approximately the same time a team becomes entitled to the ball should not be considered turnovers.
The team should have time to realize it has the ball before being charged with turnovers.

That said, a turnover should be 'forced'. or 'unforced' according to our eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System, when also are track the turnover against the 24 second-clock, recording the court placement, the play situation ( 1x1, 1x2, etc. ) and the points-off that turnover.

eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking:

• In 1.-, since Team B is awarded two free throws for the technical, charge A3 with a UNFORCED TURNOVER in the 'TF Category'.

Since Team A was awarded the ball do not charge A2 with a turnover in either case.

• In 2.-, do not charge B4 with a turnover, but record this instance againdt B4 in the play-by-play report !.

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04/12/13

Wayback Machine: The 1982 Complete Handbook of Pro Basketball
by David Friedman ~ in our Friday Press & Video Clippings

Friday Press Clippings:
Wayback Machine, Part VIII: The 1982 Complete Handbook of Pro Basketball
By David Friedman

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"... The front cover photo of the 1982 Complete Handbook of Pro Basketball depicted the NBA's best early-1980's rivalry--not Larry Bird versus Magic Johnson (which peaked from 1984-87 when Johnson's L.A. Lakers won two out of three NBA Finals showdowns with Bird's Boston Celtics, capped by the Lakers' 1987 victory that prompted Bird to call Johnson "The best I've ever seen") but rather Julius Erving versus Larry Bird.

Erving's Philadelphia 76ers beat Bird's Celtics 4-1 in the 1980 Eastern Conference Finals and took a 3-1 lead in the 1981 Eastern Conference Finals before losing three straight games, capped by a 91-90 game seven defeat in the Boston Garden. The back cover photo showed Houston's Moses Malone authoritatively pulling down a one-handed rebound against the Celtics, who defeated Malone's Rockets 4-2 in the 1981 NBA Finals. ..."

"... Ryan painted a detailed portrait of the young Larry Bird, though Ryan's prose drifted a bit toward hagiography--most notably when he lauded Bird as "far better than average" on defense even though the Celtics routinely assigned Bird to check the least dangerous opposing frontcourt player regardless of position; Bird was a savvy team defender and an outstanding defensive rebounder but he was a below average one on one defender who rarely guarded top notch scorers.

Ryan asserted that in just his second season Bird had already proved "If he's not the finest all-around player in the game, then surely he must be the standard of comparison." ..."

"... Bird's CHPB profile began with these words: "Belongs in a higher league...Absolutely the best all-around player in the universe. Could carry the Celtics on a dynasty trip."

Despite that lofty praise, a good case could be made that--contrary to the way things were reported by many media outlets at the time--Bird never equaled or surpassed Magic Johnson: Johnson beat Bird head to head in the 1979 NCAA Championship Game, Johnson won Finals MVP honors as a rookie--guiding the Lakers to victory over a Philadelphia team that routed Bird's Celtics 4-1 in the Eastern Conference Finals--and Johnson ultimately topped Bird five to three in NBA championships, including the league's first back to back titles since Bill Russell retired.

Ironically, by the time that Johnson finally received his due vis a vis Bird a new star eclipsed both of them: Michael Jordan won the much heralded MJ versus MJ showdown in the 1991 Finals, bested Johnson's repeat accomplishment by leading the Bulls to a three-peat and then came out of retirement to win a second three-peat. ..."

The NBA's best early-1980's rivalry was not Larry Bird versus Magic Johnson but rather Julius Erving versus Larry Bird.

Photograph: Tupian Baike

"... Rookie Kevin McHale averaged 10.0 ppg and blocked 151 shots. His profile contained this colorful description of his physique: "Chicken-breasted and his waist seems to start above his often beer-filled stomach but can run the court with anyone."

Boston's Bird-Parish-Maxwell starting frontcourt had proved formidable, prompting this rhetorical question about McHale: "When will he ever start?" McHale won the Sixth Man Award in 1984 and 1985 before becoming a full-time starter in 1986 and an All-NBA First Team member in 1987. ..."

"... Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was often unappreciated during his career and he is arguably the most underrated great player of all-time; his name rarely if ever comes up in the ubiquitous greatest player of all-time conversations but he should be on the short list in any such discussion.

His profile contained this lament from the man who would become the sport's all-time scoring leader: "There's a certain 'otherness' about me that makes it hard for me.

I'm not a mainstream type of person." Julius Erving has often called Abdul-Jabbar the greatest player he played against and that is understandable considering that Abdul-Jabbar is the major reason that Erving's 76ers did not win the 1980 and 1982 NBA titles (Magic Johnson performed at an outstanding level in both series but Abdul-Jabbar presented an unsolvable matchup problem for the 76ers until they acquired Moses Malone). ..."

"... It is interesting to note that Erving "wore down" during the 1981 playoffs guarding the younger and bigger Bird while the Celtics usually assigned Maxwell or McHale to check Erving so that Bird could defend Caldwell Jones or whichever Philadelphia player was the least likely to get the ball.

Magic Johnson was never as praised for his defense as Bird--who somehow made the All-Defensive Second Team twice--but one of the key adjustments of the 1982 Finals saw the Lakers switch Johnson on to Erving to keep Erving off of the offensive boards after Erving hurt the Lakers in that area earlier in the series.

Johnson, who was roughly the same size as Bird--two to three inches taller than Erving and at least 15 pounds heavier--could not stop Erving from scoring but he did limit Erving's offensive rebounding. ..."

"... James Harden is trying to navigate a Westphal-like path from the bench to perennial All-Star status; Harden made the All-Star team this season but it will be interesting to see if he can maintain his productivity and his health for the duration of his max level contract. ..." Read more ...

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04/07/13

About Deflections, Loose Balls and the Basketball Statistics Analysis
& the Basketball Training Video in our Sunday's Reflexions on Basketball Statistics

Sunday's Reflexions on Basketball Statistics:
About Deflections, Loose Balls and the Basketball Statistics Analysis

Basketball Statistician's Sunday's Reflexions
"... This is not a question about simply the loose ball statistics, but about the basketball creative statistics analysis !

We, at the eBA want to know more than number of points... number of rebounds... number of assists... number of turnovers... Much more.

But we must be careful of most statistics given just raw numbers because they depend so much on the pace of the game. We are more interested in percentages.

We always relate the most important numbers to offensive and defensive efficiency, principally based on points per possession for both our team and the opponents.

At halftime report and after the game the huge emphasis are based on points-per-possession analysis. As much as points and field-goal percentages can tell you, they can get a good distortion with a lot of free throws and so on. But points-per-possession gives you a much better estimation and measuring of where your team is at, both offensively and defensively.

Another number that does not show up in the box score, but is a fixed category a eBA Analysis are the deflections, to which few also puts plenty of weight. This number, is based on how many times both our defender and the opponents at defense, gets a hand, foot or any other body part on the basketball, not resulting in a personal possession. The number of deflections gives a good idea of his team's intensity level.

Being blocked shot or diving on a loose ball are both actions that disrupts the other team's offense. Offense, basically, is rhythm. And anything you can do to upset rhythm is not good for an offense.

Deflections, dives for loose balls and points per possession mean a very important feedback about those not-so-simple numbers every head coach needs to know.

Photograph: Tupian Baike

Deflections or dives to a loose ball is a good defense's barometer. It's mean the defenders are active, flying around and doing good things on the defensive end. When this numbers are down, it's usually tells us about passivity.
Deflections and loose ball, like offensive and defensive percentages, are charted by the eBA analyst during a game, and 30/35 may be a good team goal per game.

About defensive and offensive rebounding effort, about what we'll refer in another topic, players are rated individually – at both ends of the floor – on how well they respond every time the ball goes up, and this analysis is determined only by means of video analysis of the game.

After each game, the eBA Basketball Analysis System Formulas hand out evaluation reports to the team coach and to each individual player who participated.

Evaluation reports are based on the ratio of positive points – awarded for such things as big baskets, rebounds, steals, first and second assists, blocks and recovered 'loose balls' and those outstanding plays that can turn a game around – to the negative points assigned to turnovers, missed free throws and other general deficiencies.

Deflections, dives for loose balls and points per possession mean a very important feedback about those not-so-simple numbers every head coach needs to know. ..."

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04/03/13

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04/01/13

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