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11/20/12

Basketball Tracking Stats Case Studies ~ Basketball Free Throws Tracking October C. Study

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Basketball Statistician's Digest:
October 2012 eBA sketball Statistics Case Study Conclusion

Basketball Statistics eBA Case Study
About Basketball Free Throws Statistics Tracking Case Study

" ... A4 shoots a free throw and the shot hits the
rim and bounces on it. A5 goes up and dunks the ball

1. while the ball still is on or above the rim; or

2. after the ball has bounced to the side and it is obvious A4’ shot will not be successful.

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. ) ... ?"

Basketball Free Throws Statistics Tracking
AP Photograph: Berry Tramel Blog

Conclusion:

eBA System Statistics Fundamentals:

A free throw made (FTM) is credited to a player any time a FTA by that player results in the throw being counted or results in an awarded score of one point.

Basketball Statistics Philosophy:

A player should not be charged for a shot from the field influenced by the illegal actions of himself, or any teammates or opponents; in the latter case, unless the shot results in a FGM.

eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking:

• 1. From the moment the free throw does not finish until it is sure that the shot will not be successful, the interference was on A4’ shot.
Do not charge A4 with a FTA and also do not charge A5 with a FGA.
Do not credit A5 with a rebound, but do charge A5 with an UNFORCED TURNOOVER.

• 2. From the moment A4’ shot obviously had missed, charge A4 with a FTA missed.
Credit A5 with a CLOSE DISPUTED REBOUND in the category: 'AFT ~ after free throw', and a FGM, and charge a FGA, in the category: 'DK ~ dunk'.

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10/15/12

Basketball Tracking Stats Case Studies ~ Basketball Turnovers Tracking September C. Study

Basketball Statistician's Digest:
September 2012 eBA sketball Statistics Case Study Conclusion

Basketball Statistics eBA Case Study
About Basketball Turnovers Tracking Case Study

" ... A3 is in the act of shooting. B5 knocks away the ball ...

1. after the ball clearly is in flight;

2. just as the ball is leaving A3’ hand;

3. as A3’ shooting hand is moving toward the basket in the shooting position;

4. before A3’ shooting hand is moving toward the basket and Team A gains control; or

5. before A3’ shooting hand is moving toward the basket and Team B gains control.

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. ) ... ?"

Basketball Turnover Tracking Case Study
AP Photograph: Mel Evans from Online Athens

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., 2. and 3., charge A3 with a FGA, credit B5 with
   a) a Blocked Shot if Team B retains the ball and a Defensive Rebound to whoever recovers the ball, or
   b) a Deflection if Team A recovers the ball and an Offensive Rebound to whoever recovers the ball.

• In 4., nothing is charged.
• In 5., charge A3 with a FORCED TURNOVER and credit B5 with a FORCED STEAL.

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09/16/12

Basketball Tracking Statistics Case Studies ~ Basketball Field Goals Tracking August C.Study

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August 2012 eBA sketball Statistics Case Study Conclusion

Basketball Statistics eBA Case Study
'Basketball Field Goals Tracking' Case Study

" ... A3 shoots but fouls B5 ...

1. before the ball is in flight;

2. after the ball is in flight but before A3 has returned to the floor; or

3. after the ball is in flight and A3 has returned to the floor.

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. ) ... ?"


Basketball Assists Tracking Case Study

Conclusion:

• Basketball Statistics Philosophy:

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

• eBA System Statistics Fundamentals:

A field-goal attempt (FGA) is charged to a player any time the player shoots, throws or taps a live ball at his own basket, when, in the opinion of the statistician, the player is attempting to score a goal.

A field goal made (FGM) is credited to a player any time a FGA by the player results in the goal being counted or results in an awarded score of two (or three) points except when the field goal is the result of a defensive player tipping the ball in the offensive basket.

If the statistician is in doubt about whether a shooting foul is a player-control foul, the actions of the officials will indicate the correct ruling. If the foul is a player-control foul, it will be so indicated by the officials and any shot will be waved of.

• eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking:

• In 1., the ball was dead before the shot was in flight, therefore do not charge A3 with a FGA, but charge A3 with a FORCED TURNOVER and record the foul made for A3 and a received foul plus a STEAL in favor of B5.

• In 2., if the shot is good, credit A3 with a FGM and FGA. If the shot is missed, charge A3 with a FGA and credit Team B with a dead-ball CLOSE UNDISPUTED rebound. In both situations also record the foul made for A3 and the received foul by B5.

• In 3., if the shot is good, credit A3 with a FGM and FGA. If the shot is missed, charge A3 with a FGA and credit Team B with a dead-ball CLOSE UNDISPUTED rebound. In both situations also record the foul made for A3 and the received foul by B5.

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08/19/12

Basketball Tracking Statistics Case Studies ~ Basketball Assists Tracking July Case Study

Basketball Statistician's Digest:
July 2012 eBA sketball Statistics Case Study Conclusion

Basketball Statistics eBA Case Study
'Basketball Assists Tracking' Case Study

" ... After grabbing a rebound of the defensive backboard,
A4 passes the ball promptly to A2 at the midcourt (that is, the division line); and then...

1. A2 is unguarded but passes the ball to A1, who marks an undisputed layup;

2. A2 is unguarded but returns the ball to A4, who had penetrated to the basket immediately after the first pass and receives A2’s pass to mark the undisputed layup;

3. A2 is closely guarded and passes the ball to A1, who marks an undisputed layup; or

4. A2 is closely guarded and passes the ball to A1, who pass back the ball to A2, who then marks having misplaced his defensive man following the pass to A1.

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. ) ... ?"


Basketball Assists Tracking Case Study

Conclusion:

• Basketball Statistics Philosophy:

An assist should be more than a routine pass that just happens to be followed by a i eld goal. It should be a conscious ef ort to i nd the open player or to help a player work free. There should not be a limit on the number of dribbles by the receiver.
It is not even necessary that the assist be given on the last pass.

There is no restraint on the distance or type of shot made, for these are not the crucial factors in determining whether an assist should be credited. Nevertheless, the eBA System records both factors: distance of the assist and type of shot assisted made.

Although, an assist should be 'made'. 'missed' or 'potential' according to our eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System, when also are tracked the 'long assists', 'short assists', '2 or 3 points assists', 'assists on foul' and 'assists on/to the paint area'.

• eBA System Statistics Fundamentals:

A player is credited with an assist when the player makes, in the judgment of the statistician, the principal pass contributing directly to a field goal (or an awarded score of two or three
points). Only one assist is to be credited on any field goal and only when the pass was a major part of the play.

That said, the 'second assist concept' (as in hockey) is integral part of our eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System ! The same player cannot be credited with an assist and a field goal made on the same possession.

Such a pass should be either
(a) a pass that finds a player free after he or she has maneuvered without the ball for a positional advantage, or
(b) a pass that gives the receiving player a positional advantage he or she otherwise would not have had.

• eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking:

• In 1., credit A2 with a REGULAR MADE assist and a 'SECOND ASSIST' for A4. If A1 misses his shot,
   we should credit A2 with a POTENTIAL ASSIST !
• In 2. credit A2 with a REGULAR MADE assist. If A4 misses his shot, we should credit A2 with a
   POTENTIAL ASSIST !
• In 3., credit A2 with a REGULAR MADE assist ( or MISSED assist in the case A1 misses his shot ).
• In 4., credit A1 with a REGULAR MADE assist ( or MISSED assist in the case A2 misses his shot ).

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07/15/12

Basketball Tracking Statistics Case Studies ~ Basketball Rebounds Tracking June Case Study

Basketball Statistician's Digest:
June 2012 eBA sketball Statistics Case Study Conclusion

Basketball Statistics eBA Case Study
'Basketball Rebounds Tracking' Case Study

" ... A1 tries to tip - under the basket - a failed shot to A3.

Case 1. A1 is effective;
Case 2. A1 is effective, but A3 fumbles after gaining control and the ball goes to B4;
Case 3. B5 - out of the paint - is the first to capture the ball; or
Case 4. no one gains control afore the ball goes out of bounds.

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. ) ... ?"


Basketball Rebounds Tracking Case Study

Conclusion:

• Basketball Statistics Philosophy:

A player should be accredited with a rebound exclusively if the player go that rebound afore the ball was dead.
What occurred after the ball came to be dead and what would have occurred had the ball not come to be dead it could be dissimilar.

• eBA System Statistics Fundamentals:

The statistician should not try to come to conclusion about what would have occurred, but should settle an issue exclusively about what did occur.
Nevertheless, if there is incertitude about player control, the statistician may be inclined to think that there was control.

• eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking:

• In Cases 1. and 2., accredit A1 with an Individual CLOSE DISPUTED (1x1, 1x2 or 1x3, etc.) Rebound,
• In Case 2., also appoint A3 with a UNFORCED TURNOVER.
• In Case 3., accredit B5 with an Individual LONG UNDISPUTED Rebound.
• In Case 4., accredit an UNDISPUTED Team Rebound to the team granted with the ball for the throw-in.

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06/15/12

Basketball Tracking Statistics Case Studies ~ Basketball Free Throws Tracking May Case Study

Basketball Statistician's Digest:
May 2012 eBA sketball Statistics Case Study Conclusion

Basketball Statistics eBA Case Study
'Basketball Free Throws Violations' Case Study

" ... A1 shoots a free throw and fails to hit the rim.
(a) A1’s failure to hit the rim is caused by B2, who jumps into the lane and bats A1’s throw
     away;
(b) A1’s shot misses without any responsibility on the part of Team B;
(c) A1’s shot misses and A1 steps into the lane too early;
(d) A1’s shot misses and A5 steps into the lane too early; or
(e) A1’s shot misses but B2 steps into the lane too early.

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. ) ... ?"

Basketball Free Throws Tracking May Case Study

Conclusion:

eBA System Statistics Fundamentals:

A free throw made (FTM) is credited to a player any time a FTA by that player results in the throw being counted or results in an awarded score of one point.

Basketball Statistics Philosophy:

A player should not be charged for a shot from the field influenced by the illegal actions of himself, or any teammates or opponents; in the latter case, unless the shot results in a FGM.

eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking:

• In (a), (c), (d) and (e), do not charge A1 with a FTA.
• In (a), B1 will be charged with a technical foul and an UNFORCED TURNOVER
   and Team A will receive two free throws.
• In (b), the violation will be the only one penalized. Therefore, charge A1 with a FTA and credit Team B with a
   CLOSE UNDISPUTED dead-ball rebound.
• In (c), charge A1 with an UNFORCED TURNOVER unless Team A retains the ball.
• In (c) and (d), 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.

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05/01/12

Basketball Tracking Statistics Case Studies ~ Basketball Turnover Tracking April Case Study

Basketball Statistician's Digest:
April 2012 eBA sketball Statistics Case Study Conclusion

Basketball Statistics eBA Case Study
Basketball Turnover Tracking Case Study

" ... A1 is in control of the ball when
(a) A1 travels with the ball
(b) A1 double dribbles with no defender pressure;
(c) A1 throws the ball from front court into back court;
(d) A1 dribbles from front court into back court under pressure-defense;
(e) A1 commits a player-control foul; or
(f) A3 commits a foul.

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. ) ... ?"

Basketball Turnover Tracking Case Study
Photograph: Marisa Wojcik

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 (a), charge A1 with a FORCED turnover.
• In (b), charge A1 with an UNFORCED turnover.
• In (b), charge A1 with an UNFORCED BACKCOURT turnover.
• In (c), charge A1 with a FORCED BACKCOURT turnover.
• In (d), charge A1 with a turnover: Forced or unforced depending upon the situation.
• In (f), charge A3 with an UNFORCED turnover.

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04/02/12

Basketball Tracking Statistics Case Studies ~ When an Assist is Awarded ?... March Case Study

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Basketball Statistician's Digest:
March 2012 eBA sketball Statistics Case Study Conclusion

Basketball Statistics eBA Case Study
When an Assist is Awarded ?... Case Study

" ... A1 passes to A4 in a situation that normally would warrant an assist but does not produce a field goal because ...

(a) there is defensive goaltending or defensive basket interference;
(b) A4 is fouled in the act of shooting; or
(c) A4 travels, fumbles the pass out of bounds or has the shot blocked.

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. ) ... ?"

Basketball Assist Case Study
Photograph: The Starting Five

Conclusion:

Basketball Statistics Philosophy:

An assist should be more than a routine pass that just happens to be followed by a field goal. It should be a conscious effort to find the open player or to help a player work free. There should not be a limit on the number of dribbles by the receiver.
It is not even necessary that the assist be given on the last pass.
There is no restraint on the distance or type of shot made, for these are not the crucial factors in determining whether an assist should be credited.
Although, an assist should be 'made'. 'missed' or 'potential' according to our eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System, when also are tracked the 'long assists', 'short assists', '2 or 3 points assists', 'assists on foul' and 'assists on/to the paint area'.

eBA System Statistics Fundamentals:

A player is credited with an assist when the player makes, in the judgment of the statistician, the principal pass contributing directly to a field goal (or an awarded score of two or three points). Only one assist is to be credited on any field goal and only when the pass was a major part of the play. That said, the 'second assist concept' (as in hockey) is integral part of our eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System ! The same player cannot be credited with an assist and a field goal made on the same possession.

Such a pass, as a major part of the play, should be either:
(a) a pass that finds a player free after he or she has maneuvered without the ball for a positional advantage, or
(b) a pass that gives the receiving player a positional advantage he or she otherwise would not have had.

eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking:

• In (a), there will be an awarded score, so credit A1 with a made assist.
• In (b), credit A1 with a made assist on foul if A4 makes any of the free throws.
• In (b), if A4 misses all the free throws, charge A1 with a missed assist on foul. • In (c), no assist will be credited and A4 is charged with an unforced turnover.

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03/01/12

Basketball Tracking Statistics Case Studies ~ Dead-ball or Individual Rebound Case Study

Basketball Statistician's Digest:
February 2012 eBA sketball Statistics Case Study Conclusion

Basketball Statistics eBA Case Study
Dead-ball Rebound or Individual Rebound... Case Study

" ... In a NCAA game, A1 is dribbling the ball and is fouled by B3.
This is B3’s fifth foul and Team B’s ninth in the half.

B3 argues with the referee and is charged with a technical foul.
First, a designated player, A4, is awarded two free throws without players occupying positions along the lane for the technical foul.
A4 makes the first free throw and misses the second.

Then A1 is awarded one free throw and a possible bonus free throw with players occupying positions along the lane.
A1 makes the first free throw and misses the second. B5 rebounds separately the miss.

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. ) ... ?"

Dead-ball Rebound or Individual Rebound Case Study
Photograph: Jack Dempsey

Conclusion:

Basketball Statistics Philosophy:

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 had the ball not become dead might be different.

eBA System Statistics Fundamentals:

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.

eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking:

• B3 leaves the game with six fouls.
• Charge B3 with an UNFORCED TURNOVER.
• Two fouls are added to Team B’s total for the half to make a total of 10.
• Charge A4 with two FTAs and credit him with one FTM.
• Credit Team A with a DEAD-BALL REBOUND.
• Charge A1 with two FTAs and credit him with one FTM.
• Credit B5 with an individual CLOSE UNDISPUTED rebound.

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02/01/12

Basketball Tracking Statistics Case Studies ~ Shot Clock and a Desperation Shot Case Study

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Basketball Statistician's Digest:
December 2011 eBA sketball Statistics Case Study Conclusion

Basketball Statistics eBA Case Study
Shot Clock and a Desperation Shot... Case Study

" ... As the shot clock is about to expire, A1 takes a desperation shot. The shot is batted away by B2 just before the shot clock sounds. ...

(a) A5 catches the ball and the referees rule the play dead for the shot-clock violation;

(b) B4 catches the ball and the referees rule the play dead for the shot-clock violation; or

(c) B4 catches the ball and play continues with no shot-clock violation called.

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. ) ... ?"

Conclusion:

Basketball Statistics Philosophy:

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.

eBA System Statistics Fundamentals:

If the statistician’s opinion is that it is truly a “desperation” shot then there is no a FGA charge. But the statistician must be sure about the previous play situation,
before charging a INDIVIDUAL or a TEAM turnover in this case !

eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking:

• In all cases, if the statistician’s opinion is that it is truly a “desperation” shot then there is no FGA, but there is a FORCED ( by the opponent - player or team - defense ! ) TURNOVER, probably charged to A1 or against the Team A depending on the play situation.
Because there is no FGA, there is no rebound and no blocked shot.

• In (c), credit B2 with a Deflection and also credit B4 with a UNFORCED STEAL.

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