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02/07/18

About the Minutes Played, the Foul Trouble & Fouling Out & Basketball Training Video
in our Weekly Reflexions on Basketball Statistics

Reflexions on Basketball Statistics:
About the Minutes Played, the Foul Trouble & Fouling Out

Basketball Statistician's Sunday's Reflexions
How to make a statistical calculation of the player's missed playing time ascribable to fouls ?
Is there in the the eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis System some data about the player utilization and substitution set of rules in the foul trouble case ? That means to say, when they are sent to the bench and after which foul number ?

To calculate missed playing time ascribable to fouls, we must base our analysis in the following assumptions about player usage and substitution patterns:

In FIBA & NBA:
No change when a player commits his first foul.
Committing his second a player foul would be replaced and have to wait at the bench until the half of the second quarter.
A player committing his third foul would be replaced and would be a bench player until the third quarter.
With the critical (in FIBA) fourth foul committed a player would be replaced and have to sit until the beginning of the the fourth quarter.
In NBA:
A player committing his fifth foul would have to be out of the game until the half of the fourth quarter.

Sarunas Jasikevicius (R) and Robertas Javtokas of Lithuania sit on the substitution bench during their friendly basketball game against Turkey as part of their training for the Beijing Olympics, at the Venetian Macao-Resort-Hotel in Macau August 2, 2008
Photograph: Day Life

Now, how often do players foul out of a game ? When the 4th. FIBA or 5th NBA foul happens ? Which percentage of the players with the 4th. FIBA or 5th NBA foul are fouled out ?

- 49% of the 4th. fouls FIBA or 5th. fouls NBA come with about 3 minutes left in the game: remember to consider, 40 minutes in FIBA and 48 in the NBA !
- 82% of all players who perpetrate a 4th. fouls FIBA or 5th. fouls NBA do not foul out.

This is reasonable from the moment the studies from eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis System demonstrates that even the most players having a tendency to foul lose only a few minutes per game because of their foul trouble. But they play the great majority of their minutes near the danger of fouling out.

The analysis of the different types of Foul Trouble, were studied in the eBA Basketball Statistics Tracking Clinic.

( Excerpts from my Exposition at the eBA Clinics: "Basketball Free Throws Statistical Tracking" )

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01/28/18

The Basketball Team Rebounds ~ Concept & Statistics and Actuality News Video
in this Week Basketball Statistics Referred Concepts

Basketball Statistics Referred Concepts:
The Basketball Team Rebounds ~ Concept & Statistics

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
What exactly comprises and means a 'team rebound' ?
In each situation a shot is taken and missed and possession may or may not change, but the rebound cannot be credited to an individual so it counts as a 'team rebound' for whichever team is awarded the ball.

A team rebound is awarded to the opponent team to the player who attempted the shot if, before the buzzer sounded, no player had gained control of the rebound.

A team rebound is awarded to the team to which the ball is awarded out of bounds or at the free throw line as a result of a missed field goal attempt or a final free throw attempt. This includes circumstances when:

- the ball goes out of bounds without any player having secured possession;

- a final free attempt from a serial misses the rim;

- the shooter commits a free throw violation in a a final free attempt from a serial;

- a loose ball foul is called immediately following a missed field goal attempt or final free throw attempt;

- a last technical foul shot missed.

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Canada's Tristan Thompson leaps high for a rebound during their finals basketball match in the FIBA Olympic Qualifying basketball match against France on July 10 at the Mall of Asia Arena in suburban Pasay city south of Manila, Philippines. (BULLIT MARQUEZ / AP)



A team rebound is awarded to a team that first gains possession following a jump ball when such a jump ball immediately follows a missed field goal attempt or a final free throw attempt, before any player is credited with an individual rebound.

A team rebound is awarded following a missed shot ( either field goal or last free throw ) when a live ball becomes dead due to the expiration of a period. A team rebound is credited to the opponent team to the player who attempted that shot.

About the differences between the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System and the NBA statistician's rules, for example, are developed in the eBA Encyclopedia, and we'll discuss them in a next message in the eBA Forums.


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01/21/18

About Traveling Outside the Court: Rule Basketball Statistics Tracking
in our Basketball Stats Tracking Referred Questions & Basketball Statistics Video Case Study

Basketball Statistics Tracking Referred Questions:
About Traveling Outside the Court: Rule Basketball Statistics Tracking

Basketball Tracking Stats Referred Questions
"... Can a travel be called on a player outside the court, clock stopped and the player is given the ball for a pass in? ..."

A travel violation cannot be called, but it can be a throw in violation.

Basketball Rule Fundamentals:
A player taking a throw-in:
- shall not take more than five (5) seconds to release the ball;
- shall not step into the playing court while having the ball in his hand(s);
- shall not cause the ball to touch out-of-bounds, after it has been released on the throw-in;
- shall not touch the ball on the playing court before it has touched another player;
- shall not cause the ball to enter the basket directly;
- shall not move a total distance from the designated throw-in place, laterally in one or in both directions, not to exceed a total of one (1) meter before or while releasing the ball: he is, however, permitted to move directly backwards from the line as far as circumstances allow.

eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking:

In the case of a throw-in violation:
- if the player take more than five (5) seconds to release the ball, without opponent interference, a 'personal unforced turnover' in the throw in category will be registered;
- when the violation is caused by the opponent action, a team closed defense for example, we'll register a 'team forced turnover' in the 'throw in' category.

See in our forums the 'basketball free throws' topics and the exposition "Basketball Free Throws Statistical Analysis" at eBA SYSTEM ONLINE.

All the terms in this post are widely explained at The eBA Basketball Encyclopedia.

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Lamar Odom Dribbles Inbounds ! How do you register this Turnover ? Surely is UNFORCED... but is traveling TO ? a pass TO ? a dribbling TO ? Under which TO category must we track it according to your eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System ? ..."

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01/07/18

About the Basketball Possessions Concept & the Good and Bad Statistics
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Weekly's Reflexions on Basketball Statistics:
About the Basketball Possessions Concept & the Good and Bad Statistics

Basketball Statistician's Sunday's Reflexions
When using possessions to rate offenses and defenses, an excellent exercise in getting to know basketball, the benefits of this definition become clear:

"Possession for a team, it is the period of play between when one team gains control of the ball and when the other team gains control of the ball. For an individual, a possession or part of a possession is credited when that individual causes to end his/her team's possession."

We'll analyze the following 2 situations:

1) A player brings the ball up court, takes a 20 foot jump shot and makes it.

2) A player brings the ball upcourt, takes a 20 foot jump shot and misses, but a teammate rebounds, misses the putback, then get his own rebound and finally puts in a layup.

The first situation involves one scoring possession and one total possession regardless of which definition is used.

The second situation has one scoring and one total possession using above definition. Using the other meaning, the second situation involves one scoring possession and three total possessions.

Now, which situation represented the better offense ?

Oscar Robertson is the only player to ever average a triple-double in a season. He had amazing numbers in the 1961-1962 season with 30.8 points, 11.4 assists and 12.5 rebounds. In this AP photograph by Hans Von Nolde from Grantland presented by #eBAStatsGroup #BasketballStatistics Analysis .

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Oscar Robertson is the only player to ever average a triple-double in a season. He had amazing numbers in the 1961-1962 season with 30.8 points, 11.4 assists and 12.5 rebounds.
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About Basketball Possessions and the Good & Bad Statistics:
David Berri, Martin Schmidt, and Stacey Brook, authors of The Wages of Wins, have come up with an algorithm for assessing the value of professional basketball players, using econometric methods to objectively valuate basketball statistics in terms of their impact on winning games.

The basic theory of the authors is that measurements of a player's efficiency are better tools for evaluating players than statistics like "points per game."

Since teams have an equal number of possessions in a basketball contest, the team that efficiently uses those possessions is more likely to win.

Turning the ball over without scoring is "bad," while converting a possession into points is "good."

The authors regressed nine statistics to find their relative impact on wins. Here's a simplification of their findings.

"Good" statistics: Each point, rebound, and steal have relatively equal impacts on winning. They are about twice as important as each block and assist. So, to quantify the positive statistics, here's a simple formula:

points + rebounds + steals + 1/2 (blocks) + 1/2 (assists)

"Bad" statistics: field goal attempts and turnovers have equally negative impacts on winning. They are twice as bad as free throw attempts and personal fouls. Here's a simple formula for the "bad" stats:

field goal attempts + 1/2 (free throw attempts) + turnovers + 1/2 (personal fouls)

Putting this all together we get what the authors call a "Win Score":

Points + Rebounds + Steals + 1/2 (blocks) + 1/2 (assists) - field goal attempts - 1/2 (free throw attempts) - turnovers - 1/2 (personal fouls)

Win Score proves to be an excellent method of comparing players who play the same position. But since power forwards and centers tend to have higher average Win Scores than guards, adjustments need to be made when comparing little men to big men.

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





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12/28/17

Basketball Statistics Questions: Last FT 2 Seconds To Go, 2 Points Ahead...
& Basketball Statistics Video Case Study

Basketball Tracking Stats Referred Questions:
• 2 Seconds To Go, 2 Points Ahead and Last Free Throw

Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions
...A well known game situation: 2 seconds to go, 2 points ahead and last free throw. The player intentionally misses the free-throw according with the indications from the bench to avoid a complete 2 seconds possession for the opponent. He succeed and they win the game. Can this action be registered in such way that we don't "punish" the shooter's Evaluation Metrics with a -1 because of the missed free
throw ?

What is the Statistics Tracking Rule according to the eBA Basketball Statistics System Book ? ...

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If you are performing the analysis by means of video, and you are not sure about those "bench indications". you have no alternative and must register the missed free-throw.

The decibel level at Rupp Arena reached epic levels with Nick Calathes at the free throw line with less than a second remaining.
Photograph: from Ed Reinke in ESPN

If you were present at this game, and you heard or saw clearly the coach's indications, you may use the "Team Player" option to register the missed throw, registering this action in the "play-by-play" report.

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Video Case Study:
Free Throw Intentionally Missed & Lane Violation


"... Aaron Brooks Intentionally Misses FT but... Commits a Lane Violation ? Can you tell me if really there here a violation ?


And, what is the statistical registration according with your system ? How the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System analyze Aaron Brooks´s action ? ..."

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• About a Traveling Turnover, a 8/10 Seconds Backcourt Violation & Pts Scored in the Wrong Basket

Basketball Tracking Stats Referred Questions
"... A1 jumps and shoots, but B1 taps the ball and is still in A1 ones hand. A1 returns with ball that never left his hand.

Is this jump ball, traveling, or a block shoot? B1 just barely tap the ball in the shooters hand.

And what is the statistician rule according to the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System ..."

eBA Basketball Statistics Tracking:
If B1 prevents A1 from releasing the ball, it's a held ball, with the statistical record according the alternating possession rule.

If A1 chooses not to release the ball, it's traveling, recording a forced turnover against A1 and a forced steal in favour to B1, the player deflecting, or team player, depending upon the situation.

Jasmine Hassell #12 of the East Team has her shot blocked by Christina Marinacci #00 and Tierra Ruffin-Pratt #4 of the West Team
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"... The 8 / 10 seconds time limit rule violation is a PERSONAL or TEAM turnover ? FORCED or
UNFORCED ?
By the way, all the basketball leagues have this rule ? Any difference ? ..."

eBA Basketball Statistics Tracking:
The 8/10 seconds backcourt violation is generally a TEAM TURNOVER, being FORCED or UNFORCED depending upon the opponent's action: if it is as result of an all or half court press defense (FORCED) or a defender's error (UNFORCED).

"... To whom are credited the points scored in the wrong basket ?
To any player ? To the opponent captain ? And what the stats rule ? Turnover ? ..."

Points scored in the wrong basket are never credited to a player, but are credited to the team in a footnote. Points awarded for basket interference or goaltending by the defense are credited to the shooter. When a live ball goes in the basket, the last player who touched the ball causes it to go there ( from the Instructions & Rules Coverage - Scoring 9. ).


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Basketball Passing: Scottie Pippen passes to referee on FB... TO classification: F, UF or T TO ?




Scottie Pippen passes to referee on FB... TO classification: F, UF or T TO ?

"... Scottie Pippen passes to referee on a Fast Break... What is the TO classification: a Forced, an Unforced or a Technical TO ?

How the eBA Basketball Statistics System analyze this situation ? ..."

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12/14/17

About the Basketball Second Chance Points & Basketball Training Video
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Weekly Reflexions on Basketball Statistics:
About the Basketball Second Chance Points

About Statistics & Statisticians... and Coaches that
As you surely noticed, the graduates at the concluded eBA CLINICS ONLINE rewrite, correct, enhance and update every thread at our Basketball Statistics Forums, as part of their practical work. Now we are merging all the unitary messages and similar ones in a common thread ( thus reducing the number of topics ): and the threads are categorized according to the eBA Basketball Analysis System contents, which is a more practical approach to the search at the Basketball Statistics Study Forums.

"....When a team shoots a high percentage from the floor, the number of second chance opportunities will distinctly be smaller, but the efficiency of the second chance possession is not a function of the number of second chance opportunities in a game.

Consequently, if teams have higher efficiency during second chances than first chances, a team's game efficiency, taking all the different aspects into account, is nearly always increased only because the offensive rebounding. By contrast, since that relationship appears alternating, the important objective of collecting and evaluating data is in the bonus possessions produced by the net offensive rebounding differential.

... Pao Gasol shoots in a second chance opportunity ...
Photograph: SILive.com

A well balanced team would be more effective on second chance points than on first chance points because, on most first chance possessions, the defense is accomplished and the offensive team must attack the set defense to find their scoring opportunities.

In whatever manner, with possessions that go on with an offensive rebound, the defense is often lacking order at the instant of the rebound, and these possessions often end with either a foul [the most effective method of scoring] or a tap-in or other relatively easy shot.

Only when the offensive team decides to withdraw the ball back out following an offensive rebound and run its half court offense would the defense have an opportunity to reset itself.

Concisely, to resume this post, teams obtain more easy scores in second chance possessions than in first chance possessions, so they must be registered and analyzed as it was explained and is included in the eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis System. ...." ( Read Complete Thread at the Basketball Statistics Forums )

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12/07/17

About the Assists Tracking in the NBA and according the eBA System
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Basketball Statistics Tracking Referred Questions:
About the Assists Tracking in the NBA and according the eBA System

Basketball Tracking Stats Referred Questions
"... How are assists awarded in the NBA?

Is it a pass that results in a basket with no dribbles, one dribble, etc., in between?

As in the NBA everything is different: are there specific guidelines for official
tracking ? ..."


Basically, there is no difference with another leagues in this category, only the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System have a special treatment with the assists.

According to the NBA’s statisticians' manual, an assist is credited to the player tossing "the last pass leading directly to a field goal if, and only if, the player scoring the goal responds by demonstrating immediate reaction toward the basket."

Consequently, according to the traditional statisticians' rules an assist is a pass that lead directly to a basket.
Any assist is credited to the player tossing the last pass leading directly to a field goal, if and only if the player scoring the goal responds by demonstrating immediate reaction toward the basket.
No more than one assist is to be credited for each field goal.
An in-bounds pass can be an assist, if it leads directly to a field goal.

An assist can be credited if a receiving player takes a dribble, so long as he makes an immediate reaction toward the basket.

John Stockton, the all-time NBA leader in assists and steals, will be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame by the second greatest true point guard ever, Isiah Thomas. To put his statistical accomplishments into perspective, he had 15,806 assists and 3,265 steals. The #2 assists leader was Marc Jackson with 10,334 assists and the #2 steals leader was Michael Jordan with only 2,514 steals.
Photograph: THERE he is

John Stockton, the all-time NBA leader in assists and steals, will be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame by the second greatest true point guard ever, Isiah Thomas. To put his statistical accomplishments into perspective, he had 15,806 assists and 3,265 steals. The #2 assists leader was Marc Jackson with 10,334 assists and the #2 steals leader was Michael Jordan with only 2,514 steals.

Another obvious element is that this metric is somewhat dependent on how often a team made three-pointers, because the circumstantial numerical evidence that so many three-pointers are assisted.

It is not surprising at all that three-pointers tend to get more assists, having a portion of two-pointers which are "un-assistable", the result of put-backs and tip-ins, while few threes are shot off of the dribble.

Another evidence in our assist analysis maybe a good shooting team that doesn't score often on put-backs, so there were more two-point assist opportunities.

The eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System, is able to give two assists - like in hockey - on one play.
Many times, a point guard gives a great pass, and another player makes a pass that leads to the basket.

The first pass gets a credit in the game analysis chapter - no at the stats numbers ! -, because it can be more important than the second pass. On the other hand, a great pass that leads to the shooter being fouled is credited as an assist.

In the case of free throws, eBA System records the assist if the fouled player makes both (or the three) throws or one of them. But in this case, in our rate we give the assist a qualification of one point for each free throw made.

The eBA System records the following stats about Assists, in addition to the Made and Received ones:

Defensive assists, missed assists, potential assists, assists in paint, assists outside of paint, within each, assists leading to jump shots, assists leading to lay-ups, assists leading to foul shots, and within each of these, are they part of fast break or not.

See in our forums the 'basketball assists' topics and the exposition "Basketball Assists Statistical Analysis" at eBA System Book.

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Video Case Study:
Basketball 3/5/8/24 Seconds Cases: Team TO or Personal Turnover ?


"... Generally, we know, the 24 seconds violation is a team turnover and consequently a team steal for the team in defense. This is the game 1 of the NBA playoff game between the Nets & the Raps at the Air Canada Centre. This video clip features a fast break basket by Bostjan Nachbar ... and concludes with the Raps getting called on a 24 second shot clock violation. But previously there is an altered shot gained by the red Nets...

Should you give the statistical tracking according to your eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System ? Is it a team turnover or a personal of the last blocked shooter ? Is it a team steal because of the 24 seconds violation or is a personal steal of the blocker ? ..."

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11/28/17

About Basketball Per-Minute Statistics and the Player Contribution Measure
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Basketball Statistics Referred Concepts:
About Basketball Per-Minute Statistics and the Player Contribution Measure

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
Per-minute Statistics: "... Per minute stats are a good manner to compare players within a team, seeing how a player off the bench might fare compared to the player in front of him in the rotation, but we must be careful about players who scarcely play - Jackie Butler may have averaged 96 points per 48 in the 5 minutes he played for the Knicks last year, but very doubtful he could have achieved it.

Also, we must be careful comparing players from one team to another. For example, the season Steve Nash averaged 16.1 assists per 48 while Tony Parker averaged just 8.6 - a large part of the reason for that is the pace and style Phoenix plays gave Nash more opportunities than Parker.

Per-48 Stats is not meant to be a projection of what a player would average if he played 48 minutes per game. Keep in mind that it is simply an expression of per-minute stats.

They are expressed as per-48 so that the resulting averages are easy to deal with: "23 points per 48 minutes" is easier to read and understand than ' 0,479 points per minute '; ..."

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Player Contribution Measure: "... Time played is a parameter not used with frequency in player's valuation although it is included in the box stats.

To relate player's valuation with his minutes played will give us his "efficiency", degree of cooperation into the team and with his teammates, interesting factor for the coach, the player and the game analyst.

The team's 'efficiency' per minute is obtained by dividing the valuation points, taken from the statistics, by the possible play minutes ( 40 or 48 ) and the mean of player's efficiency per minute by dividing newly by 200 or 240 ( total minutes played by 5 players on the court ).

The result compared with the player's individual ( valuation / minutes played ) and multiplied by his minutes in play will give us his efficiency or degree of cooperation over or under the team's mean.

From the moment that you can have only five players on the floor at one time, which invariably leads to some players seeing more action than others, how can you measure the contribution of players who play less and thus have fewer points, rebounds, and so on, than the starters?

The eBA Annual Basketball Statistics Clinic uses the per-minute stat to measure a player's value in terms of any other raw data stat for players with a low range of minutes played.
Say that one player scores eight points in a game, however, plays only eight minutes.

His per-minute scoring average is one point per minute, which extrapolated to a 40-minute game, would be 40 points per game.

But, actually, nobody in the NBA, WNBA or Euroleague, for that matter - averages 40 points per game. Suddenly, those eight points looks more impressive.

Although coaches find the per-minute stat helpful in evaluating players, but it has its limitations. Longer time periods belongs surely to the best players, and shorter time periods may yield misleading stats. ..."

"... Imagine a player that scores a three-pointer in his first minute of play and then sat out the rest of the game. Does anyone truly believe that he would've scored 144 points (3 x 48) in that game had he played the 48 minutes ? ..."

By Professor

Excerpts of a discussion at the eBA Annual Basketball Statistics Clinic



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