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10/02/17

About the Basketball Center as a Full-time Basketball Position
& the Basketball Training Video in our Reflexions on Basketball Statistics

Reflexions on Basketball Statistics:
About the Basketball Center as a Full-time Basketball Position

Basketball Statistician's Sunday's Reflexions
Let us now have a closer look to the first two changes proposed here by Dennis Hans. He thinks that we’ll not only reduce the threat of foul trouble, we’ll remake center into a full-time basketball position, where quickness, creativity and skill, rather than brute strength or a gift for flopping, are paramount.

"... 1) Make non-brutal illegal screens a loss-of-possession violation, like traveling. Only dirty picks – sticking out an elbow, forearm or bony knee – will be a foul.
Probably 90 percent of illegal screens fall into the non-dirty category.

2) Quit treating intentional fouls as if they were non-intentional. Current penalties for the latter are fine; for the former, they are so weak that they function as rewards.

Center as a Full-time Basketball Position
Photograph: Mike Ransdell from Canada.com

Most intentional fouls – grabs by beaten or outmanned defenders to abort fast breaks or halfcourt drives; hugs and muggings to prevent layups and dunks – are based on the premise that the opposing team is less likely to score two points if they have to restart their offense by inbounding the ball or step to the line for a pair of free throws than if the fast break, drive or power move had continued. ...

If we make the penalty an actual penalty – two points for the fouled player, and his team retains possession of the ball – refs will never have to invoke the rule because no one would be so stupid as to intentionally foul.

We’ll have fewer stoppages of play, more fast breaks, less roughhousing, and fewer fouls, particularly by
centers. ..."

And how we adapt these proposals to the basketball statistics registration?

By Professor

( Excerpts from my Exposition at the eBA Clinics:
"The Basketball Positions Analysis and Statistical Tracking" )






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Basketball Training Videos:
Stephen Curry's Curry Combo - Signature Moves

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Basketball: Stephen Curry's Curry Combo - Signature Moves

Nike Basketball Pro Training presents Stephen Curry showing a compendium of his best moves.

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09/24/17

Basketball Statistician's Digest:
The Illegal Defense in the NBA

Illegal Defense: A rather nebulous NBA rule that was called irregularly. It's designed to prevent the use of the zone defense, today legal in the NBA, it was more like a 3-second violation for the defense, in which no defender can stay in the lane for more than, well, 3 seconds. If you were on defense and were not aggressively guarding someone, you could not spend more than 3 seconds in the key at a time.

The term Illegal Defense has replaced Zone Defense in NBA usage. The rule now in place, supported by guidelines, defines approved coverage by defensive players and teams. Violations of these rules and guidelines will be noted as Illegal Defense.

Basketball Illegal Defense
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a. Illegal defenses which violate the rules and accepted guidelines set forth are not permitted in the NBA.

b. When the offensive team is in its backcourt with the ball, no illegal defense violation may occur.

The illegal defense guidelines needed to be eliminated because they have become problematic. They are problematic for our fans, who don't understand the rule.

They are problematic for the officials, who admittedly have had difficulty administering the rule. And finally, the teams have used the guidelines in a way that produces isolation basketball. Teams identify areas on the floor that they can use to their advantage in a given offensive matchup and this produces a real sameness of play amongst a lot of the teams. With isolation Basketball, a lot of NBA teams began standing around.

There is little player movement, there is little ball movement, and there is a decreasing amount of fastbreak opportunities. These developments began with the misuse of the illegal defense guidelines and therefore they needed to be eliminated. By eliminating them, the desired result is to get a game that once again is based on passing, cutting, player movement, and ball movement. A game that hopefully produces fastbreak opportunities because that is the way our game should be played.

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11/09/15

About the Available Rebounds and the Basketball Rebound Percentage
& the Basketball Training Video in our Monday's Reflexions on Basketball Statistics

Monday's Reflexions on Basketball Statistics:
About the Available Rebounds and the Basketball Rebound Percentage

Basketball Statistician's Monday's Reflexions
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Monday Basketball Training Videos:
Passing: Jason Kidd Signature Moves: ALL IN ONE‬‏

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Passing: Jason Kidd Signature Moves: ALL IN ONE‬‏

Jason Kidd Signature moves: No-Look Pass, Behind-the-Back Pass, Pass of the Glass, Fake and Finish, Alley-oop Pass.

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10/26/15

About the Basketball 'Assist-Turnover Ratio'
& the Basketball Training Video in our Monday's Reflexions on Basketball Statistics

Monday's Reflexions on Basketball Statistics:
About the Basketball 'Assist-Turnover Ratio'

Basketball Statistician's Sunday's Reflexions
Reading the 'assist-turnover ratio' from the box-scores, where a player's Ast/TO ratio start to help his team's offensive effectiveness ?

It is clear this level must would be higher for a point guard, but which are the statistical levels ?

Both statistics categories assists and turnovers matter when we note at the European Basketball eBA Archives that 7 of the top 10 AS/TO players are on playoffs teams and of course it does have a positive effect.

 • turnovers are a four factor category according to Dean Oliver's "Basketball on Paper" book;

 • assists suggest good passing and have positive impact on at least 2 of the other three (FG% and FT/FG);

Under the defensive pression of Bryant Mbamalu, freshman guard Denzel Valentine turns the ball over during the game against Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns on Nov. 25, 2012, at Breslin Center. The Spartans beat the Ragin’ Cajuns 60-63. Photograph by Natalie Kolb / The State News

 • TO do not help the offense, but Pts / Reb / Ast do;

 • assists have positive impact on offensive rebounding if the good passes creates a need for help defense;

 • the Basketball Statistics Analysis System separates out 'TO resulting from passes' in our calculations;

 • assists also allow some of the players to focus more on rebounding than looking for their shot;

 • from the eBA Archives top 5 teams on raw assists played the playoffs but 3 of the bottom 5 played too;

 • assists are not one of the four factors categories according to Dean Oliver's "Basketball on Paper" book;

 • as you can see below, the results are different if the PG is also a shooter and/or rebounder - all this things create turnover opportunities-, than if he just brings the ball up and passes;

 • you can play with the following numbers taking into account that this is only a new eBA Research and the break-even points may very well be different for each position:

Forget passing, which player is the best decision maker?3 In this image, Leonard’s shot probability is tied for the most likely outcome, even though by expected possession value it is his worst option; passing to anyone would be better. And these numbers can be tailored to individual players! With substantial sample sizes for individual players over the course of thousands of possessions, we do not have to settle for 'Shooters make X percent of open corner threes', we can specify that 'Player Y makes Z percent of open corner threes'. Which point guard best understands his teammates’ strengths and weaknesses, the differences between the starters and the subs, etc? Which big man has the most added value when getting the ball at the post?  <br />
In this Image by Colin William Weaver from Crossroads presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis .
Image: Colin William Weaver from Crossroads

Forget passing, which player is the best decision maker? In this image, Leonard’s shot probability is tied for the most likely outcome, even though by expected possession value it is his worst option; passing to anyone would be better. And these numbers can be tailored to individual players! With substantial sample sizes for individual players over the course of thousands of possessions, we do not have to settle for 'Shooters make X percent of open corner threes', we can specify that 'Player Y makes Z percent of open corner threes'. Which point guard best understands his teammates’ strengths and weaknesses, the differences between the starters and the subs, etc? Which big man has the most added value when getting the ball at the post? ( continue reading the article in http://bit.ly/1K9jK90 )

Top 20 overall AS/TO Ratio are for point guards 2.45, shooting guards 1.75, small forward 1.55, power forward 1.15 and center something about 0.85.

A selected excerpt from the discussions at the eBA Annual Analysis System Clinic Chat about this topic "Basketball Assists & Turnovers" by Prof. Roberto Azar.







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Monday Basketball Training Videos:
Pau Gasol - Running Hook - Signature Moves

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Basketball: Pau Gasol - Running Hook - Signature Moves

Work your defender to get him out of position and finish ice-cold with the unblockable running hook shot.

1. Post up Establish contact with the defender in your back. Before you receive the pass make sure that you are in a low and powerful position to keep your balance.

2. Fake baseline Spin to the right to fake out your defender. When he shifts, youve got yourself some space to move.

3. Attack middle Now that you have your defender out of the way, turn round and attack the basket from the centre.

4. Running hook As you approach the basket, use your left arm and shoulder to protect the ball from any block attempts. Then as you take the shot; use your fingertips for extra control and shoot smoothly over your defender into the basket.

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10/19/15

Monday's Reflexions on Basketball Statistics: Basketball FG Percentages values going down ?

Monday's Reflexions on Basketball Statistics:
Are the Basketball Field Goal Percentages values going down ?

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This topic is resumed in the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System at the eBA System > The Articles

Monday Basketball Training Videos:
Wrap Around with Ricky Rubio

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Wrap Around with Ricky Rubio

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10/14/15

Basketball Block Shot Analysis & Statistics Tracking:
With or Without Ball Control is the Question!

Basketball Block Shot Analysis & Statistics Tracking:
With or Without Ball Control is the Question!

The answer was:
A1 goes up for a shot under the basket and the defensive player B2 knocks the ball in the hands of the shooter while they are both in the air, and there is no case of foul. A1 then let the ball fall to the ground before landing back on the court, gathers the ball up and makes a basket.

What is the call for the game and the statistical tracking in case of turnover?

Celtics small forward Paul Pierce has his shot blocked by Charlotte Bobcats power forward Tyrus Thomas during their NBA basketball game in Charlotte, North Carolina. Photo: REUTERS/Chris Keane

By definition (see our eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis Encyclopedia ) a blocked shot occurs when a defensive player successfully and legally deflects a shot from an offensive player by touching and rejecting the ball on its way to the basket, and before it has reached its highest point, in order to prevent from a field goal.

In order to be a legal action, the  block must occur while the shot is travelling upward. It it is heading downward when the defender hits it, it is ruled a goaltending and counts as a made basket.

We have an altered shot when a blocker changes the shooter shot causing the shooter to miss the basket.

Opponents' field goal percentage vary widely depending on which interior defender is close to the basket. Milwaukee's Larry Sanders is one of the most effective interior defenders in the league: opponents struggle to score when he is near the basket. This not the case with Boston Celtics' David Lee: when he is close to the basket, opponents score at very high efficiencies. (Click on the picture to read the full article by Adam E. Gallagher from  Tropics of Meta). In this Image: by Adam E. Gallagher from  Tropics of Meta presented by eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis Group.
Interior Basketball Defense Analitics for the NBA
Image: by Adam E. Gallagher from Tropics of Meta

If the ball is knocked out of the offensive players hands while they are in mid air, then they regain control once they have landed, this is legal.

If the ball is forced out during the time that the player is in the air, the player regains control (while in the air) and lands, it is a travel.
eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking=
Forced Turnover

If the offensive player returns to the floor, holding the ball, and the ball has never left his hands, one of two things are possible:

1) if the defensive player has only one hand on the ball, it is a travel against the offensive player.
eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking=
Forced Turnover.


2) if the defensive player has both hands on the ball it is a jump ball which will be resolved according with the alternate possession rule

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08/03/15

About the Plus Minus Ratings in Basketball Statistics
& the Basketball Training Video in our Monday's Reflexions on Basketball Statistics

Monday's Reflexions on Basketball Statistics:
About the Plus Minus Ratings in Basketball Statistics

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Plus Minus Rating ~ Definition & Applicability
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UNC's Tar Heels have a history of deep benches and using all their players, here Harrison Barnes, in their drive to win NCAA men's basketball championships. This is the team and his Head Coach Roy Williamns, that invented the second five. The team that can substitute players as interchangeable commodities rather than key ingredients to a championship run. The team that had removed its starting five for several minutes during a debacle at Georgia Tech, only to right itself and beat Duke and win the ACC regular season.






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Monday Basketball Training Videos:
Derrick Rose's Basketball Teardrop

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Derrick Rose's Basketball Teardrop

Tony Parker was one of the first to use the “teardrop” in the NBA as a main weapon against bigger defenders patrolling the paint, but Bulls guard Derrick Rose has taken it to a whole new level and does it better than anyone in the Association. He uses his great quickness to set up his defender.

Once Rose has his opponent on his heels, he utilizes his lightning-quick crossover dribble, stops on a dime, springs up off both feet, and floats a shot with his strong hand.

What makes Rose’s jump stop so tough to defend is the way he can contort his body when he attacks the rim. Because of that threat, his floater is extra tough to anticipate.



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07/06/15

Monday's Reflexions on Basetball Statistics: The Basketball Defensive Rebound Efficiency

Monday's Reflexions on Basketball Statistics:
Some Reflexions about the Basketball Defensive Rebound Efficiency

basketball 24 Seconds Statistics
"... Talking about turnovers, for example, you might hear someone say, "Our team perpetrated 18 turnovers. That's not very good."

It might not be, but you'd have to know more about the way the game was played to reach that conclusion. 18 turnovers against a slow-down team would be awful. 18 turnovers against  a quick-pace squad would be accomplishable. ..."

"... There's a stat called 'defensive rebound efficiency' that is  used in the eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis System -- it measures the amount of defensive rebounds taken down from missed shots.

Some Reflexions about the Basketball Defensive Rebound Efficiency
Photograph: The LLaBB

There's a similar idea we apply in eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis System as 'offensive rebound efficiency', which simply measures the amount of available offensive rebounds that a team gather.

One area where that stat breaks down, however, is that it's hard to take free throws into account just by looking at the box score because there's no way to know which missed shots could result in an offensive rebound.

This is Kawhi Leonard’s defensive shot chart for the 2013-14 season. Think of it as the inverse of a conventional shot chart: It reflects the shooting behavior of players when Paul was defending them. The sizes of the symbols on the chart correspond to shot frequency; the color of the symbols represents shot efficiency. These defensive shot charts do a good job of showing the relevance of individual defenders. Players like Leonard reduce the effectiveness of whoever they’re guarding. In this Image by Kirk Goldsberry from GrantLand.com presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis .
Image: by Kirk Goldsberry from GrantLand.com

Therefore, when the eBA System register the equations with the "trips to the line", this problem
is solved. ..."

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Running Hook with Pau Gasol

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Running Hook with Pau Gasol

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05/04/15

Monday's Reflexions on Basketball Statistics: Some reflections about the 24 Seconds Statistics

Monday's Reflexions on Basketball Statistics:
Some Reflections about the Basketball 24 Seconds Statistics

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Monday Basketball Training Videos:
All in One with Jason Kidd

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All in One with Jason Kidd

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07/07/14

About the Basketball Possessions Ending in TO & the True Percentage of Team Poss Used
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Monday's Reflexions on Basketball Statistics:
15,97% of the Basketball Possessions End in TO

Basketball Statistician's Monday's Reflexions
How we perform the analysis of one team´s turnovers in relation with other team, let say the next opponent at the next game ?

If a team averages 15 turnovers a game, and the next opponent is a team that forces 15 turnovers a game, is it possible to assume that there will be 15 turnovers for that game ?

Or... we must take the league average as the basic unit to analyze this data: if the league average for turnovers is 16.4 that´s means that each team turnover rate is 109,33% compared to the league...

During the eBA Basketball Statistics Tracking Clinics I expressed my opinion that 'exclusive ratings' and 'scientific formulas' employ only a lacking minimum of the significantly important statistics: turnovers per possession and Defensive turnovers per possession; games won and games lost; etc.

But all other information as playoff game vs meaningless garbage time, recent injuries, possible matchup advantages, etc. (see the thread about eBA System Non Standard Statistics ) are disregarded.

Homecourt advantage is usually disregarded too, (see this thread about Home & Road Stats: differences ) meanwhile the Game Analysis & Scouting takes in account every one of this categories, and much more.

You can reach to the answer to your question by a different way: express the team's turnover proclivity in terms of the proportion of possessions that end in turnover - according to the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System Archives: around the 15,97% of the possessions end in turnover.

Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard Kobe Bryant (24), against a 1 vs 4 defense !, has his shot blocked by Chicago Bulls small forward Luol Deng (9) in the final seconds of the second half of their NBA basketball game in Los Angeles on December 25, 2011. The Bulls won 88 to 87. In this UPI photograph by Lori Shepler from Dalje.com presented by #eBAStatsGroup #BasketballStatistics Analysis .

Photograph: Dalje.com

About the true percentage of team possessions used:
We know that the 'Usage Rate' is the formula to determine how many possessions a player uses. But which is its significance ?.

If a player keep an account of a high usage of possessions that means he is the one who has the greatest effect of on how well the team performs ?

So if that team is great and he leads the league in 'usage rate' would that make him the best player in the game ?

The team's offense is a measure of how well its high-usage players are shooting: in a good offense, the high-usage player is usually effective; in a bad offense, the high-usage player is usually ineffective.

The eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System doesn't applies "Usage Rate" because it's not really measures possessions and doesn't really have anything to do with a player's defense.

We apply a stat that really measures usage:the percentage of team possessions used while on the floor.

Surely a player using up to 25-30% of team possessions is going to have a big effect on how well the offense performs, good or bad; by contrast, teams can get the best of low-efficiency, high-usage players and, rarely but possible, however have some decent offense.

By Professor

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





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Monday Basketball Training Videos:
Deron Williams Crossover and step-back

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About Two Assists
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About the Basketball
Team Defense Analysis

Open Letter About LinkedIn

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The Hand IS Part of the Ball
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Underrated or Overrated
Individual Stats

Game Pace & TO Ratios
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Tracking Each Shot and the Game Situation with the Best Indicators of the Winner

Basketball Game Analyst
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The Statistical Decision Limit
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Basketball Rebounds
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Statistics Never Tell
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Basketball Starters and Substitutes

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'Ritmo de Juego'
& la 'Relación de BP'

Cada Lanzamiento Conforme a la Situación y los Mejores Indicadores de una Victoria

Analista de Partido de Baloncesto
ó Analista Científico ?

Sobre Escouters y Estadígrafos
del Baloncesto

Niveles de Relación Asistencias-Balones Perdidos en el Baloncesto

El Límite Estadístico Determinante
en Baloncesto

Concepto del Rebote
como Factor Estadístico en Baloncesto

Las Estadísticas No cuentan TODO !

Titulares y Suplentes en Baloncesto

Sobre el Análisis de los
Datos del Plus / Minus en Baloncesto

Errores en el Balance de las Estadísticas

Asistencias y Asistencias Potenciales

Análisis de la Defensa de Equipo

BP y el Factor "Ritmo de Juego"



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