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05/28/15

Statistician's Digest: Discussion about... When is it a Basketball Assist ?

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts:
Discussion about... When is it a Basketball Assist ?

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
About a discussion from the last Saturday at our eBA Statistics Forum


"... A5 is dribbling around outside, he drops the ball into A7 in the post. A7 dribbles a bit (dribble of a center), tries to shake his defender, succeeds and scores.
Does A5 get an assist ? ..."



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03/25/15

Statistician's Digest: A Basketball Playoffs Scoring Efficiency Equation

07/31/14

About the Most Helpful Scorebook Stats before Going into the Locker Room ...!
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Basketball Statistics Referred Concepts:
About the Most Helpful Basketball Scorebook Stats before Going into the Locker Room ...!

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
Which are the most helpful scorebook stats, for example before going into the locker room at half time, according to the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System,
and why ?

Logically, the best and first indicator of the winner is to be sure that the team that has the most points is my proper team..., and only after that, I see the most helpful
scorebook stats:

- defensive touches tracked and shots inside the paint... ( how aggressive are we playing ? );

- number of fouls called on each team... ( who shoots the most free throws ? );

- rebounds... ( are our rebounds at 40+ / 50+ per game and we own the boards ? );

- turnovers, steals... ( are the immediate gratification you are looking for in a game...);

- the shot chart for both teams by quarter ( are we shooting to many jumpers and not attacking the rim ? );

- the shots by 4, 8, 16, 20 & 24 seconds report ( is this game pace our game pace? );

the Most Helpful Basketball Scorebook Stats
The Most Helpful Basketball Scorebook Stats to Discuss into the Locker Room
in a Photograph by Christopher Dabe / BE

- missed layups... ( all the other problems will get over that as soon as players start making layups !);

- deflections... ( are we getting good pressure in the passing lanes ? );

- turnover/assist ratio for players and turnovers/steals ratio for the team ( more assists and steals, OK ? );

- OER (offensive efficiency rating)= total points scored divided by total possessions;

- DER (defensive efficiency rating)= total points allowed divided by total possessions;

- these last two stats take the tempo of the game out of the equation and give you a true sense of how effective you are at scoring and stopping the other team.

In my opinion, everything else is post-game analysis as proposed in my eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis System.


( Excerpt from the introduction to my exposition "Basketball Statistics Analysis" at the eBA Basketball Statistics Clinics. )

By Profesor

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06/26/14

Does the Home Court Advantage Really Exists ? and Basketball Actuality News Video
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Basketball Statistics Referred Concepts:
Does the Home Court Advantage Really Exists ?

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
Home teams may be, typically, better than away teams.

Looking at home-away games during the first half of the season, the game trends indicates home teams often outmatch away teams.

This indicates that in the first half of the basketball season, home teams are in a
general and inherent manner stronger than away teams, in a relation
of 70-75% of winning percentage.

During the second half, this difference related to the home teams is matched and home and away teams winning percentage are equals to the same degree.

This reality brings to the conclusion that winning percentage of home teams concurrently goes down during this time.

Why this difference between the two halves of the season ?

the Basketball Home Court Advantage
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On the remark that average score margin is highly mutually related to the quality of being able to win, we must take into consideration that average score margin can be adjusted for force of games agenda and variations in day-to-day ability.

A 2/3 winning record of home teams is often cited as attest that home court advantage really exists.

But all the analysis records neither validate nor contradict that the home court advantage exists, only give us the necessity of a way to calculate it more carefully.

( Excerpt from the introduction to my exposition "Basketball Wins probability" at the eBA Basketball Statistics Clinics. )

By Professor

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02/27/14

About Basketball Steals and Defensive Efficiency and the Defense By The Numbers
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Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts:
Basketball Steals and Defensive Efficiency

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
In the current eBA Annual Basketball Statistics Clinic there is a debate about basketball steals: is a good number of steals a good indicator for the efficiency of the defense ?

Some thoughts to begin the discussion:

 • ...players or teams with the best steals averages are not as a highly likely consequence the best defensive players or steals...

 • ...if players go for too many steals, the probabilities are their defensive efficiency including everything is set at a disadvantage from that...

 • ...steals percentage (steals per possession) is a good statistic to consider...

 • ...declaring as an attribute or quality a defense on steals isn't going to be as being marked by a favorable outcome as one based on forcing misses...

 • ...if your aggressive style defense is more impressive than your team playing a more conforming to a standard defense, you'll have to examine and note the similarities or differences of your numbers with something...

The discussion and my analysis will continue on the thread "Steal Statistics: Cases & Registration" at the Processing Statistics Board.


basketball steats analysis
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Basketball Steals & Defense By The Numbers:

Data collected since 1988 by eBA Stats.com Team reflects the good and bad of the team’s defense.

We tracked possession-by-possession who was responsible for defending shots, forcing turnovers, committing fouls that resulted in free throws, or stealing the ball including effective ball denial defense.

The data suggests broad defensive principles where guards and perimeter defenders can pressure the ball and make opponents uncomfortable on the perimeter, but always with focus on the team’s force rules that funnel penetration to certain locations.

At those defined locations, the perimeter defender knows he’ll have help from a teammate — usually a big man.

This eBA Stats approach is very valid, and more detailed than what we see at another statistical systems. This kind of information is extremely useful and is being studied during the current eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System Clinic.

The goal is to steal the ball and create turnovers by always having a defender close to the offensive player, limit the number of open looks at the basket, while simultaneously having big men challenge a greater proportion of the offense’s shot attempts.

This serves to both steal the ball and create turnovers and increase the statistical likelihood of misses.

By Professor

Excerpts of a discussion at the eBA Annual Basketball Statistics Clinic






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Top 10 NBA Defensive Plays of the Week



Top 10 NBA Defensive Plays of the Week

About the NBA:
The NBA is the premier professional basketball league in the United States and Canada. The league is truly global, with games and programming in 215 countries and territories in 47 languages, as well as NBA rosters at the start of the 2013-14 season featuring a record 92 international players from 39 countries and territories. For the 2013-14 season, each of the league's 30 teams will play 82 regular-season games, followed by a postseason for those that qualify.



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09/26/13

About Basketball Tall Players and the Basketball Winning Percentage Statistics
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Basketball Statistics Referred Concepts:
About Basketball Tall Players and the Basketball Winning Percentage Statistics

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
Is there at the eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis System a research about the influence of the tall players in the winning percentage and the game statistics evolution of the outside and inside players in this game dominated by giants...?

Some data to go on with this question and the discussion:
in fact, there is in the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System a research about the influence of the tall players in the winning percentage and the game statistics evolution of the outside and inside players.

And some data about... only three teams won the NBA ring without a 2.13 m player in their opening quintet in the last 25 years:

... the Detroit Pistons in 2003-04 ( with Rasheed Wallace, 2.11, as the tall man of the opening team ), newly the Pistons in 1988-89 ( with Laimbeer, 2.11, as the tall man ) and the Sixers of 1982-83 ( with Moses Malone, 2.08, as the tall of the opening quintet ). And, speaking about the Euroleague, only one team: the Panathinaikos of 2001-02, with Alvertis, 2.06, as the tall man of the team.

And to close this the first section of the answer, with all that was said we reach to the 'Seven Feet Theory', which is supported by recognized NBA scouters: to win actually a championship you must have a 7 feet ( 2,13 m ) player in the middle of the paint area.

Sun Mingming, the 7-foot-9 Chinese center, the world's tallest basketball player
Photograph: angry asian man

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"... 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. ..."

Read more: Center as a Full-time Basketball Position

"... And I think that in order to recognize the importance of the tall men´s work we must reach the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis and read the chapter of the opponents errors forced by our tall men and the block shots which ends in our baskets on the other side of the court.

Tall men are not as spectacular as the guards, but remember my post with the 'Seven Feet Theory', which is supported by recognized NBA scouters: to win actually a championship you must have a 7 feet ( 2,13 m ) player in the middle of the paint area.

Teams with small players are more spectacular and quick, play funny basketball and may reach the top... but the winners are teams with tall men. ..."

Read More: Basketball Starting Centers Merit More Minutes

By Professor

Excerpts of a discussion at the eBA Annual Basketball Statistics Clinic







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How Tony Parker Got France to EuroBasket 2013 Finals



How Tony Parker Got France to EuroBasket 2013 Finals

Coach Nick breaks down this incredible semifinal game between France and Spain, where Sergio Rodriguez made some incredible plays and Tony Parker scored 32 points. But it came down to two teams faltering at the end, no one wanting to win this game. France overcame years of frustration to hang on, and met Lithuania in the Finals to win first EuroBasket title.



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06/20/13

About the Basketball Scouters & Statisticians Communities
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Basketball Statistics Referred Concepts:
About the Basketball Scouters & Statisticians Communities

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
"... For the past recent years, the scouting and statistics communities have feuded like members of rival families. Basketball scouters who evaluate players with their eyes are treated with contempt and the numbers-oriented people are cast as cold, computer-wielding propellerheads with no appreciation for scouting intangibles.

Not surprisingly, the camps have grown so polarized that they have retreated to their respective bunkers rather than engage in open and intelligent debate. Instead of gathering longtime scouts and statistics experts to discuss all the great issues in this arena. ..."

"... It is correct that we have coaches that "are not stat guys", that only trust what they see, and they think they don't need a bunch of numbers to get in the way. Others, use stats in various ways and are many which can speak about a tendex type formula.

Most of us, being in the basketball statistics analysis theme, and specially the analysis area, begin to understand that basketball is a difficult game to quantify, in some degree because of the way the game changes through time, and partially because of the powerful impact of teamwork, with the constant moving interaction of 12 players and the ball.

We are the same people which understand that at some level, we use the available information to better understand the game: no one stat can explain everything, so the combination of the numbers and the plays appreciation, eBA statistics analysis basis, is by this time the correct way. ..."

"... Basketball rates player's defense very badly meanwhile baseball, relatively, has multiple manners in this area. A basketball player may get a lot of blocks and simultaneously be a bad defender. On the other hand, another player may be an excellent man-to-man defender and at the same time don't get a lot of steals.

The Basketball Scouters & Statisticians Communities

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A broad set of statistical methods can say us that the player A is better than the player B on offense, but they can't give us definitive elements about those players defensively. Only a good game analyst scouting professional can perform it.

Now, we know that basketball has a lot of difficult areas of quantitative information when we translate a game into statistics. For example, categories as "allowed points - from 2, 3 and PF bonus"; "offensive rebounds allowed"; "turnovers - that aren't steals" and "good and bad personal fouls" - see our complete list of statistical analysis categories here, which are included in the eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis System, are not accounted in the traditional statistical methods, specially those made at live game time.

Gathering and analyzing those categories of data will give us a sort of information, for example, about how many unguarded shots - no fastbreaks plays - were taken by the opponents, and how many were allowed to us. This kind of info is the correct way in evaluating defense. ..."

"... Don't you think that basketball players have been dehumanized too much by this stats tend ? Ignoring the human side is an adjustment for breakage. Statisticians and scouter must work together: to evaluate a player for purposes of building a team implies a lot more than whether that player can play. Numbers can help with analyzing what a player does on the court, but to build a team not only means numbers. ..."

Excerpt of my Exposition about "Basketball Statistics & Statisticians"
in the current Basketball Statistics eBA Clinics.







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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.







Read More at eBA CLINICS ONLINE, search "basketball statistics" in this blog and consult the Chapter eBA Basketball Possessions Analysis.

This topic is resumed in the eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis System and at the eBA Encyclopedia.

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03/21/13

About the Player Consistency Measure & Statistics Affecting Winning Percentage
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Basketball Statistics Referred Concepts:
About the Player Consistency Measure & Statistics Affecting Winning Percentage

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
"... Between game analysts I hear a lot of talk about a player's consistency being important. But I think that it may almost be as important to know what you'll get from a player night in and night out as to actually get production.

Don't you think that it would be better to have a player who gets a solid 12 pts 7 rebounds every night, than to have someone who you never know if he'll get 17-11 or 7-3 each night, simply because you can count on that production, and plan around it ?

Is there a statistic in the Basketball Statistics Analysis System that measures consistency of players? ..."

My answer is a question.... consistency at doing what ?

In general anything that makes the game more random benefits the weaker team and anything that makes the contest less subject to random factors benefits the stronger team.

We said just this week at the eBA Basketball Statistics Annual Clinic's live chat that this is why, all else being equal, a slower pace benefits the weaker team and fewer possessions increases the impact of random events.

To measure the player's consistency you can use a linear weights rating system per 48 minutes game-by-game. And then apply standard deviation for the stat categories of interest which would probably be the source of interesting results.

Marquette guard Derrick Wilson (42) and Davidson guard Nik Cochran (12) fight for a rebound during the first half of their second-round game in the NCAA college basketball tournament, Thursday, March 21, 2013, in Lexington, Ky. Butler won 68-56. Photo: John Bazemore
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And on the other hand, traditional statistics in real time team-works, use excessively the option "Team Player"; because of lack of time to determine which player caused the opponent TO, or because of lack of knowledge about the game.

Traveling or a bad control outside ball of an opponent, are immediately registered as a TO by the stats men during a game. But the Steal of our player causing directly the walking or the outside ball by executing, for example, a good double team defense or a quick footwork, not always is registered...


After years of trying to find out how certain basketball statistics ( Field Goals; Free Throws; Personal Fouls; Turnovers; 3 Pointers; Blocks and Steals ) affect winning percentage for a basketball team, our conclusion is that while a rise in each stat have some affect in the rise or fall of winning percentage, we could not determine a single stat that had a direct affect on the dependent variable: the Winning Percentage.


So our results are more effective when we run the system on how the combination of all stats affected winning percentage, however this would be obvious given the nature of our study: the eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis System.


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







Read More at eBA CLINICS ONLINE, search "basketball statistics" in this blog and consult the Chapter eBA Basketball Possessions Analysis.

This topic is resumed in the eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis System and at the eBA Encyclopedia.

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01/24/13

A Basketball Reflection about Preventing Points from and Scoring More Points
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Basketball Statistics Referred Concepts:
A Basketball Reflection about Preventing Points from and Scoring More Points

Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
I just explained in one of my last expositions in eBA CLINICS ONLINE that...
"... as far as you analyze one's basketball team defense, in addition to all the formulas we studied at the eBA Basketball Statistics Clinic, the principal question any statistician would have to ask is:
what does the individual player do to prevent points from being scored ? and ...
what does he do to enable his team to score more points than the other team ? ..."

We can read at Detroit Free Press
"... Teams that play faster squeeze more possessions into their 48 minutes, giving them more opportunities to score. But they give their opponents just as many opportunities to score. ..."

"... Playing more possessions – and thus, both scoring and allowing more points – has no real affect on the actual quality of a team’s offense and defense. ..."

"... So, although advanced statistics reveal that Phoenix’s defense was probably better than the credit it received then, they say the opposite about the current Pistons’ defense, which ranked 14th in points allowed per game and 22nd in defensive rating last year. ..."

"... Yes, offensive rating and points per game – or defensive rating and points allowed per game – usually go hand-in-hand. But, often enough, points per game and points allowed per game are misleading. ..."

Brooklyn Nets' Deron Williams, right, fouls the jersey of Los Angeles Lakers' Kobe Bryant in the second half of an NBA basketball game in Los Angeles on Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012. The Lakers won 95-90 with D'Antoni's debut. Photograph by Jae C. Hong, Associated Press

Steals and defensive rebounds are distinctly important in that context, since each takes a possession away from the opponent.

Fouls are important, since a good batch of the time they directly lead to the opponent getting free throws.

Blocked shots, while interesting for the fans, is of borderline value, since it only decreases the other teams FG%, and does not assure a change of possession.

A + / - chart, indicating the margin of points the teams scores in relation to their opponent when a player is on the court, would also be useful, since it allows us to compare individual players to their teammates and to other players around the league.

Getting steals and creating turnovers with a trapping, opportunist defense, getting a lot of deflections and a lot of loose balls, means to annul the opponent transition game, and shows full and continue activity of the defender players.

Also the basketball weight trainers understand that basketball training or basketball weight training must be designed to optimally elevate the vertical jump, speed, and stamina on the court.

This means more blocked shots, steals and successful fast breaks which will translate to more team wins !

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







Read More at eBA CLINICS ONLINE, search "basketball team defense" in this blog and consult the Chapter eBA Basketball Team Defense Analysis.

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JUNE 2018 Selected Pages !

About the eBA Stats Group Social Networks, Basketball Plays & Statistics Formulas!

About the Basketball Efficiency
in Different Possession Start Cases

About Basketball Assists
& Potential Assists

About the Right Way
to Evaluate the Basketball Defense

About Two Assists
in the SAME Basketball Play

About the Basketball
Team Defense Analysis

Open Letter About LinkedIn

About Basketball Stats,
Methods and Players

The Hand IS Part of the Ball
in Basketball

Underrated or Overrated
Individual Stats

Game Pace & TO Ratios
of Individual Players

Tracking Each Shot and the Game Situation with the Best Indicators of the Winner

Basketball Game Analyst
or Scientific Analyst ?

About Basketball Scouters & Statisticians

Modern Basketball Assist-Turnover
Ratio Levels

The Statistical Decision Limit
in Basketball

Basketball Rebounds
as Statistical Factor

Statistics Never Tell
the WHOLE Story

Basketball Starters and Substitutes

About the Basketball
Plus / Minus Data Analysis

Statistics Box Score Balance Errors

Basketball Assists
& Potential Assists

Basketball Team Defense

Basketball TO
& the "Game Pace" Factor



Páginas Seleccionadas
de JUNIO 2018 !


Sobre las Redes Sociales del Grupo eBA Stats, Jugadas de Baloncesto y Fórmulas Estadísticas!

Sobre la Eficiencia en Baloncesto
Según el Comienzo de Posesión

Sobre las Asistencias del Baloncesto
y las Asistencias Potenciales

Sobre la Forma Correcta de Evaluar
la Defensa en Baloncesto

Sobre Dos Asistencias
en Una MISMA Jugada en Baloncesto

Análisis de la Defensa de Equipo
en Baloncesto

Carta Abierta Sobre LinkedIn

Sobre Estadísticas, Métodos
y Jugadores

La Mano ES Parte del Balón
en Baloncesto

'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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