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06/24/18

Basketball Tracking Stats Case Studies ~ Basketball Shot Statistics Tracking Case Study

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

Basketball Statistics eBA Case Study
About Basketball Shot Statistics Tracking Case Study

" ... As the shot clock is about to expire, A1
shoots and the ball without doubt is in flight before the buzzer.

 • case a) The shot-clock buzzer sounds while the ball is in the air and
the ball strikes the basket ring or enters the basket.
 • case b) The shot-clock buzzer sounds while the ball is in the air, the ball
fails to hit the ring, and A2 rebounds.
 • case c) The shot-clock buzzer sounds while the ball is in the
air, the ball fails to hit the ring, and B3 rebounds at the right wing of the court.
 • case d) The ball fails to hit the ring and the shotclock buzzer sounds as B3 rebounds.
 • case e) The ball hits the ring and the shot-clock buzzer sounds
as B3 rebounds over A4.

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. ) ... ?"

About Basketball Shots

Conclusion:

eBA System Statistics Fundamentals:
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 Basketball Statistical Tracking:

In all cases, no turnover is charged !

• In (a) the horn is ignored. Charge A1 with a FGA and, if the shot is good, credit A1 with a FGM;

• in (b), (c) and (d) the officials call the violation and Team B is awarded the ball for a throwin. Charge A1 with a FGA and credit Team B with a dead-ball rebound;

• in (e) the officials do not call a violation and Team B continues control of the ball. Charge A1 with a FGA and credit B3 with a disputed rebound.



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02/23/14

Basketball Tracking Stats Case Studies ~ Basketball Field Goals Statistics Tracking Case Study

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

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

" ... As the shot clock is about to expire, A1 ...

1.- throws a bad pass;
2.- throws a pass that B5 tips;
3.- throws a good pass that A3 mishandles or
4.- has the ball stripped away.

In all cases, A3 recovers the loose ball and shoots a desperation shot that misses the rim as the shot-clock horn sounds. The ball is
awarded to Team B for a throw-in.

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

Basketball Tracking Stats Case Studies ~ Basketball Field Goals Statistics Tracking Case Study

Photograph: NY Daily News

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:

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.

The statistician must records each shot related to:
- the game situation (time and score)
- ball location (sideline or endline)
- player location ( location of shot in our 15 zones basketball court diagram )
- type of shot (shot selection)
- shooting clock (seconds remaining)
- shot result ( made or missed ) and offensive and defensive alignments.


eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking:

In all cases, do not charge A3 with a FGA.

In 1.-, 2.- and 4.-, charge A1 with a FORCED or an UNFORCED TURNOVER.
depending upon the defenders actions.

In 3.-, charge A3 with a FORCED or an UNFORCED TURNOVER.
depending upon A3's defender action.

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12/10/13

About a NOT valid basket counted as GOOD... Correctable official error ?
in our Basketball Stats Tracking Referred Questions & Basketball Statistics Video Case Study

Basketball Statistics Tracking Referred Questions:
About a NOT valid basket counted as GOOD... Correctable official error ?

Basketball Tracking Stats Referred Questions
"... These are the Triway Titans Basketball last 30 seconds of the 2007 season. The video analysis shows clearly that the basket is NOT valid, so what for the analysis ? How we register this play ? Official´s winning ?

What is the correct rule and, specially, the statistical tracking according with the eBA Basketball Statistics System ? ..."



Basketball Rule's Fundamental= All our basketball statistics forums are plenty of this type of video-questions about statistics analysis: the statistician and / or the game analyst must register what happen in the game, and not to analyze the official's calls. Another people do this...


This is not an "correctable official error" case ( see this thread at eBA Forums ) neither we have possibility of giving a "team turnover" in order to avoid punishing a player twice.

Basketball Game's Rule=
To be correctable the error must be recognized by the officials, table officials or commissioner, if present, before the ball becomes live following the first dead ball after the game clock has started following the error. That is:

1) Error occurs = All errors occur during a dead ball

2) Ball live = Error is correctable

3) Game clock starts or continues to run = Error is correctable

4) Dead ball = Error is correctable

5) Ball live = Error is no longer correctable

After the correction of the error, the game shall be Resumed and the ball shall be awarded to the team entitled to the ball at the time the game was interrupted to correct the error.


eBA Basketball Statistics Tracking=
Game is over, register the three-pointer missed by #11 White, and the offensive rebound and winning goal by the #33 white player under the basket and over the head of #30 Blue after a bad defensive move.

The only thing you can do is a commentary about this situation in the play-by-play report, for example, about the the bad defensive move of #30 Blue in the rebound defense...

See in these blogs and in our forums the 'basketball rules' topics and the exposition "Basketball Possessions Tracking & Analysis" at eBA ONLINE.


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

This topic is resumed in the eBA Basketball Statistics System Book







Video Case Study:
Basketball Assists: Special qualification of this classic play



Basketball Assists: Special qualification of this classic play

"... Last play of the video, we have an assist made, not potential and not missed... but the player who give the assist could made a basket instead... he give up he´s own 2 points... statistically he loses one point rate at least... is there any special qualification of this classic play, when doing basketball statistical analysis, and not only recording statistics according to your eBA Basketball Statistics System classification ? ..."

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08/15/13

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

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

Basketball Statistics eBA Case Study
About a Basketball Assist Statistics Tracking Case Study

" ... A1 passes to A3, who is about 6 m.
from the basket. A3 immediately shoots and scores.

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 tracking ( 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:

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. 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'.


Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (24) throws a pass and hits Oklahoma City Thunder forward Nick Collison (4) in the mouth during the second half of an NBA basketball game in Los Angeles, Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013. The Lakers won 105-96. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

Photograph: Daily Republic

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:

This probably is the toughest decision involving basketball assists.

• If A1 found A3 unguarded, A1 probably should get the assist.

• If the statistician feels that the ball merely was being passed around in hopes of finding a way to penetrate the defense and A3 merely decided to shoot, then no assist should be credited.

• The statistician must decide to credit a POTENTIAL ASSIST to A1 if he was in good shooting position and A3 misses the shot !

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06/15/13

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

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

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

Basketball Statistics eBA Case Study
About a Basketball Rebounds Statistics Tracking Case Study

" ... A missed shot comes off the rim and bounces along the floor. A1 is in position to pick up the ball, but B5 gains control. However, B5 fouls A1

1. before either can touch the ball;

2. as B5 is the first to touch the ball;

3. after B5 is first to gain control of the ball; or

4. after A1 is first to touch the ball.

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 Tracking Stats Case Studies ~ Basketball Rebounds Statistics Tracking Case Study

Photograph from The Brownsville Herald

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.

Sometimes there is doubt about whether a player has gained control of the ball before a certain act takes place. In such cases, the statistician should use the following guidelines.
(a) If the statistician feels there was a possibility of player control, then the play shall be treated as though there was player control.
(b) If the statistician feels there definitely was not a possibility of player control, then it shall be treated as though there was no player control.

eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking:

In 1., the ball became dead when the foul was committed. Credit Team A with a dead-ball rebound.

In 2., if B5 gained control before the foul, the official will have indicated that the foul was a player-control foul and B5 would be credited with an individual LONG or CLOSE DISPUTED rebound and charged with a FORCED turnover. If there is no indication
of player control, then credit Team A with a dead-ball rebound.

In 3., credit B5 with an individual LONG or CLOSE DISPUTED rebound and charge him with a FORCED turnover.

In 4., if the statistician thinks that A1 possibly had control before the foul,
credit A1 with an individual LONG or CLOSE DISPUTED rebound. If the statistician thinks that A1 definitely did not have control, credit Team A with a dead-ball rebound.

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05/15/13

Basketball Tracking Stats Case Studies ~ Basketball Free Throws Tracking April Case Study

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

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About a Basketball Disqualifying Foul and Points Scored Tracking Case Study

" ... The player A4, in the act of shooting a 3 pointer, he releases the ball and the player B6 punches him with closed hand in his face, the ref whistles and simultaneously sounds the game clock buzzer to indicates the end of the game and the ball goes into the basket, the ref ratify the basket and disqualifies B6, informing about all the events to the game officials.

The question is how many additional free throws the player A4 will shot, one or two free throws ?

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
Photograph: Soda Head

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.

Commentary:

According to the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System when we have a situation of any foul continued by a goal we are speaking about an additional free throw, that's means, the player victim of the flagrant foul will throw a free throw and the game is over ( or goes into an eventual over time ); in this example the player made three points and a possible additional point more.

eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking:

• A4, a field goal made for three points + a received foul + a free throw attempt.

• B6, a Disqualifying foul made.

There is no registering of a turnover , because there is no another possession in this case.

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04/15/13

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

Basketball Statistician's Digest:
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About Basketball Turnovers Tracking Case Study

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


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

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

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

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

Photograph AP by Mary Schwalm

Conclusion:

eBA System Statistics Fundamentals:

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

Basketball Statistics Philosophy:

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

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

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

eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking:

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

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

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

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03/17/13

Basketball Tracking Stats Case Studies ~ Basketball Field Goals Statistics Tracking Case Study

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

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

" ... As the shot clock is about to run out, A1 shoots and the
ball clearly is in flight before the horn.

1.- The shot-clock horn sounds while the ball is in the air and the ball strikes the basket ring or enters the basket.

2.- The shot-clock horn sounds while the ball is in the air, the ball fails to hit the ring, and A3 rebounds. The officials call the violation and Team B is awarded the ball for a throwin.

3.- The shot-clock horn sounds while the ball is in the air, the ball fails to hit the ring, and B5 rebounds. The officials call the violation and Team B is awarded the ball for a throw-in.

4.- The ball fails to hit the ring and the shotclock horn sounds before B5 rebounds. The officials call the violation and Team B is awarded the ball for a throw-in.

5.- The ball fails to hit the ring and the shot-clock horn sounds as B5 rebounds. The officials do not call a violation and Team B continues control of the ball.

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 Field Goals Statistics Tracking
Photograph: Celebrity

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:

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.

The statistician must records each shot related to the game situation (time and score) - ball location (sideline or endline)
- player location ( location of shot in our 15 zones basketball court diagram )
- type of shot (shot selection)
- shooting clock (seconds remaining)
- shot result ( made or missed ) and offensive and defensive alignments.

eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking:

In all cases, no turnover is charged.

In 1.- the horn is ignored. Charge A1 with a FGA and, if the shot is good, credit A1 with a FGM in the last 4 of the 24 seconds shooting clock.

In 2.-, 3.- and 4.-, charge A1 with a FGA and credit Team B with a dead-ball rebound in the "24 Sec Violation" category.

In 5.-, charge A1 with a FGA and credit B5 with a close, long, disputed or undisputed rebound, depending upon the game situation.

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02/24/13

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

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

Basketball Statistics eBA Case Study
About Basketball Assists Statistics Tracking Case Study

" ... A2 passes the ball to A4.

1.- B3 deflects the pass and it is gathered without difficulty by B5;

2.- B3 palms the pass and B5 cuts in front of A4 to head the pass off; or

3.- B3 deflects the pass and B5 gains control of the ball after a struggle with A4.

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 Statistics Tracking
Photograph: Kevork Djansezian for The Press-Enterprise

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. Nevertheless, the eBA System register 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 all cases, charge A2 with a FORCED or an UNFORCED TURNOVER. depending upon the defender action.

In 1.-, Credit B3 with a FORCED STEAL in the category of "deflections".

In 2.-, Credit B5 with an UNFORCED STEAL and B3 with a deflection.

In 3.-, The statistician will have to determine who played the most substancial part in the steal.

If the deflection was not strong and B5 had to fight to win the ball control, then B5 should receive credit of a FORCED STEAL. If the deflection was powerful, then credit B3 with a FORCED STEAL in the category of "deflections".

If there is doubt, credit the steal to the player who made the initial deflection, in this case B3.

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

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November 2012 eBA sketball Statistics Case Study Conclusion

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About a Basketball Rebounds Statistics Tracking Case Study

" ... A2 shoots and the shot is blocked by B5.

1. B3 gains control of the blocked shot;

2. A1 gains control of the blocked shot;

3. A1 and B3 retrieve the ball simultaneously and a held ball is called; or

4. the ball goes out of bounds before either team 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. ) ... ?"

About Basketball Rebounds Statistics Tracking Case Study
Photograph by Nick Gerik for KU Sports

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:

In 1., the statistician must determine which was most substantial, the block by B5 or the battle of B3 to recover the blocked shot.

If the statistician feels that the block by B5 was most substantial, credit B5 with an UNDER BASKET ( from right or left ? ) CLOSE and DISPUTED individual rebound FROM 2 POINTS in the BLOCK SHOTS category and credit B5 with a BLOCKED SHOT with ball possession.

If the statistician feels that the battle of B3 was most substantial, credit B3 with the UNDISPUTED individual rebound FROM 2 POINTS.

In 2., credit A1 with an UNDISPUTED individual rebound FROM 2 POINTS.

Credit B5 with a BLOCKED SHOT without ball possession.

In 3., if Team A is awarded the ball for a throw-in, credit A1 with an DISPUTED individual rebound FROM 2 POINTS in the HELD BALL with alternated-possession-rule.

If Team B is awarded the ball for a throw-in, credit either B5 or B3 with an individual rebound FROM 2 POINTS in the HELD BALL with alternated-possession-rule.

Credit B5 with a BLOCKED SHOT without ball possession.

In 4., credit a UNDISPUTED TEAM REBOUND to the team awarded the ball for the throw-in.
Credit B5 with a BLOCKED SHOT without ball possession.

This Case Study was presented as every 15th. day of each month, on November 15th, 2012 in our eBA Portal: were sent 1,347 answers, 109 partial answers and 1093 totally correct, that's means including all the options, registrations and qualifications.

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