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10/11/17

00:37:52 Permalink Statistician's Digest: Basketball Registering Statistics Case Studies   English (EU)

Categories: Basketball, Statistics, Statisticians & Roles, Analysis Concepts, 487 words

Basketball Statistician's Digest:
eBA sketball Statistics Case Study: About Basketball Rebounds

Basketball Statistics eBA Case Study
Different Situations in a Basketball Rebound... 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...

• case a) before either can touch the ball, or
• case b) as B5 is the first to touch the ball, or
• case c) after B5 is first to gain control of the ball, or
• case d) after A1 is first to touch the ball.

What is the statistical registration according to the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System in each one of the given situations, including the type of the registration ( forced or unforced TO; good or bad foul; close, long, disputed or undisputed rebound, etc.) ... ?"

Conclusion:
eBA System Statistics Fundamentals:
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 if the ball had not become dead might be different.

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.

Different Situations in a Basketball Rebound
Photograph from Red Box Pictures

eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking:

• In (a) the ball became dead when the foul was committed. Charge B5 with a BAD Personal Foul and credit Team A with a LONG UNDISPUTED Dead-ball Offensive Rebound.

• In (b) 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 DISPUTED Defensive Rebound and charged with a FORCED Turnover.



If there is no indication of player control, then credit Team A with a LONG DISPUTED Dead-ball Offensive Rebound.

• In (c) credit B5 with an individual LONG DISPUTED Def Rebound and charge him or her with an UNFORCED turnover

• In (d) if the statistician thinks that A1 possibly had control before the foul, credit A1 with an individual LONG DISPUTED Off Rebound.

If the statistician thinks that A1 definitely did not have control, credit Team A with a LONG UNDISPUTED Dead-ball Offensive Rebound.

Find another basketball statistics case studies from the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System at the eBA Encyclopedia > Case Studies





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10/04/17

00:46:02 Permalink Basketball Starting Centers Merit More Minutes & Tall Men's Shots Related to Game Situation
& the Basketball Training Video in our Reflexions on Basketball Statistics
  English (EU)

Categories: eBA Basketball System, Basketball, Statistics, Basketball Video Clips, Statisticians & Roles, 705 words

Reflexions on Basketball Statistics:
Basketball Starting Centers Merit More Minutes

Basketball Statistician's Sunday's Reflexions
Dennis Hans says in this article "Starting centers merit more minutes" that the modern center's constant struggle to avoid foul trouble has little to do with the modern game of basketball and proposes four common sense changes:

1) Make non-brutal illegal screens a loss-of-possession violation, like traveling. ...

2) Quit treating intentional fouls as if they were non-intentional. ...

3) Give each team one “foul coupon.” ...

4) Make it a loss-of-possession violation (not a foul) for a low-post player to back, buttwhack or low-shoulder his way into the lane. ...

And I think that in order to recognize the importance of the tall men´s work we must reach the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System 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.


Mamadou Ndiaye is a 7’6″ freshman center on UC Irvine’s basketball team, and the tallest player in college or the NBA. At one point in the team’s loss to Oregon on Tuesday night, he was guarding Johnathan Loyd, a 5’8″ point guard. If Loyd was not calling for the ball and yelling 'mouse in the house' he missed a once-in-a-lifetime comic opportunity. In this photograph by Brian Davies from Extra Mustard presented by #eBAStatsGroup #BasketballStatistics Analysis .

Photograph: Extra Mustard

About Tall Men's Shots Related to Game Situation:
The eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis System register each shot of every player, especially from the tall men, 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 for each one of the shots.

The general character and site of the shot attempt can be a manifestation of the stage of difficulty:

1) End-line plays present a bigger menace than sideline out of bounds;

2) In the main, inbounds plays have both inside and outside choices with a condition to keep from performing a 5 second violation;

3) As a whole the first precedence of the defense against end-line out of bounds plays is impeding an easy basket at the rim.

The basketball statistician must knows that The achievement of their objective by the offense or defense returning from a time out in closely contested end game situations are more significant than others - these are about entirely sideline plays

The eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System also registers the success rates of a specific team or coach after a timeout, both the offense and defense should are analyzed.

By Professor

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




Read More at eBA CLINICS ONLINE, search "basketball time played" in this blog and consult the eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis System.

This topic is resumed in the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System.

Basketball Training Videos:
JR Smith - Shooting: Pin Down Drill

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'Reflexions on Basketball Statistics'
is a Series of Notes edited the First (occasionally the 2nd.) Monday of Every Month !

To read ALL the basketball Statistics Reflexions, click here:Statisticians & Roles







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10/02/17

09:46:39 Permalink About the Basketball Center as a Full-time Basketball Position
& the Basketball Training Video in our Reflexions on Basketball Statistics
  English (EU)

Categories: eBA Basketball System, Video, Photographs & Sounds, Basketball, Statistics, Statisticians & Roles, 488 words

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" )






Read More at eBA CLINICS ONLINE, search "basketball positions" in this blog and consult the eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis System.

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

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

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10/01/17

00:00:01 Permalink Basketball Beautiful Faces on OCTOBER 2017 Cover from the EUROBASKET 2017 !
With the 'EUROBASKET 2017 DANCERS TEAM' !
  English (EU)

Categories: Beautiful Faces, Video, Photographs & Sounds, Basketball, 110 words

October 2017 Cover ~ Basketball Beautiful Faces:
From the 'EUROBASKET 2017 DANCERS TEAM' !

She is Aysel, one of the most beautiful of the 'EUROBASKET 2017 DANCERS TEAM'! In this photograph from FIBA presented by #eBAStatsGroup #BasketballStatistics Analysis .
Photograph: FIBA

She is Aysel, one of the most beautiful of the 'EUROBASKET 2017 DANCERS TEAM'!

Our Basketball Beautiful Faces of October 2017 Cover !
With Aysel, one of the most beautiful of the team!






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