Tag Archives: Advanced Basketball Stats
I’ve thought about it in the past, but it wasn’t until the question was actually posed that I decided to actually look into the situation. It has sort of come up over the past few months as fans dissected and … Continue reading
I have been doing this for a couple of years but kind of fell asleep on it this season. I always find it interesting to look at each team’s four factors during conference play and then split them by home … Continue reading
As the drubbing of Auburn continued Monday night I couldn’t help but think from my balcony seat that no matter how efficient the Cyclone offense has been so far, it will be much better once Georges Niang starts making shots…assuming … Continue reading
I realize this isn’t the best format to lay out past data but it is the simplest way to preserve the data and still leave it for your viewing.
For me, these intentions date back to the 2009-10 basketball season. I was at the beginning of my understanding of advanced stats and how they can be applied and why they are useful when I first started looking at plus-minus … Continue reading
I’ve been meaning to throw something together on this for awhile because it is a new and interesting way to look at things, I think. Through the traditional means of calculating possessions in basketball games an offensive rebound does not … Continue reading
I was swimming around in the deep end of some spreadsheets today to try and make myself feel better when I came up with an idea that I haven’t done before, so of course, I had to share. There are … Continue reading