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PopcornMachine's GameFlows PopcornMachine's GameFlows Wed, 16 Apr 2014 23:16:31 PDT Jordan Crawford scored a career-high 41 points and Harrison Barnes added 30 as a squad of Golden State backups beat the short-handed Denver Nuggets 116-112 Wednesday night. He surpassed it with a runner that put the Warriors ahead for good at 110-108. The Nuggets thought they tied it up at 115 with seven seconds left when Draymond Green was whistled for goaltending on Randy Foye's 3-pointer, but the call was overturned upon review. Anthony Randolph added 19 points for the Nuggets, who are missing the playoff party for the first time since 2002-03, the year before Carmelo Anthony's arrival. Wed, 16 Apr 2014 21:21:10 PDT
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Points Per Possession Nearly a week has passed since the Eastern Fortnight edition, so it is time to focus on the West. Two notes, before we dive in to a team-by-team breakdown: 1, The West dominates the East. After last night's slate of games, the West is 34-17 vs the East. This is monumental; historically there has never been such a large gap. Over the past decade, the West/East rift accounted for fewer than 2 wins/season (as far as unbalanced strength of schedule), but if this record continues, it could be as high as 4 wins. That's crazy and something to be aware of. 2, And this lumps with the first point, which is there are a lot of qualified playoff teams but as always only 8 spots. Points Per Possession
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Hoopdata - NBA Statistics and Analysis Hoopdata - NBA Statistics and Analysis Blake Murphy, 11/25/2012 11:13:00 AM On a recent Raptors Republic podcast, a show I host each week, one of the panellists suggested that he thought the Raptors’ decline in defense may have been due to them playing at a faster pace this season. No, the analysis wasn’t based on a faulty mathematical basis – he was not mistaking, as many did during the D’Antoni-era in Phoenix, that a faster pace led to more points and more points were indicative of a bad defensive unit.
.Efficiency at BASKETBALL STATISTICS ANALYSIS of Professional Games > eBA Stats.com - Joomla! License Guidelines April 7th, 2014 ~ For English See Below !Esta Página está Editada También en Español ! Solo Pulse "Español" Arriba en Esquina Derecha On average, the ratio of offensive boards is about 3:7. If we assume that everyone contributes equally, the player we're analyzing contributes .6 offensive boards, so the rest of his team would get 2.4 offensive boards per 10 missed shots (close enough to 25%). Thus, an offensive board means .75 more possessions than expected, a defensive board .25 more. ...( By RA from the eBA Forums ) .Efficiency at BASKETBALL STATISTICS ANALYSIS of Professional Games > eBA Stats.com - Joomla! License Guidelines
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APBRmetrics (Association for Professional Basketball Research Metrics) is a term used by a few to refer to the analysis of basketball through objective evidence, especially basketball statistics. APBRmetrics is a cousin to the study of baseball statistics, known as Sabermetrics, and similarly takes its name from the acronym APBR, which stands for the Association for Professional Basketball Research. A key tenet for many modern basketball analysts is that basketball is best evaluated at the level of possessions. During a single game, both teams have approximately the same number of possessions, because they alternate possession. (A team can have slightly more if it begins and ends a quarter or half with possession.) However, over the course of the season, teams play at very different paces, which can dramatically color their points scored and points allowed per game. APBRmetrics APBRmetrics
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