2244Re: The strategy
- Jun 1, 2003--- In APBR_analysis@yahoogroups.com, "Kevin Pelton" <kpelton08@h...>
> For what it's worth, if you take out defensive rebounds andconsider
> just whether they let opponents make shots (or turn the ball over),and
> the Nets drop to third:
> Sacramento - 85.0
> San Antonio - 85.7
> New Jersey - 85.8
> Indiana - 87.2
> Detroit - 87.7
> New Jersey had a much better defensive rebound % than Sacramento
> San Antonio, both of whom were below average. Detroit had the bestAll this and Bob's stuff is consistent with what I do. That's good.
> defensive rebounding % in the league, so that's why they shoot up
> taking that as part of defense.
We're all on the same page. Kevin is pointing at a points per 100
play number, which I don't calculate much. I look at the difference
shown above between Sac and NJ as pretty much noise. Estimates of
plays and possessions are good to just under 1%, so differences of
less than 1 in these numbers aren't really differences.
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