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3295Re: My version of WINVAL (my analysis of it)

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  • dan_t_rosenbaum
    Feb 28, 2004
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      And here is the link to the relevant section of my latest version.

      http://www.uncg.edu/bae/people/rosenbaum/NBA/winval1.htm#table3

      --- In APBR_analysis@yahoogroups.com, "dan_t_rosenbaum"
      <rosenbaum@u...> wrote:
      > My latest version does exactly what asked and the evidence
      suggests
      > that the values for offensive and defensive rebounds probably are
      > about the same. If anything, there is a slightly higher value for
      > defensive rebounds. Perhaps guys who specialize in getting
      > offensive rebounds tend to not be offensive threats, which makes
      it
      > harder for their teammates to score. These WINVAL statistics
      would
      > pick up such externalities, while the accounting-type approach
      > inherent in Tendex, PER, and DeanO's stuff would not pick up such
      > externalities.
      >
      > --- In APBR_analysis@yahoogroups.com, "wimpds" <wimpds@y...> wrote:
      > > Dan,
      > >
      > > Thanks a lot for doing this. Quite interesting, though I wish
      the
      > > collinearity wasn't so damaging. Perhaps you could run a model
      > that
      > > could contribute to another discussion going on? What happens
      > when
      > > you separate offensive and defensive rebounds? Other work would
      > > suggest we'd get a larger coefficient for offensive rebounds.
      > >
      > > Ben
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