585Re: the Bad Team Effect
- Feb 5, 2002--- In APBR_analysis@y..., "alleyoop2" <alleyoop2@y...> wrote:
> You could practically create your own micro-study just with GregYep, Anthony is way up from last year, particularly in assists, which
> Anthony. I was reading this the other day and then it occurred to
> that after this year he will AGAIN be at the top of the good-to-bad
> list when his Portland to Chicago move gets put in.
have almost tripled (3.0 to 8.1, per-36 min.).
> To me, there's two good tests for a rating system. One is the Davidpoints/assists
> Wesley Test - when a guy changes positions so that his
> rates are altered, he still should rate about the same. The secondis
> the Greg Anthony Test - when a guy goes from a good team to a crapAnthony is obviously a guy who needs minutes, but not every player
> team or vice versa, he should still rate about the same.
fits this mold. He gets assists, when asked to be the PG, and his
scoring doesn't suffer.
You just never know how a given player will respond to being asked to
do more or less. Truck Robinson went from Phoenix to New York and
was relieved of his scoring duties (he was playing alongside Bernard
King). Truck complained like hell, and basically gave up.
Vin Baker's problems cannot be attributed to his going to a better
Every case is different, and even players who remain in place can
suddenly swoon or burst into greatness one year.
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