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Re: Experience?

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  • schtevie2003
    ... experience ... through present. ... And one other comment: What stands out most clearly is that the average player (approximately a small forward in
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      --- In APBR_analysis@yahoogroups.com, "Dean Oliver"
      <deano@r...> wrote:
      >
      > Interestingly, the NBA puts out a table of league average
      experience
      > by season. I found this to be an interesting pattern. I'll post
      > without comment for now:
      >
      > Team Height Weight Age Exp.
      > 1985-86 6' 7.36" 214.40 26.72 3.85
      > 1986-87 6' 7.62" 215.46 26.53 3.83
      > 1987-88 6' 7.38" 215.61 27.01 4.10
      > 1988-89 6' 7.31" 215.58 26.92 4.01
      > 1989-90 6' 7.09" 214.82 26.79 3.95
      > 1990-91 6' 7.16" 216.16 27.01 4.08
      > 1991-92 6' 7.04" 216.47 27.09 4.20
      > 1992-93 6' 7.06" 219.86 27.19 4.15
      > 1993-94 6' 7.34" 221.68 27.26 4.28
      > 1994-95 6' 7.19" 221.50 27.43 4.56
      > 1995-96 6' 7.27" 223.66 27.56 4.42
      > 1996-97 6' 7.20" 223.67 27.74 4.63
      > 1997-98 6' 7.11" 222.95 27.82 4.82
      > 1998-99 6' 7.10" 222.85 27.82 4.81
      > 1999-00 6' 7.26" 224.68 27.95 5.20
      > 2000-01 6' 7.03" 223.47 27.75 5.01
      > 2001-02 6' 7.26" 224.05 27.47 4.82
      > 2002-03 6' 7.40" 225.40 27.34 4.73
      >
      > OK. One comment -- note the higher experience rate 1998
      through present.
      >
      > DeanO

      And one other comment:

      What stands out most clearly is that the average player
      (approximately a small forward in stature) has gained ten+
      pounds of what is likely muscle mass.

      And an implicit question:

      Boy it sure would be nice to get the distribution of age data so
      that some coherent stories could be told.
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