Re: Four Factors of Team Stats?
- --- In APBR_analysis@yahoogroups.com, sultanoswat@y... wrote:
> --- In APBR_analysis@yahoogroups.com, "Dean Oliver" <deano@r...>No time to get into now, but they're pretty useful. Look at
> > > Let me frame it one other way. From a team standpoint the value of
> > > the four factors are
> > >
> > > 1. Shooting % (10)
> > > 2. Turnovers (6)
> > > 3. Offensive rebounding (5)
> > > 4. Getting to the line (3)..."
> > >
> > Sorry, the numbers in parentheses are the relative value of those
> > things. The values were established by looking at team stats over a
> > lot of games to see how they affected winning, a multistep process
> > that would take some time to describe. Establishing those things as
> > the four factors was easy. Just look at any possession formula and
> > those are the components in it, whatever the slight difference in
> > weights are between formulas.
> So how exactly can those numbers be used?
http://www.bballmania.com/ under Columns/Xs and Os (in a funky Java
menu). That has a bit more detail.
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