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  • --- In APBR_analysis@^$1, igor eduardo küpfer wrote: > schtevie2003 wrote: > > --- In APBR_analysis@^$2, igor eduardo küpfer > > wrote: > >> > >> Okay, how about this: team pace as the distribution of shot clock > >> time it > > > >> takes to get off the first attempt of the possession. If we ignore > >> possessions in which no attempt took place, and if we count shooting...
    schtevie2003 Oct 4, 2004
  • --- In APBR_analysis@^$1, igor eduardo küpfer w= rote: > > Okay, how about this: team pace as the distribution of shot clock time it= > takes to get off the first attempt of the possession. If we ignore > possessions in which no attempt took place, and if we count shooting foul= s > as attempts, the distribution of shot clock times for the 03-04 Net's loo= ks > like this: > > Time...
    schtevie2003 Oct 1, 2004
  • ...takes place. > > > > ********** > > > > > --- In APBR_analysis@^$6, "wizardskev" > > > > wrote: > > > > Just to draft on what schtevie and Dean are saying...using the > Excel > > > > correlation function, I found a negative correlation between > pace > > > and...
    schtevie2003 Sep 27, 2004
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  • ...strategizing, where the real "control" takes place. ********** > --- In APBR_analysis@^$3, "wizardskev" > wrote: > > Just to draft on what schtevie and Dean are saying...using the Excel > > correlation function, I found a negative correlation between pace > and > > winning...
    schtevie2003 Sep 27, 2004
  • --- In APBR_analysis@^$1, "Dean Oliver" wrote: > --- In APBR_analysis@^$2, "Michael Tamada" > wrote: > > If we wish to measure game pace, as I mentioned before, I think > DeanO's "possessions" (i.e. major possessions) are less useful than > looking at plays/minor possessions. This NBA definition, by failing > to count those blocked shots and other missed FGAs which miss the rim...
    schtevie2003 Sep 24, 2004
  • ...carlos12155" wrote: > I'm reluctant to post in this topic, because for some reason it seems > too emotionally loaded, but here I go. Schtevie, I think that your > reasoning has some flaws and will try to point them out. Out with emotion, in with on point arguments. > A...
    schtevie2003 Sep 20, 2004
  • --- In APBR_analysis@^$1, bchaikin@^$2.. wrote: > My point is that the average modern (let's say late 80s on) NBA team was = > dramatically > better than the average 60s team (and as for the 50s, the margin of > superiority was > greater still). This conclusion is the consequence of the theory and > evidence. > > sorry, but the last time you tried this you said the average modern...
    schtevie2003 Sep 20, 2004
  • --- In APBR_analysis@^$1, "Mike G" wrote: > --- In APBR_analysis@^$2, "schtevie2003" > wrote: > >... yes, we conclude that an average '60s team with a good (modern) > coach would in fact > > be quite competitive with their '90s counterparts....IF one > believes that athleticism hadn't > > improved over the same period (I don't..).. > > We can picture the '04 Pistons soaring for...
    schtevie2003 Sep 17, 2004
  • --- In APBR_analysis@^$1, bchaikin@^$2.. wrote: > I've tended to stay away from the intertemporal discussion, but there seems > to be an implication in the last post that there may be an optimal pace or that > the game wasn't played optimally before. My question to be asked aloud is > whether there is a science known to anyone in that discussion on identifying an > optimal pace or...
    schtevie2003 Sep 16, 2004
  • --- In APBR_analysis@^$1, "Dean Oliver" wrote: > > I've tended to stay away from the intertemporal discussion, but there > seems to be an implication in the last post that there may be an > optimal pace or that the game wasn't played optimally before. My > question to be asked aloud is whether there is a science known to > anyone in that discussion on identifying an optimal pace or...
    schtevie2003 Sep 16, 2004