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Basketball statistics

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Basketball statistics

  1. 1. Dr. Mohamed Belal Rules and Tools for Basketball performance Analysis By Prof. Mohamed Belal belal007@gmail.com
  2. 2. Dr. Mohamed Belal
  3. 3. Dr. Mohamed Belal The most effective factors to achieve the winning and losing teams • Free throws & defensive rebounds & rebounding percentage in offence and defence) (Gabor C et al, 2012) • Shooting &Free throws &Defensive rebounds (Csatalay G et al, 2009) • Numbers of Rebounds (Sampaio J et al, 2004) • Two point shots & Efficiency percentage (Miguel Á et al, 2008; Ibáñez et al, 2003)
  4. 4. Dr. Mohamed Belal The most effective factors to achieve the winning and losing teams (i) in balanced games, defensive rebounds . (ii) in unbalanced games, 2 points field-goals, the defensive rebounds and the assists (Miguel Á et al, 2008)
  5. 5. Dr. Mohamed Belal The Sabermetrics of Basketballs 1. Shooting (40%) 2. Turnovers (25%) 3. Rebounding (20%) 4. Free Throws (15%) The number in parentheses is the approximate weight Mr. Oliver assigned each factor. Shooting is the most important factor, followed by turnovers, rebounding, and free throws.
  6. 6. Dr. Mohamed Belal Study of Game-related statistics which discriminate between winning and losing Basketball Junior Teams U-17 in World Championship Coaches should be aware that dominating the following variables will increase the probability to win the games for Junior teams under 17: 1. Height of players 2. Defensive Rebounds Efficiency Percentage (EDR %) 3. Free-Throws Made (FTM) 4. Field-Goal Made (FGM) 5. Field-Goal Attempted (FGA) 6. The effective field goal percentage (EFG %) 7. 2 Points Attempted (2PTSA)
  7. 7. Dr. Mohamed Belal Study of Game-related statistics which discriminate between winning and losing Basketball Junior Teams U-17 in World Championship The most effective statistics variables for losing Egyptian team in FIBA U-17 World Championship for Men 2012 as follow: 1. height of players 2. Field-Goal Attempted (FGA) 3. 3 Points Made (3PTSM) 4. 3 Points Attempted (3PTSA) 5. Assists (AST) 6. Turnovers (TO) 7. Ball possessions (BP)
  8. 8. Dr. Mohamed Belal Effective Field Goal percentage EFG% EFG% = (2Pt + 1.5 x 3Pt) / FGA The Effective Field Goal percentage gives more credit to made 3 point field goals since they yield 1.5 times the scoring of a 2 point field goal
  9. 9. Dr. Mohamed Belal Offensive Rebounds Efficiency Percentage (EOR%) Off. Reb x 100 (missed 2 pt + missed 3 pt + missed FT followed by rebounds)
  10. 10. Dr. Mohamed Belal Defensive Rebounds Efficiency Percentage (EDR%) Def. Reb x 100 (missed 2 pt + missed 3 pt + missed FT followed by rebounds)
  11. 11. Dr. Mohamed Belal Player’s Efficiency (EEF) EEF = ( Pts + Reb + Ast + Stl + Blk ) – ( FG Misses + FT Misses + TO) FG Misses = (Field Goals Att. - Field Goals Made) FT Misses = (Free Throws Att. - Free Throws Made)
  12. 12. Dr. Mohamed Belal Ball Possessions (BP) BP = ( FGA + 0.475x FTA ) – ( ORB + TO ) Free throw attempts are a tricky number. Possessions can end with one through three free throw attempts, so the number has to be multiplied by the consensus value of 0.475 to get a more accurate calculation
  13. 13. Dr. Mohamed Belal Offensive Rating = (Points Scored / Ball Possessions) x 100
  14. 14. Dr. Mohamed Belal = ( Point surrendered / Ball Possessions) x 100 Defensive Rating
  15. 15. Dr. Mohamed Belal Prepared by Dr. Moahmed Belal Facebook.com/m7mdbelal belal007@gmail.com +201000005324

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