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Hoopalytics deck manual

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Hoopalytics deck manual

  1. 1. WIN MORE POSSESSIONS
  2. 2. WIN MORE POSSESSIONS BASKETBALL COACHES ARE PAID TO WIN GAMES BASKETBALL COACHES DO NOT ALWAYS MAKE WINNING DECISIONS
  3. 3. WIN MORE POSSESSIONS MONEYBALL IS NEW SCHOOL COACHING IS OLD SCHOOL Jay Cipoletti::hoopalytics@gmail.com
  4. 4. WIN MORE POSSESSIONS BIG DATA DRIVES BIG WINS DALLAS MAVERICKS & MIAMI HEAT Jay Cipoletti::hoopalytics@gmail.com
  5. 5. WIN MORE POSSESSIONS TRANSLATION PLEASE “NOBODY ON THE STAFF CAN SNIFF THIS.” Jay Cipoletti::hoopalytics@gmail.com
  6. 6. WIN MORE POSSESSIONS HOW DO TEAMS WIN GAMES WIN MORE POSSESSIONS Jay Cipoletti::hoopalytics@gmail.com
  7. 7. WIN MORE POSSESSIONS WHAT IS A POSSESSION WORTH? ~132 POSSESSIONS PER GAME ~4,584 POSSESSIONS PER SEASON $1,389 PER POSSESSION $286,963 PER WIN Jay Cipoletti::hoopalytics@gmail.com
  8. 8. WIN MORE POSSESSIONS IMPACT OF PERSONNEL LOSSES WVU Defensive Efficiency140 127.3 129.1 128.3 124.2120 120 115.4 116.9 116.4 111.7 110.3 110 110.9 106.1 104.8 106.2 106.8 101.5 102.8 101.4100 98.6 96.4 96.9 94.1 92.4 88.9 89.980 79.5 79.1 77.9 78.7 78.6 75.7 70.6 Noreen60 Hurt in 1st half40 Forsythe Hurt20 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Jay Cipoletti::hoopalytics@gmail.com
  9. 9. WIN MORE POSSESSIONS IMPACT OF PERSONNEL LOSSES Defensive Efficiency Impact of Noreen & Forsythe115.0 STD DEV = 3.67 112.2110.0 109.6 109 107.3 STD DEV = 5.84 Opponents105.0 104.8 Average With KN & PF Offensive Efficiency W/KN only W/O KN & PF100.0 STD DEV = 4.39 98.4 Defensive Efficiency 95.0 90.0 Jay Cipoletti::hoopalytics@gmail.com
  10. 10. WIN MORE POSSESSIONS DO WHAT WE DO BEST Points Per Possession by Time of Possession Range1.161.141.12 1.11.081.061.041.02 10.980.96 :02-:08 (402) :09 - :16 (559) :17 - :24 (645) :25 - :32 (343) :32+ (115) Jay Cipoletti::hoopalytics@gmail.com
  11. 11. WIN MORE POSSESSIONS WINS TO DATE TEAMRANKINGS.COM CONTEST (STATGEEK IDOL) WESTMONT HIGH SCHOOL
  12. 12. WIN MORE POSSESSIONS GOING FORWARD HOOPALYTICS.COMMIT SLOAN SPORTS ANALYTICS ABSTRACT AUTOMATE DATA COLLECTION PRODUCT PROTOTYPES
  13. 13. WIN MORE POSSESSIONS JAY CIPOLETTI HOOPALYTICS@GMAIL.COM TWITTER:@HOOPALYTICS 304-610-7881/304-389-3099
  14. 14. WIN MORE POSSESSIONS APPENDIX WHY ANALYTICS?
  15. 15. Descriptive AnalyticsThis is “the what.” It describes what happened in the pastthrough reports, queries, drill downs, and alerts.Predictive and Prescriptive AnalyticsThis uses data to understand the “so what.” Predictiveanalytics—which include forecasting, predictivemodeling, and optimization—are focused on the future.The use of predictive analytics takes an organization to ahigher degree of intelligence and can yield competitiveadvantage. Analytics and the Bottom Line September 23 2010
  16. 16. “Companies that invest heavily in advanced analyticalcapabilities outperform the S&P 500 on average by 64%.”—Tom Davenport Analytics and the Bottom Line September 23 2010
  17. 17. Stage 1 – Analytically ImpairedExecutives aren’t asking analytics questions.Stage 2 – Localized AnalyticsPockets of analysis exist in localized silos, but the focus is on the past rather than the future.Stage 3 – Analytical AspirationsThese firms see the value of analytics and prepare a detailed road map to move from descriptive to predictiveand prescriptive analytics.Stage 4 – Analytical CompaniesThese companies are highly data-oriented and make use of analytics, but lack a top-level, passionatecommitment to competing on analytics.Stage 5 – Analytical CompetitorsThese “Zen Masters” use analytics as a competitive differentiator. These analytical competitors have proven thatthe use of analytics is linked with positive bottom-line results. Analytics and the Bottom Line September 23 2010

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