One important trait of a defender is the ability to guard multiple positions. In this two-part series, I’ll try to create a metric to quantify versatility.
For years, Russell Westbrook has struggled to replicate his magical performance in his 2017 MVP season. Until now.
With the All-Star break over, now’s a good time to evaluate the performances of the league’s players using expected effective field goal percentage.
There’s a lot of misunderstanding over the true shooting percentage (TS%) metric. Let’s clear up some common misconceptions.
Rudy Gobert has unequivocally been the league’s best and most valuable defensive player over the past three seasons. And he’s only getting better.
It’s common knowledge that home-court advantage is a significant factor in the NBA. But why? Could officiating be a factor?
Can we use basketball statistics to find which NBA players tend to hunt for triple-doubles the most?
The frequency of triple-doubles has exploded over the past few years. Stat sheets are being stuffed like never before. What’s the reason behind it?
We all know that NBA players are shooting more 3-pointers than ever before. However, we’re not talking about the increasing frequency of deep 3-pointers.