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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Centre Mad Man View Post
    For the season to date, the Zags are +29 when I am not on the floor...
    Seriously, I would have thought you would have been in the 35+ range...you are the most consistent of all our Zags...keep up the GREAT work!

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    Reborn hasn't had the guts to come back and try to either defend his worthless comment or apologize. Pathetic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fonebone View Post
    You speak with such certainty. My support for Watson is mostly based on direct comments from the coaches.


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    My support comes from his play. Offensively, he is one the best screeners on the team. Much needed in the ball screen offense that the Zags run. Also, he is an elite defender. With all offensive fire power the Zags have, offensively we need his dirty work of setting screens. It is no accident that his best game, Texas this year came against the biggest opponent. Ben is awesome and the future is bright for him, but with Chet, Drew & Anton in front of him, it is not his time yet. I do hope Few open the rotation more to find minutes for Ben & Kaden. Ben can learn from Anton, even offensively like how to hold a screen better, box out better, slash to the basket for an offesive rebound, spacing in the offense, you know the little things that one doesn't see in the box score but every coach knows is important to winning.
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    From Evanmiya.com:



    Glossary:

    OBPR: Offensive Bayesian Performance Rating reflects the offensive value a player brings to his team when he is on the court. This rating incorporates a player's individual efficiency stats and on-court play-by-play impact, and also accounts for the offensive strength of other teammates on the floor with him, along with the defensive strength of the opponent's players on the floor. A higher rating is better.
    DBPR: Defensive Bayesian Performance Rating reflects the defensive value a player brings to his team when he is on the court. This rating incorporates a player's individual efficiency stats and on-court play-by-play impact, and also accounts for the defensive strength of other teammates on the floor with him, along with the offensive strength of the opponent's players on the floor. A higher rating is better.
    BPR: Bayesian Performance Rating is the sum of a player's OBPR and DBPR. This rating is the ultimate measure of a player's overall value to his team when he is on the floor. A higher rating is better.
    Change: Improvement in BPR over the last 30 days.
    Off Poss: Number of meaningful offensive possessions played.
    Def Poss: Number of meaningful defensive possessions played.
    Box OBPR: Box Offensive Bayesian Performance Rating is an estimate of a player's offensive value, based only on his individual stats. This serves as a prior starting point when calculating OBPR.
    Box DBPR: Box Defensive Bayesian Performance Rating is an estimate of a player's defensive value, based only on his individual stats. This serves as a prior starting point when calculating DBPR.
    Box BPR: Box Bayesian Performance Rating is the sum of a player's Box OBPR and Box DBPR. This rating is an estimate of a player's overall value, based only on his individual stats.
    Team Eff Margin: Difference between adjusted team offensive and adjusted defensive efficiency with player on the court. A higher value is better.
    +/-: Number of points scored for the player's team with him on the court, minus the number of points scored by the opponent with him on the court.

    Evan just added the "Change" column, which shows that Drew, Chet, Rasir and Julian are much better on O than Evan predicted to start the season, and Anton, Nolan, Julian are much better on D than predicted. The DBPR indicates that Anton is our best defender by far, and the team has the best overall efficiency margin when he's playing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrooner View Post
    From Evanmiya.com:



    Glossary:

    OBPR: Offensive Bayesian Performance Rating reflects the offensive value a player brings to his team when he is on the court. This rating incorporates a player's individual efficiency stats and on-court play-by-play impact, and also accounts for the offensive strength of other teammates on the floor with him, along with the defensive strength of the opponent's players on the floor. A higher rating is better.
    DBPR: Defensive Bayesian Performance Rating reflects the defensive value a player brings to his team when he is on the court. This rating incorporates a player's individual efficiency stats and on-court play-by-play impact, and also accounts for the defensive strength of other teammates on the floor with him, along with the offensive strength of the opponent's players on the floor. A higher rating is better.
    BPR: Bayesian Performance Rating is the sum of a player's OBPR and DBPR. This rating is the ultimate measure of a player's overall value to his team when he is on the floor. A higher rating is better.
    Change: Improvement in BPR over the last 30 days.
    Off Poss: Number of meaningful offensive possessions played.
    Def Poss: Number of meaningful defensive possessions played.
    Box OBPR: Box Offensive Bayesian Performance Rating is an estimate of a player's offensive value, based only on his individual stats. This serves as a prior starting point when calculating OBPR.
    Box DBPR: Box Defensive Bayesian Performance Rating is an estimate of a player's defensive value, based only on his individual stats. This serves as a prior starting point when calculating DBPR.
    Box BPR: Box Bayesian Performance Rating is the sum of a player's Box OBPR and Box DBPR. This rating is an estimate of a player's overall value, based only on his individual stats.
    Team Eff Margin: Difference between adjusted team offensive and adjusted defensive efficiency with player on the court. A higher value is better.
    +/-: Number of points scored for the player's team with him on the court, minus the number of points scored by the opponent with him on the court.

    Evan just added the "Change" column, which shows that Drew, Chet, Rasir and Julian are much better on O than Evan predicted to start the season, and Anton, Nolan, Julian are much better on D than predicted. The DBPR indicates that Anton is our best defender by far, and the team has the best overall efficiency margin when he's playing.
    But ... but .... what about the "eye" test?

    And on a more serious note, thanks for the great, informative post, scrooner.

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