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Basketball Tracking Stats Case Studies ~ Basketball Assists Statistics Tracking Case Study

02/24/13

Basketball Tracking Stats Case Studies ~ Basketball Assists Statistics Tracking Case Study

Basketball Statistician's Digest:
December 2012 eBA sketball Statistics Case Study Conclusion

Basketball Statistics eBA Case Study
About Basketball Assists Statistics Tracking Case Study

" ... A2 passes the ball to A4.

1.- B3 deflects the pass and it is gathered without difficulty by B5;

2.- B3 palms the pass and B5 cuts in front of A4 to head the pass off; or

3.- B3 deflects the pass and B5 gains control of the ball after a struggle with A4.

What is the proper ruling and the correct INDIVIDUAL or COLLECTIVE statistical registration according to the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System including the type of the registration ( type of turnover; forced, unforced, individual or collective turnover, good or bad foul; close, long, disputed or undisputed rebound; assist made, potential, missed or double assist; etc. ) ... ?"

Basketball Assists Statistics Tracking
Photograph: Kevork Djansezian for The Press-Enterprise

Conclusion:

Basketball Statistics Philosophy:

An assist should be more than a routine pass that just happens to be followed by a field goal. It should be a conscious effort to find the open player or to help a player work free. There should not be a limit on the number of dribbles by the receiver.
It is not even necessary that the assist be given on the last pass.

There is no restraint on the distance or type of shot made, for these are not the crucial factors in determining whether an assist should be credited. Nevertheless, the eBA System register both factors: distance of the assist and type of shot assisted made.

Although, an assist should be 'made'. 'missed' or 'potential' according to our eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System, when also are tracked the 'long assists', 'short assists', '2 or 3 points assists', 'assists on foul' and 'assists on/to the paint area'.

eBA System Statistics Fundamentals:

A player is credited with an assist when the player makes, in the judgment of the statistician, the principal pass contributing directly to a field goal (or an awarded score of two or three
points). Only one assist is to be credited on any field goal and only when the pass was a major part of the play.

That said, the 'second assist concept' (as in hockey) is integral part of our eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System ! The same player cannot be credited with an assist and a field goal made on the same possession.

Such a pass should be either
(a) a pass that finds a player free after he or she has maneuvered without the ball for a positional advantage, or
(b) a pass that gives the receiving player a positional advantage he or she otherwise would not have had.

eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking:

In all cases, charge A2 with a FORCED or an UNFORCED TURNOVER. depending upon the defender action.

In 1.-, Credit B3 with a FORCED STEAL in the category of "deflections".

In 2.-, Credit B5 with an UNFORCED STEAL and B3 with a deflection.

In 3.-, The statistician will have to determine who played the most substancial part in the steal.

If the deflection was not strong and B5 had to fight to win the ball control, then B5 should receive credit of a FORCED STEAL. If the deflection was powerful, then credit B3 with a FORCED STEAL in the category of "deflections".

If there is doubt, credit the steal to the player who made the initial deflection, in this case B3.

This Case Study was presented as every 15th. day of each month ( with the exception of our vacations on January ~ February ), on December 15th, 2012 in our eBA Portal: were sent 928 answers, 221 partial answers and 603 totally correct, that's means including all the options, registrations and qualifications.

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