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

06/15/13

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

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

Basketball Statistician's Digest:
May 2013 eBA sketball Statistics Case Study Conclusion

Basketball Statistics eBA Case Study
About a Basketball Rebounds Statistics Tracking Case Study

" ... A missed shot comes off the rim and bounces along the floor. A1 is in position to pick up the ball, but B5 gains control. However, B5 fouls A1

1. before either can touch the ball;

2. as B5 is the first to touch the ball;

3. after B5 is first to gain control of the ball; or

4. after A1 is first to touch the ball.

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 Tracking Stats Case Studies ~ Basketball Rebounds Statistics Tracking Case Study

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Conclusion:

Basketball Statistics Philosophy:

A player should be credited with a rebound only if the player earned that rebound before the ball was dead.
What happened after the ball became dead and what would have happened had the ball not become dead might be different.

eBA System Statistics Fundamentals:

The statistician should not attempt to decide what would have happened, but should decide only what did happen.
However, if there is doubt about player control, the statistician may assume that there was control.

Sometimes there is doubt about whether a player has gained control of the ball before a certain act takes place. In such cases, the statistician should use the following guidelines.
(a) If the statistician feels there was a possibility of player control, then the play shall be treated as though there was player control.
(b) If the statistician feels there definitely was not a possibility of player control, then it shall be treated as though there was no player control.

eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking:

In 1., the ball became dead when the foul was committed. Credit Team A with a dead-ball rebound.

In 2., if B5 gained control before the foul, the official will have indicated that the foul was a player-control foul and B5 would be credited with an individual LONG or CLOSE DISPUTED rebound and charged with a FORCED turnover. If there is no indication
of player control, then credit Team A with a dead-ball rebound.

In 3., credit B5 with an individual LONG or CLOSE DISPUTED rebound and charge him with a FORCED turnover.

In 4., if the statistician thinks that A1 possibly had control before the foul,
credit A1 with an individual LONG or CLOSE DISPUTED rebound. If the statistician thinks that A1 definitely did not have control, credit Team A with a dead-ball rebound.

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