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01/21/19

About the Excessive Swinging of the Elbows & Statistics
in our Basketball Stats Tracking Referred Questions & Basketball Statistics Video Case Study

Basketball Statistics Tracking Referred Questions:
About the Excessive Swinging of the Elbows & Statistics...

Basketball Tracking Stats Referred Questions
"... Team is up by 3 with ball control at the end of 4th. quarter, running the clock out waiting for the defensive foul to stop the clock.

Player with the ball, close defender two handed mildly pushed him and the ball-handler, trying to protect the ball, swings his elbows not in an aggressive way but in a defensive way.

The referee blew the whistle and said no foul but it is a turnover against the ball-handler for "excessive swinging of the elbows".

"Swinging elbows" Turnover is a real rule or an official error ? Forced or Unforced ? What is the statistics ruling according with the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System ? ..."

Basketball Rule Statement:
"A player shall not excessively swing his/her arms or elbows even without contacting an opponent."

The rules penalty was changed to a violation from a technical foul in order to encourage it's being called more.

Basketball Rule Interpretation: Throw-in for the opponents

eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking: Forced ( by the opponent's aggressive defense ) Turnover against the ball-handler and Forced Steal in favour of the close defender.

See in our forums the 'basketball turnovers' topics and the exposition "Basketball Turnovers Analysis" at eBA ONLINE.

All the terms in this post are widely explained at The eBA Basketball Encyclopedia.

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Basketball Traveling




"...Is it a 'Travelling' case ?

What´s the rule and how the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System analyze & track these plays ? ..."

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01/16/19

About the Statistical Tracking of a Basketball Held Ball
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About the Statistical Tracking of a Basketball Held Ball...

Basketball Tracking Stats Referred Questions
"... Which is the statistical register when a defender forces an offensive player into a held ball ( also known as 'jump ball' ) situation ? ..."

If your team loses possession of the ball as the result of a held ball, a ball turnover must be charged.

The turnover is charged to the person who last has possession of the ball.

We have a turnover when your team has the ball, and you lose it to the other team.

A turnover can come in the form of a stolen pass, a pass that you throw out of bounds, it can be where they steal the ball away from your dribbler, it can be where you have a player stand in the paint for over three seconds, etc., etc, etc.

When the turnover does occurs or when a bad shot is forced during an ON BALL screen situation, that's means there is a direct influence of an opponent action: the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System refers to it as a FORCED TURNOVER.

When the turnover does occur WITHOUT any opponent influence or interference: a bad pass you YOURSELF throw out of bounds, we call it an UNFORCED TURNOVER.

The value of the turnover, doesn't vary in our metric, being the same for both types, but the eBA System report give to the coach the total quantity and percentages of Forced and Unforced Turnovers by separate, leading so to a deeper analysis of our possessions.

See in our forums the 'basketball held ball' topics and the exposition "Basketball Possessions Statistical Analysis" at eBA ONLINE.

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01/06/19

About the Bench Scoring Percentage - Value & Analysis
in our Basketball Stats Tracking Referred Questions

Basketball Statistics Tracking Referred Questions:
About the Bench Scoring Percentage - Value & Analysis

Basketball Tracking Stats Referred Questions
"... How to measure the influence over the 'Bench Points Percentage', in the case of a season starter which in any o some games, by some reason of injury or coach decision, come from the bench and plays nearly its minutes played average ? ..."

A relevant contribution of the eBA System is to take the bench points of our team AND from the opponents not only as a Stats quantity, but as a center part of a game basketball analysis.

You can see it's analysis and discussion of the Bench Points Percentage Stats at the eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis area, which includes, among others, the following aspects:

Bench Scoring=
• game's total,
• by quarter,
• at each quarter by separate,
• at game' last five minutes,
• shooting averages,

Miami basketball player Reggie Johnson, injured on center, sits on the bench talking to teammates DeQuan Jones, right, and Erik Swoope during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against Florida State in Coral Gables, Fla.

Photograph: HurricaneSports.com


• changes quantity by game,
• at home;
• on the road,
• opening the game,
• from the bench,
• according to the plus minus, etc.
from our team and from the opponents teams all over the season and each aspect in relation to all other (f.ex. opening the gama on the road or at home, by quarters, etc).

Commentary:
The Bench Scoring Stat are more relevant at the college level.

Most players who goes on to the NBA may scores 20 points a game at least once a season.

Nevertheless, many a winning college team gets exposed in the NCAA for its lack of depth at their bench.

See in our forums the 'bench scoring percentage' topics and the exposition "Basketball Time Played Statistical Analysis" at eBA ONLINE.

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12/30/18

About the Basketball Stats Box Score Balance Errors
in our Basketball Stats Tracking Referred Questions & Basketball Statistics Video Case Study

Basketball Statistics Tracking Referred Questions:
About the Basketball Statistics Box Score

Basketball Tracking Stats Referred Questions
"... We know that a properly completed box score should balance.

The sum of the total number of individual, team and dead-ball rebounds for both teams should equal the total number of missed shots ( field and free ) for both teams.

What the statistician must do if the box score does not balance and the mistake cannot be found ? ..."


A properly completed box score should be balanced. To make this determination, the statistician should add the total number of individual, team and dead-ball rebounds for both teams. This number should equal the total number of missed shots ( field and free ) for both teams.

What the statistician must do if the box score does not balance and the mistake cannot be found ?

A better balance can be achieved if rebounds are kept according to whether they are 'offensive' or 'defensive' rebounds.
This must include both team and dead-ball rebounds. In this case, the sum of Team A's offensive rebounds and Team B's defensive rebounds must equal the total number of missed shots by Team A. Also, the sum of Team B's offensive rebounds and Team A's defensive rebounds must equal the number of missed shots by Team B.

Neither check guarantees that there are no mistakes, but they do indicate that mistakes are unlikely. If the box score does
not balance and the mistake cannot be found, the eBA System propose the following steps which may help:

 There is only one man who has been with the NBA since it’s inception. There is only one man who wrote the story for the Inquirer the night Wilt scored 100 points. And there is only one man who gave us stats such as the Blocked Shot and the Triple Double. His name is Harvey Pollack, and the 90-year stat guru still has a small office at the Wells Fargo Center, where he serves as director of statistical information for the Philadelphia 76ers.

Photograph: Midwest Sports Fans

There is only one man who has been with the NBA since it’s inception. There is only one man who wrote the story for the Inquirer the night Wilt scored 100 points. And there is only one man who gave us stats such as the Blocked Shot and the Triple Double. His name is Harvey Pollack, and the 90-year stat guru still has a small office at the Wells Fargo Center, where he serves as director of statistical information for the Philadelphia 76ers.

1.- Check the dead-ball rebounds. Look at the number of two-shot fouls where the first FTA was missed.

2.- Check the team rebounds. Think about whether either team was awarded the ball for a throw-in when the ball went out of bounds after a shot.

3.- If you are working with live stats, if there was a feeling during the game that an individual should have been credited with another rebound, see if that will help. With the eBA System of Post Game Video Analysis, you'll have not this problem.

4.- Go back and decide whether another dead-ball rebound should be added.

5.- If the feeling is that the error is in the individual or team rebounds but there is no idea about which one or about which player, consider adjusting the team rebounds.

These suggestions are good if you are working with live stats and also can be used if there are too many rebounds.


See in our forums the 'statistics box score' topics and the exposition "Basketball Statistics Tracking & Analysis" at eBA ONLINE.

All the terms in this post are widely explained at The eBA Basketball Encyclopedia.

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Video Case Study:
Official' Errors Video: NBA Referee missed calls on the Suns - Heat game



"... NBA Referee missed calls on the Suns - Heat game ?

Here's a video with a bunch of missed calls by the NBA officials, as usual ...

Should you give the statistical tracking of these missed calls according to your eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System, and with the policy of not punishing a player for the failure of a referees? ..."

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12/18/18

A Loose Ball and Pushed by Own Teammate and the Efficiency in Different Possession Start
in our Basketball Stats Tracking Referred Questions & Basketball Statistics Video Case Study

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A Loose Ball and Pushed by Own Teammate and the Efficiency in Different Possession Start

Basketball Tracking Stats Referred Questions
"... Loose ball and Team B player gets the ball and turns very quickly to shoot at the basket, but when he goes up for the shot he is pushed by another Team B player in the loose ball struggle yet.

The official blew the whistle and then realized that it was his own teammate that had contact with him.

Which is the rule of this situation and, specially the statistician rule according to the eBA Basketball Statistics System ? ..."



From the eBA System: About the Efficiency in Different Possession Start Cases

Here I post some comments on the results included in this post: Efficiency in Different Possession Start Cases.

The complete analysis is included in my exposition about "Possessions" in the eBA ONLINE Clinics:

~ The manner your opponent scores (2p, 3p or FT) does not have a major effect upon your efficiency;

~ Most teams performs better when the possession starts with a defensive rebound after an opponent missed 2p FG;

~ It's easier to put back the ball when an offensive rebound follows a 2 point shot than after a 3-pointer;

~ Good defense makes better team's offense by approximately 5% and good offense improves defense in the same way;

~ A steal is a great offensive tool, more than an offensive rebound;

~ The high efficiency in regards to steals is reasonable because a steal leads to a fast break which is one the most efficient offensive opportunities as well as an offensive rebound;

~ The biggest difference between NBA and European results is efficiency after non-steal turnovers probably because in the NBA an steal is always credited if the ball stays live, which is not always the case in European stats: the eBA Basketball Statistics System register the steals according to the NBA conception;

~ It is harder to take an offensive rebound after a 3p missed than after a 2p missed;

~ One factor that makes bigger the average efficiency after Free Throws is that, because of the team foul penalty, there are more Free Throws near the end of a quarter;

~ The penalty situation also helps to increase efficiency: the net result is a higher average for Free Throws cases than it should be.


Los Angeles Lakers center Andrew Bynum dives to for a loose ball as Denver Nuggets guard Andre Miller, right, looks on during the first half in Los Angeles. Photograph AP by Mark J. Terrill
Photograph Yahoo News

eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking=
In an inadvertent whistle situation like this, the official must determine where the ball was at the time of the whistle:

1) the ball is still in the shooter's hands: ball becomes dead immediately, no goal can be scored, and team B gets the ball back. No statistical register, out of the play-by-play story.

2) the ball was in the air: the goal counts if it goes, and the games goes with a jump ball or the Alternating Possession arrow, its depends by the league.

3) if the ball had been secured on a rebound already: that team receives the ball for a throw-in.


See in our forums the 'loose balls tracking' topics and the exposition "Basketball Possessions Tracking & Analysis" at eBA SYSTEM.

All the terms in this post are widely explained at The eBA Basketball Encyclopedia.

This topic is resumed in the eBA Basketball Statistics System Book





Video Case Study:
Basketball Turnovers Tracking: The Same Mistake Twice !



The Same Mistake Twice !

"... Javale McGee makes the same mistake...twice... is there any special qualification of these two plays, when doing basketball statistical analysis, and not only tracking statistics ? ..."

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12/10/18

A Basketball Technical Foul to an Injured Player
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Basketball Statistics Tracking Referred Questions:
A Basketball Technical Foul to an Injured Player

Basketball Tracking Stats Referred Questions
"... A16 does is injured and does not play in the game but while sitting on the bench during the game shouts at the referee and receives a technical foul. How we register this play ? Turnover ? Game Played ?

Which is the rule of this situation and, specially the statistician rule according to the eBA Basketball Statistics System ? ..."

From the Basketball Rules:
In basketball, a technical foul (also informally known as a "T" or a "Tech") is any infraction of the rules penalized as a foul which does not involve physical contact during the course of play between opposing players on the court, or is a foul by a non-player. The most common technical foul is for unsportsmanlike conduct. Technical fouls can be assessed against players, bench personnel, the entire team (often called a bench technical), or even the crowd. These fouls, and their penalties, are more serious than a personal foul, but not necessarily as serious as a flagrant foul (an ejectable offense in leagues below the NBA, and potentially so in the NBA).

Technical fouls are handled slightly differently under international rules than under the rules used by the various competitions in the United States. First, illegal contact between players on the court is always a personal foul under international rules, whereas in the USA, such contact is, with some exceptions, a technical foul when the game clock is not running and/or when the ball is dead. Second, in FIBA play, players foul out after five total fouls, technical and personal combined.

Head coach Flip Saunders and Rasheed Wallace #36 of the Detroit Pistons watch as official Jack Nies calls a technical foul against a Piston teammate...
Photograph: LIFE

The latter rule is similar to that in college, high school, and middle school basketball in the United States. However, in the NBA and WNBA, players are allowed six personal fouls before being disqualified, and technical fouls assessed against them do not count toward this total. However, unsportsmanlike technicals in the NBA carry a fine, its severity depending on the number of technicals the player has already obtained, and players are suspended for varying amounts of time after accumulating fifteen technicals in the regular season or seven in the playoffs.

In most American competitions, ejection of the offender, be he player, coach, or otherwise, is the penalty for being assessed two technical fouls in a game, if charged directly to him (some technicals committed by a player are charged to the team only). In addition, any single flagrant technical foul, or a disqualifying foul in FIBA, incurs ejection. FIBA rules do not provide for ejection for any number of non-flagrant technicals against a player; however, two technicals on a coach or a third technical on the bench results in his ejection.

eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking=
Charge A16 with at technical foul but do not credit him with a game played and enter '0' under minutes played.


See in our forums the 'technical foul tracking' topics and the exposition "Basketball Fouls Tracking & Analysis" at eBA ONLINE.

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12/03/18

Basketball Statistics Questions: Last FT 2 Seconds To Go, 2 Points Ahead...
& Basketball Statistics Video Case Study

Basketball Tracking Stats Referred Questions:
• 2 Seconds To Go, 2 Points Ahead and Last Free Throw

Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions
...A well known game situation: 2 seconds to go, 2 points ahead and last free throw. The player intentionally misses the free-throw according with the indications from the bench to avoid a complete 2 seconds possession for the opponent. He succeed and they win the game. Can this action be registered in such way that we don't "punish" the shooter's Evaluation Metrics with a -1 because of the missed free
throw ?

What is the Statistics Tracking Rule according to the eBA Basketball Statistics System Book ? ...

eBA Basketball Statistical Tracking=
If you are performing the analysis by means of video, and you are not sure about those "bench indications". you have no alternative and must register the missed free-throw.

The decibel level at Rupp Arena reached epic levels with Nick Calathes at the free throw line with less than a second remaining.
Photograph: from Ed Reinke in ESPN

If you were present at this game, and you heard or saw clearly the coach's indications, you may use the "Team Player" option to register the missed throw, registering this action in the "play-by-play" report.

All the terms in this answer are explained widely at The eBA Basketball System Book and in eBA Clinic ONLINE.

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• About a Traveling Turnover, a 8/10 Seconds Backcourt Violation & Pts Scored in the Wrong Basket

Basketball Tracking Stats Referred Questions
"... A1 jumps and shoots, but B1 taps the ball and is still in A1 ones hand. A1 returns with ball that never left his hand.

Is this jump ball, traveling, or a block shoot? B1 just barely tap the ball in the shooters hand.

And what is the statistician rule according to the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System ..."

eBA Basketball Statistics Tracking:
If B1 prevents A1 from releasing the ball, it's a held ball, with the statistical record according the alternating possession rule.

If A1 chooses not to release the ball, it's traveling, recording a forced turnover against A1 and a forced steal in favour to B1, the player deflecting, or team player, depending upon the situation.

Jasmine Hassell #12 of the East Team has her shot blocked by Christina Marinacci #00 and Tierra Ruffin-Pratt #4 of the West Team
Photograph: zimbio.com

"... The 8 / 10 seconds time limit rule violation is a PERSONAL or TEAM turnover ? FORCED or
UNFORCED ?
By the way, all the basketball leagues have this rule ? Any difference ? ..."

eBA Basketball Statistics Tracking:
The 8/10 seconds backcourt violation is generally a TEAM TURNOVER, being FORCED or UNFORCED depending upon the opponent's action: if it is as result of an all or half court press defense (FORCED) or a defender's error (UNFORCED).

"... To whom are credited the points scored in the wrong basket ?
To any player ? To the opponent captain ? And what the stats rule ? Turnover ? ..."

Points scored in the wrong basket are never credited to a player, but are credited to the team in a footnote. Points awarded for basket interference or goaltending by the defense are credited to the shooter. When a live ball goes in the basket, the last player who touched the ball causes it to go there ( from the Instructions & Rules Coverage - Scoring 9. ).


See in our forums the 'turnovers tracking' topics and the exposition "Basketball Turnovers Tracking & Analysis" at eBA ONLINE.

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Basketball Passing: Scottie Pippen passes to referee on FB... TO classification: F, UF or T TO ?

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Scottie Pippen passes to referee on FB... TO classification: F, UF or T TO ?

"... Scottie Pippen passes to referee on a Fast Break... What is the TO classification: a Forced, an Unforced or a Technical TO ?

How the eBA Basketball Statistics System analyze this situation ? ..."

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11/23/18

Basketball Statistics Questions: Keeping Stats ~ Downward Flight Ball Interference

Basketball Tracking Stats Referred Questions:
Keeping Stats ~ Downward Flight Ball Interference

Basketball Registering Stats Referred Questions
... After a shot for a goal by A1, the ball is in the air when it is touched in its upward flight by B2 ( or A2 ).

In its downward flight to the basket the ball is touched by B3 ( or by A3 ).

Which is the game rule and the statistical register IN EACH CASE according to the eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis ? ...

Rule Fundamental= If, after a field goal attempt, a player touches the ball while it is in its upward flight , all restrictions related to goal tending and interference shall apply.

Game Rule= The contact of B2 ( or A2 ) with the ball in its upward flight is legal and does not change the status of a shot for a goal . However, the subsequent contact with the ball in its downward flight by A3 or B3 is a violation .

Syracuse's Baye Keita bocks the shot of West Virginia's Deniz Kilicli in the final seconds of the game at the Carrier Dome. In this Photograph from syracuse.com presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis
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eBA Statistical Tracking= In the case of B3, two or three points are awarded to team A, without any record against B3 - this possession ends with the basket. In the case of A3's violation, the ball is awarded to team B for a throw-in, with an 'Unforced Turnover' record against A3.



Basketball Goal Tending and Basket Interference
FIBA Guidelines for Officials

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11/14/18

About the Efficiency in Different Possession Start Cases and the Fast Bbreak
in our Basketball Stats Tracking Referred Questions & Basketball Statistics Video Case Study

Basketball Statistics Tracking Referred Questions:
About the Efficiency in Different Possession Start Cases and the Fast Break

Basketball Tracking Stats Referred Questions
"... When exactly - within how many seconds - we have a 'fast break' ?

Fast break points is a stat that TV broadcasters always talk about - saying how some team ranks in it on the season.

Is this stat collected into season rankings in the eBA Basketball Statistics
System
?
And what is its relationship with the efficiency in different possession start cases ? ..."

As was explained in another post, when we explained how to record the plays according the 24 seconds rule, the eBA Basketball Statistics System tracks this stats into season rankings.

From the >eBA ONLINE Clinic we know that the system tracks the plays according to the shooting clock, within 4 - 8- 16 - 20 and 24 seconds. Therefore, the fast breaks are the plays recorded in the first 4/5 seconds of the shooting clock, subtracting out offensive-rebound putbacks.

Presently in the Saturday's eBA Annual Clinic we are discussing about a norm related to the number of passes in a fast break.

Different Basketball Possession Start Cases and the Fast Break
Photograph: from Flickr

About the Basketball Efficiency in Different Possession Start Cases:
Here I post some comments on the results included in this post: Efficiency in Different Possession Start Cases.

The complete analysis is included in my exposition about "Possessions" in the eBA ONLINE Clinics:

~ The manner your opponent scores (2p, 3p or FT) does not have a major effect upon your efficiency;

~ Most teams performs better when the possession starts with a defensive rebound after an opponent missed 2p FG;

~ It's easier to put back the ball when an offensive rebound follows a 2 point shot than after a 3-pointer;

~ Good defense makes better team's offense by approximately 5% and good offense improves defense in the same way;

~ A steal is a great offensive tool, more than an offensive rebound;

~ The high efficiency in regards to steals is reasonable because a steal leads to a fast break which is one the most efficient offensive opportunities as well as an offensive rebound;

~ The biggest difference between NBA and European results is efficiency after non-steal turnovers probably because in the NBA an steal is always credited if the ball stays live, which is not always the case in European stats: the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System records the steals according to the NBA conception;

~ It is harder to take an offensive rebound after a 3p missed than after a 2p missed;

~ One factor that makes bigger the average efficiency after Free Throws is that, because of the team foul penalty, there are more Free Throws near the end of a quarter;

~ The penalty situation also helps to increase efficiency: the net result is a higher average for Free Throws cases than it should be.


See in our forums the 'technical foul tracking' topics and the exposition "Basketball Fouls Tracking & Analysis" at eBA ONLINE.

All the terms in this post are widely explained at The eBA Basketball Encyclopedia.

This topic is resumed in the eBA Basketball Statistics System Book


Pat Summitt and Coachtube



Video Case Study:
Basketball 3/5/8/24 Seconds Cases: Try for Goal at the Expiration of time in the 4th quarter



Try for Goal at the Expiration of time in the 4th quarter

"... 4 second to the end, 55:52 the whites 'Patriots' 3 points back and with the ball, only a 3-points conversion should send the game to an OT. But... after the field goal made apparently for 3 point, one official signals a three point made and another official run from the left of the screen to call WHAT HE SAW: the player slightly step on the three points line, what makes the final game score to 55:54 against the Patriots, and... no OT !...

How the eBA Basketball Statistics System analyze this situation ? What type of turnover ? ..."

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11/02/18

No Basketball Time Out nor Change without Clock ~ Rule, Statistics and the Stats Charting
in our Basketball Stats Tracking Referred Questions

Basketball Statistics Tracking Referred Questions:
No Basketball Time Out nor Change without Clock ~ Rule, Statistics and the Stats Charting

Basketball Tracking Stats Referred Questions
"... During the jump ball to start the game but before the ball is legally tapped, jumper A1 commits a violation and the ball is awarded to team B for a throw-in.

At this moment either coach requests a time-out or a substitution.

Is this time-out given ?

What is the correct rule and, specially, the statistical tracking according with the eBA Basketball Statistics System ? ..."



Basketball Rule's Fundamental=
A charged time-out or a substitution cannot be granted before the playing time for a period has started or after the playing time for a period has been completed.

Basketball Game's Rule=
The time-out or substitution cannot be granted because the playing time has not yet started.

eBA Basketball Statistics Tracking=
- against A1 a foul made - a "bad" one because of the lost possession;
- the received foul for team's B player - very "good" one; and
- the 1st. Jump Ball: in favour Team B.

During the jump ball to start the game but before the ball is legally tapped, as seen in this photograph ..., jumper A1 commits a violation and the ball is awarded to team B for a throw-in. At this moment either coach requests a time-out or a substitution. Is this time-out given ? In this photograph by G. Silverstein from GOODBY SILVERSTEIN & PARTNERS presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis .

Photograph: GOODBY SILVERSTEIN & PARTNERS

The eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis System gives the classification of "Positive", "Negative" and "Neutral" Personal Fouls Made and Received for the NEW eBA Fouls Rating.

Positive Foul: when we get an advantage in the game, f.ex. ...

• a foul intentionally made on a certain player to send him to the line;
• a foul to stop a fast break not being in the penalty situation; read more...

Negative Foul: when the action involves a disadvantage in the game, f.ex. ...

• a foul made away from the basket being in the penalty situation;
• a foul made into the las 3-4 seconds of the shooting clock;
• a shooting foul made on three-pointer shooter; read more...

Neutral Foul: when the action does not affect the outcome of a play, f.ex. ...

• when we neutralize an official´s error and don´t punish the player twice;
• a foul intentionally made to stop the clock at the end of a game; read more...

You can read the full list of the eBA Basketball Personal Fouls Classifications at the eBA Basketball Statistics System Book.


See in these blogs and in our forums the 'steal' topics and the exposition "Basketball Personal Fouls Tracking & Analysis" at eBA ONLINE.


All the terms in this post are widely explained at The eBA Basketball Encyclopedia.

This topic is resumed in the eBA Basketball Statistics System Book


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