What do the Numbers on this Page Mean?click to show/hide
The tables on this page compare how the player's team performed in various situations: with the player on the court, off the court, and playing different positions.
The page is a little tricky because the off-court stats are shown relative to the on-court stats. What we're interested in when looking at off-court stats is the difference in how the team performed with the player on the court compared to off. So, to make it easier to interpret, these stats are shown relative to what the on-court stats show: a +5.2 in the Offense Pts/Poss column, for example, means that the team scored 5.2 points per 100 possessions more with the player on the court than when they were off. That's good - it means the team was better on offense when the player was on the court. The percentile shown is based on this difference. So a 90 for an off court stat means that 90% of players had a worse on/off court differential in this category. As always, a higher number and more blue is better, a lower number and more red is worse.
All numbers on this page remove garbage time.
That should get you started. The "Guide to Understanding this Table" links on top of each table contain a much more in-depth explanation of how to interpret these tables.
Jump to sectionTeam Efficiency and Four Factors
Team: Shooting: Frequency Shooting: Accuracy Context Stats: Halfcourt and Putbacks Context Stats: Transition
Opponent: Shooting: Frequency Shooting: Accuracy Context Stats: Halfcourt and Putbacks Context Stats: Transition
Team Efficiency and Four Factors
|Year||Age||Team||MIN||Diff||Exp W||Pts/Poss||eFG%||TOV%||ORB%||FT Rate||Pts/Poss||eFG%||TOV%||ORB%||FT Rate|
- It includes:
- On/off/position stats for team and opponent shooting by location
- On/off/position stats for team and opponent play context (transition/half court/putbacks)