Basketball Defensive Rebound Efficiency
Eficiencia del Rebote Defensivo


Reflexions on Basketball Statistics: Some Reflexions about the Basketball Defensive Rebound Efficiency ( Para la versión en Español: Ver el enlace más abajo! )
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"... Talking about turnovers, for example, you might hear someone say, "Our team perpetrated 18 turnovers. That's not very good." It might not be, but you'd have to know more about the way the game was played to reach that conclusion. 18 turnovers against a slow-down team would be awful. 18 turnovers against  a quick-pace squad would be accomplishable. ..." "... There's a stat called 'defensive rebound efficiency' that is  used in the eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis System -- it measures the amount of defensive rebounds taken down from missed shots.

This is Kawhi Leonard’s defensive shot chart for the 2013-14 season. Think of it as the inverse of a conventional shot chart: It reflects the shooting behavior of players when Paul was defending them. The sizes of the symbols on the chart correspond to shot frequency; the color of the symbols represents shot efficiency. These defensive shot charts do a good job of showing the relevance of individual defenders. Players like Leonard reduce the effectiveness of whoever they’re guarding. In this Image by Kirk Goldsberry from GrantLand.com presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis . Image: by Kirk Goldsberry from GrantLand.com

This is Kawhi Leonard’s defensive shot chart for the 2013-14 season. Think of it as the inverse of a conventional shot chart: It reflects the shooting behavior of players when Paul was defending them. The sizes of the symbols on the chart correspond to shot frequency; the color of the symbols represents shot efficiency. These defensive shot charts do a good job of showing the relevance of individual defenders. Players like Leonard reduce the effectiveness of whoever they’re guarding.


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