About Basketball Tall Players and the Basketball Winning Percentage Statistics


Basketball Statistics Referred Concepts:
About Basketball Tall Players
and the Basketball Winning Percentage Statistics


Basketball Statistics Analysis Referred Concepts
Is there at the eBA Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis System a research about the influence of the tall players in the winning percentage and the game statistics evolution of the outside and inside players in this game dominated by giants...?

Some data to go on with this question and the discussion: in fact, there is in the eBA Basketball Statistics Analysis System a research about the influence of the tall players in the winning percentage and the game statistics evolution of the outside and inside players.

And some data about... only three teams won the NBA ring without a 2.13 m player in their opening quintet in the last 25 years:

... the Detroit Pistons in 2003-04 ( with Rasheed Wallace, 2.11, as the tall man of the opening team ), newly the Pistons in 1988-89 ( with Laimbeer, 2.11, as the tall man ) and the Sixers of 1982-83 ( with Moses Malone, 2.08, as the tall of the opening quintet ). And, speaking about the Euroleague, only one team: the Panathinaikos of 2001-02, with Alvertis, 2.06, as the tall man of the team.

And to close this the first section of the answer, with all that was said we reach to the 'Seven Feet Theory', which is supported by recognized NBA scouters: to win actually a championship you must have a 7 feet ( 2,13 m ) player in the middle of the paint area.

Sun Mingming, the 7-foot-9 Chinese center, the world's tallest basketball player Photograph: angry asian man


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