A Loose Ball and Pushed by Own Teammate
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Basketball Statistics Tracking Referred Questions:
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


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