This is the first framework that can quantify a team's points per possession by a function of shooting, rebounding and turnover metrics. This framework leads to the conclusion that NBA basketball is 32% Shooting, 32% Opponent’s Shooting, 20% Turnovers and 16% Rebounding. It is a more exact approach then the famous Oliver’s four factor approach. Consider this as a master point of reference for all my basketball content.
|Scoring Attempt Tree Framework||Derviation of the Scoring Attempt Tree Framework and The Formula That Explains Basketball||Explainer Part 1||Interactive Write Up
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|zbo scores||Applying The Scoring Attempt Tree Framework to derive ratings metrics for shooting, opponent's shooting, rebound and turnover forces. The approach is moe exact than the famous Oliver's Approach.||Explainer Part 2|
|Scoring Attempt Tree Interpretations||Understanding the role of miss% in the scoring attempt tree framework||Can missing make your team better at basketball?|
|Analyzing composite shooting efficiencies including free throws from attempts from 2 vs 3||Why 23 teams in the NBA take too many threes?|