Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Additional Statistics (G1)

Cumulative/Game 1 (College of Charleston):



MINS
P/R/A
EFF
+/-
3
Tuck
22
25
24
39
4
Jefferson
23
13
5
38
5
Doty
16
12
10
31
13
Banks
17
15
15
33
23
Mosqueda-Lewis
31
31
28
54
30
Stewart
23
27
28
38
31
Dolson
26
28
25
61
32
Buck
9
6
4
-3
34
Faris
24
14
14
39
41
Stokes
9
6
6
-5


P/R/A = Points + Rebounds + Assists totals
EFF = Efficiency Rating [(Pts. + Rebs. + Asts. + Stls. + Blks.) - (FGM + FTM + TOs)]
+/- = Plus/Minus Rating (amount score increases/decreases during time player is on the court)

4 comments:

johnnyc said...

Just curious...Dolson had highest EFF but does not get player of game. Is there something else that factors in? Playing Time?

BTW...great blog and thanks for introducing the EFF stat. Did not know about that.

I have a feeling Stewart will be getting a lot of high EFFs throughout her career.

johnnyc said...

whoops my bad...Dolson led in plus/minus....but still wouldn't that stat be more of a factor for player of the game?

Let's make this easy....how do you come up with player of the game? lol

TJ said...

Thanks for visiting and commenting johnnyc. Player of the Game for me is who was the player who impacted the game the most based on both statistics and eye test. Just because a player leads the game in scoring doesn't necessarily mean they will be POTG. Dolson had a fabulous game & came close (had she gotten the triple-double, she would have won it on that fact only--bc that's an amazing accomplishment), but KML had such an impact early when the game was still close and overall had such a well-rounded game it tipped the scales in her favor. Keep visiting and leave comments. I'll respond.

johnnyc said...

Thanks TJ.....Yes KML was shooting lights out early. I will be able to do the 'eye test' now that the Huskies are on SNY. I live in NY so I get it with basic cable.