Game #56 Sacramento vs Phoenix

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Re: Game #56 Sacramento vs Phoenix 

Post#21 » by bondom34 » Tue Feb 12, 2019 6:40 am

City of Trees wrote:
bondom34 wrote:Hm, weird. I don't know exactly how BPI works, but seems like part of it is preseason expectations too, so that may be dragging you down. Man I'm pulling for you guys. LAC would be OK too but I don't know if they want in, you'd be so much fun.

I'm not familiar with BPI either. Checked out ESPN and here is their summary of how its calculated:

"BPI accounts for game-by-game efficiency, strength of schedule, pace, days of rest, game location and preseason expectations."

You could be onto something with our preseason expectations.

I think it's a mix of that and your net rating is still a negative, which would project some clutch luck/variance. BPI and 538 give lesser playoff chances and both use preseason as a factor. Teamrankings is a little better. BBR a little better than that.
FoundANewSlant wrote:it's really fundamental defensive flaws exhibited here by Westbrook, PG, and Adams that put Melo into vulnerable positions here yet you can't recognize or explain it.

So Paul George is the reason Carmelo Anthony struggled on defense all these years...
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Re: Game #56 Sacramento vs Phoenix 

Post#22 » by dckingsfan » Wed Feb 13, 2019 5:57 pm


I guess the problem is that the Clippers schedule looks pretty weak. But I could see them playing poorly and the Kings stepping up more than expected. The Team Rankings has us 9th to the Clippers.

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