2017-18 RAPM

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2017-18 RAPM 

Post#1 » by William_homyk » Mon Nov 6, 2017 10:24 pm

Is there a place where you can find an updated daily RAPM yet for this season?
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Post#2 » by paulbball » Tue Nov 7, 2017 5:57 am

Last year ESPN's RPM came out on Nov 18. RAPM should come out around the same time, or a few weeks later.
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Post#3 » by K_chile22 » Tue Nov 7, 2017 9:07 pm

paulbball wrote:Last year ESPN's RPM came out on Nov 18. RAPM should come out around the same time, or a few weeks later.

you don't think it will be earlier with the earlier star of the season? I would be expecting RPM any day now
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Post#4 » by William_homyk » Wed Nov 8, 2017 4:55 pm

I meant RAPM not rpm. Last year there was a google doc link that updated daily. I guess I can just tweet to Engelmann
https://twitter.com/JerryEngelmann to see if there is one. Apparently in Multi-year rapm Curry lead the league again

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Post#5 » by giberish » Fri Nov 10, 2017 1:02 am

William_homyk wrote:I meant RAPM not rpm. Last year there was a google doc link that updated daily. I guess I can just tweet to Engelmann
https://twitter.com/JerryEngelmann to see if there is one. Apparently in Multi-year rapm Curry lead the league again

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It will take a while for there to be a meaningful sample size for RAPM.

RPM should have something faster (that's kind of the point of RPM vs RAPM).
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Post#6 » by paulbball » Mon Nov 27, 2017 7:58 pm

Engelmann has the RAPM for this year based on his tweets at @JerryEngelmann

Bottom 3 in DRAPM are Schrödinger, Muhammad and Towns.

Hopefully we get the full Google doc soon
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Post#7 » by blabla » Mon Nov 27, 2017 10:03 pm

Schrödinger is the one with the cat(?), not the basketball player
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Post#8 » by cpower » Fri Dec 8, 2017 7:20 pm

what do you guys think about Eric Gordon this season? there is a huge discrepancy between him BPM and RPM numbers.
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Post#9 » by HoopsMalone » Fri Dec 8, 2017 11:37 pm

cpower wrote:what do you guys think about Eric Gordon this season? there is a huge discrepancy between him BPM and RPM numbers.



I'd be shocked if he's not an extremely positive offensive player. He's 1.91 ORPM right now. That sounds about right. The dude has just looked amazing going to the rim
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Post#10 » by cpower » Mon Dec 11, 2017 7:08 am

HoopsMalone wrote:
cpower wrote:what do you guys think about Eric Gordon this season? there is a huge discrepancy between him BPM and RPM numbers.



I'd be shocked if he's not an extremely positive offensive player. He's 1.91 ORPM right now. That sounds about right. The dude has just looked amazing going to the rim

i feel he really does a lot to that 2nd unit offensively. He had a down year in terms of efficiency but his on/off has been great so i feel BPM has underates him

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