Best website to access advanced statistics?

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Re: Best website to access advanced statistics? 

Post#81 » by TucsonClip » Sat May 30, 2015 7:51 pm

celticsfan34 wrote:Is there an advanced stats site for college hoops?
Plus, why would I want to go to the NBA? Duke players suck in the pros.

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Re: Best website to access advanced statistics? 

Post#82 » by sanitylaker » Fri Sep 4, 2015 10:21 pm

Hello guys

Any website to look for PER specifically in the NBA Finals ? BB reference doesn't show it (only gamescore) and ESPN is paid. Any other option ? Thanks
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Re: Best website to access advanced statistics? 

Post#83 » by Pablo Novi » Sun Dec 13, 2015 3:16 am

Any way easier than scanning thru every post in this thread to compile an overall list of sites (perhaps with each one having a minimum description of what ever data/thing(s) it's best for? And to have that appear in a Post #1. (If not to Post #1; to some post on Page 1 of this thread?)
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Re: Best website to access advanced statistics? 

Post#84 » by NBA ASA » Wed Nov 2, 2016 2:50 pm

So I made this Advanced Stats App for NBA (android) if anyone is interested, I think it's really helpful for all of us who like to track NBA statistics

Here is a 2-minute promo video so you can see what it is all about

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Re: Best website to access advanced statistics? 

Post#85 » by heyPlayer » Tue Apr 11, 2017 11:53 pm
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Re: Best website to access advanced statistics? 

Post#86 » by baldur » Fri Nov 30, 2018 9:16 am

hi guys,
which website do you use for strength of schedule?
i checked tankathon, espn and teamrankings but interestingly their results vary inaccurately.
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Re: Best website to access advanced statistics? 

Post#87 » by craftedNBA » Sat Jan 19, 2019 6:57 pm

I have a site that has been around for a few months now that is worth checking out. We have many of the advanced stats (RPM, PIPM, BPM, etc) all in the same place.

Individual player pages have the advanced plus-minus stats, as well as the traditional stats that you would find on ESPN or basketball reference.

There is also an Awards page with All-NBA, All-Star and some other awards that auto update and are based on the advanced stats.

Play around with it and if you have any questions you can reach me
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Re: Best website to access advanced statistics? 

Post#88 » by Uncle Mxy » Wed Jan 30, 2019 4:47 am

What happened with No updates for the 2019 season?
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Re: Best website to access advanced statistics? 

Post#89 » by GhostRaptors96 » Sat Feb 2, 2019 11:47 am

I'm looking for a site that allows me to compare different heights' players with FT% (historical database, year per year, comulative, etc...) not only in NBA, but also in other leagues such as WNBA, G-League, NCAA, Euroleague and others. I've some trouble because it's hard to find this stats, moreover if I need to search not in my native language (I'm italian). Can anyone help me with this research?
It would be very helpful also if someone know a site where I can find the historical trend of heights by each positions in different leagues.
Thanks to everyone who can help me with that.
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Re: Best website to access advanced statistics? 

Post#90 » by Wiz99 » Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:17 pm

I need player salary data for 2016-17, Excel-friendly format. Didn't find that on (seem to only have current season),, Found one guy who had it, but dude didn't separate players' first and last names, so you can't sort the data except by first name.

Any suggestions where else to look? Much appreciated!

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