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Re: Deepest team in the East 

Post#61 » by Jamaaliver » Tue Jan 5, 2021 6:33 pm

Trae continuing to do Trae things on the offensive end. JC and Hunter have been alternating good games thus far.

Kev and Bogdan Bogdan have been -- about average overall.

And then there's Cam...he's struggling of late.

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Re: Deepest team in the East 

Post#62 » by shakes0 » Tue Jan 5, 2021 6:40 pm

Jamaaliver wrote:Trae continuing to do Trae things on the offensive end. JC and Hunter have been alternating good games thus far.

Kev and Bogdan Bogdan have been -- about average overall.

And then there's Cam...he's struggling of late.

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what's TPA?
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Re: Deepest team in the East 

Post#63 » by Jamaaliver » Tue Jan 5, 2021 7:15 pm

shakes0 wrote:what's TPA?



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OPA is derived by adjusting offensive box plus/minus (OBPM) to account for the number of possessions the player in question is present for. Similarly, DPS is derived from a similar adjustment of defensive box plus/minus (DBPM) with that same number of possessions. OBPM and DBPM, both calculated by Basketball-Reference.com, estimate the per-100-possessions value of a player on either end of the court.

Add OPA and DPS together, and you have TPA. A score of zero indicates a player was perfectly average (by no means a bad thing for rookies or lifelong end-of-bench players), while anything positive means they were better than an average-level replacement.





Simply another advanced metric ti measure output/efficiency/effectiveness.
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Re: Deepest team in the East 

Post#64 » by jayu70 » Wed Jan 6, 2021 4:07 pm

All that depth in street clothes. Rondo out the next 3 games.
Gallo, Onkongwu, Dunn and Snell, all out.
Time to give the 2way guys some run.
Just like last season- The Core 5 plus not much bench, sigh. My only hope is that the early season struggles becomes great experience for these young players as the season goes along.
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Re: Deepest team in the East 

Post#65 » by DirtybirdGA » Wed Jan 6, 2021 6:04 pm

So damn frustrating.. It feels like they got these FA's out of Grady.... gee whiz. I ain't to geeked about all this.
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Re: Deepest team in the East 

Post#66 » by jayu70 » Sun Jan 10, 2021 3:14 am

Just as Snell is 'available' - Down goes Bogi.
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