IKnowHoops

02-14-2013, 08:41 PM

OK so not many will care, but to those who agree or disagree, I hope that you are able to understand this cause its pretty cut and dry.

So I made an equation that I think represents who is doing the most in the league. I give a point value for each stat based on the top 20 for each stat. I give a point for scoring, and then find the relativity between pts vs all the other stats to determine the worth of each stat.

Takes into account.

Points and shooting percentage-- (Points-shots)

Asst value-- (avg points of top 20/average asst of to 20) which is (21.76/7.57) which is 2.87

REB value-- (avg points of top 20/average reb of top 20) which is (21.76/10.66) which is 2.04

Blk value-- (avg points of top 20/average blks of top 20) which is (21.76/1.99) which is 10.93

Stl value-- (avg points of top 20/average stls of top 20) which is (21.76/1.84) which is 11.83

TO value-- (avg points of top 20/average TO of top 20) which is (21.76/3.2) which is 6.73

So the equation looks like this:

(Points-shot attempts) + (assts x 2.87) + (reb x 2.04) + (blks x 10.93) + (stl x 11.83) - (TO x 6.73)

Lebron- (27.1 - 18.3) + (6.9 x 2.87) + (8.1 x 2.04) + (.88 x 10.93) + ( 1.65 x 11.83) - (2.9 x 6.73)

Durant- (29.0 - 18.0) + (4.4 x 2.87) + (7.4 x 2.04) + (1.19 x 10.93) + (1.6 x 11.83) - (3.2 x 6.73)

Lebron 54.7

Durant 48.9

So as you can see my equation shows Lebron doing more. Would love to hear from those who understand this equation why it is does or doesnt adequately show who is doing more on the court.

So I made an equation that I think represents who is doing the most in the league. I give a point value for each stat based on the top 20 for each stat. I give a point for scoring, and then find the relativity between pts vs all the other stats to determine the worth of each stat.

Takes into account.

Points and shooting percentage-- (Points-shots)

Asst value-- (avg points of top 20/average asst of to 20) which is (21.76/7.57) which is 2.87

REB value-- (avg points of top 20/average reb of top 20) which is (21.76/10.66) which is 2.04

Blk value-- (avg points of top 20/average blks of top 20) which is (21.76/1.99) which is 10.93

Stl value-- (avg points of top 20/average stls of top 20) which is (21.76/1.84) which is 11.83

TO value-- (avg points of top 20/average TO of top 20) which is (21.76/3.2) which is 6.73

So the equation looks like this:

(Points-shot attempts) + (assts x 2.87) + (reb x 2.04) + (blks x 10.93) + (stl x 11.83) - (TO x 6.73)

Lebron- (27.1 - 18.3) + (6.9 x 2.87) + (8.1 x 2.04) + (.88 x 10.93) + ( 1.65 x 11.83) - (2.9 x 6.73)

Durant- (29.0 - 18.0) + (4.4 x 2.87) + (7.4 x 2.04) + (1.19 x 10.93) + (1.6 x 11.83) - (3.2 x 6.73)

Lebron 54.7

Durant 48.9

So as you can see my equation shows Lebron doing more. Would love to hear from those who understand this equation why it is does or doesnt adequately show who is doing more on the court.