• Finalizado
    FINAL
    2015-09-12
    Argentina 71
    Venezuela 76
  • Finalizado
    BRONCE
    2015-09-12
    Mexico 86
    Canada 87
  • Finalizado
    SEMIFINAL
    2015-09-11
    Argentina 78
    Mexico 70
  • Finalizado
    SEMIFINAL
    2015-09-11
    Canada 78
    Venezuela 79
  • Finalizado
    Ronda 2
    2015-09-09
    Mexico 95
    Argentina 83
  • Finalizado
    Ronda 2
    2015-09-09
    Uruguay 69
    Puerto Rico 80
  • Finalizado
    Ronda 2
    2015-09-09
    Dominicana 103
    Canada 120
  • Finalizado
    Ronda 2
    2015-09-09
    Panama 62
    Venezuela 75
  • Finalizado
    Ronda 2
    2015-09-08
    Mexico 73
    Canada 94
  • Finalizado
    Ronda 2
    2015-09-08
    Panama 71
    Puerto Rico 78
  • Finalizado
    Ronda 2
    2015-09-08
    Venezuela 75
    Uruguay 77
  • Finalizado
    Ronda 2
    2015-09-08
    Argentina 92
    Dominicana 84

About the Basketball Turnovers Statistics


Is there an influence of the 'game pace' on the 'turnover ratios' of individual players ?

About the "Game Pace" factor: The "Game Pace" is a factor which takes into account the fact that some teams play at a faster pace than others, and therefore individual statistics may be padded for players on those teams that do play at a faster pace.

Pace factor is an estimate of the number of possessions per 48 or 40 minutes by a team and its opponents. It is calculated as follows:

Pace = 48 ( or 40 ) * [ 0.44*(tmFTA + oppFTA) + tmFGA + oppFGA + tmTO + oppTO - tmORB - oppORB / 2 * tmMP ] ..."

About the pace and the turnovers: There is a connected increase in the number of TO due to pace: as pace increases, players/teams get more TO/Min and TO/G.

Therefore we may suppose the sooner your team shoots the ball, the less probably you have a chance for a TO. Or that time of possession is what's mutually related to TO. But, while the presumption is that a faster pace means more errors and more turnovers, if you shoot the ball before you pass it, you turn the ball over less. So, generally, turnover rates do not become larger with quicker pace.

In this case, you wouldn't expect players' turnover rates to vary too much.

Many other factors could have an effect upon TO rates/possession used or touch year to year:

-different players in the same organization -modifications to an organization that does not suit a particular player's style -injuries (players depending on first step with knee/ankle injuries, and injured wrist, etc.) ..."

"... About 'controlling the tempo': This discussion always leads to the question whether "controlling the tempo" is anything different from being able to successfully run one's sets and being able to keep the other team from being able to successfully run their sets, to cause the opponent´s turnovers and to avoid to turn one´s possessions over. There, I think, two sides of the question:

1) Can teams gain a significant edge by forcing a given tempo. Can you can build a team to play well at a certain pace (fast/slow), and then force your opponents to play at that pace?

2) Are there teams that do particularly good jobs at controlling the tempo based on in game situation? It's obviously better to play slow when you are ahead and fast when you are behind (all other things being equal). Do certain winner teams do this significantly better than others? ..."

More information at eBA System - The Basketball Statistics Creative Analysis
Roberto Azar (www.ebasystem.com)

Lecturas: 480 - 2012-12-02