On my way to Sloan!
For those that have been reading the Hoops Lab for awhile, you know that I'm a basketball nerd in every sense of the term. I'm a scientist/engineer with a bent for statistics by training, and of course I'm a basketball junkie. Put those two things together, and it's less than shocking that I've been all over the APBR-metrics movement in the NBA.
For those that don't know, APBR-metrics is the movement to identify new ways to quantify "good" play and productivity in basketball, similar to the SABRmetrics and Moneyball mindset that started sweeping baseball a bit more than a decade ago. The process is more complicated in basketball, though, because of the dynamic and inter-related nature of the game. In baseball, everything can be broken down to a 1-on-1 matchup between the pitcher and the batter, and the box scores contain just about all of the information that a SABR-metrician would need to do their analysis.
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