Category Archives: Stats

So You Drove the Ball to the Net. What next?

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What happens when DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry drive the ball?


10 Questions Basketball Analytics Needs to Answer

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Basketball analytics is all the rage, but when will they tell us something we can use?


The Raptors and the NBA’s Shooting Revolution – the Nylon Calculus Shot Charts

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Greg Mason takes a look at how the Raptors fare in the latest production of the analytics world – the Nylon Calculus shot charts.


Series Preview: Raptors vs Nets by the Numbers

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Numbers never lie, or so the saying goes.


Sample Size Theater Encore: Trade Effect on Pick ‘n Roll Play, JV, Amir, Ross

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Looking at the statistical effects of the Rudy Gay trade on the Raptors offense and individual players. We also uncover the single greatest thing Raptors Republic has ever produced.


Quite Possibly the Worst Shot Chart You’ll Ever See

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The Raptors shot 26% in the first half of a 96-80 loss to the Chicago Bulls.


Introducing PRIMO – A Simple Single Game Shooting Efficiency Measure

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Points Rated In My Own (Way). P.R.I.M.O. Taking suggestions for a stat with the acronym “P.A.S.T.A. A.N.D. S.A.U.C.E.”


Statophile 38 | Snapshot – Keen on Kyle

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Kyrie Irving

How does Lowry rank with other free agent point guards?


Statophile 37 | Snapshot – Five Points on Fields

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Five Points on Fields. So what does the offer really mean?


Statophile 36 | Snapshot – Steve Nash: Productivity and Age

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So Nash has been very productive despite his age. But can he hold up and be productive at reasonably the same levels?


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