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    Default Raptors 2009-10 Final Win Shares & WS/48

    Top Raptors players sorted by Win Shares per 48 minutes only those players with a WS/48 above .100 which is considered the league average.

    Player------------Win Shares---WS/48
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    Chris Bosh--------9.6-----------0.182
    Amir Johnson---- 4.5-----------0.150
    Jose Calderon--- 4.2-----------0.111
    Jarrett Jack------4.8-----------0.102

    For the complete list of all Raptors players Win Share information for 2009-10 plus a definition of Win Shares see link.

    Note: Win Shares is a basketball sabermetrics computation and reflects a player's contribution to winning based upon their offense, defense and their impact on their teammates. It is probably the most complete and accurate assessment of a player's true on court value toward a team's winning.

    http://nba-25-15.blogspot.com/2010/0...s-and-win.html
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    More evidence that Calderon is more valuable than many Raptor fans seem to believe.

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    Win shares is an ok stat, but doesn't capture defense. With that said, I think I've made it pretty clear that I Jose and Jack are both very good backups/borderline starter level guards. Also, I do think Amir has outplayed Bargs for most of the season.

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    Quote Ripp wrote: View Post
    Win shares is an ok stat, but doesn't capture defense. With that said, I think I've made it pretty clear that I Jose and Jack are both very good backups/borderline starter level guards. Also, I do think Amir has outplayed Bargs for most of the season.
    I beg to differ.

    Crediting Defensive Win Shares to Players
    A. 1973-74 to present NBA

    Crediting Defensive Win Shares to players is based on Dean Oliver's Defensive Rating. Defensive Rating is an estimate of the player's points allowed per 100 defensive possessions (please see Oliver's book for further details). Here is a description of the process (once again using LeBron James in 2008-09 as an example):

    cont on link
    http://www.basketball-reference.com/about/ws.html

    Look at the Win Share numbers

    OWS + DWS = WS

    http://www.basketball-reference.com/...childjo01.html

    In my opinion WS/48 is the most accurate numerical reflection of a player's real on court contribution to their team winning.

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