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Course 7:   A Guide to Basketball Reports

Lesson 2:   Discover Insights with Data

  1. Stats report. You’ll see everything from traditional stats like shots and assists to calculated stats like lineup efficiency or plus-minus.

  2. Shot chart. Are your players converting their chances? Are they taking the best available shot? Who has the hot hand? Get the answers you need and self-diagnose your offense with shot charts linked to video.

  3. Box score. The basic summary of your stats from a single game. Simple, yet thorough.

  4. Scouting report. Preparing for your next opponent is easier than ever. Gain insights based on their four factors, VPN, shot charts and even see who their top performers are. Check it out here.

  5. Trends report. Working on a more consistent defensive rebound percentage this year? Track the progress of that stat (or any stat) over the course of the season to see how far your team has come. 

  6. Goals report. Set team-based goals, like a field-goal percentage greater than 48%, or an offensive rebound percentage 5% greater than your opponent’s, then track how well your players crush it throughout the season. 

    Pro tip: Consider using percentages over raw numbers. Traditional statistics don’t take pace of play into account, which can skew your results.
  1. Take it to the next level

  2. Watch our basketball stats online class. Eager to learn more? Check out how to define your team’s game with stats.

  3. Gain insights from multiple games. Run a report on multiple match-ups from the same season or several seasons. There are no restrictions.

  4. View stats by lineup. Really struggling to score in a certain lineup? Take a look at your reports to figure out why. 

  5. Filter by averages or totals. See how many three-pointers your point guard has made this season, or how many they’re averaging per game. 

  6. Watch our basketball stats online class. Eager to learn more? Check out how to define your team’s game with stats.