Untitled Document
Brown Columbia Cornell Dartmouth Harvard Penn Princeton Yale

Username Post: Midseason Efficiency Rankings
Posts: 5372

Loc: Montclair, NJ
Reg: 11-21-04
02-13-18 07:50 AM - Post#247645    
    In response to whitakk

I don't know if it's more predictive of the future - something to test, for sure - but it seems better descriptive of the past. What I mean by that is that the efficiency margins, as you know, are merely the final score divided by pace. But you can get to that final score in myriad different ways (some ways are good representations of teams playing hard and at their best and some, umm, not so much), and this does a better job describing how we got there in one number.

Here are the past Game Scripts by year back to 2015 (note that by 2015, there are games here and there that are missing, but nothing major):

Harvard: 42
Penn: 24
Princeton: 20
Yale: 10
Columbia: -5
Brown: -21
Dartmouth: -32
Cornell: -38

Princeton: 110
Harvard: 41
Penn: 14
Yale: 6
Columbia: -18
Cornell: -38
Brown: -48
Dartmouth: -67

Yale: 114
Princeton: 105
Columbia: 29
Dartmouth: -16
Harvard: -17
Penn: -51
Brown: -79
Cornell: -85

Harvard: 57
Yale: 49
Princeton: 36
Columbia: 15
Dartmouth: -25
Brown: -32
Cornell: -33
Penn: -67
NOTE: You are viewing an individual Post. View the Entire Topic

Copyright © 2004-2012 Basketball U. Terms of Use for our Site and Privacy Policy are applicable to you. All rights reserved.
Basketball U. and its subsidiaries are not affiliated in any way with any NCAA athletic conference or member institution.
FusionBB™ Version 2.1 | ©2003-2007 InteractivePHP, Inc.
Execution time: 0.272 seconds.   Total Queries: 13   Zlib Compression is on.
All times are (GMT -0500) Eastern. Current time is 03:58 AM