Stats

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2012-2013 Season  

Examining Michigan’s late-clock offensive efficiency

Trey Burke’s time in Ann Arbor is over and it won’t soon be forgotten. His impact as Michigan’s point guard was obvious. He dominated the ball, scored, created, and defended. Burke was the National Player […]

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2011-2012 Season  

Trending: A look at Michigan’s conference progression

KJ put together a collection of slick charts at The Only Colors by plotting conference-only efficiency numbers by game and applying polynomial trendlines (order of 2, meaning they can only bend once). It’s worth checking […]

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2011-2012 Season  

Introducing KenPom Similarity Scores

The offseason is a wonderful time when Ken Pomeroy tweaks his website to implement new features, making the best college basketball statistical resource even better. Today he implemented similarity scores for every Division I player. […]

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2011-2012 Season  

Value Add Formula: A Closer Look at the Big Ten

Sports Illustrated’s Luke Winn brought some mainstream attention to John Pudner’s Value Add formula last week. The formula measures the precise offensive value added by any specific player – or more specifically the drop off […]

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2010-2011 Season  

Number Crunching

Most teams are just four games into the Big Ten season but here are some random statistics that stand out for Michigan early on. Almost all of the team stats referenced in this post refer […]

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