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Welcome to Logo is designed for all NBA fans who are looking for unique quantitative analyses and in-depth statistics. With battling conventional NBA wisdom, the research articles, charts and graphical indicators will help you get a better understanding about the NBA basketball facts. Readers also can find research articles and helpful blog posts that aren't based only on statistics, but give a more intelligent viewpoint on professional basketball.

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Statistics are like bikinis. What they reveal is suggestive, but what they conceal is vital.

Like Aaron Levenstein said, stats always look good before the game time. What they reveal is suggestive, but what they conceal is vital. If you don't watch basketball games, it's really tough to figure out what really happened on the court. By looking at the box scores, you try to comment individual and team performances. A box score is not enough itself to get a understanding of the game. In the meantime, I think that efficiency statistics are being missed big time by most of the popular NBA resources. Possession based stats have to be accepted as a fundamental tool which helps us get closed to understand the "whole story" most. My major goal with developing is to help basketball lovers find differentiated stuff about all sorts of modern basketball's quantitative analysis.
As I consider myself "a basketball engineer", every detail of basketball interests me and I like to go deep and research everything that I can do with my data. I'm open to any ideas, comments or criticism. Please feel free to contact with any questions or feedbacks you may have.
If you have specific NBA related statistical or research needs, just drop a line to discuss what we can do together.

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Serhat Ugur

Last Updated ( Thursday, 12 March 2015 )
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