|On 2009-10 Season Score Predictions|
Long awaited NBA 2009-2010 season tips off today, just wanted to share a few things for those NBAstuffer users who are asking for score predictions:
First of all, the prediction model needs some real season data, so it will be starting by December, 1, 2009. In an effort to keep the results consistent, I never feel like to start predictions earlier than December. As usual, only registered members are getting the chance to access daily NBA score predictions. Sign-up NBAstuffer for free, it takes 30 seconds!
Since I've been frequently asked for doing it, this year the prediction content may be offered with a premium plan, but nothing is clear about it. I'm working on technical details and let you know whether a premium plan will be revealed or not.
Until then, stick around here to learn more about basketball analytics or take look at 2009-2010 advanced stats for teams and players. Pay a visit to this season's locked-out referee stats page. Download NBA box score stats or schedules in excel and manipulate the data in your own way! Advanced stats tables for the 2009-2010 season will be up in a few days.
Let's have a good season together.
|Last Updated ( Wednesday, 02 December 2009 )|
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