Player Evaluation Metrics
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Author: Roland Beech
Net plus-minus, a.k.a. unadjusted plus-minus, is invented by Roland Beech and measure the plus-minus statistics for a given player when the player is in the game relative to the plus-minus statistics when the player is NOT in the game. Net plus-minus combines offensive and defensive plus-minus.
For example, if a team scores 115 points (per 100 possessions) while a given player is on the court and 98 points (per 100 possessions) while he is off the court, his net offensive plus-minus is +17 (115-98=17).
Comments: Itís better to have a positive net offensive plus-minus and a negative net defensive plus-minus.
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