Last updated through games completed on
March 26, 2017
In the table below, raw efficiency numbers are adjusted to account for opponent strength and game location (road/home) in an effort to single out the rest days impact more precisely.
The formula for Adjusted Efficiency Differential (AED) = Expected Efficiency Differential*- Actual Efficiency Differential "Expected Efficiency Differential" first estimates the pace of game and then the expected OEFF & DEFF according to game venue and opponent strength.
Let's say, Warriors have won some games by a higher margin than expected. For that reason, they might have negative (-) average of "adjusted efficiency differential" (AED) values under different types of restdays.
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Take X, as the day with a game played and take O, as the off day. NO REST: 4IN5-B2B : 4th game in 5 days w/ playing on the last 2 consecutive nights. X+X+O+[X+X] 3IN4-B2B : 3rd game in 4 days w/ playing on the last 2 consecutive nights. X+O+[X+X] B2B : 2nd game in 2 days w/ playing on the last 2 consecutive nights. [X+X] AT LEAST 1 DAY REST: 3IN4 : 3rd game in 4 days and 1 day rest (yesterday). X+X+O+X 1 :1 day rest (yesterday) and a playing a game. O+X 2 : 2 days rest and a playing a game. O+O+X 3+: 3 or more days rest and playing a game: O+O+O+X
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Good teams show up in the upper right quadrant and poor teams in the lower left quadrant.
Teams with good defense and poor offense are in the upper left quadrant.
Teams with good offense and poor defense are in the lower right quadrant.