Total Player Possessions

Total player possessions is the total number of how many times a player ends his team’s possession. It represents a player’s total possessions in the game.

Player’s Total Possessions Formula=(Player’s Scoring Possessions)+(Player’s Non-Scoring Possessions)
=(Player Field Goal Attempts)-(Player Missed Shots)*(Team Offensive Rebounding Percentage)+0.37*(Player Assists)-0.37*(Field Goals Made)*Q/R+(Player Turnovers)+0.4*(Player Free Throw Attempts)

Q=5*(Player Minutes)*(Team Assist Total)/(Team Total Minutes)-(Player Assists)
R=5*(Player Minutes)*(Team Field Goals Made)/(Team Minutes)-(Player Assists)