Contents

- 1 Who has the most win shares in NBA history?
- 2 What is win shares per 48 minutes?
- 3 What is the WS stat in basketball?
- 4 How is NBA calculated?
- 5 Who is the goat of the NBA?
- 6 Who is the best NBA player statistically?
- 7 What does G mean in basketball?
- 8 How are Win Shares calculated?
- 9 How is vorp calculated?
- 10 What’s a per in basketball?
- 11 What is DRB in basketball?
- 12 What’s a good PER in NBA?
- 13 Who leads the NBA in plus minus?
- 14 What is NBA usage rate?

NBA/ABA

Rank | Player | WS |
---|---|---|

1. | Kareem Abdul-Jabbar* |
273.41 |

2. | Wilt Chamberlain* | 247.26 |

3. | LeBron James |
242.11 |

4. | Karl Malone* |
234.63 |

This is an advanced statistic used to determine how much a player contributes to a given **win**. The statistic takes into account the various things a basketball player does to **win** or lose a game, and weighs them appropriately to provide a **Win** Share.

## What is the WS stat in basketball?

A metric that estimates the number of wins a player produces for his team. This can be calculated on its own, or by finding a player’s Offensive **Win Shares** and **Defensive Win Shares**, and adding those together.

## How is NBA calculated?

It is derived by a simple formula: (PTS + REB + AST + STL + BLK − Missed FG − Missed FT – TO) / GP. The formula was created by Kansas City sports reporter and statistician Martin Manley.

## Who is the goat of the NBA?

Many consider either LeBron James or **Michael Jordan** the greatest player in NBA history—the GOAT, as the title is widely abbreviated in sports circles.

## Who is the best NBA player statistically?

**LeBron James**: 7,491.**Michael Jordan**: 5,987.**Kareem Abdul-Jabbar**: 5,762.

## What does G mean in basketball?

Shooting Guard. Any shooting guard, guard, or guard/forward. **G**. Guard. Any point guard, shooting guard, guard, or guard/forward.

Offensive **Win Shares** are credited using the following formula: (marginal offense) / (marginal points per **win**). Robertson gets credit for 516.06 / 36.176 = 14.27 Offensive **Win Shares**.

## How is vorp calculated?

Therefore, to **calculate VORP** one must multiply the league’s average runs per out by the player’s total outs; this provides the number of runs an average player would have produced given that certain number of outs to work with.

## What’s a per in basketball?

The player efficiency rating (**PER**) is a rating of a player’s **per**-minute productivity. Bear in mind that **PER** is not the final, once-and-for-all evaluation of a player’s accomplishments during the season.

## What is DRB in basketball?

**DRB** – Defensive Rebounds (available since the 1973-74 season in the NBA)

## What’s a good PER in NBA?

A league-average **PER** is always 15.00, which permits comparisons of player performance across seasons. **PER** takes into account accomplishments, such as field goals, free throws, 3-pointers, assists, rebounds, blocks and steals, and negative results, such as missed shots, turnovers and personal fouls.

## Who leads the NBA in plus minus?

2020-21 Real Plus-Minus

RK | NAME | DRPM |
---|---|---|

1 | LeBron James, SF |
2.86 |

2 | Stephen Curry, PG | -1.78 |

3 | Joel Embiid, C | 2.65 |

4 | Paul George, SG | 3.77 |

## What is NBA usage rate?

**Usage rate** calculates what percentage of team plays a player was involved in while he was on the floor, provided that the play ends in one of the three true results: field-goal attempt, free-throw attempt or turnover.