All posts for the month March, 2015

Updated (and in some cases final) CPR

By Stephen Shea, Ph.D. (@SteveShea33) March 24, 2015 College Prospect Rating (CPR) is a formula for approximating the pro potential of college prospects based on their college box score production.  For more information, see these previous posts. Below are the CPR scores of 40 top college prospects (updated after the March 22 games). Thoughts In […]

Anthony Davis the Facilitator

By Stephen Shea, Ph.D. (@SteveShea33) March 14, 2014 On February 16, I asked, “How do the Pelicans generate so many open shots with so little ball movement?”  I had noticed that the Pelicans had the slowest ball movement but the second highest percentage of open looks in the NBA.  Chart 1 contains the updated scatter […]

Updated College Prospect Ratings (CPR)

By Stephen Shea, Ph.D. (@SteveShea33) March 13, 2015 College Prospect Rating (CPR) assigns to every college player a rating of his pro potential based on his college box score production.  You can read more about CPR in previous posts. I last updated CPR on February 20.  Below are the updated CPR scores of the top […]

Gerald Henderson off the ball is Mr. Invisible

By Stephen Shea, Ph.D. (@SteveShea33) March 3, 2015 Gerald Henderson has a super power.  No, he’s not more powerful than a locomotive or able to leap tall buildings in a single bound.  His super power is far less impressive.  You could say it’s as useful as a cereal bowl that spontaneously turns into a jellyfish, […]