All posts tagged CPR

College Prospect Ratings (CPR) 2016

By Steve Shea, Ph.D. (@SteveShea33) April 6, 2016 College Prospect Ratings (CPR) is a formula that uses NCAA players’ on-the-court performance to quantify their NBA potential. Below, I will present the CPR ratings for 105 of the top prospects in the 2016 draft. Before I get to this year’s ratings, I go through some of […]

What if your team had CPR for the 2012 draft?

By Stephen Shea, Ph.D.   It’s June 28, 2012. NBA teams have gone through months of reviewing game film, conducting workouts, and holding interviews in preparation of this evening’s draft. Anthony Davis was the prize of the draft class, and it was no surprise when he went first overall to New Orleans. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist went […]

Final 2015 CPR

By Stephen Shea, Ph.D. (@SteveShea33) The very exciting 2014-15 college basketball season has ended.  I can now calculate and report the final College Prospect Ratings (CPR) for the 2015 NBA Draft’s top college prospects. The 2014-15 NBA regular season has also concluded.  It was a particularly dreadful season for certain franchises and their fans.  But […]

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 […]