Hickory High work on the percentage of NCAA Players who have had their stats transfer over from their college career to NBA career.
1. Ast/40 _ 0.877
People that pass a lot, Pass in the NBA.
2. Blk/40 _ 0.875
People that block a lot, Block a lot.
3. OReb/40 _ 0.859
4. FGA _ 0.838
Shooters shoot a lot.
5. DReb/40 _ 0.836
6. 3PTA/FGA _ 0.827
Snipers don’t drive in for jumpers? Versatility is pretty important to wings. This would mean that 28% of Small Forwards get to become superstars.
7. Stl/40 _ 0.750
I would love for this number to be in relation to fouls collected (PF)
8. FT% _ 0.714
You would think this would be less. Free throws are strictly mechanics. It would mean that 30% of all NBAers don’t practice free throws enough or in the right way.
9. PF/40 _ 0.656
10. 3PT% _ 0.622
This is a lovely stat. Really discounts the 3pt% category in my book. Which I do anyways.
11. FTA/40 _ 0.544
12. TO/Pos _ 0.530
I would love this stat to be expanded to specific positions. TO/Guard; TO/Forward
13. Pts/40 _ 0.370
Which means that FG% is so variant that it’s meaningless to put here. Might
14. TO/Pos _ 0.530
Lol. Ian Levy made a typo.
15. USG% _ 0.276
16. Min/G _ 0.118
This is a misleading stat. Does it mean that 90% NCAA players get MORE or LESS minutes than what they are used to?
I find the FG% and 2pt% being missing quite amusing. Shooting ability is really wild.