Shooting Table % of FGA by Distance FG% by Distance % of FG Ast'd Dunks Corner 3s Heaves; Rk Player Pos Age Tm G MP FG% Dist. 2P 0-3 3-10 10-16 16-3P 3P 2P 0-3 3-10
At a 45 degree angle, it becomes an ellipse with a width of 18 inches and a height (so to speak) of 9 inches. For reference, a basketball has a diameter of 9.5 inches. This means that from a 45 ...
SHOOTING STATS: Shot charts and shooting statistics by distance have also been extended back to 1996-97 (previously these statistics went back to 2000-01 on the site). Before we point out where this data is, let us give a heavy disclaimer: SHOT LOCATION DATA FOR THE 1990s (PARTICULARLY 1996-97) IS SUSPECT.
Player Shot Finder Run customized searches through every NBA Field Goal Attempt in the digitized play-by-play era (since 1996-97). Ex: Who has the most go-ahead shots in the final 24 seconds of the 4th quarter or overtime in a season since 1996-97?
Non-Measured- a certain percentage (around 8%) of shots did not get measured. Close Shots- the smorgasboard of close-in action, including dunks, layups, tips, etc. 6 to 11 feet- what we are referring to as Short Two's. 12 to 17 feet- perhaps the true mid-range shot distance. 18 to the three point line- aka Long Two's.
Play-by-play data available for the 1996-97 through 2020-21 seasons. Play-by-play stats are unofficial. Minor differences with official season totals may exist. In a single season, in 2020-21, in the regular season, for team's game No. 99 or less of the season, shot type dunk, sorted by descending Field Goals. Ex.
Once we had our new dataframe, all the shots were organized into 144 unique bins by SHOT_DIST and SHOT_CLOCK. Shot distances were segmented into 6 distance ranges of <5 ft, 5–10 ft, 10–15 ft, 15–20 ft, 20–25 ft, and 25–30 ft. Clock times were segmented into 24 bins of 1 second each, from 0–24 sec.
Per 100 Poss Stats Table; Rk Team G MP FG FGA FG% 3P 3PA 3P% 2P 2PA 2P% FT FTA FT% ORB DRB TRB AST STL BLK TOV PF PTS; 1: Los Angeles Lakers*: 72: 17455: 39.9: 86.7.460: 11.4: 32.3.352
As it turns out, NBA players make only 40 percent of their shots between 8 and 9 feet from the rim, and that number drops to only 35 percent between 25 and 26 feet from the rim. When it comes to ...