Monday, June 13, 2011

Heat Produced: Quick Links & Stats for Game 6 of the NBA Finals


The Miami Heat lost Game 6 of the NBA Finals 105-95 to the Dallas Mavericks. No title in the Three Kings' first season together.

Links to the Wins Produced stats for the last game of the season after the jump.


This article will use Win Score and Estimated Wins Produced, statistical models created by Professor David Berri from the Wages of Wins Journal, to measure how much a player's box score statistics contributed to their team's efficiency differential and wins. An average player produces an estimated 0.100 wins per 48 minutes (Est.WP48), a star player produces +0.200 Est.WP48 and a superstar produces +0.300 Est.WP48. More information on these stats can be found at the following links:



Here are links to the wins produced stats:
  • This spreadsheet contains the wins produced stats estimated from the box score for Game 6. Chris Bosh was the most productive player in the game (0.392 est.WP48) and Jason Terry was the most productive Mavs player (0.294 est.WP48).
  • This spreadsheet contains Wins Produced stats for the Heat in the NBA Finals. Wade was the most productive player in the Finals with an estimated 1.4 wins produced.
  • This spreadsheet contains Wins Produced stats for the Mavs in the NBA Finals. Tyson Chandler was the most productive player for the Mavs with an estimated 1.3 wins produced.
  • The Heat Produced Page has been updated with stats for the playoffs. The Finals pushed Dwyane Wade to the top of the Heat Produced list for the playoffs with an estimated 4 wins produced in 21 games (0.234 est.WP48).

Unless referenced otherwise, original game data used for this post was taken from popcornmachine.net and nba.com.

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