Wednesday, November 7, 2012

HEAT Produced: Updated Stats Thru 11/6/12


LeBron James, Rashard Lewis, Chris Bosh, Ray Allen and Mario Chalmers were the most productive HEAT players in the 1st week of the season.

This article uses the Estimated Wins Produced statistic created by sports economist David Berri. Average players produce 0.100 Estimated Wins per 48 minutes (Est.WP48) because a team of average players form a team with a 0.500 winning percentage. Star players produce +0.200 Est.WP48 and great players produce +0.300 Est.WP48. See the HEAT Produced Page for more information.

The HEAT Produced Page will be updated for the new season this weekend. Until then, the Wins Produced by HEAT players estimated from the box scores for games against the Knicks, Nuggets and Suns are listed below.

11/2/12: Knicks 104, HEAT 84




Most Productive HEAT Player: Rashard Lewis with an estimated 0.3 wins produced in 20.3 minutes for 0.664 est.WP48 from 16 points on 78% shooting efficiency (4-of-6 from three) with 6 rebounds and 1 assist.

Second Most Productive HEAT Player: LeBron with an est. 0.1 wins produced in 36.7 minutes for 0.152 est.WP48 from 23 points on 56% shooting efficiency with 7 rebounds, 5 assists, 5 turnovers, 3 blocks and 2 fouls.

Least Productive HEAT Player: Chalmers with an est. -0.2 wins produced in 19.6 minutes for -0.467 est.WP48 from just 3 points on 20% shooting, only 1 assist, 2 turnovers, 0 blocks, 0 steals and 6 fouls.

Most Productive Knicks Player:  Raymond Felton with an est. 0.3 wins produced in 32.9 minutes for 0.420 est.WP48 from 14 points on 54% shooting efficiency with 4 rebounds, 9 assists, 3 turnovers, 3 steals and 3 fouls.

Second Most Productive Knicks Player: Jason Kidd with an est. 0.2 wins produced in 23.3 minutes for 0.463 est.WP48 from 12 points on 90% shooting efficiency with 4 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 turnover, 2 steals and 1 foul.

Least Productive Knicks Player: Kurt Thomas with an est. -0.1 est. wins produced in 16.3 minutes for -0.233 est.WP48 from 0 points on 2 shots, 1 turnover and 2 fouls.

The spreadsheet below lists the Wins Produced stats estimated from the HEAT-Knicks box score.



11/3/12: HEAT 119, Nuggets 116



Most Productive HEAT Player: Chris Bosh produced an est. 0.4 wins in 39.4 minutes for 0.484 est.WP48 from 40 points on 70% shooting efficiency with 7 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 turnovers, 1 steal and 1 foul.

Second Most Productive HEAT Player: Ray Allen produced an est. 0.3 wins in 28.7 minutes for 0.511 est.WP48 from 23 points on 92% shooting efficiency with 5 rebounds, 1 assists, 1 turnover, 1 block, 2 steals and 2 fouls.

Least Productive HEAT Player: Joel Anthony produced an est. -0.1 wins in 7.3 minutes for -0.903 est.WP48 but the stats don't tell the whole story. He was the only HEAT player that matched the Nuggets' intensity on the glass.

Most Productive Nuggets Player: Kenneth Faried produced an est. 0.3 wins in 36.1 minutes for 0.436 est.WP48 from 22 points on 73% shooting efficiency with 12 rebounds.

Second Most Productive Nuggets Player: JaVale McGee produced an est. 0.2 wins in 22.7 minutes for 0.431 est.WP48 from 16 points on 67% shooting efficiency with 9 rebounds, 1 block and 4 fouls.

Least productive Nuggets Player: Danilo Gallinari produced an est. -0.3 wins in 36.6 minutes for -0.389 est.WP48 from 13 points on 21% shooting efficiency.

The spreadsheet below lists the Wins Produced stats estimated from the Nuggets-HEAT box score.



11/5/12: HEAT 124, Suns 99



Most Productive HEAT Player: LeBron with an est. 0.3 wins produced in 30.2 minutes for 0.466 est.WP48 from 23 points on 65% shooting efficiency with 11 rebounds, 1 assist and 3 turnovers.

Second Most Productive HEAT Player: Mario Chalmers with an est. 0.2 wins produced in 28.1 minutes for 0.426 est.WP48 from 9 points on 90% shooting efficiency with 4 rebounds, 11 assists, 1 turnover, 3 steals, 1 block and 2 fouls.

Least Productive HEAT Player: Norris Cole with an est. -0.1 wins produced in 19.9 minutes for -0.206 est.WP48 from 6 points, 1 turnover and 3 fouls.

Most Productive Suns Player: Marcin Gortat with an est. 0.2 wins produced in 27.4 minutes for 0.292 est.WP48 from 12 points on 60% shooting with 13 rebounds, 2 blocks and no fouls.

Second Most Productive Suns Player: Luke Zeller with an est. 0.1 wins produced in 5.3 minutes for 0.969 est.WP48 from 7 points on 3-for-3 shooting with 1 rebound.

Least Productive Suns Player: Jared Dudley with an est. -0.2 wins produced in 22.7 minutes for -0.527 est.WP48 from 8 points on 33% shooting with 2 assists, 2 turnovers, 1 steal and 3 fouls.

The spreadsheet below lists the Wins Produced stats estimated from the Suns-HEAT box score.



Original box score data taken from popcornmachine.net and play-by-play data taken from nba.com.

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