Friday, June 21, 2013

2013 NBA Finals: Humble & Grateful



Miami HEAT were pushed to the brink by the Older Gods, but in the end the 3 Kings prevailed in Game 7.

I'm on 2 hours of sleep (mostly from dozing off at the laptop), so it's just a numbers dump for now.

This article uses the Estimated Wins Produced statistic created by sports economist David Berri. Average players increase a team's chance of winning 10% by producing 0.100 Estimated Wins per 48 minutes (Est.WP48) because an average NBA team produces a 0.500 winning percentage. See the HEAT Produced Page for more information.

LeBron James, Shaved Monkey Nuts, Tim Duncan and Dwyane Wade were the most productive HEAT players in Game 7. The spreadsheet below lists the wins produced estimated for all players from the Game 7 boxscore and play-by-play via nba.com and popcornmachine.net



LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade were the most productive HEAT players in the 2013 NBA Finals. The spreadsheet below lists the wins produced estimated for all HEAT players from boxscores for the NBA Finals via nba.com and popcornmachine.net.



Kawhi Leonard and Tim Duncan were the most productive Spurs players in the 2013 NBA Finals. The spreadsheet below lists the wins produced estimated for all Spurs players from the NBA Finals boxscores via nba.com and popcornmachine.net.




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